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At 1:20pm on November 9, 2010, Katlin Dougherty said…
I'm glad! I can not even begin to explain how stoked I am to join the class and trip!
At 5:40pm on January 5, 2010, Brooke West said…

SO I've tried to post a link on here like 5 times and it hasn't let me... :-/ So I think I 'm just going to do it the old fashioned way. This was on the Yahoo home page today! :) I hope this works :P
At 10:42am on October 8, 2009, Gary Paolillo said…
Thanks Sean! Gary
At 10:44pm on August 16, 2009, Brett Gilpin said…
Need any help? I'll try to help if it's physically possible.
At 10:40pm on August 16, 2009, Brett Gilpin said…
Did you get a chance to check out my unfinished blog yet, or have you just been in over your head.
At 10:36pm on August 16, 2009, Brett Gilpin said…
I do like how the pictures of everyone are big on the front page though. Are you working on it at the moment or just over a while that started today?
At 10:32pm on August 16, 2009, Brett Gilpin said…
By the way. I have to say that I love the new layout of the site. I find the white to be kind of bright though. I like it all, but maybe not white? Or an off-white or something?
At 3:16pm on August 16, 2009, Morgan Wacker said…
Mr. Nash I still have yet to receive any information about what I have missed in the two class periods that I was out of town for, and what I need to be working on for the class. And also when you would like me to return the laptop and when the next class meeting will take place, so I can also get that day off from work.
At 2:04pm on August 16, 2009, Jessica Foster said…
ya i was also wondering when and where to take my computer back. and when our next class was so i can ask off from work.
At 1:21pm on August 10, 2009, Bryce Shields said…
hey Mr. Nash I'm back in town from new g and i am wondering when you would like me to bring the computer by.
At 4:47pm on July 21, 2009, paula toalson said…
ok ill probably give it to jennifer before i leave and shell give it to you. i have started the book and my powerpoint is on the slideshare website
At 1:20am on July 21, 2009, paula toalson said…
hey what do i do if i know i will no be at the next class?
At 9:53am on July 2, 2009, Jeremy Tyler Rae Larsen Barber said…
This is my slideshow hope you enjoy it

At 12:14pm on June 3, 2009, ricky maddox said…
Looks like another good year. Good Luck!
At 11:40am on June 2, 2009, Lauren King said…
At 11:25am on June 2, 2009, Lauren King said…
Yea. I hit add comment and my phone dinged with your email. All I could think was perfect I look incompetent now.
At 10:57am on June 2, 2009, Lauren King said…
Hey Nash. I have my paper signed. I just have absolutely no idea where you live. Do you want me to scan it in my computer and email it to you?
At 6:45pm on May 31, 2009, Brett Gilpin said…
The Flobots do some of the best music I've ever heard, but I actually like a lot of others. I have about 4 favorite artists.
At 1:21pm on December 15, 2008, Terra Younger said…
Hmmmm LOVE the hat Nash ;-)
At 9:35am on September 26, 2008, Sue Waters said…
Glad I have you excited about it all. Let me know what interests you and I'll see what I can do.







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