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  1. #58621
    Join Date
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  2. #58622
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    The dance scene from Sixteen Candles.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=danc...id:qOcvWfMivqQ
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    Well, my earworms are set for the day - Spandau Ballet and the theme to Fraggle Rock.
    Iíll add to your playlist with my favorite Sixteen Candles scene:

    https://youtu.be/rS7s3Wq2ggk

  3. #58623
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    Quote Originally Posted by missfinch View Post
    Iíll add to your playlist with my favorite Sixteen Candles scene:

    https://youtu.be/rS7s3Wq2ggk
    The Joan Cusack scenes still crack me up.

  4. #58624
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    The Joan Cusack scenes still crack me up.
    So many good scenes but A LOT about that movie didnít age well. I still love Anthony Michael Hall in it and the original Vacation though.

  5. #58625
    Quote Originally Posted by missfinch View Post
    So many good scenes but A LOT about that movie didnít age well. I still love Anthony Michael Hall in it and the original Vacation though.
    Lots of John Hughes films are a little, uh, problematic through the lens of our modern times.

  6. #58626
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    Lots of John Hughes films are a little, uh, problematic through the lens of our modern times.
    Yep. The Breakfast Club is pretty cringey.

  7. #58627
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    What did cave people have going through their heads all day without music?
    They are too busy buying car insurance. Which apparently was a more difficult task back in the day.

  8. #58628
    Quote Originally Posted by missfinch View Post
    Yep. The Breakfast Club is pretty cringey.
    I still enjoy the movies. I just have to take them from the perspective of when they were released. Sort of like watching a movie with bad special effects. Only with horrible social faux pas.

  9. #58629
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    They are too busy buying car insurance. Which apparently was a more difficult task back in the day.
    Canít spork but well played.

  10. #58630
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    Feb 2007
    Location
    Atlanta, GA
    February Monday mornings in 7th grade are generally not for the faint of heart, but a certain group of young scholars came in today and really brought their best selves...met me with thoughtfulness, focus, and motivation. Crazy how positive an effect that can have on one's mindset for the whole week.

    Doesn't hurt that I've got a batch of delicious pozole going in the Crock Pot at home.

  11. #58631
    Whew, off work until Friday!

  12. #58632
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    February Monday mornings in 7th grade are generally not for the faint of heart, but a certain group of young scholars came in today and really brought their best selves...met me with thoughtfulness, focus, and motivation. Crazy how positive an effect that can have on one's mindset for the whole week.

    Doesn't hurt that I've got a batch of delicious pozole going in the Crock Pot at home.
    Oh, Captain, My Captain! That's a really nice post. Glad there are teachers (and students) out there putting in the work and having good moments. I know it's tough.

  13. #58633
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Oh, Captain, My Captain! That's a really nice post. Glad there are teachers (and students) out there putting in the work and having good moments. I know it's tough.
    Update:
    This pozole is life.

  14. #58634
    Glad the pozole.is great! I am NOT going to read the post-game thread.

  15. #58635
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    I am NOT going to read the post-game thread.
    Got to watch on my phone while flying to AZ. Noted one comment by Frischilla, something to the effect of "This is what you get with an experienced team playing a freshman heavy team."

    This conveniently ignored the fact that this freshmen heavy team:

    1) beat this team earlier in the season
    2) beat a junior and senior laden UNC squad two nights before

  16. #58636
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    You look shorter in real life than you claim to be here.

  17. #58637
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    Update:
    This pozole is life.
    Share your recipe?

  18. #58638
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Share your recipe?
    Sure. It'll take me a bit to type things up, and as usual, "recipe" is more a series of loose guidelines for my cooking. But I'm happy to share.

  19. #58639
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Got to watch on my phone while flying to AZ. Noted one comment by Frischilla, something to the effect of "This is what you get with an experienced team playing a freshman heavy team."

    This conveniently ignored the fact that this freshmen heavy team:

    1) beat this team earlier in the season
    2) beat a junior and senior laden UNC squad two nights before
    Yes. But to me this was a freshman/human nature/away game. I like this team, just like I do every team. They were sky high for the UNC game and couldn't match that again at Miami. A more mature team can handle that better.

    I said the 4 games from Wake through UVA I wanted to go 2-2 (honestly I would have taken 1-3). Not going to revise just because we won the first 2. My hope for this team is to make the ACC semis and Sweet 16. I would like that.

  20. #58640
    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    Sure. It'll take me a bit to type things up, and as usual, "recipe" is more a series of loose guidelines for my cooking. But I'm happy to share.
    Yes please. I don't measure anything, so a rough outline sounds great. Side note: I am trying to write down my recipes for my kids to have at their request. Surprisingly hard when you never measure.

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