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Jeffseiver
Posted: Sunday, August 24, 2008 7:33:06 PM
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Location: Mission Viejo/Calif.
Well were all back at it. One week to go. I wish everybody good luck this next year. I hope everybody had a great summer. I know I did. A cruise, fishing in Mexico( 45# tuna along with dorados and yellow tails) and a new over/under shot gun. Oh and a new $10,000.00 mbathroom tooboot! keeping moma happy.
creighta
Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 7:39:41 AM
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Location: Georgetown/OH
Cali must be much nicer to teachers than OH

I washed my 93 corsica and went to Wendys.
JoeNovack
Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 9:54:34 AM
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Location: Madison,VA
creighta wrote:
Cali must be much nicer to teachers than OH

I washed my 93 corsica and went to Wendys.


OH must be waaaaay better to teachers than VA...You can afford a car AND Wendy's????
craigp
Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 2:46:05 PM
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Location: Chesapeake City, Maryland
Must be better than Colorado too. All I did was work a second job, go to wrestling camp (which I had to pay for) and build things for my shop.

Craig R. Patterson, CD
PLTW Teacher
Elkton High School
Elkton, Maryland
Joe Barry
Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 5:43:24 PM
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Location: Randolph,Vermont
I used to host Japanese college students. They were aghast at the idea that I worked a weekend job as a clerk/demonstrator at the local Woodcraft store. Their response was similar to that we would have if an emergency room doctor told us he worked mucking stalls in a stable to make ends meet!
ssboca20
Posted: Friday, August 29, 2008 4:32:24 PM
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Location: Alton/Texas
LOL... too funny... Texas isn't that nice either. I had to work all summer to be able to buy all the material for my IT2 class for this year. I worked as "extra help" putting packets together for summer workshops.
BRYAN CONKLIN
Posted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 10:23:37 AM
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Location: BOSTON, MA
I guess MASS must take the cake b/c I just worked to pass the time between golf and fishing. I also went to Scilly for two weeks and then went on a 7 baseball stadium in 9 day trip as well.
Tough life I live let me tell you!!!
Try to talk to someone from CT. They are even better then MASS.!!!
mikeb
Posted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 6:04:40 PM
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Location: North Kingstown/RI
Hey B,
Any opening in your district???? I am just a hop and skip away from beantown!!!!
BRYAN CONKLIN
Posted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 8:15:12 PM
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Location: BOSTON, MA
Mike,
Last I knew rehoboth dighton was still looking for a tech ed teacher with woodshop background.
Check out boston.com as well.
mikeb
Posted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 8:46:25 PM
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Bryan,
I was just kidding with you I have 22 years in the North Kingstown district and can retire at 28 years!!! 6 more to go!! I will probably go longer?????
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