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Goats and Soda

Computer Teacher With No Computers Chalks Up Clever Classroom Plan

Owura Kwadwo Hottish, a middle school teacher in Ghana, has found a way around the problem. He literally draws the computer screen on the blackboard.

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Businesses Duck And Cover As Trump Says Trade War Is 'Easy To Win'

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Detour Damu The Fudgemunk
Sandusky Uncle Tupelo

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As Milk Prices Decline, Worries About Dairy Farmer Suicides Rise

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Black Mud Black Keys
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Wash Calexico

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Who Wants To Arm Teachers? Republican Men

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Bound Do Make Say Think
Welcome to the Club Brian Tyler
Orchids (Instrumental) The Shacks

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Lucy Dacus Finds Comfort In Loss On 'Historian'

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Next Of Kin Lucy Dacus
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Of the Mountains Dan Deacon
Elegy for Gump Worsley The Weakerthans
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Computer Teacher With No Computers Chalks Up Clever Classroom Plan

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Chase Me [DVD] Hexstatic
Ethio Invention No. 1 Andrew Bird
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Dark Eyes Calexico, Iron and Wine et. al.

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For The Second Week, The Flu Epidemic Has Eased

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Attack the Doctor Blockhead

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Italy's 5-Star Movement Leads In Polls, But Some Past Supporters Vow 'Never Again'

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Futura Battles
Malunguinho Abayomy Afrobeat Orquestra
O Rosto no Espelho DJ Dolores