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Monthly Archives: October 2015

IEP for the Future Part II

October 7, 2015, 11:15 am

Hi sports fans, as you may recall, we HAD had an IEP scheduled for Dar for September, but the district shoved it to October because…I guess their flux capacitor wasn’t fluxing. Tomorrow is Dar’s IEP for the Future Part II. As sequels go, let’s hope it’s a little better than Robert Zemeckis’s film from 1989. Our main concern is speech and language, and Dar’s specialist in that area, Jennifer, is scheduled to present her annual goals for Dar tomorrow. We
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Let’s Talk Back to the Future, Part I: The Links

October 4, 2015, 6:34 pm

Welcome to the (un)official links page for all things Back to the Future as of October 12, 2015 — 100 links/videos in all, numbered like (this). All our love to (1) Futurepedia, the (un)official wiki of Back to the Future — and a great place to start if you want names, dates, and basic background information — but nowhere does it provide a list of resources that’s even close to this one. Hashtags: #BTTF2015 #BTTF #BackToTheFuture #BackToTheFuture2 #BackToTheFutureDay #BTTFDay #FutureDay #outatime #backtothepresent #martymcfly
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100 Responses to “If We Outlaw Guns, Soon Only Outlaws Will Have Guns”

October 2, 2015, 10:21 am

A century ago, after the unthinkable slaughter of hundreds of thousands on their home soil, European artists like Duchamp and Picasso and Eliot responded with what came to be called absurdism. In a world where life was clearly not bound by the established rules, artists proclaimed that the only way to remain sane was, in some sense, to recognize life’s insanity. In our current century, Americans have witnessed the unthinkable slaughter of hundreds of thousands on our home soil –
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