The annual Jackson Prep musical showcases the talents of many Prep students.
State-of-the-art lighting and sound, beautiful costumes, and professional set design can be found in these Broadway-level productions.
He constantly twitches because of all the coffee he drinks - and because of the "healthy" sprinkling of locally brewed meth that his parents keep putting in it. Hot-headed like Wendy (though not very concerned with feminism and politics), she also tends to come into conflict with Cartman. She was originally one of the minor female classmates and a part of Wendy and Bebe's group of friends, but became one of the leading characters, and the leading heroic character, in Season 20."I guess you win, huh, big shot?!If you really are any kind of important to anybody, then get your bullshit food critic ass to the south of town and face me!It's implied that he has bad behavior, and is referred to as "the biggest trouble-maker" in his class by Eric Cartman in "Tweek vs. He also has a habit of flipping people off, whether to express disdain toward them or not.Acts as the leader of a rival group to The Boys at times, usually consisting of himself, Token, Clyde, and Jimmy (or Tweek). A constantly nervous and paranoid boy with wild blond hair. She once hated her breasts when she started developing them early (and caused the male 4th graders to turn into perverted, mindless apes), and was once attracted to Kyle Broflovski because she thought he had a "sweet ass".Families choose Prep because they want more for their children.
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The District Attorney’s Office and state Attorney General’s Office is still investigating those claims. Slomsky said the lawyers could file a new round of briefs in the matter, probably six weeks from now, before he rules on whether the case will move forward.
A brief dispatch from the never-ending war between the Philadelphia City Commissioners and the Committee of Seventy/Philadelphia 3.0.
Seventy and 3.0 refiled it a week later in Common Pleas Court and lost there, too. This week, they lost again, when the Commonwealth Court affirmed the previous ruling. “We’re disappointed in the Court’s decision,” said Committee of Seventy CEO David Thornburgh said in a statement Thursday.
“But this particular lawsuit focused on just one of many serious problems with the Office of the City Commissioners.
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