The Summer Job

The young son of a friend of mine recently announced that since he wasn’t going to summer school this year, he thought it would be fun to get a job and earn some money.

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Weather: Graphics

This month’s unit will be a very important one as we discuss the fundamentals of: GRAPHICS.

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Just Checking In

Hotels, motels and inns have long been a popular backdrop for films.

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The Weather Story - Unit 3

Wow! It’s hard to believe it’s that time of the year again as schools all across the country are heading back to school.

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Roomies

Housing costs are often the biggest item to take a bite out of one’s budget. Whether you’re moving out on your own for the first time or you’re working two jobs to keep a roof over your head and put food on the table, the practicality of having roommates to share monthly expenses may take precedence over the desire to live alone in your own space.

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Spring Cleaning

In the centuries prior to central heating, ecologically efficient insulation, and a plethora of nifty cleaning supplies and disinfectants, winter was the time when people who lived in cold climates hunkered down by vigorously stoking fires, reading by oil lanterns or candelight, and allowing dirt, dust and ashes to collect because, frankly, no one had the energy for serious cleaning.

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Water, Water Everywhere

There’s a good reason Planet Earth has been nicknamed The Big Blue Marble.

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Start Your Engines

From the time the first Model T became available to the masses in 1908, our love of cars and the open road has never faded. 

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