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Maybe it's just me but I thought the answers to these test questions were hilarious!

http://www.scribd.co...hey-didnt-study

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I don't how I missed this post. I love the teachers comment on "Jeremy's" El Nino paper...along with, "each line has an arrow head on the end" from the first example.



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I think "Find x" was my favorite followed by the explanation of why the engineer got fired.

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Finally I too can now understand the El Nino process.

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thanks for the laughs Nick! My vote goes for the hanging man and 'expand', but 'find x' is great too!




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