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Lt. Commander
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Simple enough question I understand you are a history teacher. What are you covering today? It was one of the few subjects I liked in school.
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# 2
04-21-2010, 10:22 AM
The morning featured a discussion of Temuchin and the rise of the Mongols.

The afternoon will be taken up with a riveting talk about the evolution of the nation-state in the 19th century.

If that isn't a thread-stopper, I'm not sure what is!

Still, I have faith in 10F.
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# 3
04-21-2010, 10:22 AM
I wanna be in Teacherguy's class
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# 4
04-21-2010, 10:25 AM
I volunteer to be TA. I can torture the students by feeding hormonal flirtatious would be cheating students wrong answers
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# 5
04-21-2010, 10:26 AM
Rise of Monguls I can handle :-)

I wish someone would ask me stuff
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# 6
04-21-2010, 10:26 AM
No its cool man I actually like history.
Loved western Civ in college. I remember a lecture about Egyptian Mythology's influence on greeco-roman architecture. I mean its cool to think about how two different cultures can have such a huge impact on one another at a time when travel and info moved at a relative snails pace.
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# 7
04-21-2010, 10:31 AM
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No its cool man I actually like history.
Loved western Civ in college. I remember a lecture about Egyptian Mythology's influence on greeco-roman architecture. I mean its cool to think about how two different cultures can have such a huge impact on one another at a time when travel and info moved at a relative snails pace.
In middle ages today, we were going over the evolution of church architecture, and the influence of domes from eastern architecture making its way west. We also discussed the uniquness of the Gothic architecture, when they went from a brick/timber Roman architecture to stone blocks. This, of course, ties into Ruskin's (Victorian English) theory of individualism during the middle ages versus his time.
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# 8
04-21-2010, 10:32 AM
******n Mongorians! Tear down sh*tty warr!
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# 9
04-21-2010, 10:34 AM
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and the influence of domes from eastern architecture making its way west.
Curious about this. Can you elaborate?
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# 10
04-21-2010, 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Teacherguy
The morning featured a discussion of Temuchin and the rise of the Mongols.

The afternoon will be taken up with a riveting talk about the evolution of the nation-state in the 19th century.

If that isn't a thread-stopper, I'm not sure what is!

Still, I have faith in 10F.
I am so there! You do not know how there I will be there. That is what I am all about!

Well that and death rays.
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