What size type do you use on the board?
Yeah I'm bored...I use 8pt type.
Are you sure she's not from Milwaukie?
I think I'd like to visit Milwaukie some day.
<I've been studying for the LSAT by taking practice tests... the analytical reasoning (logic games) section is really starting to piss me off. If anybody is bored and wants to torture themselves, they should look up a few of them and give them a shot.
They say you have 8 minutes and 40 seconds to finish them on the actual test and I haven't finished one in under 14 minutes yet. It's a good thing I still have 7 weeks to work on them.
By Liz Raftery,
ALF is making a Hollywood comeback -- this time on the big screen. Sony Pictures Animation has landed the rights to the 1980s sitcom and plans to make a CG/live action hybrid feature film, like it did last year for The Smurfs, The Hollywood Reporter reports. Neither a director nor a writer has been announced for the project, but puppeteer Paul Fusco is set to return as the voice of the titular creature, whose initials stand for Alien Life Form. Fusco will collaborate with ALF creator Tom Patchett and Jordan Kerner, who produced a similar movie adaptation for The Smurfs last year. ALF, which ran on NBC from 1986 to 1990, revolved around ALF's adventures with the suburban Tanner family, who adopted him after he crash-landed on earth.
Each of seven toy dinosaurs, an iguanadon, a labeosaur, a plateosaur, a stegosaur, a tyrannosaur, an ultrasaur, and a velociraptor, is completely colored either green mauve, red, or yellow. A display is to consist entirely of exactly five of these toys. The display must meet the following specifications: 1. Exactly two mauve toys are included. 2. The stegosaur is red and is included. 3.The iguanadon is included only if it is green. 4. The plateosaur is included only if it is yellow. 5. The velociraptor is included only if the ultrasaur is not. 6. If both the lambeosaur and the ultrasaur are included, at least one of them is not mauve. QUESTION: Which one of the following could be the toys included in the display?
a) the lambeosaur, the plateosaur, the stegosaur, the ultrasaur, the velociraptorb) the lambeosaur, the plateosaur, the stegosaur, the tyrannosaur, the ultrasaurc) the iguanadon, the labeosaur, the plateosaur, the stegosaur, the ultrasaurd) the iguanadon, the labeosaur, the plateosaur, the tyrannosaur, the velociraptore) the iguanadon, the labeosaur, the stegosaur, the ultrasaur, the velociraptor
a and e can be eliminated immediately (ultra and velo can't be both included, see rule #5).
d can be eliminated because the steg isn't included (see rule #2).
c can be eliminated (ig is green, plate is yellow, steg is red, lamb and ultra can't both be muave).
What's so difficult?
That one wasn't too bad... the problem is there are 4 or 5 questions for each setup and set of rules. You have to answer all of the questions in under 9 minutes and some of them are pretty tough.
Once I draw the diagram of the possibly scenarios I can get through the questions pretty easily. I just have to get faster at them.
How romantic...or creepy??
And I follow that up with this...
I just signed up for an online class through edX.
I think this is going to be a big deal. And I'm a sheep.
My brother is taking a couple classes through Coursera right now and really enjoys it.