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[S1E9] Class Pre-Union Fix

With Cory playing General Washington and Minkus playing King George, Mr. Feeny tries to stir up some lively discussion on history but Cory doesn't really care. He's more interested in his future which leads Feeny to assign the class their own personal history. They have to imagine what their lives would be like in 20 years, including personal histories leading up to it. Shawn plans to go to their class "pre-union" as a tire salesman since that's what his dad does and he's familiar with the work. Cory gets his mom to help him make all the props for his fabulous future as a center fielder for the Philadelphia Phillies. Morgan interrupts them and reveals that she traded Amy's necklace for a plastic one. When Amy calls the mother of Stephanie, the girl Morgan made the trade with, she finds that the mother refuses to give back the gold necklace.

[S1E9] Class Pre-Union


Mr. Feeny assigns the class to write about what they think their 20th class reunion. Cory's hopes of being a professional baseball player are dashed by Mr. Feeny and Alan gets Jim Abbott to come and give advice to Cory.

Mr. Feeny has his class predict what their lives will be like by their class reunion. When he gives Cory an incomplete, Cory gives up on his dream of being a center fielder, until his dad realizes just what he needs.Meanwhile, Morgan trades her mother's gold necklace for a plastic one and has to get it back.

"In Season 1, during the 'Class Pre-Union' episode, Mr. Feeny stated that they were going to be the 'class of 2000' when they graduate high school. Somehow they ended up being the class of 1998 when they actually graduated."

"Their romance is one of the most important stories of the whole show, but when did it even start? The first season showed them as two kids who were classmates but didn't totally get along. Then they had their first kiss at the lockers. Later on, the show claimed they were best friends and basically dating since they were toddlers. They even said their first kiss happened on the playground, but we know that isn't true!"

During a morning briefing detailing possible phenomena for Enterprise NX-01 to visit, T'Pol mentions two stellar phenomena nearby. Mildly impressed, Archer asks her to continue. Trip Tucker chimes in to mention an M-class planet on their course with five hundred million life signs. Excited, Archer takes Enterprise into orbit around the planet.

Major Charity Adams was the first African American women to be commissioned into the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps after graduating from the first WAAC officer candidate class in 1942. Mary McLeod Bethune, member of President Roosevelt's "Black Cabinet," along with the First Lady, established a 10 percent quota for the WAAC.

Class is the official podcast of the National Political Education Committee of the Democratic Socialists of America. We believe working people should run both the economy and society democratically to meet human needs, not to make profits for a few. Class is a podcast where we ask socialists about why they are socialists, what socialism looks like, and how we, as the working class, can become the ruling class.

The social psychologist Robert Cialdini is a pioneer in the science of persuasion. His 1984 book Influence is a classic, and he has just published an expanded and revised edition. In this episode of The Freakonomics Radio Book Club, he gives a master class in the seven psychological levers that bewitch our rational minds and lead us to buy, behave, or believe without a second thought.

Charles Koch, the mega-billionaire C.E.O. of Koch Industries and half of the infamous political machine, sees himself as a classical liberal. So why do most Democrats hate him so much? In a rare series of interviews, he explains his political awakening, his management philosophy and why he supports legislation that goes against his self-interest.

This is a joke from "New Student Starfish." In the episode, Mrs. Puff asks Patrick to introduce himself to the class, and he says "24" instead of his name. Later, SpongeBob and Patrick whisper to each other, and SpongeBob thinks of something funnier than 24. Patrick wants to hear it, and he says "25," causing both of them to crack up with laughter.The quote, along with the scene of SpongeBob and Patrick in boating school, is often used in scenarios that mention the number 25. It is often referenced in instances where the number 25 is relevant, such as a 25th birthday cake.

This is a scene from "New Student Starfish." During class, Patrick tosses SpongeBob a picture he drew, depicting a rather ugly obese-looking Mrs. Puff with the words "Big Fat Meanie." When Mrs. Puff sees this, she takes on the same appearance as the drawing and says "As if I really look like this!," then puts the picture in a drawer with other ugly pictures of her inside.

This is a quote from "Band Geeks." Patrick asks Squidward if mayonnaise is an instrument.The scene has become a classic meme on the Internet, with Patrick saying: "Is __ an Instrument?" and Squidward responds, "No Patrick, __ is not an instrument," having the word "mayonnaise" replaced by another random word.

This is a scene from "Prehibernation Week," where Incidental 4 is shaped into a square, during Sandy's search for SpongeBob. He uses SpongeBob's classic catchphrase, "I'm ready!." Sandy replies with "No, you ain't" as she clearly knows Incidental 4 isn't SpongeBob. The meme is used to show when someone thinks they are about to do something, but are being told they can't. 041b061a72

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