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Re: Texas 2015

Post by MyMomIsOkra » April 27th, 2015, 8:49 pm

henceagrin36 wrote: Science Olympiad Goal #4: "To promote partnerships among community."
pls no more this is texas forum not jkang fan club
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by henceagrin36 » April 27th, 2015, 8:51 pm

MyMomIsOkra wrote:
henceagrin36 wrote: Science Olympiad Goal #4: "To promote partnerships among community."
pls no more this is texas forum not jkang fan club
Never said that someone was jkang!!!
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by iwonder » April 27th, 2015, 8:55 pm

Hey, this is y'all's friendly reminder to chill out and find a topic that doesn't incite such strong emotions.

Now about the lack of exploding missions...
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by MyMomIsOkra » April 27th, 2015, 9:02 pm

iwonder wrote:Hey, this is y'all's friendly reminder to chill out and find a topic that doesn't incite such strong emotions.

Now about the lack of exploding missions...
Yes pls let's talk about the important things. Evidently no one's missions blew up which is a real shame
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by MyMomIsOkra » April 27th, 2015, 9:08 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, I am please to announce the the Texas forum has the most posts out of any of the state forums. Keep up the good work, and remember, quantity over quality
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by henceagrin36 » April 27th, 2015, 9:11 pm

MyMomIsOkra wrote:Ladies and gentlemen, I am please to announce the the Texas forum has the most posts out of any of the state forums. Keep up the good work, and remember, quantity over quality
But also remember, quality and quantity for friendships!
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by lchs » April 27th, 2015, 9:15 pm

MyMomIsOkra wrote:
iwonder wrote:Hey, this is y'all's friendly reminder to chill out and find a topic that doesn't incite such strong emotions.

Now about the lack of exploding missions...
Yes pls let's talk about the important things. Evidently no one's missions blew up which is a real shame
Well....ours had a match light up and considering all the balsa wood in close proximity, there was a chance that the device could have caught fire. :roll: Then again, the match is supposed to light up so I don't think that counts.....

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Re: Texas 2015

Post by MyMomIsOkra » April 27th, 2015, 10:03 pm

lchs wrote:
MyMomIsOkra wrote:
iwonder wrote:Hey, this is y'all's friendly reminder to chill out and find a topic that doesn't incite such strong emotions.

Now about the lack of exploding missions...
Yes pls let's talk about the important things. Evidently no one's missions blew up which is a real shame
Well....ours had a match light up and considering all the balsa wood in close proximity, there was a chance that the device could have caught fire. :roll: Then again, the match is supposed to light up so I don't think that counts.....
You get an A for effort!
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by BuildistFromTheNorth » April 28th, 2015, 8:17 am

henceagrin36 wrote:
MyMomIsOkra wrote:Ladies and gentlemen, I am please to announce the the Texas forum has the most posts out of any of the state forums. Keep up the good work, and remember, quantity over quality
But also remember, quality and quantity for friendships!
As a Californian sits in the corner and reads this for its entertainment value
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Re: Texas 2015

Post by bernard » April 28th, 2015, 8:27 am

henceagrin36 wrote:
MyMomIsOkra wrote:Ladies and gentlemen, I am please to announce the the Texas forum has the most posts out of any of the state forums. Keep up the good work, and remember, quantity over quality
But also remember, quality and quantity for friendships!
And then Washington only has posts by me...
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