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Oh, it's your birthday, AILEEN, and the glow is from your candles! I thought for a minute that there was a huge forest fire up there north of me! Have a good one. XO
18/Oct/07 5:37 AM
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18/Oct/07 6:15 AM
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Time for me to sign off. Hopefully home in a bit over an hour. Have a good day, everyone!
18/Oct/07 6:16 AM
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If you are still there Judy...hello!
18/Oct/07 6:21 AM
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from me to Aileen, also enjoy your vacation. Sandra have fun in Indianna with your reunion. What type is it? family, school, college or something else?
18/Oct/07 6:40 AM
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1:45 - finally have time to play with the puzzles!
18/Oct/07 7:31 AM
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I'm not sure your comparison (1967/2007) applies here in UK.

1967: Boys in class heavily absorbed in mental arithmatic test, working constructively against the clock and accepting this is a great game.
Absolutely no problem at all and everyone is achieving.

2007: More...
18/Oct/07 7:37 AM
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Aileen, a very to you. Have a great vacation.

Lori fr So Ca, good to see you.

18/Oct/07 8:14 AM
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Jane and Rayray - you two certainly know how to make an aging public school teacher feel good after coming home from a day of:
1. spending the morning supervising sophomores taking the PSAT for which they have absolutely no motivation OR reward to take the test and then
2. spending the More...
18/Oct/07 8:32 AM
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1.59 nice photo
wishing you a very happy birthday
Liam (first sudoku baby guess)
wishing you a special 2nd birthday
18/Oct/07 8:51 AM
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Actually, JAMIE, I find you, Jane, and RayRay a little on the depressing side! :) Sure, there are rotten or unmotivated kids ... always have been ... but I prefer to focus on the delightful throngs of healthy, productive young people that also populate our Earth!
18/Oct/07 8:54 AM
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Jamie - Sadly, the parents seem to be the missing element in this equation. So many of them lack the backbone to discipline their kids and the desire to motivate them
18/Oct/07 8:55 AM
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JUDY - that will be much easier for me to feel when I get some sleep!! Those kids ARE the only thing that keeps me going - and I do have a bunch of them this year.
18/Oct/07 8:56 AM
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By "those" kids I meant the good ones.
18/Oct/07 8:57 AM
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Off to dinner, then to church to work with the 7th & 8th graders, then back to school for a review session for tomorrow's test.
18/Oct/07 8:57 AM
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Judy - It is depressing. This is NOT the way things were when we were growing up. Certainly, there are plenty of intelligent, well-adjusted kids today, but just look at the problems in our schools - and it is NOT the teachers' fault.
18/Oct/07 8:59 AM
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Political correctness gone mad.
18/Oct/07 9:17 AM
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2:05 everyone.
I think I play too much sudoku. On Tuesday I was filling in a postal electoral paper for local council and mayoral elections and was reading profiles on the candidates and filling in the squares. When I got to the last square I More...
18/Oct/07 9:18 AM
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Anne, that sounds fair.
18/Oct/07 9:54 AM
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the short answer is
long answer is
18/Oct/07 11:18 AM
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And Yes! you do play too much Sudoku
18/Oct/07 11:21 AM
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I see the site has been
18/Oct/07 11:22 AM
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There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku. There is no such thing as too much sudoku.
18/Oct/07 11:33 AM
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yes Jane
18/Oct/07 11:54 AM
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repeat after me
I am not addicted. I am not addicted.
18/Oct/07 12:01 PM
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Sorry Rosemary - but your comment out loud sounds more like: I am not a dickhead!
18/Oct/07 12:20 PM
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Oooh, aaammm, Anne! lol.
Thank heavens, I only work with the little guys, third graders. The age where they're still in love with school, I'm the surrogate mother, and their parents are young things willing to listen to the teacher and to work with their kids! Even though their enthusiasm wears me out at the end of the day! I'm glad I'm a teacher!
18/Oct/07 12:27 PM
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to you,
to you,
dear Aileen,
to you!
May your day be wonderful with a and lots of !
18/Oct/07 12:28 PM
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Rosemary, Jane, is that why there is a Sudoku Anonymous? I think I must be in one. Here goes, "Hello, I am an addicted sudokuist. I must do my sudokus, I'm so embarrassed, I do a couple of sites, the LA Times, a day."
18/Oct/07 12:31 PM
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I shamelessly go for cp's.
18/Oct/07 12:32 PM
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See? Someone stop me!
18/Oct/07 12:33 PM
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Oh for shame, I enjoy doing this!
18/Oct/07 12:33 PM
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Rosemary, help!!!
18/Oct/07 12:34 PM
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18/Oct/07 12:49 PM
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Nice flag **==
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." ~ Thomas Jefferson, 1776
18/Oct/07 12:49 PM
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2:15 Good Afternoon Everyone.

There are some interesting articles coming out here in Oz about how there isn't enough time for primary school teachers to spend on core subjects (maths, english, science) cause they are spending time on health, hygene, manners and physical fitness. For my two More...
18/Oct/07 12:55 PM
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Anne, I'm surprised that your word got through when many of my completely innocent words that merely contained sequential 'suspect' letters have failed the censorship test.
18/Oct/07 12:56 PM
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New . Oh...the player for the Diamondbacks, the last out? He was very vocal about how easy it would be to beat the Rockies in this series. The boys of Rocktober play on!
18/Oct/07 1:02 PM
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Oh Anne

18/Oct/07 1:08 PM
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I have a question.

Do you - especially those with children over 5 but under 10 - allow your children privacy with their mail? Are they allowed to collect it and read it and only show it if they want to? (snail mail I'm talking about)
18/Oct/07 1:10 PM
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