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Thank you for your continued support of Mr. B Ed Tech Blog. Today, the blog hit over 8,000 views from all over the world. I never thought that this blog would take off like it has considering that I have not devoted any resources into advertising for this blog. That fact that so many of you have found this blog is astounding. Please remember to "like", "share", and "subscribe".

And now for some useless information on the number, 8,000.

From Wikipedia

8000 (eight thousand) is the natural number following 7999 and preceding 8001.
8000 is the cube of 20, as well as the sum of four consecutive integers cubed, 113 + 123 + 133 + 143.
The fourteen tallest mountains on Earth, which exceed 8000 meters in height, are sometimes referred to as eight-thousanders.[1]

And a somewhat humerous trailer for...

If the Oregon Trail Game was Made into a Movie


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