Monthly Archives: February 2008

Aren’t We All a Little Selfish?

In our recent efforts to help Mr. Mayo’s class raise awareness about the genocide occurring in Darfur, we’ve run into an interesting idea that we can’t quite come to resolution about:  Just what responsibility does the US have to the … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Janjaweed. . .

Dear Janjaweed Soldiers, Shame on you and your actions towards your country. How do you think that your country will improve by your open genocide against the Black Africans of your nation? We question if you are punishing the Black … Continue reading

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What do you do…Online?

Dear Internetopians, I, the Emperor of Colorado and Cowgirl Boots have attempted to poll 40 students from the ages of 11-12 of what they do on the Internet. But we also gave everybody isolated picks so that they could choose … Continue reading

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Putin Politics?

Opinions have masked the faces of our leaders, and our leaders words have brainwashed open minded followers. As I swam through the waves of words on the BBC a current sucked me into an interesting entry about a Russian Leader … Continue reading

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Darfur PSA #2: The Red Ant Speaks

A little red ant has crawled out of the ground to let you know more about the troubles of Black Africans in Darfur.  Maybe if we get enough red ants, we can end this genocide? AC_Voki_Embed(200,267, ‘9b02f12759d3ded41eabc19934ea501d’, 254571, 1, ”, … Continue reading

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Should We Care About Darfur?

By now you know that we’re working with Mr. Mayo’s class to raise awareness on the genocide occurring in Darfur, right? We’ve written an open letter to the President of Sudan and created our own pledge to fight against Genocide. … Continue reading

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Rocking Chairs

Rocking back on your school chair is a thing of the past.  Meet the Max chair.  With its curved legs and special design, nobody can lean back on the back legs higher then 5cm.  Inventor and former teacher Tome Wates … Continue reading

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