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Class Notes - 11/21/14

11/21/14 - Class Notes

This class we are going to be discussing multiple things from the textbook. Re-read some of the sections you discussed later to make sure you understand all of it. In order to get back to the site once the teacher goes away, simply hit the close button at the top right next to comments and share. If you are the teacher and reading this, cut the kid a break - if your class was more interesting this would have never happened in the first place.

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Tiger Woods Mannequin – Made of Condoms!

This is probably the worst way ever to promote safe sex.

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  1. [...] With Wood’s return to the arena of golf (pronounced course) in less than a week, much debate is raging in bars prominent institutions across the country about whether he will be able to bring it to the holes as he has so many times before (12 times to be exact). [...]

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