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November 02, 2008

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Carrie K

I want your DVR. Not enough to get my own yet, but want.

Mother Ship, check. It sounds like fun! See how the kids feel about the clunky side effects. It's the computers that do me in.

Vera

I love my DVR. It changed the way I watch television.

Luni

Ray Bradbury has always been one of my favorite authors, ever since I first read his stories in school. I've even got a couple of autographed books from a signing he did at USC a few years ago. (I didn't get to go, but a friend got the books for me.) I haven't read "All Summer in One Day". I'll have to see if I can find it. Thanks for the suggestion.

jillian

Once you go DVR, you will never go back :)

Marie

Don't forget the end of Unit potluck celebration with a "To Serve Man" theme.

Just had my Comcast DVR system installed this weekend too. Not sure if I like it better than Dish Network, but the On Demand is pretty cool.

Nancy

Can I come take your class?

I love Ray Bradbury and All Summer in One Day is one of my favorites.

I love my DVR too;)

Robbyn

Oh man - what I would have given for a teacher to indicate that science-fiction was anything other than second-rate dreaming and not really literature at all!

You go girl!

Katie

You have some very lucky students! Plus, it seems that you're finding a lot of inspiration while teaching, which is great. There are many days when I miss the creative side of teaching...

I'm a guide at the Bradbury Science Museum in Los Alamos (named after Norris Bradbury), and you would be amazed at how many visitors come hoping to find a museum dedicated to Ray Bradbury. I hope we don't disappoint them too much! :)

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