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Joey M
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  • Murrysville, PA
  • United States
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Hometown:
Pixburgh
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FR United States
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student
About Me:
My name is Joey M.

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Posted on October 8, 2011 at 12:25am 3 Comments

Well hello there fellow flat classroom mates. My name is Joey M. I really look forward to working with yall on these projects. S/O to Roger C and Joe P and Benny C. I am a pretty comical kid. lol

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At 2:02am on October 28, 2011, Suzie Nestico said…

Hi Joey,

I need you to please change your profile picture as it is a copyrighted image.  If not, we'll have to suspend the account until we can get it changed.  Can you please do so as soon as possible?  Thanks so much!

Thank you!

At 4:53am on October 18, 2011, CaitlinS_REC said…
Hey Joey i'm in your group!
At 6:44am on October 8, 2011, Suzie Nestico said…
Hi Joey!  Nice to meet you.  Welcome to the Flat Classroom Project.  What do you think so far about Thomas Friedman's global flatteners?  I am a teacher in eastern/central PA and my students will be participating along with you all, as well.  Just curious...  I teach social studies and geography here in Pennsylvania.  Where is Pixburgh?  I can't find it anywhere on a map.  Help me out?
At 12:29am on October 8, 2011, Ben Clarkson said…
Whats up Joe!!! how are you today? lolz
At 12:28am on October 8, 2011, Ben Clarkson said…
Whats up Joe!!!! how ya doin?
 
 
 

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