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Don't be a square...question: how many squares are there on a chess board?

and don't suggest 64. You would be off by a factor more than x 3.

Let us show you how to improve your advertising budget in a similar fashion...by any fashion that helps.


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We will never forget: The man in the red bandana

The Man in the Red Bandana
ESPN - September 11, 20218

Welles Crowther was a former lacrosse player whose trademark was a red bandana.

On Sept. 11, 2001, he led people to safety. This is his story. Click the web site following.


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What are things about high school no one tells you? (something similar may apply to your first job)

by Lauren Davies
Lauren Davies, drinker of coffee, inker of drawings, dreamer of dreams.
Answered Oct 1

These are not - I repeat - not the best years of your life. If they are, then what comes after might not be too pleasant. Please do not peak early.

In the words of B. Spears, ‘you’re not a girl/boy, yet not a woman/man.’ Meaning: your brain is still developing, your hormones are raging - you might be certifiably, legally nuts for just a little bit. I’m not letting crappy, violent behavior off the hook during this time. You’re still responsible for yourself. I’m just saying, the ‘you’ you experience during this time is you…in a massive, swirling sea change of emotion, roided up on puberty and time-released angst. The ‘you’ on one side won’t quite match up with the ‘you’ on the other, and that’s most likely the most normal and best of things.

It’s totally ok to hate it. It’s also ok to love it. Just don’t make the mistake to thinking it defines you.

Grades mean, um….nothing. Absolutely nothing. Go for them if you like. Good ones are preferred if you care about what college you get into. But it’s more about passion you have for what you learn.

You’ll naturally gravitate to certain areas, and those will be the easier, more natural and fluid A’s on your chart. Your mastery of a skill is much more interesting than grad grubbing across the board.

What do you want to learn? Ask that question instead of worrying about grades.

Some teachers are awful human beings who never really grew up and stumbled into what they thought would be an easy career. You should try to respect them as employees trying to fulfill a function. But if you encounter a bully boss teacher, just see it as helpful practice for thugs littering corporate America.

Don’t miss out on doing what you truly love, whether it’s going out for sports, dance, art, music, writing, theater, etc.

High school is a time to experiment, and where you get to choose what you focus on.

Push back against your parents if it feels healthy to do so. Because it is healthy.

You can love them, but maybe right now they feel a little gross to you, eh? Hey, this is called individuation kids. You’re biologically meant to want to cast off your parents during this period, as a means to learn how to socialize with those your same age.

This is prepping you for your future, where you’ll outlive protections of mom and dad. Since you’ll likely outlive them, you need to learn how to work with the tribe and run with the wolves, etc.

If you happen to have a malignant friendship (I had one, it sucked), don’t be afraid to terminate it.

High school can very easily be a Lord of the Flies experience, and sometimes Machiavellian schemes play out within our closer friendships. You’ll learn valuable lessons to cut off frenemies, and seek out those true friendships that bring true value to your life. You’ll see what’s authentic.


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