There are 90 natural elements, ranging from the lightest, hydrogen, to the...– Google/DK e.encyclopedia science
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I am Still on Day 204: TODAY, BE ENTIRELY SERIOUS
Done with work early, for once. Everything’s been edited (but I really don’t feel like starting on my tomato essay). Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
I am on Day 204: TODAY, BE ENTIRELY SERIOUS
Benrik: “Irony is a curse in disguise, corrupting and reducing everything to the same superficial level and abolishing depth in both values and relationships. Today, avoid the temptations of glibness and frivolity, and take life seriously for a change.” Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
The other night I saw a commercial: “LIFE TASTES BETTER WITH KFC” But it would be more accurate if it were: “LIFE TASTES BETTER WITH MSG” Have a happy weekend. Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
Some solids, such as steel or concrete, are difficult to break, even if they are...– Google/DK e.encyclopedia science (I love this series) C:
Just finished extra credit. Hopefully this makes up for my C+ … I managed to finish pretty early today. At first I thought my essay was going to get a complete makeover, but I read it again, and didn’t know what else to do with it… Kiwi…kiwi…kiwi… Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
Sandwiches are yum :)– kristinee
Her Vast Collection of Encyclopedias
Particles All matter is made of incredibly tiny particles called atoms. Atoms are far too small to see with our eyes, but scientists have figured out how small they are. There are many kinds of atoms. Sand grains are made of two kinds of atoms: oxygen and silicon. People are made of about 28 different kinds of atoms. Material properties depend on the kinds of atoms the material is made from. ...
I have issues. Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
A Panicked Discussion About Our Essays
Sophia: How far did you get?
Me: I'm still working on my bogus counter.
Sophia: How can it be bogus?
Me: Because it's hypothetical. -__-
Fie on Thee!
Math is completed, but the essay is still untouched. Why do I do this to myself (?) Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
Rain dance!– Jennifish
I belch with the best of them.– Eliza
My thumbs are too big.– Eliza
Having Fun with Speech Recognition
Not the line OT bit more are you working yes you are working chapter 15 sector one proposal of life’s diversity each present scientists with a puzzle here and share the earth. With Millen of the kind of organisms every Manual shapes as have that. Evolution theory voyage of the beetle got the OS. Darwin’s theory of evolution if you look closely at the top what appears to believe the...
I Got Up at 12 Today
Kiwi. Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
Back + doing catch-up work. >:C I shall describe in detail our suffering..later. Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
burp burp burp– polarjelly
I Took an Inner-Self Quiz...
And I got a prize (U R Here Shirt) for answering the questions right! I am so in touch with my inner self.
Copying Out Excerpts
I love how reading a random passage from a book gives you no idea what is going on. It’s somewhat funny.
The Air Filter Finally Serves a Purpose...As a Fan
Finally finished, now I need to pack. Hand still cramping… IT’S SO HOTTTTTT I’M MELTING Posted via email from Centrifuge | Comment »
On to Dinner...By Myself
Hand cramp. Finished with part one. It’s so humid, and my lamp is toasting me… Posted via email from polarjelly’s posterous | Comment »
Ughhhhh Ugh Ugh
I have a v. v. v. big problem. I should be working! Should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be working should be...
They turned into the Rio di Santa Ternita. The buildings seemed to close in on...– Christi Phillips
I pulled Teo across the room, dragged another chair up to our table, and made...– Marisa de los Santos (random passage from Sophia’s book)
Sarah Donnellen’s son Ricky had been in my class at Blessed Sacrament...– Mary Kay Andrews (random page of Sophia’s books that I flipped to)
Had To Ask For Her Finger
Crashing @ Sophia’s because nobody else wants to take in a hobo.
Pi Day is Coming Up C:
If it weren’t for all the tests to study for I would devote all my time to those precious digits… C:
Augh augh augh >:C
Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag Lag...
iTunes makes my computer lag really really really bad.
I got to deliver stuff for Sahara! Yeshhhhhhhhhh… Shoji screen? I’m gonna go try it out. On a side note… I love magic rocks. Yumyum!
The test wasn’t that great…
(stenciled) rubber ducky you’re the one who makes bath time so much fun– Jennifish
There’s so many pretty themes, how am I supposed to choose?
It's a bad thing
yayeileen: i usually think of the things i should do and then don’t do it. _ _”
Stupid graphing.– Sophia
Life’s not fun if you share it all.
Working on Science Fair...
Anonymous: The hypothesis and predictions are separate.
Me: They're the same.
Once again I’ve wasted another friday– Jennifish