Thursday, September 3, 2020

Economics in the City

Mrs. Bennett is either a secret Sex in the City fan or she's really, really into National Skyscraper Day. Either way, she's likely to keep her students' attention (for once) if she's going to teach dressed like that.

Also on this day in 1970, Vince Lombardi died of cancer. I have it on good authority (fine, Kevin. I have it from Kevin, okay?) that he definitely did not go to hell.

Fanfic Update!
  • Bearing the Summer, by Lady Evil (part 7): "Daria couldn’t let things end this way. She had to see Jane, to beg forgiveness for whatever it was she did."

  • Burned Out, by Wrabbit7 (part 23): "Jennifer looked up from the book she was reading, and took in the sight before her. Daria sat, stooped over her notebook, writing."

  • Danny Morgendorffer, by ST91 (part 50): "Over the next two hours, Heather showed Daniel and Quinn much of the college. Daniel, however, considered himself anything but satisfied."

  • Lawndale High: The Next Generation - season 1, by Peridaniel (part 6): "The bright September morning sun shown over Lawndale, many kids basking in its light as they enjoyed the final fleeting moments of summer before they were to go to school that morning."

  • The Show Must Go Off, by Kristen Bealer (part 1): "The end-of-day bell had rung half an hour ago, but the halls of Glenfield Middle School were still surprisingly full. Over two dozen students were milling around outside a door with a sign that read 'PLAY TRYOUTS HERE.'"

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