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[ - ] Where do you buy your elementary school kids' ski clothes? 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:49 PM Flag
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Target, old navy, lands end [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:56 PM Flag
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ski pants lands end [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:47 PM Flag
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gloves at Costco. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:48 PM Flag
[ - ] What do you think of the track type pants that everyone seems to be wearing. I thought they would look ridiculous, but I tried on a pair of casual ones and they are surprisingly flattering. Now I want to get some dressier ones. What shoes would look good? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:40 PM Flag
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Dressy track pants is an oxymoron. Show us a link, please. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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"Dressier" track pants? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:32 PM Flag
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dressier than hammer pants I'm assuming. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:47 PM Flag
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"Everyone?" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:51 PM Flag
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OP: I think they are called tapered or peg leg [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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I can't picture what you are talking about. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:58 PM Flag
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I work in a casual downtown office and just wear them with birkenstock gizeh. I see women around doing them with flats though, and after work sometimes dressing them up with strappy heels. Yeah, I can just feel the UB pearl-clutching, but the look is definitely in style and can be flattering if you find the right pair of pants! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 09:00 PM Flag
[ - ] REALLY stupid question, but would just like some opinions. I mostly don't eat carbs. We order pizza every Friday night and I usually get a steak sub with peppers/onions/etc. and just eat the inside. Would it be awkward to just ask for the sub filling in a container without the bread, or should I just keep doing what I have been doing? My reason for trying this is that I end up getting tempted and eating some of the bread. Do not want to be *that* customer, but it would help me and prevent waste. 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:37 PM Flag
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I give scraps to the birds. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:31 PM Flag
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really why don't you give to the birds instead of just thinking about you you you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:34 PM Flag
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Why doesn't she just give them muffin stumps. outrageous [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:52 PM Flag
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Why don't you cook some meat on Friday nights for yourself? Seems a hell of a lot cheaper and simpler. Yu can cut up the ingredients beforehand. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:43 PM Flag
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cooking? You sound fat. nokd. so low tone. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:39 PM Flag
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You will be "that customer". The PITA who can't just order FFS [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:34 PM Flag
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If you decide not to be that person, toss the bread before you taste the filling. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:46 PM Flag
[ - ] The Orlando Bloom bio on Yahoo says he has two fathers. Anyone know the back-story on this? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:35 PM Flag
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Wikipedia answers this. Man who raised him until he died when Bloom was 10 or so was not his biological father. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:28 PM Flag
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During his childhood, Bloom was told that his father was his mother's husband, Jewish South African-born anti-Apartheid novelist Harry Saul Bloom; however, when he was 13 (nine years after Harry's death), Bloom's mother revealed to him that his biological father was actually Colin Stone, his mother's partner and family friend [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:41 PM Flag
[ - ] What does it take to get a break on NYC private school tuition? Full-time teacher at school? Part-time teacher? Admissions position? 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:31 PM Flag
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be willing to be flat on your back for a while. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:34 PM Flag
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Any anecdote you care to share? Sleeping with a higher-up to get a discount sounds like a movie plot, but I can't imagine this ever happens more than once per year across all the private schools in the area. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:38 PM Flag
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knew someone in fundraising at one of them and she sent her kids to nyc D2 public [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:49 PM Flag
[ - ] Nutrition savvy moms: what do you feed your kids? Do you limit carbs and encourage protein? Also, what kind of portions do your kids eat? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:23 PM Flag
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My DD has Type-1 diabetes so we do try to focus on proteins and veggies. We have to count all carbs to determine her insulin dose. I go by serving size to determine portion size. And we do allow dessert. She can have something small after dinner, a Popsicle or a couple cookies. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:27 PM Flag
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My DD has Type-1 diabetes so we do try to focus on proteins and veggies. We have to count all carbs to determine her insulin dose. I go by serving size to determine portion size. And we do allow dessert. She can have something small after dinner, a Popsicle or a couple cookies. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:28 PM Flag
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Balance in everything. Meals where possible are protein, carbs, veggies (just like my mother made me). Snacks are fine, but mid-morning and mid-afternoon only. Junk is fine, in small quantities. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:22 PM Flag
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I don't limit complex carbs, but have protein at every meal, and vegetables. My kids eat all proteins. Wild salmon, chicken, shrimp, some beef, quinoa . . . [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:45 PM Flag
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If your child isn't diabetic, you shouldn't even be thinking of carbs. B [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:34 PM Flag
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High protein, low carb diets are really, really not healthy for kids. They are not just small adults. Their bodies need different things. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:37 PM Flag
[ - ] The holiday planning juggle has begun! I feel like we are always trying to please our families, which means hours in the car for my kids. My brother refuses to ever leave home and drive to the City. My parents indulge him. And my MIL (whom I love) insists on the exact same routine every year and even wants all of us to sleep over Christmas Eve and wake up there (not enough space). How do you balance honoring family time but putting your foot down? We have 3 little kids. 15 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:10 PM Flag
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You do what works for you. And thats it. You don't pander to everyone else. Grow a set. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:23 PM Flag
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OP Here: I think it is fair to be flexible to an extent. Holidays are not just about me and my family of five. It is about extended families too. I'm especially sensitive as grandparents age... Yet, I think we may need to reserve the actual holiday nights to home. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:14 PM Flag
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You are right! That said, Christmas morning at home is kind of nice. Invite your parents (or in laws). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:46 PM Flag
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I made a firm statement that my kids would wake up at home (our home) on Christmas morning. Everyone else had to deal. Hard the first yr but it ended the craziness. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:14 PM Flag
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Good approach. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:17 PM Flag
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I did this too. When my kids were little they woke up to their own tree and presents. By middle/high school we were more flexible, but for a good 15 years we were home on Xmas. People could come if they wished. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:36 PM Flag
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I am saying fuck it his year. Nobody in my or DHs family has ever tried to accommodate us during the holidays. BIL/SIL hate everyone but want us all to follow their lead the list goes on! So going to a warm beach for Christmas and my mothers for thanksgiving (widow+good food=no drama). This year it dawned on me that nothing that I do will ever please my snotty SIL or my MIL so I might as well give them something to birch about. I wish We could all be together but I'm over bending over backwards for people who wouldn't do the same for you. LIFE IS SHORT! GL! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:24 PM Flag
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I am saying fuck it his year. Nobody in my or DHs family has ever tried to accommodate us during the holidays. BIL/SIL hate everyone but want us all to follow their lead the list goes on! So going to a warm beach for Christmas and my mothers for thanksgiving (widow+good food=no drama). This year it dawned on me that nothing that I do will ever please my snotty SIL or my MIL so I might as well give them something to birch about. I wish We could all be together but I'm over bending over backwards for people who wouldn't do the same for you. LIFE IS SHORT! GL! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:24 PM Flag
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Ugh. iPhone....and mimosas. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:25 PM Flag
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Your brother has figured it out. Do the same. People w/o kids should travel. People with space should host. People with kids and space should alternate. If someone doesn't want to alternate or compromise, then they are out of the equation. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:35 PM Flag
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I like this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:26 PM Flag
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OP Here: well put. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:47 PM Flag
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+1 no kids yet and I consider it our happy duty to travel [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:36 PM Flag
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What about people with kids, but with no space? :( [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:39 PM Flag
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Go visit days other than Christmas am . [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:42 PM Flag
[ - ] Which eye do you wink with? Is that the same side as your dominant hand? Dh and I both right handed me right eye him left. Surprised! 18 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:10 PM Flag
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Obvious UB answer is "Divorce!" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:12 PM Flag
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Lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:46 PM Flag
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left / left [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:14 PM Flag
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Right handed, left wink. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:05 PM Flag
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Winking is creepy. DH and I avoid it at all costs. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:17 PM Flag
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Thank you, I agree. Who winks? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:19 PM Flag
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Aw it reminds me of my dear sweet grandpa. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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Right handed, left-winked. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:19 PM Flag
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left/right [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:22 PM Flag
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I can wink equally well on both sides with no preference. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:23 PM Flag
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right, right [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:14 PM Flag
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Right hand, left eye. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:29 PM Flag
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You have too much time on your hand. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:29 PM Flag
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Said the person who read a post. Evaluated that it was an indication of too much time on ones hand. Clicked on the link to reply. Typed a reply. And clicked a button to submit the reply. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:43 PM Flag
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Ily [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:45 PM Flag
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And yet you have even more time on your hands to respond to it [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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right/right [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:39 PM Flag
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I don't think I consistently use one or the other. However, if forced to puck I would say left. I am right-handed. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:43 PM Flag
[ - ] What are 4 year old boys really into these days? Need ideas for a gift. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:07 PM Flag
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My go to gift for boys that age. Big hit every time. http://www.amazon.com/Football-Guys-Kaskey-Kids-Blue/dp/B000GDGWWQ [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:11 PM Flag
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My 4 yo DS wouldn't like that. Legos, Legos, Legos. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:31 PM Flag
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At this age do I give the smaller Legos or stick to the bigger ones. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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Legos, but great age to introduce classic board games..... Sorry, trouble, Connect four, and newer games like zingo and blokus [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:15 PM Flag
[ - ] Want to avoid racial profiling? Take the pull-your-damned-pants-up challenge! 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:00 PM Flag
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This is lame, racist, and antiquated. How many white, Asian, and Latino kids wore/wear baggy pants witout being threatened by police? I know you are just looking for attention but the idea that someone's clothing makes them a target for punishment is nothing but racist doctrine. Macklemore/Miley/Iggy= cool but Nicki/50/any one black equals a problem. I am so glad that despite the horrible social climate of America, I refuse to see myself as less than because I dare to not see being brow as a bad thing. Keep pushing your racist agenda though, it's all you have to make yourself feel something, anything. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:59 PM Flag
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Bill Cosby would agree! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:02 PM Flag
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Who cares. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:21 PM Flag
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Yeh. We harass women about what fhey're weari f. How about harassing men [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:27 PM Flag
[ - ] If you worked up to your due date, how productive were you in the last few weeks? Was it hard to get through the day? Did you feel like crap? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:57 PM Flag
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Relatively productive. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:51 PM Flag
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DB 1 no issues. Felt really good and don't want to just hang around the house, waiting. With DB2, so different. Wanted to be home. Very unfocused at work those last few weeks. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:05 PM Flag
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Productive. You go into work-nesting mode and get a ton done, just like at home. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:53 PM Flag
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i was pretty productive at work but very tired by the time I got home. Basically would eat somethimg easy and go to sleep. But it was totally worth it to have the extra time with db. Plus people cut me a lot of slack at the end - no one said anything if I left a few minutes early etc [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:01 PM Flag
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I was very productive right until my due date. Then (since I still didn't have the baby) I saw right away that doctor's appointments, etc, would take a lot of time and went on leave. Wish I had stuck out a little longer since I was 2 weeks late. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:36 PM Flag
[ - ] Any thoughts on whether it's harder to get into Bard Manhattan than Bard Queens? And are both schools about the same in terms of difficulty/homework if you do get in? Realize this may be a tough comparison to make. Also, think Bard Queens has come up quickly in the last few years (since it's only 7 years old). Seems like the stats jumped suddenly for recent classes. 23 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
NY Schools 09.01.14, 07:51 PM Flag
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what stats? Bard Queens has much lower SAT than Manhattan. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:42 PM Flag
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That's the point. SATs are mainly available for only the earliest graduating classes of Bard Queens (since it's a relatively new school), when the bar was lower for admission. Inside Schools lists incoming students' level of proficiency as 3.80 for both schools. Until just recently, the numbers were different. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:03 PM Flag
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Bard Queens only opened in 2008, so has only had 2 graduating classes (and fewer years of available SAT scores). Naturally, a new school wouldn't have been as selective as an established school. Bard Manhattan opened in 2001--has had longer to establish rep and become sought after. Single application process for both schools now, so perhaps admissions have become more similarly selective? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:16 PM Flag
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np- Another factor is BHSEC Manhattan has richer kids, on average. More money for SAT prep. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:06 PM Flag
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Wrong. Both Bard Queens and Manhattan offer FREE test prep for SAT. ANd the poor kids in Stuy score even better on SAT. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:14 PM Flag
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It's a different population. Stuy families have been sending their kids to Saturday school since they could hold a pencil. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:18 PM Flag
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really? are you sure they did not start when they were infants? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:17 PM Flag
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Well, you'd better believe some of their parents were thinking about Stuy when the kids were infants. The kids start going to "Saturday school" (and extra after school classes) when they are very young. Certainly by early elementary school. Not saying it's a good or a bad thing--it's just an accepted practice and way of life with some families. The kids just do it. It's simply considered what you do. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:41 PM Flag
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Good for them! Priority on education help produce a generation of high achievers. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:49 PM Flag
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Um, that's why I said I wasn't judging whether it was a good or a bad thing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 09:00 PM Flag
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Yep--and quite a few of them have been aiming for Stuy since elementary school. Really. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:31 PM Flag
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And how do you know this? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:32 PM Flag
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I was poster below. DC briefly went to Asian prep school to get ready for a single test. Everyone else in the class had been going for years (and they moved on to prepping for another test after the exam DC prepped for--while for DC it was a limited experience). By the same token, I have friends with lots of money to burn who just keep a private tutor on a continual retainer. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:45 PM Flag
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Uh-huh. And private tutors do a much better job at targeting learning for a specific kid, rather than generic test prep classes that teach a whole bunch of kids with different strengths and weaknesses. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:21 PM Flag
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and the Stuy kids all have private tutors? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:19 PM Flag
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It's just different. Many Asian families begin aiming for Stuy in elementary school (not kidding--it's the dream). I had a DC who took a Chinese prep school class for a few months to get ready for a specific test. All the other kids had been routinely going to extra prep school since they were very, very young. This is a very different situation than taking a prep class for a few months for the SHSAT. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:37 PM Flag
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We are talking about SAT, not SHSAT. Are you saying they prepare for the SAT before SHSAT? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:30 PM Flag
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I was responding to the comment: "and the Stuy kids all have private tutors?" No, they don't, but they have a different way of preparing for everything. I'm saying that there are some families who just continually look ahead and prep and do extra work--they just move on to whatever the next important test is. Some prepare for the major tests (like SAT and SHSAT) for years. Honestly. So, while many of the Stuy applicants certainly don't have private tutors, they have been doing test prep for years. That's one reason why they get into Stuy (also because they're smart & hard-working); that's part of why they score well on the SAT (also, of course the fact that they've had an exceptional education at Stuy raises their SAT scores). But this is a certain lifestyle. It's very different than taking a limited test prep class offered by a public school. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:59 PM Flag
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What year are these SAT stats? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:22 PM Flag
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2013 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:19 PM Flag
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I would imagine incoming students at Bard Queens have changed since 2008, but could be wrong. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:32 PM Flag
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^^meaning 2008 when the school opened. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:33 PM Flag
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I have heard that it is harder to get into the Manhattan Bard, but the two are very similar. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:16 PM Flag
[ - ] Why did James Gandolfini look so old at such a young age? If you look at his acting from when he was in his 30's, he looks like a fiftysomething man. How did that happen? 13 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:51 PM Flag
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bad life habits, drugs, drinking eating etc [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:41 PM Flag
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so many people do... I can think of many actors who look much older than their years. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:45 PM Flag
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Because he was a fat alcoholic. Most likely smoked too. He ruined his body and that's why he looked old and died young. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:59 PM Flag
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And still he gave more to the planet than most of us will ever do by 80. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:24 PM Flag
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Because he was an actor? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:32 PM Flag
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I just meant in terms of leaving a legacy that gave so much to so many. Being an actor you can do this. Yes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:44 PM Flag
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It was a good TV show, sure, but I wouldn't consider him someone who left a legacy, gave more to the planet than others, etc. I mean didn't he drunk drive his SUV around? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:41 PM Flag
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Right ? Geez [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:45 PM Flag
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I would imagine that his kids wouldnt care About that. If he had been healthier he would have lived longer and if be were a woman you would have judged her more harshly [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:45 PM Flag
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Speak for yourself. [ Reply | More ]
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Jinx. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:39 PM Flag
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Speak for yourself. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:39 PM Flag
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Oh please. He was an entertainer. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 09:00 PM Flag
[ - ] I want to put an end to my being a complete idiot when it comes to politics. I want to be able to hold my own in conversation. Where should I begin (specific topics)? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:46 PM Flag
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Go to fark.com under the politics tab. You'll get a hell of an education [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:05 PM Flag
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Get the daily email from the Skimm. It is a nice, funny summary of world events. http://www.theskimm.com [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:06 PM Flag
[ - ] I was chatting with my mom and we started talking about the jolie pitt marriage and I was just saying why now? and my mom said Jolie could be sick...you know she is positive for that cancer gene. I hope not I like her. 14 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:44 PM Flag
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oh geez. you and your mom are the kind of women I cannot stand. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:46 PM Flag
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For wondering about someone? I dislike folks who dislike people too easily and assume the worst. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:07 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
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+2 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:48 PM Flag
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Yes because men NEVER talk about stupid things. Keep thinking the opposite sex is superior and you will continue to be part of he problem. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:01 PM Flag
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This doesn't make sense. What? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:03 PM Flag
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Pp said these discussions are only what women talk about. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:05 PM Flag
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Which is true. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:10 PM Flag
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Women yap about nonsense. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:10 PM Flag
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Men do the same! Stop making this about sexism. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:17 PM Flag
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Yes and vuys do stupid shit like rApe and murder. Whats your point [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:47 PM Flag
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men think talking about boobs or batteries is the best conversations ever. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:26 PM Flag
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why because we had a chat about pop culture? you are a pig. sorry. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:26 PM Flag
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EPCUT? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:29 PM Flag
[ - ] I listed my home with a totally worthless agent. I did it as a favor. Listing expires in one month. Any chance agent will let me out early? Any help here? TIA 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:34 PM Flag
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What does the exclusivity contract you signed say? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:38 PM Flag
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spend this month interviewing new agents. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:44 PM Flag
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Thank you, good idea. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:45 PM Flag
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It says 6 months -- I know what it says, anyone heard of an agent letting anyone out? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 07:45 PM Flag
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Now is the time to start looking for a really good agent. They are out there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.01.14, 08:11 PM Flag
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