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edwardspoonhands:

And this was my response to her email:

I would love to help more, but at this point I’m so stretched for time that all I can say is…

  1. Teach the way you learn…find the most interesting parts and contextualize the facts and concepts you’re teaching.
  2. Practice your public speaking voice and…

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MY HOT WATER HEATER HAS BEEN FIXED. This is the only way to properly express my feelings.

karenkavett:

I want to put this on my living room ceiling and then have John Green come over and discuss the metaphorical implications of literally living beneath the weight of multiple worlds, which while all representing the same familiar thing, are drastically different in their implementation and historical significance.


+1 to every single thing Karen said.

karenkavett:

I want to put this on my living room ceiling and then have John Green come over and discuss the metaphorical implications of literally living beneath the weight of multiple worlds, which while all representing the same familiar thing, are drastically different in their implementation and historical significance.

+1 to every single thing Karen said.

booksandquills:

tickets by miya ison on Flickr.


Let’s go.

booksandquills:

tickets by miya ison on Flickr.

Let’s go.

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karenkavett:

This is lovely.

karenkavett:

This is lovely.

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staceyjoy:


Tina: Amy and I are so psyched that you’re here. We’re big White Sox fans from way back, because you know, we used to live in Chicago.Scott: Oh really? What part?Amy: Ah, Wrigleyville.Tina: Evanston.Amy: Yeah. So, you know, we’re hardcore Sox fans.Scott: Really? People from the North Side are usually Cubs fans. And yuppies.Tina: What??Amy: What?? No. Yuppies? What? We’re old school, die-hard Chicagoans. We used to hang out at all the gritty places.Tina: Ann Sather’s Bakery.Amy: Yeah, The American Girl Store.Tina: Walgreens.Scott: Have you guys ever even been to the South Side?Amy: Hells yeah! We’re South Side all the way, yo! I would always, you know, just hop on the Red Line to Cominsky Field.Scott: Uh, Amy, that’s Comiskey Park, which is now U.S. Cellular Field.Amy: I know that!Tina: I buy all my meats on the South Side! (sings) Moo and Oink-Tina & Amy: (singing) Moo, moo, moo and Oink! Amy: I bought my car at Celozzi/Ettleson Chevrolet! Tina & Amy: Celozzi/Ettleson Chevrolet, where you always save more money!Tina: I flew out of Midway once!Amy: Listen, I had a bunch of friends that lived in the Robert Taylor homes.Scott: Oh really? What were their names?Amy: Uh, JJ, and uhh, Thelma…Scott: Listen, if you guys are Cubs fans, just admit it.Tina: We’re Cubs fans.Amy: Yeah, we’re Cubs fans.Tina: She’s a Red Sox fan.Amy: Shut up, Tina!Scott: Guys, it’s cool. This World Series win was for all the cursed teams. It belongs to all the people in the Chicagoland area.Amy: Even Skokie?Scott: Even Skokie.Tina: Even Wilmette?Scott: Even Wilmette.Amy: Even Schaumburg?Scott: No, not Schaumburg.


Definitely not Schaumburg.

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Bahaha. No. Definitely not Schaumburg.

phampants:

staceyjoy:

Tina: Amy and I are so psyched that you’re here. We’re big White Sox fans from way back, because you know, we used to live in Chicago.
Scott: Oh really? What part?
Amy: Ah, Wrigleyville.
Tina: Evanston.
Amy: Yeah. So, you know, we’re hardcore Sox fans.
Scott: Really? People from the North Side are usually Cubs fans. And yuppies.
Tina: What??
Amy: What?? No. Yuppies? What? We’re old school, die-hard Chicagoans. We used to hang out at all the gritty places.
Tina: Ann Sather’s Bakery.
Amy: Yeah, The American Girl Store.
Tina: Walgreens.
Scott: Have you guys ever even been to the South Side?
Amy: Hells yeah! We’re South Side all the way, yo! I would always, you know, just hop on the Red Line to Cominsky Field.
Scott: Uh, Amy, that’s Comiskey Park, which is now U.S. Cellular Field.
Amy: I know that!
Tina: I buy all my meats on the South Side! (sings) Moo and Oink-
Tina & Amy: (singing) Moo, moo, moo and Oink!
Amy: I bought my car at Celozzi/Ettleson Chevrolet!
Tina & Amy: Celozzi/Ettleson Chevrolet, where you always save more money!
Tina: I flew out of Midway once!
Amy: Listen, I had a bunch of friends that lived in the Robert Taylor homes.
Scott: Oh really? What were their names?
Amy: Uh, JJ, and uhh, Thelma…
Scott: Listen, if you guys are Cubs fans, just admit it.
Tina: We’re Cubs fans.
Amy: Yeah, we’re Cubs fans.
Tina: She’s a Red Sox fan.
Amy: Shut up, Tina!
Scott: Guys, it’s cool. This World Series win was for all the cursed teams. It belongs to all the people in the Chicagoland area.
Amy: Even Skokie?
Scott: Even Skokie.
Tina: Even Wilmette?
Scott: Even Wilmette.
Amy: Even Schaumburg?
Scott: No, not Schaumburg.

Definitely not Schaumburg.

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Bahaha. No. Definitely not Schaumburg.

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rosesofsunshine3:

LOL

waltzingmatildablog: That would be pretty amazing.

rosesofsunshine3:

LOL

waltzingmatildablog: That would be pretty amazing.

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“When I look up at the night sky, and I know that, yes, we are part of this Universe, we are in this Universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts is that the Universe is in us. When I reflect on that fact, I look up—many people feel small, because they’re small and the Universe is big, but I feel big, because my atoms came from those stars.” - Neil DeGrasse Tyson [x]

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