That I'm absolutely useless at heavy lifting! :D
I have been doing work cited pages incorrectly since middle school.
My official Black 2 team.
Some days it's a good day to die. Other times it's just a good day to have breakfast.
Tha Shuckle is capable of doing 48,121,381 damage in one hit.
cheaper to buy cards on ebay then amazon or Walmart.
No matter what age, pokemon will be there.
That the computer I'm using has a reset button.
TIL that cardboard tubes make great swords.
jk i knew that already. TIL that the Super Single train exists and is a lot harder than the regular one. Why would I do this to myself?
Champion Game / Something's Got To Give
'A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. To live is to be slowly born.' - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
'Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more; men were deceivers ever.' - William Shakespeare
'Beauty is everywhere a welcome guest.' - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
'Hesitation is the seed of defeat.' - Akali
I finally learned how to cross out text
Just some work stuff. paperwork stuff.
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Last interesting thing I learned is that liking or not liking cilantro can be genetic; apparently, a lot of people in the second group dislike it because they have a genetic condition that makes it taste soapy for them. Weird!
"We love our loving / But not like we love our freedom" - Joni Mitchell, "Help Me"
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I learned about how frame tales work in certain stories.
That only a minority of the House of Lords is a hereditary peer. I felt much better about their powers after that.
My professor's lecture videos doesn't cause me to fall asleep, unlike his in-class lectures.
That despite the name, suspended chords aren't necessarily the result of suspensions (based on approach and resolution); rather, the term has come to indicate a certain chord structure that I wanted to know the name of (root-perfect fourth-perfect fifth). :O
A special mention, however, goes to the Neapolitan chord. I was looking through my music tips and ran across a part where I noted that in minor chords, the 2 is sometimes flatted so it's a major chord instead of the normal diminished. That sounded familiar, and I realized that I had earlier been looking up info on minor chords on Wikipedia when I ran across a chord labeled with an "(N)" instead of a Roman numeral, which I had then followed to the article on the Neapolitan chord. Now I know what that crazy II in SchoolHouse Rock's "Figure Eight" is.
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