Math Use Declines in Many Areas of the Country

I saw this confusing yet scary headline on Yahoo! News.  I was envisioning parts of the country where they no longer use addition or subtraction.  No more counting money, or miles, or hours.  Then I looked again and realized that it was meth use that had declined, not math.  Still, I got a kick out of envisioning what the decline of math use in some parts of the country might look like.

On another note, I turned my master’s thesis in today.  Whoo-hoo!  That means you can look forward to more posts on the sexual purity movement, drawn from the finalized thesis.  I know. You are the edge of your seats.

And I’m home from Nicaragua, but missing my friends there (but not the dust).  My hives (yes, I had five days of hives while there) are gone.  Great memories, even with the hives, remain.

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One Response to Math Use Declines in Many Areas of the Country

  1. I would be ready to believe that math use had decreased too!

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