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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

A recent picture of Trig


He still looks like Levi, but now I see a little of Sarah in him too.  I'm not saying Trig came from Levi and Sarah, but he is more likely Bristol's as Bristol does look like Sarah in some pictures.

MALOE has been debunked according to Gryphen's detective work, she claimed Trig was Dylan Klovig's.

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  1. Yes, he's wearing his medal for "Accelerated Reader" performance, according to Sarah. If anyone knows anything about the program, the kids are tested via computer after reading a book from a list. Since he is in 1st grade, one would think that he would have to have read the book, understood it, logged into the computer, found the questions, understood them, and chosen the right answer. Hopefully, he did. But since he can't eat solids or use the bathroom, I have my doubts. And I thought Sarah was against handing out medias to everyone just for participation?
    By the way, I see He-Man Toad was 18th in his big manly race, seven hours behind the leaders. Well, I'm sure he'll get a hug from Sarah and a nice check from his sponsors for his 'great effort' out there in the wilderness.

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  2. i thought Trig was non-verbal except for saying "bullshit"? isn't that what piper the trig whisperer was all about? i wonder who logged into the computer and did his work for him...

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  3. Gryphen didn't debunk MALOE. He made an assumption that Maloe doesn't exist because the post she sent at 4:30 didn't apparently come from Wasilla. Maloe never said she lived in Wasilla or even in Alaska. There are relatives in Washington and Idaho. Also, it is very easy to change your location in a variety of ways. I would say there is no definitive evidence either way.

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    1. MALOE was not the first person to say Dylan was Trig's dad. I've read that in comments on his blog for 8 years. I do think MALOE was not who she claimed, but that does not mean her info was all untrue.

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    2. I agree about Dylan Kolvig. One of the pictures of Dylan looks very much like Trig.

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  4. Trig could participate in the Accelerated Reader program if it was modified for him; an aide/teacher could read him the questions (after someone read him the book), and enter his answers. Or, if he's non-verbal, but can answer yes/no questions, the program's questions can be modified so they can have a yes/no answer. It's a lot more work, but helps SpEd kids be included & educated. This is what most of my son's teachers did for years.

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  5. Just how 'recent' is this picture? There are cut out snowflakes hanging from the ceiling. Wouldn't that be more likely before Christmas?

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  6. I am always interested to see pics of Trig. I think there is some deception about his age, and that Tripp is the older child.

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