Sorry for the typo in the last entry. It should have read "best," THEN WORST, then weirdest.
And yes, I know the question was slightly juvinile, but I was in the middle of watching Love Actually.
Speaking of the movie, is there anyone who could map out all the couples, and how they are related to one another? I thought I had pretty much figured out everyone's relationship to each other, but in the last scene in the airport, I realized how much I must have missed.
P.S. I already checked IMDb, and it was no help...
Thanks again for any answers!
I like thinking about things I want to do. =)
Now, the prinicipl of our school is not very fond of the programme, and as of yesterday, our grade 11 teacher has been replaced with the regular drama teacher because as the administration says "they would like to put some change into the programme". Now, the students are furious. This women is one of the most incredible souls you can ever meet. She is loving and kind and sweet and brilliant and just an outstanding human being, an now, we are at risk of losing her.
Students everywhere are extremly furious and have begun to write letters to the staff and whatnot; however, I think there is something else we can do. Does anyone have an good ideas, or past experiances with a similar tragedy? What can we do? How? Please, anything you could tell us would be greatly appreciated.
Also - can anyone direct me to some good sites in regards to the following topics?
*Anti-Vietnam War protests in America and Australia
*The Kent State University shootings
Thanks a bunch :)
What I need to know now is what card I should get. I've tried googling it, but I can't really find a comparison list for cards for people just starting out. Does anyone have any opinions on / personal experience with the subject? Any ideas on the subject at all?
Thanks for any & all help!
What concerts are you planning on going to this year?
Or are you one of those people who've never been to a concert before?
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I've been getting that a lot lately, and I'm never sure what to say.
It could be "you're welcome," since they're basically saying thank you, but I could also take it as a compliment and thank them.
Suppose you have two numbers: x and y
x < y
Now, suppose x and y are two random numbers. Will x eventually be half of y if you had a certain amount to each side? And will it only happen once? Does this apply to any two numbers?
x = 10
y = 25
You add 5 to both sides. so now that x = 15 and y = 30 and now x = 1/2y
And if you add a certain amount of number to each side again, will x ever be half of y again?
Is there a proof for this?
(Asked on another website)