One of the the aspects of high school that I remember with a bit of a smile are my science classes. I have always had a liking to science, if for nothing else but the questions that it would continue to offer. My chemistry class was probably a bit more fun (besides the fact that I was always partnering with a classmate that looked like a nice cross between the short-hair edition of Toni Braxton and Monica) since I got to play with elements that were essentially pretty dangerous. In the past years, I’ve heard from teens that they don’t get as much a chance to play with the dangerous chemicals that we used to play with, and that its generally not as fun since most of their work is analysis of someone else’s experiences rather than logging experiments of their own.
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