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Re: Speaking of respect...names


From: Donald Arcement (arcement_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jul 25 2003 - 11:19:39 PDT

Linda, you are truly a genius! I wish I had thought of this myself. I am
so honored to be associated with a brilliant and, may I say, enterprising
woman like yourself. Surely you have contacted someone about this brilliant
idea!!! I know most teachers would probably like the idea... Also,
wouldn't we save the awkward feeling we experience when we have "misplaced"
that name and face connection? Thanks for such a great laugh, today I
needed to laugh!


Idus in southern Mississippi

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Subject: RE: Speaking of respect...names

> Stream of consciousness thought for the day regarding trying to remember
> all of those NAMES in our lives:
> I don't know why we don't all just have our names tattooed on our
> foreheads at birth. They would expand as our skin grew larger to
> accommodate those of us who now need reading glasses to read small
> print. Everyone would have their name on their forehead so nobody
> would think anything at all about it. There would be no more bangs