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Old 01-25-2016, 08:54 PM
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This is PACT. Projects what they would make on the ACT. Said he would score somewhere between 31-33. Isnt perfect score 34 Fatty?

Damn if I know. I didn't get that close.


My youngest daughter scored a 30 on it and that was way higher than I could have done. Oldest made Dean's List which I never accomplished either.


I was thinking that projected to be up there. Great job lil quick!
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Old 05-18-2016, 09:30 PM
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Tonight was the high school awards at JMA. Cody topped last years results! He won highest avg in all 6 subjects! Had a perfect 100 avg n Calculus, History and English. This kid has a bright future if he keeps working as hard as he does. Proud of Him!
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Wow Kevin! I know y'all are proud of him!
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Old 05-19-2016, 07:06 AM
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Smart kid for sure.
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Old 05-19-2016, 07:10 AM
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Ms. Dempster, Ms. Grant, coach Marchman, Mr. Prestridge, and Ms. Baarda sure are proud
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Ms. Dempster, Ms. Grant, coach Marchman, Mr. Prestridge, and Ms. Baarda sure are proud
Update for you on Coach Marchman. He is in the early stages of Alzheimers, or at a minimum has dementia.

http://www.macon.com/news/local/news...e30136086.html
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Old 05-19-2016, 08:02 AM
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Yeah I heard that. Sad. He was a really nice guy, coached me for 3 years.
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Old 05-19-2016, 10:18 AM
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Yeah I heard that. Sad. He was a really nice guy, coached me for 3 years.
One of the best for sure. Great coach and super nice man.

He and my mom are both going through this. Sad situation to experience and watch.

He was one of our PE and football coaches at River North when I was there and I can still remember him yelling "Yard Apes, fall in line"
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Sorry to hear about your Mom Darin.
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Sorry to hear about your Mom Darin.
Thanks Tommy.

It is rough, but I have it easy compared to my brother and Dad since they are with her much more than I am. She gets frustrated and loses her ability to reason so she lashes out at them. When I see her, which isn't nearly enough, she acts calm and reasonable.
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Thanks Tommy.

It is rough, but I have it easy compared to my brother and Dad since they are with her much more than I am. She gets frustrated and loses her ability to reason so she lashes out at them. When I see her, which isn't nearly enough, she acts calm and reasonable.
Sorry to hear that bud. Im so afraid Im gonna be dealing with it with my mom sooner or later too It runs in her side of the family and I feel like sometimes I can tell that my mom is starting toward it herself.

She even told me a week or so ago that she really hopes shes ok and her mind is all there for the next cruise October 2017.
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Alzheimer's is on both my Mom and Dad's side. My Dad's first cousin just got diagnosed with it 5 months ago. He's only 61yrs old...
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Update for you on Coach Marchman. He is in the early stages of Alzheimers, or at a minimum has dementia.

http://www.macon.com/news/local/news...e30136086.html
I did not know that Darin. Sad deal. He has done a great job assisting JT Wall the last few years coaching football. Sure hope he is able to coach next year!
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Sorry to hear Fatty. My family and my wife's family has dealt with it and I expect we will again in the next 10 years. My wife is seeing some minor signs in her mom but it's just a little forgetfulness so no biggie yet. I hope "they" find a cure, it's a horrible condition for the person and their friends/family.
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