Лежит на травеУмер он от пулиВо время войныОперация в КиевеЗа нацистами онРади Росии пришел Но остался онНа земле как упалНе нужен был мертвыйРодине он.Долг закончилПатрон он словилЖивая мишеньА что мать у негоИли детиВ Башкирии или УфеЭто не важноКак слезы текут Главное честьвождя защищатьНельзя ведь представитьИли голос сказатьЧто нищая стала странаГде жизнь не нужнаРождают материМишени для … Continue reading Русский солдат
The other day we were driving home and a thought popped into my head. That thought began a threat of thoughts that ended with a surprising realization: time movies have a very very big flaw. When one thinks of time travel, they think of Back to the Future where you enter a date and time … Continue reading What Time Travel Movies Got Wrong Could Kill You.
I didn't actually become a sub in a school district. The process requires sending paper packet to the district where it takes months and months of approval to get an emergency credential. It is much easier but also far less lucrative, to sign up with a company that contracts substitutes. Why schools allow someone who … Continue reading Substitute Teacher Part II – Lessons from Subbing
If there is one person who most students hate, it is substitute teachers. When a child arrives and sees the scared eyes of a sub, they feel a sense of power that is unlike anything else. I personally never thought I'd ever be one. But Covid created a substitute shortage and I had time so … Continue reading Substitute Teaching – Part I The Experience
Войска вошлиТреть Русской АрмииНо на Русском СМИ,Нет войны Год о нацистах все говорилиГеноцид в Донбассе, всем говорилиПол года армия подготовлялаНо в Русских СМИК войне не собирались. Войска пошлина юг, Север и ЛугандонМесяц сидят и только больше растутНо в Русских СМИВойна это бредЗапад волнуются попростуНечего подобного нет 24го ракеты пошли"денацификация" шайкив Каждом городе бомби взорвалисьПутин сказал, … Continue reading Нет Войны
I turned 40. It's a strange age to turn because I never expected to become forty. It was something that happens to old people and I really didn't think it would happen. But it has and I reflected on the past 40 years. So many jobs, so many friends, so many experiences. I've hit many … Continue reading Turning 40
No one comes with a manual for children, but somehow I think women are more prepared, even though they are totally unprepared. Men however have an easier job but that job is completely self-taught. There are no lactation specialists. You get virtually zero help from friends or fathers, you are expected to figure everything out, … Continue reading First Year
Pagans: Controls Weather. Ancient Jews: Creates a flood and kills all people. Later Jews: Turns a stick into a snack and lowers the tide. Christians: Turns water to wine. Muslims: Provides Virgins. Evangelicals: Will kill everyone except Evangelicals. Mormons: Told a guy some stories and buried books under a tree. Scientologists: Magic alien stuff in … Continue reading Religion Miracles Over Time
Growing up, we worry about getting pregnant or getting someone pregnant, but once you're married and ready for it, for many people in the middle class, it becomes not so easy. A thirty-year-old woman has been on birth control for over ten years. The body is accustomed to thinking it is always pregnant. It takes … Continue reading Pregnant
I am a collector. I collected everything from gum wrappers to stamps, coins and tshirts, friends and memories. They are all "useful" to me, but one thing that I find useful that I think is useful to others are quotes. What I love about quotes is how there are never enough. Life is so tough … Continue reading Quotes 1.