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Greetings, all. Brand new here, but not new to chemistry and physics teaching, now in year 46... and still loving it. Twenty-plus years in public school, the rest in Christian private schools, both in New York and California. Also am an adjunct professor in a four year university. Moved to southern California from central New York in 1994. What a joy to keep my clubs in the truck all year round. Live in a place with our own 18-hole, par 3 course. Frequently play 3 balls for 3 holes with different clubs each time.
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