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Originally posted by The Lion King
Alright my class is gonna have a debate tomorrow (very fun times) and the teacher gave us each an opportunity to pick which President we thought was the best and come tomorrow with our facts. The girl in front of me took Lincoln but being 2nd I was lucky enough to land FDR. So what do you guys think? FDR = Our best president ever?


should have picked Reagan, man was a beast
 
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Originally posted by The Lion King
Alright my class is gonna have a debate tomorrow (very fun times) and the teacher gave us each an opportunity to pick which President we thought was the best and come tomorrow with our facts. The girl in front of me took Lincoln but being 2nd I was lucky enough to land FDR. So what do you guys think? FDR = Our best president ever?


someone had to have went with bush, right? or class fail
 
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Originally posted by OchO_CinCo
someone had to have went with bush, right? or class fail


He went before Buchanan. Lol I feel bad for the kid that ended up with him. All he could say was "........he sped up the process towards Civil War and did noting to stop America from splitting......and he was gay"
 
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Need a Poem for school.
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Originally posted by benmint0n
I can't figure this out for the life of me.

Predict the products and write the balanced chemical reaction that occurs when zinc solid is reacted with copper (II) chloride.

What type of reaction is this? How can you tell?

Write the net ionic equation.


any help would be sweeet


Zn + CuCl2 --> ZnCl2 + Cu
Pretty sure it's displacement reaction.
 
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Originally posted by Mr. Whiskers
Need a Poem for school.
GO!


There once was a man from Peru
Who dreamt he was eating his shoe
He woke with a fright
In the middle of the night
To find that his dream had come true!
 
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Originally posted by suntansuperman
Zn + CuCl2 --> ZnCl2 + Cu
Pretty sure it's displacement reaction.


all good, but it's single replacement. (might be displacement from where you're at though, idk)
 
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Originally posted by Yakalot
all good, but it's single replacement. (might be displacement from where you're at though, idk)


I'm not sure, it's been awhile since I took Chem.
 
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Originally posted by suntansuperman
Originally posted by Yakalot

all good, but it's single replacement. (might be displacement from where you're at though, idk)


I'm not sure, it's been awhile since I took Chem.


Yeah, it's called single replacement.
 
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Originally posted by jrobb525
2 + 2 = 4


YOU LIE!
 
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Originally posted by suntansuperman
There once was a man from Peru
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To find that his dream had come true!


he could just use your status
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You have conquered and I yield. Yet henceforward art thou also dead - dead to the World, to Heaven, and to Hope! In me didst thou exist - and, in my death, see by this image, which is thine own, how utterly thou hast murdered thyself.
 
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WTF is 10-2 ?!?!?!?!?!?!
 
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Originally posted by James Madison
WTF is 10-2 ?!?!?!?!?!?!


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Btw my teacher gave me an Essay Prompt to do at home. It's not graded so technically I'm not "cheating".
Here's the Prompt

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Colonel Sherburn declares that most people are followers and that a true “man” is the one who is an individual or a leader. Ralph Waldo Emerson, a contemporary of Mark Twain, wrote that “Whoso would be a man must be a nonconformist.” In a well-organized essay, defend, challenge, or qualify the validity of Colonel Sherburn’s and Emerson’s definition of a “man,” drawing upon your own observation, reading, or experience to support your position.

I was thinking a dividing it up into sub topics of society, politics, and war and mainly driving it off of using real life examples.
For society the obvious and easy one is MLK jr.
For Politics I was thinking Teddy Roosevelt.
For war I wasn't real sure who to use.

Society and politics are easy, the third paragraph is really buggin me though.
 
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Originally posted by Gturtle
Originally posted by Salgoas

Probably. He brought us out of depression. He kept us neutral in WWII till we had to go in.


Actually, amongst economists it is often debated whether or not the policies enacted by FDR's administration helped relieve the depression, or actually deepened and lengthened it.


Pretty much this.

Originally posted by Salgoas
Originally posted by The Lion King

Alright my class is gonna have a debate tomorrow (very fun times) and the teacher gave us each an opportunity to pick which President we thought was the best and come tomorrow with our facts. The girl in front of me took Lincoln but being 2nd I was lucky enough to land FDR. So what do you guys think? FDR = Our best president ever?


Probably. He brought us out of depression. He kept us neutral in WWII till we had to go in.


He didn't bring us out of the depression. The War did.
 
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