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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Just posting....
Thanks for the comments. The baby think it over project is a plastic baby with a computer thing inside of it which has a list of cries and what kind of care is needed for it. For ex: if the baby cries and you put the computerized bottle to the mouth and it stops crying and makes a sucking sound, it means that the care needed was feeding it. There's also diaper changing and rocking. Sometimes it's just fussy and can cry for over 45 minutes. There's also a head on the baby that if it's dropped it'll start crying. You're supposed to support the head of the baby. If you drop the head 5 times or more, then you fail the project in health class. That's what the baby think it over was about.

I haven't got my poster back yet, so I'll have to wait it out. I hope I do get it back, but contests never return things anyway, so I can get ready to not receive it.
BTW I'm going to pick up a lot of stuff on Saturday. Hikaru no Go, The Wallflower, and some other stuff.

Okay, so I presented my science project in class today with my partner. She did a pretty good job of it, but I stuttered and did so bad. I know, I suck at speeches and stuff. It was on nuclear stuff. What was I supposed to say? It's kind of confusing. I still don't know exactly how it works. I knew the material pretty well, but as soon as I got up there I forgot it all. Anyway, I hope I still get a good grade. I worked hard on the researching part of the project and putting it together on the tri-fold and even making the little model out of play-doh of a cooling tower. Anyway, my partner worked on it too. I hope we get a good grade.

Yesterday was "n" day in Japanese class. It's the day we celebrate learning all of the hiragana. I thought there were some characters we didn't cover, but today I found out why. If we want to get "go" we need to add Diacritic marks to "ko". Diacritic marks look kind of like quotation marks, but they are in the top right corner of the character and only look like this. (ex: character") I love Japanese class.

There was other stuff that happened today that wasn't very significant, so I won't need to tell you guys anything else.

Tomorrow's Friday, so I'll post tomorrow if I can.

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