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Old 04-16-2008, 02:57 AM   #46
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Change that to parmesan and I agree.
i love all cheese pretty much except maybe blue cheese, which i really only like in salad or as a buffalo chicken compliment (and then i prefer ranch).

when i do pasta with tomato sauce, i put tons of veggies, some meat, and either a shit ton of parmesan or mozerella with way not enough pasta. and my mom gets a delicious 4-cheese blend that includes parmesan
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I'm desensetised to the parmesan stench, I've started putting pecorino on pasta instead, which is pretty tasty.
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Change that to parmesan and I agree.
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when i was having my problem, it was a problem with my isp. although they were just like "give it a couple days"

HAY THANKS I DIDN'T THINK OF JUST WAITING.
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and how america kicked ass?
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do your parents teach you, or just help set the curriculum and find materials?

how is it learning foreign language and chemistry and math without teachers - history, english, biology would be fine from a textbook, but some things, especially language, seem like you'd need a teacher.

do you write papers? do projects?
They help me when I hit a wall, which does happen now and again, but mostly in mathematics. I've got a pretty sharp memory and a solid ability to apply knowledge, so my grades have always been good. In 8th grade (NOT homeschooled that year), I was the only one in my class to receive straight A's in every subject for the entire year.

Foreign languages is MUCH harder to apply. I have a decent handle on them, but it's difficult to absorb them when others aren't speaking it to you in class. It's fun for me though, if an extra challenge.

Quizzes don't effect grades, but papers and projects are done when required. That means I still have some very large projects to do each year that are reviewed by those who provide the curriculum. They're incompetent, BTW, and actually lost my work at one point, which they thankfully recovered.
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For the record, parmesan is awesome and an essential ingredient on most Italian foods.
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They help me when I hit a wall, which does happen now and again, but mostly in mathematics. I've got a pretty sharp memory and a solid ability to apply knowledge, so my grades have always been good. In 8th grade (NOT homeschooled that year), I was the only one in my class to receive straight A's in every subject for the entire year.

Foreign languages is MUCH harder to apply. I have a decent handle on them, but it's difficult to absorb them when others aren't speaking it to you in class. It's fun for me though, if an extra challenge.

Quizzes don't effect grades, but papers and projects are done when required. That means I still have some very large projects to do each year that are reviewed by those who provide the curriculum. They're incompetent, BTW, and actually lost my work at one point, which they thankfully recovered.
so your parents subscribe to some sort of homeschooling curriculum?
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