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« jwm_banker wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 11:34 AM »
It all traces back to their 'heritage'. Rather than ban the stupid rebel flag that they love so much, they banned the sticks to try to prevent their fans from bringing in the flag. Just another really sad part of Ole Miss trying to ignore how racist their past is...
« AUgrandma wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 11:14 AM »
They make them, I have some, have someone from AU standing outside stadium and hand shakers out so everybody will have one, want to see the orange and blue shaking Sat night! WAR EAGLE!
« JayTS wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 10:05 AM »
This is a stadium rule they have for all attendants for every game. It's not like it's a special thing just for the Auburn game, they're just making sure everyone knows the stadium rules. My friend, who's an Ole Miss alum, was telling me about it last weekend.
« auzoie wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 12:59 AM »
Hell NO , it is not fair. BREAK THE STICKS OFF AND HOLD PART OF THE SHAKER AND SHAKE THE HE!! OUT OF IT… just sayin
« AUforever wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 12:09 AM »
I don't think he's going anywhere anytime soon. If he left I don't think the NFL would interest him. Other coaches have tried and come back to college.He loves Auburn. How about writing something positive not negative.
« AUforever wrote on Thursday, Oct 30 at 12:00 AM »
This is absolutely ridiculous. I wonder why?
« bweldon79 wrote on Wednesday, Oct 29 at 11:50 PM »
So make shakers with "paddle handles" to comply with their silly rules - this is a huge game & we need as much fan support as possible - So get busy on those shakers !!! War Eagle
« TeriAU74 wrote on Wednesday, Oct 29 at 01:21 PM »
We need to send information about the entire state, not just Auburn, as special as AU is!. He says, "working on a semester long project on a particular U.S. state." So if you send something, tell about the part of Alabama you live in as well as your connection to Auburn. I will send something soon. What a neat idea!
« rsanek wrote on Tuesday, Oct 28 at 10:19 AM »
What's the problem with teaching/focusing on what's going to be tested? The goal of testing should be to reinforce what has been learned in class. If a test isn't doing that, it's an ineffective test. If there's large swaths of information being taught that aren't later tested, there's a much higher likelihood that information will be immediately forgotten. [Spitzer, 1939] Obviously, with standardized testing, evaluating everything learned is infeasible. But in settings that allow more freedom (like college), tests/quizzes can cover a majority of information, if frequent enough.
« hollykate wrote on Monday, Oct 27 at 04:37 PM »
Unfortunately what you are arguing in this letter is that your personal definition of a fulfilling life, and the way in which your value system links that life to waiting until marriage to have sex, is superior to another person’s definition of a fulfilling life and the choices they make while living that life. Yes, people do have fulfilling lives by waiting till marriage to have sex, but they also have fulfilling lives by having sex right away, or by having fleeting sexual encounters throughout their lives, or by having sex with multiple partners, or by not having sex at all. People’s lives and relationships are fulfilling when they make the choices that are right for them, when they have the freedom to live by their own values and definitions, but not when they are forced to make decisions based on values imposed by others. Oh, you’re sad that people get to make choices that you don’t want them to make? Here, have a tissue.
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