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Today we are discussing skills that need to be brought back from the 1970 Code; monkeypox; science fairs; 5 Things I’d Never Do trend; USAG tweet; Greg Marsden’s call out re Roe v. Wade; advice for moving to a new country and learning a new language; Classic Roster; western pleasure; saving our democracy; incorrect deduction for out of bounds at Pan Ams; Iowa Pork Queen; monetary fines instead of deductions; Fluff Database. We’ll also answer your questions live, read your excellent letters.Please login to your Club Gym Nerd account to listen and/or watch this episode. Not a member? Join here.
- Who: Jordyn Freakin’ Wieber! Olympic Gold medalist, all-around World Champion, Arkansas head coach… national treasure!
- When: August 19th, Friday–festivities will begin at 11:30 a.m. (EDT)
- Where: At Nationals in Tampa, FL
- Virtual tickets now on sale for everyone.
- Club members have early access to in-person tickets and they will go on sale for everyone later this week
- The theater is half the size as our last show, so we expect the in-person seats to sell out. So club members… don’t wait.
International gymnastics is very confusing 🙂 In Scandinavia we call a side aerial a ‘schmetterling’, which means ‘butterfly’ in German ♀️
What do you call this? https://youtu.be/86zz9w-2-mU?t=16
By the way, I hate butterflies after having to kill them and pin them down for science class. One night I woke up in the middle of the night by a creepy sound: It was one of the butterflies walking all over the board with a big pin through its stummick 🙁
this exact thing happened to me – 1975, couldn’t graduate junior high without 8th grade bio and 8th grade bio required creating an entire board of bug specimens. I had a huge monarch that would not die. Still traumatized. A curricula tailor-made to make impressionable young women (think they) hate science.
We in Germany are not as wimpy as people in the US. So we do not have AC. 😉 Ilka
always thought the same but this summer taught me otherwise. Also: Brust! 😀