heheheh we were talking about the endocrine system in biology. I felt so smart... Dr. D "What is the hormone produced by the pancreas" Me: Insulin! Dr. D "And what does it do?" Me: "Regulates blood sugar!"
Thank you baby-sitters club. Then he drew a diagram saying that insulin helps lower blood sugar and glucogen (or something like that i need to look at notes) raises it.. all the while.. thinking... Stacey's blood sugar went low... they gave her insulin... HUH???
Post by sweetvalleygirl99 on Apr 7, 2008 18:48:21 GMT -5
Lol, I was in my newspaper class one day and the editor was asking us what we know about diabetes because she had to write a story about it and I was like, "I learned about it from the Baby-Sitters Club!" Nobody knew what I was talking about, except my teacher who is in her 20s and also read BSC growing up lol ;D. I was on a random person's myspace today and her about me said she was an SMS graduate lol ;D.
Haha! My high school was SHS just like the high school in Stoneybrook (My middle school would have been SMS too, if I had lived closer to it). I understood diabetes in biology and my health science class, because of the BSC!
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Post by nothingtolose18 on Apr 7, 2008 19:29:23 GMT -5
Heh, there was a point in my life that I was convinced that I had diabetes, because of Stacey. Also scoliosis because of Anna, I clearly remember telling my mother about that and that I thought I had it (bad back one day, I guess : lol.
Ok so in painting class we're learning about still lifes (still lives? somehow that doesn't sound quite right) and the one we're doing in class right now is made up of various food items we brought into class, which includes a trail mix bar and an open bag of Doritos.
I simply couldn't bear to tell my teacher that this is an obvious rip-off of Claudia Lynn Kishi's 'Disposable Comestibles,' a Pop-Art Multi-Media Extravaganza!
Coincidentally enough, this week I also put together a presentation on Andy Warhol in this art history class I have, and we all know that his greatest accomplishment was inspiring Ms. Kishi to create this masterpiece. I just hope that her parents weren't home when the documentary got to the part about certain films of his... (or maybe I should, considering the hilarity that might ensue)