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message 1: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Argue HERE.
Professor Laszlo will be responsible for this topic.


message 2: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
In Chicago, most public(CPS)schools have an hour and a half longer day. Yay or nay?


message 3: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments NAY. Any more school than necessary is ludicrous unless they're learning something really important in that time.


message 4: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
What type of important thing would you suggest?


message 5: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
More science, more history, what?


message 6: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Science is what I would suggest but math is probably more practical.


message 7: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Ok.
I saw this one that I very much liked,
"Should nine year olds read the Hunger Games?"
Yay or a Nay?


message 8: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
I would have to say Yay.


message 9: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Laszlo wrote: "I would have to say Yay."

I've never read the book.


message 10: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Neither have I.


Prof. River Song/ Xochil (ProfRiverSongXochil) | 109 comments Have you both never read The Hunger Games, or was that a bad joke?


message 12: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments I've never read it.


Prof. River Song/ Xochil (ProfRiverSongXochil) | 109 comments You should!!


message 14: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Ok.


message 15: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Which system is better for landing a robot on the moon; Skycrane, traditional rockets, or airbags?


message 16: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Airbags.
And airbag can both support your landing and, I think, act as a rocket.


message 17: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments But there are no rockets. With no means to slow down, the airbags would bounce unpredictably in the moon's low gravity.


message 18: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
They would slowly run out of air while cushioning the fall until they stopped.


message 19: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Hmm...


message 20: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments But what if the load they were carrying was really heavy? They would provide no support and the payload would be crushed.


message 21: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
You never said what the airbags were made of.


message 22: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Normal material.


message 23: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
That is not specific enough, so I will say threads of titanium alloy. It will be supported.


message 24: by John (last edited Oct 07, 2012 06:46PM) (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments What about Vectran?


message 25: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
How about undecided.
I am an engineer(not really), and I would choose titanium alloy.


message 26: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Expensive. What's the cheapest material that would still work?


message 27: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Just any, cheap metal, but the strands would have to be thicker.


message 28: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments What about the Skycrane?


message 29: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
You could do that, I guess.


message 30: by Monkeyduels (new)

Monkeyduels | 404 comments is anyone allowed to post an argument?
or is it just Lazlo?


message 31: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Anyone, but the Professor is in charge.


message 32: by Monkeyduels (new)

Monkeyduels | 404 comments Alright!


message 33: by Monkeyduels (new)

Monkeyduels | 404 comments Jumping on a trampoline to jumping on a bed.


message 34: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
You go first.


message 35: by Monkeyduels (new)

Monkeyduels | 404 comments i think tramps r bouncier but beds are nicer if ur a kid trying to defy ur parents.
my vote goes to tramps.


message 36: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
Beds.

They are comfortable.


message 37: by Kggelen (new)

Kggelen Awesomeness (Katie77777) | 1529 comments WAIT!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU SAID YOU HAVE NEVER READ THE HUNGER GAMES?!?!?!?!?!?! *STARTS HYPERVENTALATING*. OMG! WHAT ABOUT DIVERGENT? THE IRON FEY? PERCY JACKSON?


message 38: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments Yes, all of them are awesome.


message 39: by Kggelen (new)

Kggelen Awesomeness (Katie77777) | 1529 comments The Percy Jackson books? Have you read Mark of Athena yet?


message 40: by John (new)

John The Totally Awesome | 322 comments No, but I'm about to.


message 41: by Kggelen (new)

Kggelen Awesomeness (Katie77777) | 1529 comments Oh. Tell me when you're done.


message 42: by Laszlo, The Professor (new)

Laszlo (Steampunk) | 1849 comments Mod
I like Percy Jackson. Have you ever read John Green?


message 43: by Kggelen (new)

Kggelen Awesomeness (Katie77777) | 1529 comments I've never read his books, but I've heard of him.


message 44: by Kggelen (new)

Kggelen Awesomeness (Katie77777) | 1529 comments GRRRRRRR!! I'M ARGUING!!!!!!!!! ABOUT... something...


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