But what they mostly did for three-and-a-half hours each day was eat (breakfast, snack and lunch!), play on the playground, blow a few bubbles and watch cartoons including the, uhh, highly educational Scooby Doo and The Snorks. A couple of times, they did try to measure bubbles and compare which type of gum produced the biggest bubbles. But this was hardly a deep educational experience. As one parent said, we could have saved $120 and blown bubbles at home.
tweet about the second commandment. I have to admit, the only reason I started using Twitter was to get quick updates on Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline news last summer. But now I've branched out.
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