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I think that Trek is best viewed chronologically by whole series.

Star Trek
Star Trek films 1-6
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: Deep Space 9
Star Trek Generations
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Nemesis
Enterprise

The Animated Series should be put off until never.

I disagree with Olson's counsel on Deep Space Nine. The Dominion War story arc--the greatest long story arc in all of Trek--should not be broken up.
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We own a couple Spheros in my makerspace and they are very impressive. The programming app is very suitable for elementary age students.

One of my colleagues owns the BB-8 Sphero. It is a true wonder. It really does move exactly like BB-8 from the movie.
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This is one of the better D&D alignment chart adaptations that I've seen. They really make sense, particularly Lawful Evil.

I try to be Lawful Neutral, but sometimes drift into Chaotic Neutral.
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They keep an eye on the minibar when tending to Americans in their thirties and forties—they’re considered the partiers of the hotel, likeliest to plow through the booze.

I believe it.
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I'm working on a similar invention. I made a huge batch of borscht--too much to eat in a day. So I froze meal-sized amounts. That got me thinking: could I freeze borscht into popsicle molds? Dip the frozen borscht-sicles in sour cream and there's a new summer treat.
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Oh, wow! Thank you, Miss C!

This stained glass project took a long time. Because of the shapes of the glass, I had to spend far more time grinding than I wanted. I had to be especially careful with the black glass, as I had depleted the stock of every Hobby Lobby in town of it.

Right now, I'm saving up for a scroll saw. I plan to turn Ninja High School comic book covers into jigsaw puzzles, glue magnets on the backs pieces, then mount them framed sheets of steel.
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My grandfather grew up in a small town in Mississippi. He was offered a job in Vicksburg, but was warned by an elderly relative that the town was terribly sinful place. You could buy whiskey there! And there was even gambling on the river! No decent young man should go to such a Sodom and Gamorrah.

So he moved to New York City instead.
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