Shit & Unclarities: General Knowledge I did not know before

  • The Historian in my Ethnography class is interview a 6th cousin of hers who she met through her Dad’s Genealogy work.
  • Cultural Resource Management: You can get a career in that now, if you want.
  • Implications: the conclusion that can be drawn from something, although it is not explicitly stated. “the implication is that no one person at the bank is responsible.” Synonyms: Suggestion, insinuation, innuendo, hint, intimation, imputation.
  • Rapport: a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well.”she was able to establish a good rapport with the children” Synonyms: affinity, understanding, bond, empathy, sympathy, close relationship.
  • Adam you need a Valentine.
  • “Not resourceful enough for NASA but resourceful enough.”
  • Weak Sense of Numbers.
  • The city Tokyo holds more than 50 million people- So does Yokohama & Osaka & Kobe
  • Rooibos & Ginger tea and try mixing the two, Rose Tea
  • Go to St. Kitts, Haiti, Go.
  • 79% of US lives in a city.
  • Fire Photo: is that even possible?
  • Exaggerated Claims: a request for an insurance payment, which states that someone’s illness, accident, loss, etc. is more serious than it really is in order to trick the insurance company into paying them extra money:
  • Bessie Smith: Listen.
  • Leftist vs. Rightest: left-wing = the radical, reforming, or socialist section of a political party or system.
    right-wing = the conservative or reactionary section of a political party or system. Originated in the National Assembly in France (1789-91), where the nobles sat to the president’s right and the commons to the left.
  • Dr. Skinner notes we as students of our time show great empathy for strangeness.
  • In 1994 a new car cost $12,350.00 and in 2012 a new car cost $30,748.00 -used these numbers because I couldn’t find numbers for used cars.
  • Create a g-mail for “work” whenever that happens.
  • Does Lancaster have a Library?  YES.
  • Lancaster Public Library
    125 North Duke Street
    Lancaster County, PA 17603
    (717) 394-2651
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