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A Field Trip to a Marlins Game


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We always went to boring ass Colonial Williamsburg.

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Ya Williamsburg was never that great of a field trip

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I hated that old colonial house smell too and the people who I think really thought they were in colonial Williamsburg

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Jamestown was even worse, not to mention many of the things mention on the 'tours' we went on were not historically correct

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So any ideas that would make this trip sound educational? It's gonna be a Junior class trip so it'd have to be like not centered around one class.

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When is the trip and is it during the school day?

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I'd like to go April 8th (wed) vs Philly at 1.

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So any ideas that would make this trip sound educational? It's gonna be a Junior class trip so it'd have to be like not centered around one class.

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When is the trip and is it during the school day?

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I'd like to go April 8th (wed) vs Philly at 1.

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8th is on a Friday. Anyway, if the class has to vote on it. Don't count on it. Pick something that everyone would like. If there was a trip to Cubs game, I wouldn't go unless it's against the White Sox, Marlins, or the Cardinals.

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There's no educational value to be had from going to a baseball game. I guess you can drop the problem kids out in the neighborhoods around Dolphin Stadium and tell them that's how they'll end up if they don't get a good education.

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There's no educational value to be had from going to a baseball game. I guess you can drop the problem kids out in the neighborhoods around Dolphin Stadium and tell them that's how they'll end up if they don't get a good education.

Baseball's the most educational sport of the 4 (well, 3 now) since it's so mathematically oriented.

 

And it shows you that failure 7 times out of ten is ok.

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There's no educational value to be had from going to a baseball game. I guess you can drop the problem kids out in the neighborhoods around Dolphin Stadium and tell them that's how they'll end up if they don't get a good education.

Baseball's the most educational sport of the 4 (well, 3 now) since it's so mathematically oriented.

 

And it shows you that failure 7 times out of ten is ok.

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It also teaches that cheating is ok as long as you claim ignorance.

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I can also say I am 99% confident the mean batting average for the starting 8 in 2005 will be between .251 and .318.

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i don't think you need math to do that

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Well I can say I'm 50% confident its between .277 and .291. Or that I'm 75% conident its between .272 and 296. Statistics is incredably easy.

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