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New Employee ID Badge

All employee id badges are ugly. It is just the way it is. When my picture was taken, I was filled with allergies and felt like crap. This is a characterization of my badge picture. The sad thing is this

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After Sandy Hook

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The Outsiders – Explaining Ponyboy

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Taxonomy

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Zombies

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Fourteen Days to Go: Republicans

I am not a fan of Republicans. I said yesterday, Democrats view individuals as the collective. Republicans dehumanize on the same scale by saying individuals are customers. These are the Republicans I can tolerate. The George Will Republicans. These are

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Assembly: Change Change Change

A long time ago I learned the truthyism: nothing is constant except change itself. This is not a bad way to understand the world, but for some reason some people just don’t get it. We have a situation in Assembly

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Circles of Intimacy

Today at Central Utah Enterprises (CUE), I discussed the Circles of Intimacy with the staff and how it is being used with middle-school kids with the same or stronger disabilities than the clients/trainees in laundry and assembly. I love the

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Mountain Ridge Junior High School: Life Skills

I didn’t know when I scheduled, but this class is also special-ed. I can’t tell you about the kids, but I can tell you about the situation and lesson. I scheduled the class on Saturday night. I would be subbing

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Mountainview High School: Sociology & Outcasts

Mountainview High School is an odd place. It feels like a prison. The kids are nice though and the teachers are very supportive. The first thing I heard as a walked in the door was: “It doesn’t matter as long

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