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March 30, 2010

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And look at that shine! (Sorry, couldn't resist.)

I also don't like the "and" in "global and smart kids" -- a comma would make more sense.

What is a "global and smart kid" anyway? An army brat whose family moves to a different country every few years but who still manages to get good grades? Or do they mean a "globally smart kid", a little Leonardo, able to tackle with equal ease questions about non-Euclidean mathematics, pre-Columbian Meso-American art, microbiological computer modeling, and the sociology of human trafficking? Can we at least hope for a kid who can write a comprehensible meaningful sentence?

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