MSM 516: Hot Pot, Quail Eggs, And Going To The Can

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MSM 516: Hot Pot, Quail Eggs, And Going To The Can Summary: Welcome back to school. ClearMask as a potential retirement plan. Dave talks about the importance of Lesson Closure. Jokes: Advisory Eating Lunch To Go Around The World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPfXegudHdw Middle School Science Minute by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or davidbydlowski@mac.com) Lesson Closures Reports from the Front Lines The Twitterverse #mschat every Thursday at 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. And as Troy says, “The Twitter never stops!” Resources: #46 – Do bigger animals take longer to pee? 3 more CER examples based on FUN science https://www.realsciencechallenge.com/46-more-cer-examples/#annotations:zeC_DgmbEeyjuQeEVnQ0fg AXIS - The Culture Translator The D'Amelios Are Here What it is: TikTok’s biggest star, Charli D’Amelio, will take on a (slightly) bigger screen with a reality show based on her family, debuting on Hulu today. Why it could be the new Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Charli, her sister Dixie, and their parents started out living an ordinary suburban life in Connecticut just a couple of years ago. That was until Charli’s dance videos on TikTok turned her into a breakout star with countless brand deals and promotional contracts. The D’Amelios aims to explore how the family navigates the dynamics of TikTok fame. It’s a very similar premise to Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which touted the concept of “family above all” as it followed the daily doings of the California-based clan. But while KUWTK turned one family into stars, Charli and Dixie don’t necessarily need a television show to become more famous. It’s unclear why, exactly, the D’Amelios feel the need to even do a show like this, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be a significant amount of young fans tuning in and comparing their own family to what they see on TV.

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