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Oct 29, 2012

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It makes me worry, because if the living conditions for the east and west coast continue to become less and less inhabital, people are going to get pushed towards the middle of the country. I live in Wisconsin, and it's going to get crazy if everyone has to take up residence here....

Hoo... hooray for weather, I guess...

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Continuing the hurricane metaphor, two weeks from now we'll get a downpour in Europe as the dregs of Sandy make their way over here.

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hows that internet and computer working without any electric?

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I've begun to see the effects of the "drowning of the old ways". I sat at the table and said, "I need a pen and paper... Wait! I've got a typewriter here in front of me." And my daughter nearly patted my head while saying, "Mom, that's not a typewriter, that's a laptop..."

I keep seeing kids having trouble learning vocabulary in school, because its based in a culture they don't understand and have never experienced. Then again, I'm thrust into a culture of new terms and tools every year or so, and I'm struggling with that. What an interesting world!

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