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(Omaha World Herald)   Adorable 8-year-old girl gets into spirit of historical research by going to school dressed like different famous woman every day: Billie Holiday, Grace Kelly, Aung San Suu Kyi, Joan Baez, Rosa Parks, and so on   (omaha.com) divider line 60
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2012-10-19 10:50:59 AM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: MFAWG: This thread actually IS useless without pics!

8 year olds dude.


Dude -- pics of her costumes. This isn't reddit.
 
2012-10-19 11:44:33 AM

meanmutton: Zarquon's Flat Tire: MFAWG: This thread actually IS useless without pics!

8 year olds dude.

Dude -- pics of her costumes. This isn't reddit.


What 8 year old pussy looks like
 
2012-10-19 12:17:04 PM
This girl is like the antidote to Honey Boo-Boo.
 
2012-10-19 01:34:37 PM

Vermicious Knids: This girl is like the antidote to Honey Boo-Boo.


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I have a better one
 
2012-10-19 03:09:53 PM
Where the hell are the pictures. Article fails hard without images of her costumes.

Secondly, that has got to cost some money. I hope that the parents are teaching her other useful life skills, such as finding costume items at a thrift store, or maybe *gasp* how to sew.

/amateur seamstress here
//who the hell am I kidding, all that I can make are skirts and aprons :(
///waiting for the inevitable "get in the kitchen" comment
 
2012-10-19 03:37:11 PM
That's a costume?
 
2012-10-19 04:50:42 PM

bugmn99: Someone should inform the school board that these costumes are most likely a distraction to the other students trying to learn. They could also open up the door to bullying by her classmates. I honestly appreciate the importance of women's history as much as anyone, but I really think that children's safety needs to come first.


You sound concerned.
 
2012-10-20 12:38:33 AM
There are pictures of costumes. It's like a slideshow, except the thumbnails are above the picture, y'know?

There's Billie Holiday, Elvis Costello, Anne Frank, Princess Grace and Aung San Suu Kyi
 
2012-10-20 05:23:23 AM

DjangoStonereaver: Uchiha_Cycliste: DjangoStonereaver: KrispyKritter: Children still recite the Pledge of Allegiance in schools? Holy crap. I did not know that.

Oh yes, and apparently in West Virginia they also have a Pledge of Allegiance to the State as well
that they must say.

That is kinda freaky.

MUST say?
We were supposed to say it everyday in HS too, we HAD to stand for it, but my best friend and I never said it, we just stood there.

My niece said they had to memorize it.

Interestingly, a cursory search of Google shows that Georgia and Texas also have state pledges of
allegiance. I wonder if this isn't a holdover from the good old days of the bootstrappy, state's rights
lovin' Confederacy?


Interesting theory, but West By God was not a Confederate state.
 
2012-10-20 03:44:09 PM

Snausages75: DjangoStonereaver: Uchiha_Cycliste: DjangoStonereaver: KrispyKritter: Children still recite the Pledge of Allegiance in schools? Holy crap. I did not know that.

Oh yes, and apparently in West Virginia they also have a Pledge of Allegiance to the State as well
that they must say.

That is kinda freaky.

MUST say?
We were supposed to say it everyday in HS too, we HAD to stand for it, but my best friend and I never said it, we just stood there.

My niece said they had to memorize it.

Interestingly, a cursory search of Google shows that Georgia and Texas also have state pledges of
allegiance. I wonder if this isn't a holdover from the good old days of the bootstrappy, state's rights
lovin' Confederacy?

Interesting theory, but West By God was not a Confederate state.


True, but Georgia and Texas were, and I could see how West Virginia could have instituted the pledge as a way to differentiate themselves from their secessionist ex-states mates.
 
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