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On one side — I’ll call them the good guys — are board president Bob Benevento and former teachers Donna Ruebusch and Ron Woolf. On the other –I’ll call them the disrupters — are Gerard, banking veteran Gino Borgioli and contracts manager Rick Badillo. Ostensibly, the fight began in August, after the board voted to move sixth-graders to middle schools. Upset at that move, a parents’ group began a recall movement against board president Benevento. A lot of folks, however, believe the real target is Superintendent Steve Betando, who governs with the consent of the good guys (Alas, there is a confusion of “B’s” in this tale, all ending with a vowel.).

And that brings me to Gerard, who mixes the vocabulary of an adult with the impulse control of a seventh-grader, In a mocking Oct, 13 email to his fellow disrupters and parents, he wrote this about his fellow trustees (I’ve added explanations for his nicknames), “Watch them do their little 10 ballet shoes charms, dancer charms, ballerina charms, shoe charms (1-1124) dance! Bozo’s (Benevento’s) little spin move just like a cheerleader when he prances from one trustee’s chair to the next, passing illegal notes, Woolfy’s (Woolf’s) elephantine lumbering out of the board room to go to the pisspot every time it’s my turn to speak,”..

“Bully PJ’s (Porter-Jensen’s) big ass catwalk through the middle of the audience as Slimy Stevie (Betando) licks his chops as he watches her from behind as the parents’ jaws drop when they see her slut shoes,”. “And Rubbish’s (Ruebusch) classic fingernails-scraping-the-chalkboard-voice as she asks Bozo (Benevento) what’s the vote about three times before finally voting to let Slimy Stevie (Betando) get off after stealing $23,000 in public funds.”.

At the board meeting, Roger Knopf, a man with a long and commendable record of serving the schools, stood up to demand Gerard’s resignation, “David Gerard has exposed himself as a bully,” Knopf said, Addressing Gerard directly, he added, “You are unfit to continue to serve as a trustee.” A burst of applause followed, For the moment, the board seems locked in a 3-3 power struggle, It could not decide whom to appoint to fill Porter-Jensen’s vacancy, It could not decide 10 ballet shoes charms, dancer charms, ballerina charms, shoe charms (1-1124) who should be the next board president (For the moment, Benevento is filling the role)..

C. Japanese. 2. One of the oldest living trees on earth is a 4,800-plus-year-old bristlecone pine in Northern California named for what Biblical figure?. B. Methuselah. 3. Speaking of foods with Q: The quahog (or quahaug) clam is the official state shell of which state?. A. Connecticut. B. Massachusetts. C. Rhode Island. 4. Which astronomer is mentioned in Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”?. A. Nicolaus Copernicus. B. Galileo Galilei. C. Johannes Kepler. D. Isaac Newton. 5. Which U.S. Founding Father was born on the Caribbean island of Nevis?.

A, John Adams, B, Alexander Hamilton, C, John Hancock, D, John Jay, 6, “The children were nestled all snug in their beds/While visions of sugar plums danced in their 10 ballet shoes charms, dancer charms, ballerina charms, shoe charms (1-1124) heads” comes from a poem by whom?, A, Lewis Carroll, B, Emily Dickinson, C, A.A, Milne, D, Clement Clarke Moore, 2, B, That old tree is named for the very old Biblical figure Methuselah, 3, C, The quahog is the official state shellfish of Rhode Island, 4, B, Galileo is mentioned in Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”..

But the skyrocketing cost of Bay Area housing and the needs of a growing world-class university are threatening this unique and beloved corner of the Stanford campus, where the 1950s-era Escondido Village community of 400 low-slung apartments, patios and parks may be torn down to make room for 2,400 new units in much taller and denser buildings. The project, still in the planning stage, will make it possible to house 75 percent of all Stanford graduate students on campus, up from 55 percent now. The construction is necessary because the expense of off-campus rentals, although subsidized by the university, creates stress for many graduate students, said Patricia Gumport, the vice provost for graduate education.

The university now subsidizes 800 students in 21 Bay Area communities, Moreover, the university says, the number of single 10 ballet shoes charms, dancer charms, ballerina charms, shoe charms (1-1124) graduate students is climbing, while the number of families declines, “Increasing our capacity to house more graduate students on campus is a critical need for the university,” Gumport said, Grad students taking advanced-study courses and doing research often toil late at night and on weekends, making it important to live on campus, she added, Families, which have been told they may need to move out in June, will be relocated to comparable housing with access to courtyards and playgrounds during construction, the university said, Officials say they don’t yet know how long construction will take..

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