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Well, up here in Mahasarakham (educational pearl of the northeast) it dropped to 13.5 degrees C last night (56.3 degrees F).
As long as we’re talking units I might as well drop a couple good links here:
- The Thai Meteorological Department’s page for Mahasarakham (more accurate than any other weather page out there for this area; I’ve checked them all)
- Converber – A standalone unit converter supporting tricky Thai units like rai
Last week it got about this cold so we put Max in between us at night. For the first time since I was a kid, I had a bed peeing dream; you know the kind where you see the toilet very clearly right in front of you and it feels so relieving when the pee starts flowing in beautiful rivulets into the bowl… I woke up very suddenly in the middle of the night, slightly damp and convinced I’d peed myself. Of course, Max woke up to tell me how funny it was that he’d peed all over me and the bed. Don’t ask me how he bypassed his extra large sleepy-time diaper; the kid’s a damn prodigy or something.
This question has been bothering me since I started teaching a couple years ago. In my head I have a pretty good idea what makes a good teacher, and I can sit in on a class and immediately tell whether a teacher is effective or not, but it’s still difficult to form an answer with which I’m completely satisfied.
It was interesting to see Malcolm Gladwell’s take on this in the New Yorker: Most Likely to Succeed
The orange spoon (sometimes used as shamoji, so the title is accurate, besides, “two shamoji, one spoon” sounds kinda like an unforgettable internet meme if you know what I mean) is the absolute killer of the bunch. He can throw it real hard, too.
>> generate your own sicko ideas here