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Finals Finally Finished

Thank God. Literally. He carried me through this insatiably difficult and stressful time. My 25 page senior paper is finished and turned in. I am done. Time for Thursday quarter wings! God bless, and feel free to share your finals stories, if you have any.

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Finals week

Well… its that time of year again. Finals week. The most annoying and stressful week that comes but twice a year. Unfortunately, this means my blogging time has, and will continue, to take a hit until this horrible experience ends. Sorry… but don’t worry, I’ll be back to full capacity (and beyond) shortly (and be looking for a BIG surprise announcement soon).

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Soros and Ayres behind the destruction of the University of California’s standards?

It looks like the main backers of the proposal to obliterate the University of California’s standards, The National Center for Fair and Open Testing, have close ties with some of the most radical men in America, George Soros and William Ayres. Yes, that’s right, Soros and Ayres both actively fund the organization which is, according to my UC grad contact for this story, mainly responsible for trying to kill UC’s standards and by extension its respectability. But nobody should be too shocked here as only people who believe absurd things could possibly be behind the absurd changes that have been

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