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posted by Christopher Barzak at 2/03/2006 10:48:00 PM
You made it too hard! Plus, when trying to cheat, the baseball team you say you like in one entry on your blog is the Red Sox. No fair. :)
I think, Ms. Bond, the post you are referring to was in the context of a conversation with a student about who I wanted to win a World Series, hence it not being the true answer to that question. ;-)But it's all definitely trivia. I'm still waiting for someone to get a hundred percent!
Thank you for giving me more test anxiety than I have had in many years -- I even managed to get one wrong that I actually knew the answer to, which further proves the inadequacy of standardized tests.Now if only there were a test for your soul. That one I would feel more confident with. [bwahahahahahahahaha!]X
And Meisner's in the lead, but what's up with this God character? Apparently my maker knows less about me than anyone.
I, The Beaver, have been following your rise.I've heard God isn't much interested in anyone after birth, but after death he will fight for you like AL Gore fought for you.Jerry Loves You, Man.
Hey Eric! Long time no see! hehe, You still have the same sense of humor that you had when I met you back in Reese's German literature class, or did we take Sneiderman's creative writing class together first? I can't remember now, just that you and Heather were in both of them with me. I *still* remember your story Deus Ex Machina, and Heather's about the girl who has the waking dream. Isn't that weird?
God I only scored a 40 and I gave birth to you. Love ya, Mom
You have compromised my fake identity. I will no longer be The Beaver. Yes, we did have both classes together; it seems so long ago now.Sniderman is retired now and publishes word and cross-word puzzles. He was a cool cat. I just got your new story in Realms of Fantasy, and once I get caught up on my poetry and essay send-outs, I will devote my full attention to enjoying it.
30. Man, I suck.Powerpack? Powerpack?Thank God you didn't ask about your cup size, like Heather...
Yep, Powerpack. They were the coolest! I think what I really liked reading about was a group of siblings that all worked together and fought and were close all at the same time. I didn't really have that experience because my brothers were older than me, especially the oldest one, ten years older, so I was sort of fascinated more by the siblings and their rivalries but also their great love for one another.I'm glad I didn't ask about my cup size too. ;-)
Cup size is what happens when I say I'm making a 10 question quiz then run out of good questions halfway through :-) Sorry!
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