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Sunday at the Movies (Miss USA on Math)

September 25, 2011 by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at 08:57 AM

Picking up on the math theme from a few posts ago on lack of good instruction and curriculum, here's another one of those satirical Miss USA videos that somehow eerily ring true.

HT Hypatia

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You can’t fool me Doretta - you must have gotten this mixed up with the previous post:-)
This is the CBC “experts” at work again isn’t it?

Posted by Chuck on 09/25 at 04:52 PM

Funny, Chuck!
Wow!  What bright futures these gals will have with their completely undeveloped minds and mediocre faces & bodies!  They’re like listening to three-yr-olds.

Posted by Bev on 09/25 at 07:30 PM

Thanks for this Monday morning entertainment!

Posted by Stephen Hurley on 09/26 at 03:02 PM

I didn’t find this funny Mr. Hurley:  these contestants are from middle class America, whic is our biggest trading partner.  Don’t you get it?

Posted by Bev on 09/26 at 05:53 PM

Oh my. This is a satirical response to the Youtube video of the Miss USA contestants being asked, “Should evolution be taught in schools.”

Watch that one first, and I think you’ll get it cheese

Or was your comment tongue in cheek?

Posted by Stephen Hurley on 09/26 at 06:50 PM

OK.  Actually, I’m the one who gets it now, Steve.

Posted by Bev on 09/26 at 07:54 PM

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