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Postby Pleiades » January 29th, 2009, 8:11 pm

at least 4 feet total. not all at one time though.

Do you feel bad for pluto?

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Postby danger will robinson » January 29th, 2009, 8:29 pm

YES I DO!!! I WAS SO UNHAPPY THAT PLUTO WAS DEMOTED. :( It must feel so unwanted.

Is SO cool at your school, or is it like "only the complete losers are lame enough to do it" in the eyes of the populars?
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Postby sadistic_cottoncandy » January 30th, 2009, 1:44 pm

ummm....neither. our school's super small, so all of the middle school students just kind of do everything. we have the jocks and everyone on our academic teams, and our nerds are on the athletic teams too, and then we have the people that are in between (not jock or nerd really) so.....all of the cool people do SO.

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Postby danger will robinson » January 30th, 2009, 4:42 pm

Ummm...no. :? Not even when I was five. I've done a bunch of pretending I was a superhero though. I just used blanket capes and sharpied a huge "S" on my white shirt. (My mom got really mad...I was 7)

Have you ever got so upset that the next season of your favorite TV show wasn't at the video rental place that your friends were worried that you were becoming emo or something? (I did... it took the library 3 weeks to order it, and those were NOT happy days :cry: )
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Re: Ask a question to the person below you.

Postby sweetcoop » January 30th, 2009, 6:10 pm

no
don't you wish that you can pick the smart hard working kids at you school to be on your Sci Oly team instead of freshmen and a sophmore that could care less about the class
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Postby danger will robinson » January 30th, 2009, 7:15 pm

It's a class? At your school it's after school.

Have you ever tried to teach yourself Klingon?
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And no, I'm not a guy...even though my sig says will robsinson. It's a reference to Lost in Space, an ancient sci fi TV show. And the robot is the character who always says the line.

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Postby sweetcoop » January 31st, 2009, 7:18 am

It's a class? At your school it's after school.

Have you ever tried to teach yourself Klingon?
no we have Sci Oly as a class me and my friend just wish we could hand pick those in the class

no

do you think i can hit a home run during baseball this year
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Re: Ask a question to the person below you.

Postby Pleiades » January 31st, 2009, 6:13 pm

of course!!

have you ever brought a coin or dice to finals and started flipping away during the test and had your entire class stare at you?

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Postby danger will robinson » January 31st, 2009, 9:32 pm

Um, noooo. :?

What kind of weird test answers have you given when you have NO idea what to put? (ex- Chuck Norris on anything you don't know)
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And no, I'm not a guy...even though my sig says will robsinson. It's a reference to Lost in Space, an ancient sci fi TV show. And the robot is the character who always says the line.

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Re: Ask a question to the person below you.

Postby sadistic_cottoncandy » February 1st, 2009, 8:42 am

random STD's usually.....or else we just make up funny acronyms

do you play any sports? at all?
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