From an article about getting your child off to college.
Here's what I remember of my college application process. At some point, I went to the library and researched some schools to go to. I also got a postcard in the mail for a women's college. I sent away for more information. The information arrived and I applied. I asked my teachers for recommendations, I filled out the forms, I wrote and proofed the essay. I got a money order for the application fee which I paid for out of my Pizza Hut earnings. I got in. I showed my parents the letter and asked if I could go. They said yes. I went. I did not have SAT prep classes, (in fact, I did quite poorly on the SAT and then tried harder on the ACT) I did not have my parents reminding me of my various deadlines. I wanted to go to school and I did what I had to do to go. Do these children who need the post-its and reminders really want to go to college? Maybe the college application process is the time to find out just how badly they want to go. By letting them do it themselves.
I don't think there really is such a thing as Poncho Perfect.
(That said, I kind of like the purple one in the middle.)
Did Jeremy Renner really have a desk when he was in the middle of filming "The Avengers"? Does it come standard in his trailer? What else does he do at his desk during filming?
I guess maybe he could, but I think this is lazy writing, employing a cliche instead of using description. Standards people. Standards.