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100 Worst Types of Teachers

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 25, 2013
Most teachers are nice and helpful, but there are bad, awful, wretched, soulless, freaks of anger who are also allowed to teach. We’re not going to list teachers who commit real crimes, because we all know those teachers are terrible. Instead, here are the legal-yet-awful ... More  →
100 Worst Types of Teachers

Blogging Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Part 3

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 24, 2013
Chapter Seven: The Slug Club Better Title: Ginger Tale In this chapter, Slughorn gathers up all the children of famous wizards, along with Ginny, and introduces them to the Slug Club. Ginny gets the invite because Sluggy notices that she’s pretty handy with the Bat-Bogey Hex. ... More  →
Blogging Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Part 3

What Really Happens In the Women's Locker Room (Presumably)

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 24, 2013
The women’s locker room is a land of legends. Guys are never allowed to know what occurs in that room of secrets, and if a girl ever reveals the truth, she will be sent to prison and her family will be given a new, better ... More  →
What Really Happens In the Women's Locker Room (Presumably)

The Problem With Everything

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 23, 2013
Do you get the feeling that everything is wrong in the world? But finding the specific problem (or problems) can be difficult. Where do you start? We know the world needs fixing, but what, exactly, are the issues. ... More  →
The Problem With Everything

The Three Types of C Students

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 23, 2013
There is no such thing as a perfect grading system (though we think a "Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down" system would be fun). Most students receive number grades or letter grades. We know that each school district has a different definition for a passing grade and failing ... More  →
The Three Types of C Students

25 Reasons to Celebrate January 22nd

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 22, 2013
It’s cold. It’s colder than ice cream. It’s colder than the kitchen floor. It’s colder than Bruce Willis’ stare after you ask him if you can call him Brucie-Bruce. It’s cold. But, you should still be celebrating and here’s why... ... More  →
25 Reasons to Celebrate January 22nd

Inauguration Speech, 2016

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 21, 2013
Today President Barack Obama will be sworn in as President and give a thoughtful speech about the future of our country. And, like all political speeches, it will be boring. When I’m elected President in 2016, the inauguration speech will be amazing. How do I ... More  →
Inauguration Speech, 2016

25 Reasons to Celebrate January 21st

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 21, 2013
There are so many reasons to celebrate this Monday that you will need extra party hats, party capes, and party shin guards. Here is why today is better than best. ... More  →
25 Reasons to Celebrate January 21st

R.L. Stine Doesn't Understand "Ermahgerd!" Do you?

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 18, 2013
If you have a computer, you’ve probably seen some version of the Ermahgerd Meme, a faded photo of a nerdy young woman who appears to be overjoyed after receiving Goosebump books. The accompanying text usually reads something like, “Ermahgerd Gersberms.” The text is so popular, ... More  →
R.L. Stine Doesn't Understand

5 Questions About Winnie the Pooh

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 18, 2013
It’s the birthday of author A.A. Milne who created Winnie the Pooh back in 1926. Since then, Pooh and his happy home in the 100 Acre Wood have become more popular than any other chubby bear-themed children’s story. Winnie the Pooh has appeared in books, ... More  →
5 Questions About Winnie the Pooh