“Anonymous User 138: by far the easiest test so far
Anonymous User 136: really?
Anonymous User 138: yep. if you don’t study there will still be stuff you don’t know, but it’s not by any means like some of the other ones
good luck everybody!
Anonymous User 138 has left.
Anonymous User 129: That’s awesome!!!! Thanks!
Anonymous User 124: Te quiero, Anonymous User 138. Tenes un lugar especial en mi corazon”—This is why I love Google Docs. This is the conversation that happened on a collaborative review sheet for a Spanish 341 test about the politics and culture surrounding La Segunda República y Guerra Civil, El régimen de Franco, y el reinado de Juan Carlos I. (for some reason Tumblr won’t include accents or apostrophes)
It’s Day 38 and Bee Money just found himself with a full stomach. Yesterday a hungry man on the street got a mouthful of bran muffins. What could happen tomorrow? Well, if you’re following the 101 Happy People Project it’s likely you’ll check back to find out. Don’t know what that is? Here’s the lowdown.
One day a young male BYU student was running along the Provo River Trail and came across a $100 bill that said, “Pick me up I’m Yours.” Instead of spending the money on himself, this kid went to the bank and opened up a checking account with a special deal that doubled his money. Now he’s started this project with the intent to help 1 person each day on a budget of $2. So follow the blog and find out some cool ways that you can help out a fellow Provo-ian with a low budget. (For instance, he’s donated several times to the Provo born NGO Tipping Bucket which funds development projects around the world.)