10 Ways To Recycle Old Books :: Student Hacks

British Student Writes Expletive on Exam, Gets Credit For Spelling :: FoxNews

Something Sticky This Way Comes :: Oh My Stinkin’ Heck

Most Children Strongly Opposed To Children’s Healthcare :: The Onion.  This site always makes me laugh, but this one takes the cake.  How on earth do these guys keep a straight face?

TotLol :: Videos for toddlers and preschoolers.  And I have to say, it’s strangely addictive.  We’ve been enjoying this one.

George Washington’s Boyhood Home Found :: MSNBC

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  1. Melanie says:

    GREAT links today. The Onion? I am hooked now. I love the ticker and the headlines at the bottom. They didn’t miss any details.

  2. ET @ Titus2:3-5 says:

    Loving Totlol, and I think my kids will love it too. BUT – any idea why I can’t get any sound? (My speakers are definitely working, as youtube gives me sound.) Weird, huh?

  3. Mozi Esme's Mommy says:

    Thanks for the link to TotLol – we’ve been loving it! Even ran into some signing videos, which is perfect since I’m still attempting to teach baby some signs.

  4. Simone says:

    The link about the British student was interesting. Kind of made me smile when I remembered one of my friends in high school actually passed a big calculus test when instead of doing the math, she wrote a four page essay on why she did not want to and should not be expected to write the test. The teacher respected that and she still got about 60%!! Wish I’d thought about that. Calculus was not my strong point, lol.

  5. Bethany Zabrosky says:

    I read the story about the British student earlier this week and it reminded me of a Chemistry test I “took” once. I had employed the grand method of scoring a brilliant lab partner who would do most of the work. Then, before we handed in our labs, I would take them home and recopy them using markers and colored pens and drawing pictures. Our teacher would bump the grade up sometimes a whole grade if you did a spectacular job. But, of course, I didn’t learn anything.
    Test day comes, I turn my paper over and illustrate the classic Pioneer Girl/camp song “Little Bunny in the Woods” comic book style.
    I got a solid D.

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