Many parents believe [including my Mom] that listening to music can distract you, and slow you down. But I have never thought that. Whenever I do math out of a textbook, I like to put on music so my family quarrelling in the background doesn't distract me, because whenever I hear talking, I listen in … Continue reading Should students be allowed to listen to music in headphones while studying?
There is a blogger that I know is trying to go to camp but doesn't have all of the money, she sells some stuff, and if you would like to read about here is the link. She doesn't want to pressure anybody, but if you see anything of hers that you would like to buy, … Continue reading Camp fund for a friend
This is a very important question, as the modern culture is heavenly influenced by celebrities, and their actions do change the way people see certain things, and I feel that this question is more relevant now than at any other time. There are now so many instances of famous people's actions drastically changing the future, … Continue reading Should celebrities face harder punishment when committing a crime?
The world is now crumbling to bitsright outside my own door.The ground is all fire and pitsas the earth is becoming no more, As death envelops the landscape I sing a peaceful songI don't look for any escapeas I know I won't live for long But I have no fear for a reasonFor I know … Continue reading My poem of Hope and Faith
I have been a homeschooler for all 16 years of my life, so my opinion is slightly biased, though my parents were in public school, and after they observed it for their entire education they decided that homeschooling would be better for us. I am going to give some needs on what makes a good … Continue reading Is Homeschooling Beneficial Students?
There are many arguments for either side of this debate, and I will go through my thoughts, on whether cities should provide free public wifi. I think that they shouldn't, and I have several reasons, but first I would like to set the scene on what free public wifi would be like. Firstly, a single … Continue reading Should cities provide free wifi?
I already posted the first part of this series on persuasive writing, so if you haven't seen it yet, read this first. I am supposed to now give you the reasons that make any city or place the best in the world, and then explain how the place I live is the best. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- To … Continue reading The reasons why the place I live is the best in the world.
I was nominated for an award for bloggers. Idk how to explain it. Wow. I am off to a great start. Ok Rules: Rule 1. Thank the person that nominated you. THANK YOU SAWYER FROM: The Crafty Art Girl, This should be fun! Her blog is a lot of fun, and if you go look … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award.
This is a post on the attention-grabbing, and "salesman" writing series for the RPC English course. This is on convincing you that Thunderstorms are dangerous, in a convincing and educational two-paragraph post. If you have ever been a child [which I am certain you all have] you can probably remember at least one experience with … Continue reading Why Thunderstorms Are Dangerous
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