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We made a short, pretty drive up the Potomac from Washington to visit our friend P.J. and his kids. (Sadly, we missed wife Elizabeth due to her business trip to Austin.) Though we only spent one night, I really enjoyed the time visiting - ok, geeking out - with P.J., as well as all the time with the adorable children.
... I collect essays from all of them at the same time. So let's do some math:
26 students X 5 classes = 130 total essays
130 essays X 10 minutes per essay = 1300 total minutes
1300 minutes / 60 = 21.6 hours of grading
Using the minimum numbers, this proves that it will take almost one entire day of grading to finish those essays. But that doesn't take into account homework, classwork, senior recommendations, ...
... Barneys so these kids can't be doing it that rough. Its hot hot hot today so we do a quick walk then duck into the American Grill for lunch. We are educated by Jem and Dan about football over our pulled pork sandwiches and chicken salad. No wonder the stadiums are packed, these guys only get 10 games to watch their team play before the playoffs.
After lunch we do a bit more walking and notice a section of the street blocked off. There are secret service vans every where ...
... class so we were ready to get going. I found out that my estimate on how much my suitcase weighed of 22 pounds was off... it was 29 pounds! But I was close. Our driver for the bus that took us to Dulles has drove the choir in the past on tours. His name is Mike. He is a pretty cool guy. Mike and I always have a good time chatting about sports and life or how I keep Dr. Ryder in check. So it was nice catching up ...
... such a thing. Sadly, it continues. Places we've never visited or sometimes even heard of are suddenly common vocabulary. Sandy Hook. Aurora. Virginia Tech. Columbine. And now, the Naval Yard. Every time it happens people debate and insist that we must find a way to stop such a thing from ever happening again.
I've heard lots of possibilities. One theory cited the dangers of bullying, or alienating members of society until they reach a ...