on whether I should go and visit him on Friday. He told me he wanted to see me. And he wanted to make up for the promise he broke: To come and give me a goodbye hug and say bye, on my last day of school. But it wasn’t his fault. I forgot to tell him when was my last day. I probably haven’t seen him much after the break up, which was almost a year ago. But I guess I should take this chance. But I’m poor. And I need money to get there. He offered to pay for my transportation going home. I told him he didn’t have to. But he said he wanted to. So I thought that was sweet. I’m just figuring whether or not I should go and see him. Because He has plans with his Vanier Fam and he said after they go out for lunch, he wanted to spend the whole afternoon with me. But I’m not even sure if my parents will let me go.. D; BLAH. But I kinda do wanna see him :$.
Oh man, the things this kid does to me >.>
DAY TWENTY-EIGHT: I spent my friday well :)
I forgot my camera … But k anyways.
I had my vocal exam today. Sang Forever Endeavor - Ryan Bandong. And I think it went pretty well. After, I went home, changed, ate jello, then headed for the bus stop.
I missed like two busses. But once I got on a bus, I was all ready set. I went to Stc to meet up with Kaiser, Lourdes, Grace, Aavon, Brian, Janiri and Reilly. I had a good time with them. & Word. Kaiser lost his wallet, so we had to go on a journey. But we found it :).
So Aavon and Grace has to go. But the rest of us bussed to Kaiser’s Mom’s Bf’s house. And we chilled there. Lourdes was legit on tumblr the whole time. So jokes. And Reilly started playing Brotherhood. And it ruined the whole game for me. I was so confused. But then I played a bit. and So did Janiri. And Kaiser just sat there on the couch with me like the lazy fool he is. :) But I had fun at Kaiser’s base with all of them :D
Afterwards, I was heading home, but made a quick stop back to stc. I met up with Laurenz at Wal-Mart. And he brought me to the rest of the guys who were eating McD’s at Wal-Mart. So It was nice seeing Laurenz, Jerome, Daryl, Brian, Raey, Peter, Bronson, Marcos, and others :). Been long times since I’ve seen them, too.
I got home at 7 PM. But that s’alright. I’d say I have a pree good friday :)
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Varitronics Unveils the VariQuest Cold Laminator 2510, the Latest Addition to the VariQuest Visual Learning Tools Suite
Plymouth, MN (PRWEB) August 09, 2011
Without using heat or even electricity, educators can protect and preserve instructional aids more easily than ever before with todays launch of the VariQuest Cold Laminator 2510 from Varitronics, a leading manufacturer and supplier of products that support visual and tactile learners. Plus, the Cold Laminator 2510 does not release fumes and is safe for use by all members of the school community, including students.
The newest addition to the suite of VariQuest Visual Learning Tools the Design Center 1000, Cutout Maker 1800, Poster Maker 3600 and Awards Maker 400 the Cold Laminator 2510 provides all of the original features of the previous model, the ProFinish Cold Laminating System, with a number of customer-requested enhancements to improve efficiency and eliminate waste in laminating visual supports, artwork, cutouts, tests and other instructional resources.
With VariQuest Visual Learning Tools, our goal is to create products that support educational excellence and improve teacher efficacy in schools around the country. A cold laminator saves teachers valuable time and protects a schools investment in visual learning resources, said David Grey, vice president and general manager, Varitronics. As a result, schools save precious resources, student achievement is enhanced by powerful visual learning tools and teachers have more time to focus on instruction.
The Cold Laminator 2510s dual-sided laminate allows for trimming to the edge, without risk of separating, and without bubbling or wrinkling. Aligning 23-inch poster paper or two 12- by 18-inch sheets of construction paper is easy with the new input guides, saving educators time spent lining up posters and documents, as well as eliminating the need for trimming after lamination.
Paper loading is now a breeze, with no additional space required for long posters and banners and they will consistently slide straight through the equipment. This new Cold Laminator is also a space saver for schools. Counter space often at a premium in school workrooms is available for other projects, as there is no need for extra space on either side of the Cold Laminator 2510 because of the new input and output hooks, which securely hold rolled posters or banners. It is compatible with all types of VariQuest Poster Maker paper, both heavyweight and lightweight construction paper, and all types of computer-printed media including laser, inkjet, color and thermal in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses.
The VariQuest Cold Laminator 2510 is available for a MSRP of $ 1,995 through authorized VariQuest dealers. For more information, visit http://www.variquest.com/cold-laminators.
Varitronics and VariQuest are registered trademarks of Varitronics, A Brady Business
Varitronics, A Brady Business, provides education technology products and solutions that help improve student achievement and teacher effectiveness. Varitronics latest product suite, the VariQuest Visual Learning Tools, includes the Design Center, Cutout Maker, Poster Maker, Awards Maker and Cold Laminator, and is powered by proprietary VariQuest Software featuring thousands of curriculum-aligned templates and graphics designed specifically for schools. Together, VariQuest Visual Learning Tools allow students, staff and administrators the ability to quickly and easily create customized posters, banners, manipulatives, cutouts, award plaques, and stickers that help bring their lessons and activities to life. For more information about Varitronics or VariQuest, visit http://www.variquest.com.
About Brady Corporation
Brady Corporation is an international manufacturer and marketer of complete solutions that identify and protect premises, products and people. Bradys products help customers increase safety, security, productivity and performance and include high-performance labels and signs, safety devices, printing systems and software, and precision die-cut materials. Founded in 1914, the company has more than 1 million customers in electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing, electrical, construction, education, medical and a variety of other industries. Brady is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., and employs approximately 6,600 people at operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Bradys fiscal 2010 sales were approximately $ 1.26 billion. Brady stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BRC. More information is available on the Internet at http://www.bradycorp.com.
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