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First day of class for the Spring Semester.
I have 60 students in my class - far too many!
11/Jan/17 12:00 AM
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Always nice to start or end your day with a prayer
11/Jan/17 12:03 AM
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Wanting to get up and move around- get my day going but other family members are still sleeping! Best laid plans !
11/Jan/17 12:05 AM
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And then they wake and out the door they go ! Some have it easy - so no more excuses- have a class this morning and also tonight- wind is blowing but should be warmer- at least in running to and from the car
11/Jan/17 12:23 AM
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No tough again - Gath must be away...
11/Jan/17 12:44 AM
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Happy Tuesday!
11/Jan/17 12:53 AM
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Good morning, all - nice photo; needed to learn more about 'prayer flags' -
A prayer flag is a colorful rectangular cloth, often found strung along mountain ridges and peaks high in the Himalayas. They are used to bless the surrounding countryside and for other purposes.
11/Jan/17 1:12 AM
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all!
I had not heard of prayer flags. Thanks for the info, Joyce!
Hubby is off to California to help his brother move to a new house. I am on my own for the next week. I got up this morning and set out his pills and orange juice before I More...
11/Jan/17 1:55 AM
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Sixty students sounds like a lot to me, though I do not know what age group you teach. Sixty at primary (elementary school) would be atrocious, but at university (college) level might be manageable, if that was your only class.
11/Jan/17 1:58 AM
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On to.....POOZLE TIME!

A spoonerism is a pair of words that can have their initial sounds switched to form new words. The pairs need only sound the same, not necessarily be spelled the same (power saw & sour paw, horse cart & coarse heart). There may sometimes be one or two connecting words More...
11/Jan/17 1:59 AM
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Wolf - what are you teaching? I have about 80 students, but in 5 middle school classes. That is nice compared to the 160+ I had the last couple of years before I 'retired' from teaching high school.
11/Jan/17 2:06 AM
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When my kids were in school, 25-30 kids in a class was considered unmanageable. I can't fathom 60.
11/Jan/17 2:08 AM
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Kathy, any more with budget cuts and such, classes of 25 - 30 (or more) is pretty normal for Texas in grades above elementary school. There are class limits of 22 at that level.
11/Jan/17 3:04 AM
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Testing, testing ... may I post yet?
11/Jan/17 3:58 AM
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Finally! Good Maen, good people. I was locked out for a while. I don't think I said anything bad, but something I meant to post triggered an off.
11/Jan/17 4:00 AM
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But things still aren't right ... there is still nothing on the right hand side of my screen where the links to other puzzle difficulties should be, and birthdays, etc.
11/Jan/17 4:01 AM
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everyone!!!
11/Jan/17 4:05 AM
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11/Jan/17 4:15 AM
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Just for you Plum.

Have you recently installed an ad blocker. I use Firefox and I have one installed and my screen looks as you have described yours.
11/Jan/17 4:17 AM
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all.
11/Jan/17 4:17 AM
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Good Maen, HalT, uno hu, shosho, plum and any others that might be lurking!
I drove from one school to the other, now waiting for the next wave of kids.
11/Jan/17 4:45 AM
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Yes, uno hu, I installed an ad blocker on Firefox last week. Ah, ha. I usually do the puzzles on my touchscreen tablet, so today is the first time I've tried to access this site on my laptop with the firefox and ad blocker. Mystery solved! Thanks.
11/Jan/17 4:56 AM
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Eek. Sorry, Keith.
er .... *ahem* 22. I meant to do that.
11/Jan/17 4:58 AM
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You are most Plum. Anytime.
11/Jan/17 5:32 AM
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1.52
11/Jan/17 6:07 AM
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~~~ WARNING ~~~

To those who use those 'fancy schmancy' coin counting machines in the various stores. You know the ones. They take a percentage of your money for the privilege of not having to count it yourself...

Be vewy, vewy, careful when you enter an account number for the More...
11/Jan/17 7:13 AM
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1:21. Good morning everyone.
11/Jan/17 8:12 AM
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At one stage when I had study leave which allowed me half time off to study I was given the task of teaching two year seven grades science and two year eight grades for mathematics, about 120 students. And they were the B and C groups rather than the A groups. And then they asked me to fill in for teachers who were absent. I refused.
11/Jan/17 10:27 AM
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Loved the punchline DorA.
11/Jan/17 1:52 PM
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Hi All, Here are the results of Monday's puzzle.

- RING O
-.- INTO TO
-.-.- DRUNKARD SOT
-.-.-.- DECAYS ROTS
-.-.-.-.- KINDS SORTS
-.-.-.-.-.- THROWER (OR STUPID PERSON IN UK SLANG) TOSSER
-.-.-.-.-.-.- MUSIC PLAYERS More...
11/Jan/17 2:06 PM
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Night all.
11/Jan/17 2:47 PM
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Wombat - that is the age kids I am teaching math to right now, but I am teaching the kids that are ahead one or two years in math.
They are STILL immature, impertinent 12 and 13-year olds!
11/Jan/17 3:09 PM
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I will be gone for a few days again. Have a lot of things going on at the moment.
11/Jan/17 3:13 PM
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Hi Jamie, long time no see. Still enjoying your retirement I see.
11/Jan/17 3:15 PM
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At least Texas isn't a mess like OK is when it comes to education.
11/Jan/17 3:16 PM
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The Key

A woman in her forties went to a plastic surgeon for a face-lift.

The surgeon told her about a new procedure called 'The KEY,' where a small key is placed on the back of a woman's head and can be turned to tighten up her skin to produce the More...
11/Jan/17 3:34 PM
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Oh, Peter.... I'm giggling, but the visual is frightening!
11/Jan/17 3:45 PM
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Sue - I wouldn't bet on that - we have MAJOR problems with our education system. Funding, testing - probably much of the same problems that you have.
11/Jan/17 3:53 PM
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Good maeN. Just after midnight now. I stayed up to finish a sewing project. Now that I have it figured out, I need to make another dozen, which should go easier and faster.
11/Jan/17 4:31 PM
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I need to go to ebay to find a grommet press for applying large grommets. Saying grommet always makes me think of cheese.
11/Jan/17 4:32 PM
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