Let's blame it on the Moon

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Let's blame it on the Moon

Postby Cardu on December 6th, 2006, 9:22 pm

I have been teaching for 12 years, however I have worked with lots of "old timers" and they sware the full moon truly sets the kids in our classes off. I never believed it. It's true. My students were so off the wall yesterday and today and boy was that moon huge last night.
I am wondering if that is why so many of us are "fretting" this week (including myself)?
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to blame it on the moon? LOL
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Postby tewest99 on December 6th, 2006, 9:57 pm

Let's pass legislation
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Postby Moeygirl on December 7th, 2006, 8:34 am


My preschool kids were NUTS on Monday!!! That's when we had a full moon and I've always heard that it affects them for a couple days before and after. The moon controls the tides and we're what 80 some percent water? Strange.


BTW- My BFS has been really bad the last couple days too. ? Hmmm....
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Postby MaryY on December 7th, 2006, 1:07 pm

I second the motion !!! :D
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Postby Chris swl on December 8th, 2006, 4:46 am

Hi Melissa
I sat under a full moon last night to see if anything would hapen.
Apart fron the hair growing on my face, the claws on the end of my fingers, and my teeth growing 5'' in lengh, oh! and the howling, everything seemed normal. My wife said i'm like that all the time!

Seriously now, I have read that the moon can have an effect or people.
If it has a magnetic/gravity force that can move tides in the sea, it must have some power behind it.

To gravitate is to be moved by a gravity of force towards the pull.
As we are made up of water,carbon/iron etc this must have some inpact on the moons gravitation. So you may have someting in what you say.

Good luck to all with BFS/BCFS
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