Bowling for Columbine

•November 18, 2008 • 2 Comments

The movie, “Bowling for Columbine,” is a decent movie all-in-all. I do not agree with some of Michael Moore’s points. He is too extremist¬† in some of the things he says. Many points that he presents are not actual facts, but hearsay evidence. He obviously wants guns to be completely outlawed, which I don’t agree with. So far the movie is pretty depressing, and I would have liked to watch something a little more positive. Much of what this movie is about is very informational. I have gained a lot of knowledge from Michael Moore. I may not like him, but he does get his points across.



•November 13, 2008 • 1 Comment

The weather is changing for the worse. Get ready for the snow, people! I, personally want winter to never come because it sucks. The ice-covered, snow-plowed streets aren’t the easiest things to drive on and I have found myself in a ditch more than once, even when going twenty-five miles per hour in a fifty-five zone. The rains have started, meaning that snow is not far behind. I want to move out of this place and go somewhere warmer, anywhere! Snow is cool…for the first few months. After that it just gets very dull and depressing when you look out your window and each day there is at least another foot on the ground. Don’t live in the Upper Peninsula your whole life!


•November 13, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Ten websites I visit

I do not visit a whole lot of websites. The sites I generally visit are few and far between. I am not a ‘sufer’ persay, I just look at certain things on certain occasions when I feel like it. My favorite websites are as follows:







My Pet Peeves

•November 6, 2008 • Leave a Comment

1. Interrupting

2. Laziness

3. Being Late

4. Racism

5. Hypocrites

6. Liars

7. Computers

8. Slow drivers

9. Hot coffee

10. People pushing their opinion on you

The Change We Need

•November 5, 2008 • 1 Comment

Our new president-to-be has been selected. His name is Obama. I, for one, am ecstatic for this new change. The Republicans have been ruling the white-house for too long and it is time for a change. I do believe that Obama will bring this change. I want this war to be over and I think the man to do that is Barack. I think he will be able to repair this country and give us a much needed boost of popularity around the world. The fact that we have elected someone who is not a rich, white guy shows the world that we are not so self-centered as they may think. Barack is the kind of guy who can do, who can make major events happen. Postive events that will affect us all. I’m glad Bush is going out of office and that is it being taken over by a man who can stand above the rest.


•October 30, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I am a very terrible debator. It seems like every time I get into a debate I get the short end of the stick. I can’t ever seem to pull up the right information at the right time and the opportunity disappears when I should have made a solid point. It always seems like the other person has the advantage over me. Their knowledge goes so much farther than mine does. Which is why I don’t even bother debating anymore.

1. Legalization of marijuana

2. Movies

3. Music

4. Writing

5. Authors

6. Philosophy

7. Politics

8. Anime

9. Food

10. School

Prop 1

•October 23, 2008 • 1 Comment

The opinion for this week is Michigan’s Proposition 1. This bill will make medical marijuana legal. This is something that we really need, for marijuana has many uses other than just recreational use. The government could make a mint taxing the stuff. Much more than they make from cigarettes. Medical marijuana will have many uses. When cancer patients go through Chemotherapy, they generally become sick and don’t feel like eating. With their diminished appetite, they usually lose weight. If we give these patients medical marijuana, guess what? They will be hungry! Marijuana helps with many other illnesses as well. I just don’t feel like going into a helluva lot of detail. Do the research and make up your mind on the subject.

So this year, go out and vote ‘yes’ on Prop 1!