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What's Your Responsibility Quotient?

By Jon_SkindzierOctober 7, 2010
Everyone's always telling you about how you need to be responsible, but responsible for what? Crumbling infrastructure in Latvia? Probably not, but maybe! Anyway, here is a Responsibility Test. Choose the answer that corresponds most closely to your behavior, then add up your score to find ... More  →
What's Your Responsibility Quotient?

Jon's High School Life

By Jon_SkindzierOctober 4, 2010
We sent our Sploggers a list of questions about their high school selves, and the answers will SHOCK you. Well, maybe not SHOCK, but emotionally tase you. Or something. —Sparkitors Were you funny? No. Unless you're asking if I was funny unintentionally, like because I was ... More  →
Jon's High School Life

How To Take Arty Self-Portraits

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 28, 2010
Whether it's for a yearbook photo or as a Facebook expression of your inner artistry, many of you will want to demonstrate your creativity with arty photos of yourselves. This is normal. Be careful, though; today's clever idea is tomorrow's embarrassment. Here are some approaches ... More  →
How To Take Arty Self-Portraits

What's Your School's Academic Atmosphere?

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 23, 2010
Some journalists who don't like things recently came to the conclusion that students are lazy and bad, because everybody hates learning, so there you have it. Go home and quit trying, lazy students! Kidding! You have not actually ruined everything. In fact, you're here, at a ... More  →
What's Your School's Academic Atmosphere?

Build Your Catastrophe Kit!

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 21, 2010
Look, you know how high school is. At some point, everything that can possibly go wrong will go wrong, all at once, and then some new things will get invented, just so that they can also go wrong. Your bumbling substitute physics teacher will accidentally ... More  →
Build Your Catastrophe Kit!

When Your Best Friend's Friend Is Terrible

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 16, 2010
By all social logic, you and your best friend's other friends should be instant soulmates. It's your basic Transitive Property (of Friending), and surely you can apply all the math rules you're learning to the intricacies of life, or else what is math good for, ... More  →
When Your Best Friend's Friend Is Terrible

A Guide to (Mostly Legal) Cheap Exercise

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 9, 2010
Getting into shape is not easy. It's a sweaty, unpleasant ordeal of celery and running and misery, and the only people who make it look glamorous are the treadmill-joggers you see sprinting toward hotness as you pass by that sleek late-night gym/club. But then you ... More  →

Extreme Board Games

By Jon_SkindzierSeptember 3, 2010
Let's face it: board games aren't exactly in their prime. Between phones, video games, and the internet, the only thing left for physical gaming is, like, Twister, because who's gonna play Internet Twister? Probably nerds, that's who. Anyway, we took a break from Internet Twister to ... More  →
Extreme Board Games

Diagnosing Your Bad Habits

By Jon_SkindzierAugust 31, 2010
Do you have any bad habits you've never quite been able to shake? What's that? No? Well then fine, Johnny Perfection, your bad habit is being unaware of your bad habits. The solution to your problem is to read this post. For everyone else: we're not ... More  →
Diagnosing Your Bad Habits

Anything Can Be a Mascot!

By Jon_SkindzierAugust 26, 2010
Back in the mists of time (or, uh, last year), we went on a mind-boggling journey into the world of high school mascots. What we discovered was shocking! mostly just silly, but it has since become obvious that our discoveries were only the tip of ... More  →
Anything Can Be a Mascot!