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In the states, you can leave high school at age sixteen.

Some European countries, at least German countries, have the option of replacing high school with apprenticeship programs. I know I did not have a clue what I wanted to do when I was in high school.

James' mother never even started high school, because she was pregnant with him at only thirteen. Her family protected the both of them. This was a different era, although I don't doubt it still happens. Granted, that is an emergency circumstance.

James' mother was the youngest of fourteen children. I remind people of her. I do not physically resemble her, and I had children much later in life. It's some notable personality traits that we have in common.
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Ah, hello again Prue. Nice to hear from you again. Smile

I stuck with high school until graduation. There were times when I wanted to drop out due to stress and bullying, but I made it through and ended up graduating and going to college.
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Hump day.
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Audrey has internet again. Yay. Smile

I ordered the exact same USB WiFi adapter, and this time, I need to be a bit more careful when messing about with Audrey's USB setup. I think I pushed the antenna a bit too far and broke the internal board last time.
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My reaction to the AmGirl BeForever launch, mostly:
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TGI Friday.
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I'm sure some of you are wondering, who is Mimi, the cute little brown poodle in my avatar and signature?

Well, she's a cute little brown poodle that appeared in the 2000 PBS Kids show "Clifford, the Big Red Dog".

The issue? She wasn't a main character at all. She didn't live on Birdwell Island, and only came there when her owner, a photographer lady, visited the island. She first appeared in the episode "T-Bone, Dog About Town", where T-Bone, one of Clifford's friends, falls in love with her at first sight. The next episode she appears in is "Big Hearted T-Bone" in season 2. And really, those are the only two episodes she actually shows up in, unless you count a brief fantasy sequence and cameo in "Doghouse Rock".

Even though Mimi may have been meant to be just a one-off character, they could have featured her in a few more episodes and developing her character a little bit more rather than just have her as T-Bone's love interest. I'm sure they could have written up good material featuring Mimi making friends with the others.

Alas... it wasn't meant to be.
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blaH
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"Gain Ground" is a very underrated strategy/action game.

I mastered the Master System port. Now I must take on the Genesis version.
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weekend
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