I don’t really know how I should be numbering these posts. Oh well. I met with my mentor for the first time today! If I had to describe it in extremely brief terms, I would say it was 100% satisfactory and 90% less awkward than I thought it would be. My mentor, Moses, is friendly […]

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(This post is for fun, it’s not one of the obligatory answering-questions posts.) I got a little excited about my project so I did some baking on my own. Chocolate chip cookies (I modified the recipe a little bit)! I’ve made these before, so I decided to create a warm-up post to get the wheels turning. […]

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Bonjour. I hear you ask: Who are you and why are you here? Well, this my answer be: My master scheme years and years ago was to fool the cardinal into thinking I was a representative of the queen, and lied that the queen wanted to buy a diamond necklace, but wished no one to […]

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And here it comes: Our final “big” project of the year! For my first ever In-Depth project, I’ll be embarking on a journey of learning how to “cake” and decorate. The reason I say “cake”, not “bake”, is because I’ll be specifically honing in on the skill of baking cakes and decorating them to be […]

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This text has been translated from français to Anglais (excepting a few expressions and terms.)   Je m’appelle Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Rémy, and I stand by my view that Marie Antoinette may brûle en enfer. Some context: Mon père (father) is the illegitimate (but, legitimate enough, I say!) son of King Henry II – therefore, in my veins trickles […]

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  As indicated above, the theme I chose to express from Hamilton was “True good versus evil does not exist.” If that isn’t clear enough, basically my point is that nothing and no one is ever 100% pure or 100% evil. My examples were The conflict between Hamilton and Burr, the conflict between Seabury and […]

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