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« on: February 19, 2005, 12:17:44 AM »
Well, I must say that traditional conservatism has been gone since the major uphevals of the 60s and 70s only to be replaced by a more progressive reactionairy conservatism. For example, the traditional conservative favors high tariffs, isolationism as well as the current corporate welfare, high military spending and more federal control of national development(i.e. morality legistlation). With this new message of progressive reactionairy conservatism that started in the 1980s, many Americans have rallied to the progressive ideals of liberal foreign policy and free trade. However, what brought many Americans to the fold of progressive reactionism has been an increased interest in national development as the courts have nullified much of the national development plans at the federal and state level. However, this has built a population of civil libertarians that may be able to build a counter-reaction if the progressive conservatives succed in some of their national development plans.
« on: February 18, 2005, 06:29:26 PM »
Well, pessimistically, I got a 148-149, about a 40th percentile. Realistically, I got like a 152 or a 153, about a 60th percentile. Optimistically, I got like a 156 or 157...perhaps a 70th percentile.
8 10 12
15 17 18
15 17 19
16 17 20
54 61 69
« on: February 18, 2005, 06:25:48 PM »
Well, gee, thanks. Its hard to understand why there are always so many online who boost of almost incredible achievements.
« on: February 18, 2005, 04:48:02 PM »
Lol, yeah. Let's just hope its not all of this work for nothin'. But maybe there will be a full staff, lets hope. I got world that on December it took 13 days for it to come out. So, yes. This up coming week or the next. One could also assume that they have more streamlined communications, providing no budget cuts.
« on: February 18, 2005, 04:44:23 PM »
Well, I think I did alright on the RC and very well on the arguments. I think I got like two-thirds right on the 1st arguments and RC. I also think that on the second arguments I must have gotten like three-forths right.
On the games, I did really well on the hats and guessed "D" on the Teachers. On the rock concert I must have nailed two of the first three and two of the others and nailed 2 or 3 on the ruck sacks.
6 5 6 5- So out of this I must have gotten-
3 2 1 4- for about 10.
So I will be looking for a 10,17,19,18 for a 64 or a 154.- I need a 150 and would like a 155 though.
Because my wish list looks like this
Univesity of Wyoming (home town)- Possible-148, Probable-151
Stetson Univesity- Possible 151, Probable-157
Penn State- Possible 151, Probable 154
Vermont- Possible 149, Probable 152
Syracuse- Possible 150, Probable 152
Franklin Pierce- Possible 150, Probable 152
Denver- Possible 155, Probable 160
and I have three safety FTTs-
Thomas M. Cooley- You know- 145
Western State Doable-145 Assured-147
Barry- Possible-145 Probable-148
For most people this may seem like this list is for pussies, but I am only 19 years old and haven't had the best of a life. SO BACK OFF!! RARRGGHH!!
« on: February 17, 2005, 06:33:12 PM »
D was mine
« on: February 17, 2005, 05:03:29 PM »
I agree. I beleive that's what I did as well.
« on: February 17, 2005, 02:45:38 PM »
Well, I am assuming that I got
10 on games.
37 on arguments.
16 on reading.
63 in total, perhaps giving or taking 3. So, really. I want to know what would be between a 60 and a 65.
« on: February 17, 2005, 11:23:05 AM »
« on: February 17, 2005, 10:20:18 AM »
Well, I know that last December tests came back earlier and perhaps it will happen again.
One thing you could do is just sort of close yourr eyes and copy and paste the score onto your wallpaper and BAM! There it will be all over your screen!
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