Indiana 2011

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Wadhk » April 8th, 2011, 9:42 am

Wadhk wrote:
whadk wrote:Yea, the state Fossils test was a bit TOO easy...... :?


Little bit? Are you freaking kidding me?? you're the person who went like "omg the test was too easy... THIS IS THE WORST DAY OF MY LIFE!!" :lol:

???...... wait what?
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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby whadk » April 8th, 2011, 8:11 pm

Wadhk wrote:
Wadhk wrote:
whadk wrote:Yea, the state Fossils test was a bit TOO easy...... :?


Little bit? Are you freaking kidding me?? you're the person who went like "omg the test was too easy... THIS IS THE WORST DAY OF MY LIFE!!" :lol:

???...... wait what?


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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Azukeri » June 11th, 2011, 10:14 pm

Wadhk wrote:@ Azukeri, do you know the answer to the Fossils question where there is an Astraeospongia (I'm pretty sure) and you were asked to write down its common name?

EDIT: I can't seem to find the common name anywhere.
EDIT 2: (not related to the post but...) Great job Northridge and Bloomington South (and everyone else at state last weekend)! Good luck at nationals!



@you Um... I believe i put Sponge for common name. Didn't really overthink it. But because of posts under yours it might have matter.

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