Don’t be surprised when they bring a gun to school
that’s not even complicated you literally add 26 and 19 then simplify 2025 over 45 to be 45/1 then multiply 24 and 45 making it 1080 then add 1080 and 47 and unlock the iPad with the passcode 1-1-2-7 god bless
looks like we found ourselves a nerd
looks like we found someone capable of basic math
how is that basic math
this is basic math
Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.
Carson Huey-You is an 11-year-old child prodigy who is currently enrolled at Texas Christian University (TCU) studying quantum physics. He speaks Mandarin Chinese and plays the piano very well. He attends classes with his mother Claretta Huey-You who is also enrolled at TCU.
"According to NBC5 in Dallas, Claretta Huey-You said her son was reading books by the age of two and could add, subtract, multiply and divide by age three.
He attended high school aged five and also speaks Mandarin and plays Beethoven on the piano.
His intellectual capability at such a young age was described as “completely off the grid” and he scored both a high mark and impressive marks in his university admission interview.
TCU’s youngest entrant said he had managed to “make a few friends” in his first few days”
Great accomplishment Young Huey! This shouldn’t shock us though Africans were the first scholars and scientists on earth. It’s in our blood!
Continue to be Great Carson! #BlackExcellence #CarsonHueyYou #Genius #SancophaLeague
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You tell them Horton. Choose Life!
Dr. Seuss was pro choice, his wife still sues pro life organizations for using this phrase against their wishes (Horton was about post-WWII treatment of Japan, not abortion), and his estate still continues to donate to Planned Parenthood. so by supporting his works you’re subsequently supporting pro choice organizations. thanks! <3
An important analysis: “The book was written in 1954, long before Roe v. Wade[…] The Whos are not groups of cells, after all: they are sentient, independent people with their own society, even a mayor. Their small size is a metaphor, you see (trust the anti-abortion crowd to take a parable literally). Seuss is making a point about people who are different, and the ignorance that keeps others from metaphorically not seeing or hearing them.”