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My Eight Year Old’s New Business Plan

Just went downstairs to see a sign, made by Simon. It says:

Simon’s Bar: Drinks, Uno, Tick-Tack-Toe (sp), Math Drills and Dreidel.

Yeah, that’ll make money. And no, I didn’t ask what they will be drinking.

Sharon

Comments

  1. #1 curiousalexa
    December 18, 2009

    Sounds great to me! I could go for drinks and Uno. I wouldn’t mind learning about dreidels, either.

  2. #2 Erin
    December 18, 2009

    During happy hour, the math drills are two for one, I assume?

  3. #3 Shamba
    December 18, 2009

    Now, that’s why I’m so bad at math! If I’d had math drills with beer I’d be so much better now! LOL

    Peace to All,
    Shamba

  4. #4 Gin
    December 18, 2009

    If he’s serving milkshakes, I’m in. Milkshakes and Uno sound like my idea of fun.

  5. #5 simba
    December 18, 2009

    Throw chess in and I’m there.

  6. #6 elsie
    December 19, 2009

    have i mentioned recently how much i love you people?
    now i love you more.
    my best.
    love,
    grammy elsie :-)

  7. #7 Greenpa
    December 20, 2009

    So we’re guessing Eric took a gamma ray burst to the right side some years ago?
    :-)

    Actually, looks like a lot more fun than my graying process- I wound up dying my beard for years; my beard grayed first, and the gray came in all weird and lopsided- not interesting looking like Eric’s.

    I hope, and am sure, the Environmental Physics is fascinating. I had a bad experience with mine- we had a course of “Physics for Biology Majors” – and I dropped out after the first month; which did not please the prof. It was all physics; from the viewpoint of a physicist- zero actual communication or relevance I could see. The prof insisted “you need this course!” and I responded, “yes, I do! But I’m getting nothing here, and it’s not getting any better.” I still regret it. Partly I already had a lot of physics- but partly also there was just a total disconnect between me and the prof.

    Of course, I had bio profs where that was true, too!