Not sure I completely agree, but the statement below called my attention:
“…We spend our days in meetings and talk about “thinking outside the box…”
So, here is the question: Are we teaching conformity? How can we effectively make our students think out of the box?
I’ve been trying to convince them that it was not good to build a house so close to my front door.
But after two weeks, I gave up.
Welcome home sparrow family.
Just because I have nothing to do I decided to build a little storage in the back yard.
The storage is 2.70 meters wide by 1.80. The wall studs are 2.10 and the roof … I don’t remember.
Today was the third day working on it and I decided to take a picture before finishing so people will actually believe I am building it.
By the way, I was being sarcastic in the first paragraph.
After my fat PS3 broke I was avoiding buying a new one but this Yamada Denki’s price was unbeatable.
19,980円 for the PS3, cables and an extra Dual Shock 3 (without mentioning the Super Mario Bros’ clear folders)
Now I can finnaly play the Yakuza 4 that my brother gave me.
Tive que vir até a Koreia do Sul pra encontrar. Na minha época Dunkin Donuts não tinha lanche… era só Donuts.
Presenting in 10 minutes.
UPDATE: It was a pretty normal day….
Today I filled up the gas in my scooter… and got a suggestive number in the receipt.
Is it going to be a good day? or a bad day?
Will report later.