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“If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.” 

Bruce Lee


Jill broke her finger today, but on the other hand she was completely fine

Fun Fact

If you sneeze while traveling at 60 mph your eyes are closed for an average of 50 feet.

Reading Fact

During a research students in New York stated that listening to a fluent reader helped them improve their reading skills and become proficient readers.

History Fact

A Japanese fighter pilot once dropped wreaths over the ocean to commemorate the dead from both sides.

e in Pacific Ocean during December 1940, two Royal Navy ships, the HMS Prince of Wales and the HMS Repulse were sunk by Japanese fighters.

The following day, Japanese Flight Lieutenant Haruki Iki flew to the location of the battle and dropped two wreaths over the seas.

One to commemorate the pilots of the Japanese Naval Air Force, who died. The other for the sailors of the British Navy, who fought so valiantly to defend their ships.

Movie/TV Trivia

The carpet in The Shining and the second floor of Sid’s house in Toy Story are almost identical. 

Movie/TV Quote

"Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?"

The VVitch (2016)

Robert Eggers' debut feature plunged its audience into the paranoia of 17th century New England by using actual language from that period. The script is full of antiquated phrasing that in turn makes the story of a family torn apart by suspicion and actual witchery all the more terrifying. But no phrase is more giddily unnerving than Black Phillip's offer to the teen Thomasin as the movie approaches its conclusion. The rest of her family has been ripped apart by the malevolent force pervading the woods, and she, bloodied, starts to commune with the Satanic goat. In a low voice he asks, "Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?" It's so simple and tempting, just like the devil himself. Thomasin is ready to give herself over.

Conversation Starter

What technology from a science fiction movie would you most like to have?

Writing Prompt


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