Sad state of education funding

One high school calculus teacher in California has resorted to selling advertising on his exams due to lack of money to print/copy them. Given the state of the economy and the budget crisis in California, funding for public schools is going to get even worse. While this obviously is not something we want to see on a regular basis, this is a very creative way  of having enough money to avoid shortening the exams to reduce the printing costs.

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Computer for weaklings

If you’re a woman or a child who struggles to lift 1 kg objects, we have just the computer for you – the ASUS Eee PC900 (see section titled “New Perspectives with 8.9 inch Display”.)

And Hillary Clinton supporter’s think that Barack Obama’s supporters are sexist…

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Great deal at Arby’s!

I’m going to get there as fast as possible so I can save $0.01 with their coupon!

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Idiotic advertising

On page 9 of the May 12 issue of U.S. News & World Report, Duracell has an advertisement comparing their rechargeable battery and Energizer’s lithium battery. Of course, Duracell says that you can recharge them hundreds of times, while with the Energizer, you have to keep throwing them out. Um, Energizer does make rechargable batteries…

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