â€¢ If you believe in your heart or in your conscience that 2+2=5, does anyone else have the right to tell you that youâ€™re wrong? Explain why we should avoid judging other peopleâ€™s mathematical operations.
â€¢ Fractions are divisive. Can you think of better ways to express a quotient, without using divisive fractions? Is division something we should strive to do with numbers anyway?
â€¢ Explain why the labeling of numbers as either â€œpositiveâ€ or â€œnegativeâ€ is discriminatory, hurtful, and a manifestation of the bigotry of value-ism. How would you feel if you were labeled a â€œnegativeâ€ number? What can you do to help end this kind of discrimination?
QS: An Opus film had been announced awhile back – what is its current status? Are plans for it to be live action or animated?
BREATHED: Wonderfully dead. As it shall remain.
QS: Doonesbury was a musical – why not Bloom County?
BREATHED: The first part of that question is the answer.
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The latest offering in the rapidly overflowing strategy genre is hard evidence that strategy games need a real overhaul, and fast. Chess, a small-scale tactical turn-based strategy game, attempts to adopt the age-old “easy to learn, difficult to master” parameter made popular by Tetris. But the game’s cumbersome play mechanics and superficial depth and detail all add up to a game that won’t keep you busy for long….