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Basically this is an example on how to do some of the offers from Points2Shop. Points2Shop is a great website that allows you to fill out free surveys, offers and other things for cash or to buy things off of amazon. When you sign up you are instantly credited 250 points, each 100 points is worth $1.00. The free surveys and offers can range anywhere from what I've seen of about 15 to 200 points, average would probably be around 80 or so. Each one only takes a few minutes to complete, not too hard at all, one of the only legitimate sites I've seen. I've only been signed up for two days and I have just under 1500 points as you can see in the video, I am going to use them to get microsoft points and video games for the XBOX 360 currently for myself and for my gaming community TXI. If you guys are interested in such XBOX communities, we have over 2000 members right now on XBOX Live, our homepage is www.TXIGN****. If you guys need help on Points2Shop you can send me a message I'll help you as best I can, also they have a forums and chat box where everyone is very helpful as well. To sign up under me on Points2Shop you guys can go to my referral link: *******www.points2shop****/index.php?ref=CoMaTosEtX
31 Jul 2009
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As portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer in the movie Dangerous Minds, LouAnne Johnson’s stint as an honored Marine Corps Officer and US Navy journalist seemed easy in comparison to being a public school teacher. Wrestling with a class of challenging adolescents faced with their last chance at school, she helped them turn their lives around by bringing out the inherent value in each of them, honoring their spirit, and nurturing their newfound self-confidence. Johnson’s style is to encourage students, rather than condemn them, persuade rather than threaten, and earn respect, rather than demand it. Her constant support and unorthodox teaching strategies instituted a phenomenal success rate in her students with a first place ranking in higher grade point averages, increased self-esteem, academic achievement, and class retention. Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Nov 2009
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Dr. Dan shows a quick tutorial on how to calculate your overall and science grade point average.
9 Feb 2010
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*******easyscholarships101****/ Getting easy scholarships is not as difficult as you may envisioned, but you may be required to have the right info before you'll attain a free grant for your education and learning! If you are usually just like ordinary people, and definitely me, I doubt that you simply possess a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 4.0…was I right (rhetorical question)?
15 Jul 2010
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*******www.ChrisQueen****/CB/EASYGPA/mc Every college student can be a 4.0 Gpa student. Written by an actual College Professor, this new ebook shows how easy it really is to get a 4.0 Gpa with less effort! Full money back guarantee!... Find Out More Now: *******www.ChrisQueen****/CB/EASYGPA/mc How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa How to get a 4.0 GPA Grade Point Average Better Grades Improve Grades study help college gpa system college gpa study tips grade tips gpa ebook easy gpa
14 Jul 2011
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Save money and fix your car by yourself. Learn how to remove a radiator hose with expert car maintenance tips in this free auto repair video. Expert: Nathan McCoullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a Grade Point Average of 3.5 and received their craftsmanship award and honor seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers
11 Sep 2009
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!!All copyright goes to respective the artist and music label!! Video Created by: Blitz0911 Song: One less lonely girl Artist: Justin Bieber Website: *******www.justinbiebermusic****/ Official Youtube: *******www.youtube****/user/kidrauhl Bio: An old soul is the last thing you would expect to find inside Justin Bieber. But all it takes is one listen to the 15 year-old soul-singing phenomenon to realize that he is light years ahead of his manufactured pop peers. After posting dozens of homemade videos on YouTube in 2007, where the multi-talented Bieber put his impeccable spin on songs from artists like Usher, Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder, Justin racked up over 10,000,000 views purely from word of mouth. I started singing about three years ago, says the Canadian native who grew up an only child in Stratford, Ontario. I entered a local singing competition called Stratford Idol. The other people in the competition had been taking singing lessons and had vocal coaches. I wasnt taking it too seriously at the time, I would just sing around the house. I was only 12 and I got second place. In an effort to share his victory with his loved ones, Justin began posting his performance footage online. I put my singing videos from the competition on YouTube so that my friends and family could watch them, he says. But it turned out that other people liked them and they started subscribing to them. Thats how my manager found me. He saw me on YouTube and contacted my family and now Im signed! Seven months after Justin started posting his videos online, former So So Def marketing executive Scooter Braun flew the then 13-year old singer to Atlanta, GA to meet with his elite colleagues. As if Justins natural singing talent wasnt enough to impress Scooters inner circle, Braun knew Bieber was also a self-taught musician who plays the drums, guitar, piano and trumpet. Right when we flew into Atlanta, Scooter drove us to the studio and Usher was there in the parking lot, remembers Bieber. That was my first time ever being out of Canada so I went up to him and was like, Hey Usher, I love your songs, do you want me to sing you one? He was like, No little buddy, just come inside, its cold out. All it took was a short time online for Usher to realize he was in the company of a future superstar. A week later Usher flew me back to Atlanta, says Bieber. I sang for him and his people and he really wanted to sign me then and there but I still had a meeting with Justin Timberlake who also wanted to sign me. It turned out Ushers deal was way better. He had L.A. Reid backing him up and Scooter has alot of connections and is really smart. I always tease Usher now and remind him he how he blew me off the first time we met. In October of 2008, Justin Bieber officially signed to a joint venture between Usher and Scooter Braun's new label RBMG and Island Records. His debut album, My World is an intimate look into the mind of a budding young renaissance man. With production from star hit men like The Dream and Tricky Stewart who produced Umbrella for Rihanna and Beyonces latest smash, Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It), Justin has everything he needs to achieve pop supremacy. His first single, One Time produced by Tricky, is about one of Justins favorite topics, puppy love. Usher joins Justin on First Dance where the two share verses on a song that Bieber describes as, A slow groovy song that people can dance to. On the Midi-Mafia produced Down to Earth Justin digs deep to talk about growing up. Bigger finds the teenaged singer maturing at a steady rate, while motivating his listeners to strive for their goals. Im looking forward to influencing others in a positive way, says Justin. My message is you can do anything if you just put your mind to it. I grew up below the poverty line; I didnt have as much as other people did. I think it made me stronger as a person it built my character. Now I have a 4.0 grade point average and I want to go to college and just become a better person. A virtually untapped well of natural artistic talent, Justin Bieber is primed to be a solid force in music for many years to come. I think older people can appreciate my music because I really show my heart when I sing, and its not corny, he says. I think I can grow as an artist and my fans will grow with me. And just think, hes just getting started.
8 Jun 2010
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Otter (Tim Matheson) calls on his Delta brothers to empathize with "total loser" Kent Dorfman. TM & © Universal (2011) Buy Movie: *******www.amazon****/gp/search?ie=UTF8&keywords=Animal%20House&tag=movieclipscom-20&index=dvd&linkCode=ur2 Scene: A Real Zero - *******movieclips****/cTgJ7-animal-house-movie-a-real-zero/ Movie Details: Animal House (1978) - *******movieclips****/aGLt-animal-house-movie-videos/ Cast: John Belushi, Douglas Kenney, Tim Matheson, Bruce McGill, Peter Riegert, James Widdoes Director: John Landis Producer: Ivan Reitman, Matty Simmons Screenwriter: Chris Miller, Douglas Kenney, Harold Ramis Film Description: National Lampoon's Animal House is a 1978 American comedy film directed by John Landis. The film is about a misfit group of fraternity men who challenge their college's administrators. The screenplay was adapted by Douglas Kenney, Chris Miller and Harold Ramis from stories written by Miller and published in National Lampoon magazine based on Miller's experiences in the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at Dartmouth College (the character Pinto is a thinly veiled version of Miller, whose actual fraternity nickname was, in fact, "Pinto"), Ramis' experiences in the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis, and producer Ivan Reitman's experiences at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Of the young lead actors only John Belushi was an established star; several of the actors, including Tom Hulce, Karen Allen, and Kevin Bacon, were early in their careers. Upon its initial release, Animal House received generally mixed reviews from critics, but Time and Roger Ebert proclaimed it one of the year's best. Filmed for $2.7 million, it is one of the most profitable movies of all time; since its initial release, Animal House has garnered an estimated return of more than $141 million in the form of video and DVDs, not including merchandising. The film launched the gross-out genre. In 2001, the United States Library of Congress deemed Animal House "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry. This film was #1 on Bravo's 100 Funniest Movies. It was number 36 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs list of the 100 best American comedies. In 2008, Empire magazine selected Animal House as one of The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time. Plot: Two freshmen, Larry Kroger (Thomas Hulce) and Kent Dorfman (Stephen Furst), seek to join a fraternity at Faber College in 1962. They visit the prestigious Omega Theta Pi House's invitational party but are unwelcome. They then try next door at the Delta Tau Chi House ("I hear it's the worst house on campus"), where Kent's brother was once a member. They meet John "Bluto" Blutarsky (John Belushi), urinating outside the building. The Deltas "need the dues" and permit Larry and Kent to pledge. They receive the fraternity names "Pinto" (Larry) and "Flounder" (Kent). Dean Vernon Wormer (John Vernon) wants to remove the Delta fraternity from campus due to repeated conduct violations. Since they are already on probation, he puts the Deltas on "Double Secret Probation" and orders the clean-cut Omega president Greg Marmalard (James Daughton) to find a way to get rid of the Deltas permanently. After Omega member and ROTC cadet commander Doug Neidermeyer (Mark Metcalf) bullies cadet Flounder, Bluto and Daniel Simpson "D-Day" Day (Bruce McGill) persuade Flounder to sneak Neidermeyer's horse into Wormer's office late at night. They give him a gun and tell him to shoot it. Flounder does not know that the gun is loaded with blanks. He cannot bring himself to kill the horse and fires into the ceiling, but the noise frightens the horse so much that it dies. In the cafeteria the next day, Bluto provokes Marmalard with his impression of a popping zit. This starts a food fight that engulfs the cafeteria. Bluto and D-Day steal the answers to an upcoming psychology test. However, the Omegas planted the exam stencil and the Deltas get every answer wrong. Their grade point averages drop so low that Wormer only needs one more incident to revoke the charter that allows them to remain on campus. Undaunted, the Deltas organize a toga party, during which Otis Day and the Knights perform "Shout". The dean's drunken wife, Marion (Verna Bloom), attends the party at Otter's invitation and sleeps with him. Due to the party Wormer revokes the fraternity's charter, and their belongings are confiscated. To take their minds off their troubles, Otter, Boon, Flounder, and Pinto go on a road trip. Otter picks up some girls from Emily Dickinson College by pretending to be the boyfriend of Fawn Liebowitz, a girl who recently died on campus. They stop at a roadhouse because Otis Day and the Knights are performing there, not realizing that it caters to an exclusively black clientèle. The hulking patrons intimidate the guys into fleeing, leaving their frightened dates behind ("The Negroes took our dates!"). Things go from...
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The clip billy arrives Part 2 from Dad (1989) What were you doing down in Mexico? Semester break. A bunch of kids went down there. You look good. I think you've grown. Dad, you say that every time you see me. And I stopped growing two years ago. How's your mother? She's fine. In her third year of law, top of her class. It's embarrassing when your mother has a higher grade point average than you do but we're working that out. Send her my best. How about you? You know? How's business? You know. The same. You win some, you lose some. Knowing you, I'm sure you're winning more than you're losing. When you finish with that, you can wash it down with a piece of cake. He looks really good. What's been going on? Well, we've been spending a lot of time together. Quality time, huh? They say it's good for parents and kids. Maybe you and I should spend some more time together. Take it easy, Dad. Let's not get carried away.
28 Oct 2011
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Bluto (John Belushi) delivers a spirited, if historically inaccurate, speech to the Deltas. TM & © Universal (2011) Buy Movie: *******www.amazon****/gp/search?ie=UTF8&keywords=Animal%20House&tag=movieclipscom-20&index=dvd&linkCode=ur2 Scene: Bluto's Big Speech - *******movieclips****/RsJQ-animal-house-movie-blutos-big-speech/ Movie Details: Animal House (1978) - *******movieclips****/aGLt-animal-house-movie-videos/ Cast: John Belushi, Douglas Kenney, Tim Matheson, Bruce McGill, Peter Riegert, James Widdoes Director: John Landis Producer: Ivan Reitman, Matty Simmons Screenwriter: Chris Miller, Douglas Kenney, Harold Ramis Film Description: National Lampoon's Animal House is a 1978 American comedy film directed by John Landis. The film is about a misfit group of fraternity men who challenge their college's administrators. The screenplay was adapted by Douglas Kenney, Chris Miller and Harold Ramis from stories written by Miller and published in National Lampoon magazine based on Miller's experiences in the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at Dartmouth College (the character Pinto is a thinly veiled version of Miller, whose actual fraternity nickname was, in fact, "Pinto"), Ramis' experiences in the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis, and producer Ivan Reitman's experiences at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Of the young lead actors only John Belushi was an established star; several of the actors, including Tom Hulce, Karen Allen, and Kevin Bacon, were early in their careers. Upon its initial release, Animal House received generally mixed reviews from critics, but Time and Roger Ebert proclaimed it one of the year's best. Filmed for $2.7 million, it is one of the most profitable movies of all time; since its initial release, Animal House has garnered an estimated return of more than $141 million in the form of video and DVDs, not including merchandising. The film launched the gross-out genre. In 2001, the United States Library of Congress deemed Animal House "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry. This film was #1 on Bravo's 100 Funniest Movies. It was number 36 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs list of the 100 best American comedies. In 2008, Empire magazine selected Animal House as one of The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time. Plot: Two freshmen, Larry Kroger (Thomas Hulce) and Kent Dorfman (Stephen Furst), seek to join a fraternity at Faber College in 1962. They visit the prestigious Omega Theta Pi House's invitational party but are unwelcome. They then try next door at the Delta Tau Chi House ("I hear it's the worst house on campus"), where Kent's brother was once a member. They meet John "Bluto" Blutarsky (John Belushi), urinating outside the building. The Deltas "need the dues" and permit Larry and Kent to pledge. They receive the fraternity names "Pinto" (Larry) and "Flounder" (Kent). Dean Vernon Wormer (John Vernon) wants to remove the Delta fraternity from campus due to repeated conduct violations. Since they are already on probation, he puts the Deltas on "Double Secret Probation" and orders the clean-cut Omega president Greg Marmalard (James Daughton) to find a way to get rid of the Deltas permanently. After Omega member and ROTC cadet commander Doug Neidermeyer (Mark Metcalf) bullies cadet Flounder, Bluto and Daniel Simpson "D-Day" Day (Bruce McGill) persuade Flounder to sneak Neidermeyer's horse into Wormer's office late at night. They give him a gun and tell him to shoot it. Flounder does not know that the gun is loaded with blanks. He cannot bring himself to kill the horse and fires into the ceiling, but the noise frightens the horse so much that it dies. In the cafeteria the next day, Bluto provokes Marmalard with his impression of a popping zit. This starts a food fight that engulfs the cafeteria. Bluto and D-Day steal the answers to an upcoming psychology test. However, the Omegas planted the exam stencil and the Deltas get every answer wrong. Their grade point averages drop so low that Wormer only needs one more incident to revoke the charter that allows them to remain on campus. Undaunted, the Deltas organize a toga party, during which Otis Day and the Knights perform "Shout". The dean's drunken wife, Marion (Verna Bloom), attends the party at Otter's invitation and sleeps with him. Due to the party Wormer revokes the fraternity's charter, and their belongings are confiscated. To take their minds off their troubles, Otter, Boon, Flounder, and Pinto go on a road trip. Otter picks up some girls from Emily Dickinson College by pretending to be the boyfriend of Fawn Liebowitz, a girl who recently died on campus. They stop at a roadhouse because Otis Day and the Knights are performing there, not realizing that it caters to an exclusively black clientèle. The hulking patrons intimidate the guys into fleeing, leaving their frightened dates behind ("The Negroes took our dates!"). Things...
28 Oct 2011
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The clip Equikrom discovers Ronny Partiz Part 2 from Duplicity (2009) we're gonna need a hell of a lot more than his goddamn grade point average! You gotta get me his cream! Show me the cream! Dick, he went bankrupt overnight. It was a bust, okay. We don't think the cream is the answer here. So, Ronnie Partiz now goes deep underground. 2002, 2003, nothing. It's as if he doesn't exist. No taxes, no bank records, nothing. Then, two years ago, he walks into a bank in Atlanta and produces a $500,000 letter of credit and a business card from Formavale. Now, we've been working hard, we've been working fast and yet we can't find anything about Formavale. We don't have a vendor, we don't have an insurance company, we don't have anybody down there who knows anything about what the hell Formavale does. We're working these New York travel records. Howard Tully bouncing down to Dunwoody like a busboy. Yeah, and two days after Ronald Partiz sells Formavale Labs to B&R, three armored trucks pull up outside the building. Not only that, B& R sends a security detail down there to guard the load out, which takes place at night. And consider that B& R has yet to disclose their financial statements showing the acquisition. And then add the fact that Ronnie Partiz has been living for the last six months in a $10,000-a-day penthouse suite at the Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas. And the coup de grace, toss in the fact that he is playing baccarat whenever he's sober enough to make his way down to the tables to the tune of $300,000 a week. Duke, God damn it, you gotta stop waltzing around, and you have got to get on this guy.
14 Nov 2011
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The clip End of Delta from Animal House (1978) with Peter Riegert, James Widdoes She broke our date. Washing her hair? Dead mother. We're in trouble. The Jewish guys said our test answers were wrong. Every one? Those assholes must have stolen the wrong fucking exam! God, look what just creeped in. Well, well, well. Looks like somebody forgot there's a rule against alcoholic beverages... in fraternities on probation. What a tool! What was that? I said... what a shame... that a few bad apples have to spoil a good time... for everyone by breaking the rules. Put a sock in it... or you'll be out like shit through a goose. Yes, sir. Have you boys seen your grade point average yet? Have you? I have, sir. It's a little below par- It's more than a little below par. It stinks! It's the lowest on campus. It's the lowest in Faber history. Well, sir... we're hoping that our midterm grades will help our average. Laugh now... because you clowns have been on double secret probation all semester. Double secret probation? That means one more slip-up... one more mistake... and this fraternity of yours has had it... at Faber. That was pleasant. Nice of him to stop by. We must do something. He's serious this time. I think he knows about the exams. He's right. You're right. We got to do something. Absolutely. Know what we gotta do?
22 Nov 2011
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The clip The School Nurse from Risky Business (1983) You're right. You are absolutely right to respond this way. I did not have a doctor's appointment. But I will tell you exactly what happened. "Unexcused." You see, Nurse Bolan lf you write "unexcused," I fail two mid-terms. It'll wreck my whole grade point average! If you'd just stop and listen to me, I'll explain everything. The truth is, my parents are away, and I met this girl. A call girl, actually. She came to my house. Look, you're writing again! This is not "unexcused"! If you will just listen to me, then you'll understand, Nurse Bolan. Why? Why won't you listen to me? I had a doctor's appointment. Excuse me. It wasn't the girl, it was my father's car. I put my father's car into Lake Michigan and I had to get it fixed. Just give me a break. Let me put it this way. I have spent the last four years of my life busting my butt in this shithole! I'm sorry. I don't think I can leave until I get just a little compassion from you. What did he get?
22 Nov 2011
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The clip Interview for Princeton from Risky Business (1983) Excuse me. Can I help you? Are you Joel? Yes. Bill Rutherford, Princeton Admissions. I believe we had an interview scheduled. If this is inconvenient for you... No, sir. It's fine. Is it okay if I have the room? Also, could you catch the phone if anyone calls, please? I understand that you would like to attend Princeton. Yes, sir, very much. Well, fine. Let's take a look at what we have, shall we? Does this couch open? Lana, I'm in a meeting. We need the room. I need a few minutes, okay? Now, you've taken your SAT's already. Math: 597, Verbal: 560. Correct me if my information is inaccurate. Well, yes, but I was planning on taking those again. Fine. Now, your grade point average is 3.14. You class rank: 52 which places you in the 84th percentile. Is that correct? Joel, this is my cousin, Ruben, from Skokie. Can you get him in tonight? Not now, okay? He has to be back by 12:00. All right, later guys. Excuse me.
22 Nov 2011
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The clip taking shop from The Breakfast Club (1985) with Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald It's like me with my grades. When I step outside myself and look in at myself, you know... I see me. I don't like what I see. I really don't. What's wrong with you? Why don't you like yourself? It sounds stupid but... Because I'm failing shop. We had this assignment, to make this ceramic elephant. We had eight weeks to do it, and we're supposed... It was a lamp. When you pull the trunk the light was supposed to go on. My light didn't go on. I got F on it. I've never got an F in my life. When I signed up for the course, I thought I was playing it smart. I thought shop would be an easy way to maintain my grade point average. Why did you think it would be easy? Have you seen the dopes in shop? I take shop. You must be a fucking idiot. Because I can't make a lamp? No, you're a genius because you can't make a lamp. Do you know about trigonometry? I couldn't care less. No trigonometry, no engineering. No lamps, no light. So neither of you is any better than the other.
23 Nov 2011
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The clip delta house hearing Part 2 from Animal House (1978) with Mark Metcalf You'll get your chance, smart guy. Get on with it. Second, that for the fifth consecutive semester... Delta has achieved a deficient aggregate grade point average. Half the houses didn't make grades. You will speak when you're told to, and not before! Read. Third... that the Delta fraternity routinely provided dangerous narcotic diet pills... to its members during- That's not true! Not another word! ...during midterm examination week. And most recently... that a Roman toga party was held... from which we have received... two dozen reports of individual acts of perversion... so profound and disgusting... that decorum prohibits listing them here. These are the charges as recorded this day... 15 November, 1962. Faithfully submitted... Douglas C. Neidermeyer... Sergeant at Arms. Well done. Robert Hoover will speak for Delta house.
30 Nov 2011
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