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  • Exxon's Oil Discovery Doesn't Add Up
    What Exxon fails to tell you, is that in the grand scheme of things, 700 million isn't that big of a number.
  • Newest Fad: 'Wanting To Be A Navy SEAL'
    People everywhere want to do what is cool and popular, so Navy Seal Camp was the obvious reaction to the death of Bin Laden. Funny, you'd think joining the military would have been, but people aren't really that dedicated.
  • The Coliseum
    I entered the main floor of the Coliseum. There, looking around, I saw holes in the ground. The same holes that thousands of years ago, men my age came up through to fight other men my age until they were either dead, or had killed.
  • Blowing into Nintendo Games Made Them Work!
    Today, most people consider a "video game console" to be something plugged into the internet where you can play realistic 3D games like World of Warcraft with people in different countries.
  • June, July and August
    June, July and August. This is usually the answer to the question, "what are your three favorite things about teaching?" Yahoo! recently gave an assignment to its contributors who are teachers, asking us to tell what we'd be doing over the summer.
  • Cinco De Mayo, a Haiku
    A haiku in english is traditionally a three line poem consisting of syllable patterns: 5,7,5. Add your own in the comments.
  • I Wish Cutting Legislator Pay Would Help, but it Won't
    The salaries of Congress members amount to 0.0024% of the total spending for the year. This means that if the members of Congress were to forego getting paid it would take over 41,573 years for their "sacrifice" to cover this year's spending.
  • People Who Should Stop Being Paid: Snooki
    Why is Snooki being paid more than a Nobel Laureate to speak at Rutgers University? You're guess is as good as mine.
  • Retiring the Dream: Shuttle Endeavor
    When faced with similar issues as Challenger approaching the final launch of Endeavor, will NASA remember the past lessons.
  • First Person: I'm a Teacher, and the Recession is Not My Fault
    In times when individuals and states are struggling particularly hard with financial difficulties, everyone looks for a scapegoat. States are picking on their own public employees and are, in effect, shooting themselves in the foot.
  • Lake County's Top Learning Opportunities This Summer
    Lake County offers a myriad of opportunities for kids, teens and adults. Courses that enrich are everywhere, and courses that prepare for the future are rare, but have been found here.
  • Who Wants to Be a Contestant? My Experience at a Taping of 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?'
    Ever wondered what the process is for becoming a contestant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? I'll tell you the steps and what the experience is like.

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