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Date registered: October 4, 2011

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  1. Midnight Musings: The I of id — July 24, 2008
  2. Kaden: Seeking Aid! — June 11, 2008
  3. Academia: Age of Intelligence — June 9, 2008
  4. Kaden: A few quick updates — May 30, 2008
  5. Academia: Grade Inflation — May 27, 2008

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Jul 24 2008

Midnight Musings: The I of id

Author’s note: At the time of this writing it is past the Witching Hour, and thus I am completely within my legal bounds to disregard all responsibility for the content and, more specifically, the coherency of the following. I don’t make a hell of a lot of sense on a handful of hours of sleep. …

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Jun 11 2008

Kaden: Seeking Aid!

Hey readers! No attempting-to-be-insightful blog posts today, I have a straight-up favor to ask. I was supposed to write something for this contest hosted by Urban Fantasy Writers. The goal was to re-write a historical speech (i.e., “I have a dream”) with an UF twist. I need a speech. Any favorites? In particular, I was …

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Jun 09 2008

Academia: Age of Intelligence

by Kaden Darez, Senior Teen Correspondent for En Tequila Es Verdad. Author’s note: I was going to save this for a Carnival. Looking over it, I don’t really know if it has a point or not. It was something I typed up a while ago. So I’m posting it. The age of intelligence. Anyone here …

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May 30 2008

Kaden: A few quick updates

Hey bloggers! Well, our wonderful hostess should be picking from the dozen or so options for a banner for the Carnival right about now. In the meantime, a few orders of business. I wanted to post the fourth segment in the Academia series, but I don’t know what to say. I don’t want to bore …

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May 27 2008

Academia: Grade Inflation

Academia Series:Part OnePart Two In the world of business economics, inflation is defined as a general increase in the cost of goods and/or services. In education, grade inflation is the general rise in the expected standard grade level of students, which is accompanied by an uneven difficulty in achieving said expectations. Everyone is familiar with …

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May 25 2008

A Re-Introduction

Well, it seems that I’m not such an incompetent blogger as I thought! It seems that one of our host’s friends, George, took notice of my “Candidates and Classrooms” post – it was mentioned over at Decrepit Old Fool. I am flattered for the mention, and my thanks go out to the author! One minor …

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May 24 2008

Academia: AP vs IB

Thank you for your comments on my last entry, “Candidates and Classrooms”, and reading one of them mentioned the value of the AP classes. So here’s my spiel: AP, or Advanced Placement, is indeed a very beneficial path to take during your high school career. I might have considered taking a few of the tests, …

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May 23 2008

Academia: No Child Left Behind

Hello, readers! It seems that I have neglected my promise of a weekly update. I recently asked our wonderful host for some ideas of topics that I might be able to comment on. I am only 18 years old, and never had much of a mind for politics, so most of the discussions here go …

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May 08 2008

National Language

Good morning, afternoon, evening, or night, depending on when you catch this. This is my debut post as Kaden Darez, the Official Senior Teen Correspondent here at En Tequila Es Verdad. I had some great scene worked up where my first blog post here as co-blogger (really a sub-blogger; Verdad is Dana’s home, I’m just …

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