May 18

Spooky Charlie

I few days ago I was camping and looking up ghost stories when I found this story.

I hate it when my brother Charlie has to go away.
My parents constantly try to explain to me how sick he is. That I am lucky for having a brain where all the chemicals flow properly to their destinations like undammed rivers. When I complain about how bored I am without a little brother to play with, they try to make me feel bad by pointing out that his boredom likely far surpasses mine, considering his confine to a dark room in an institution.
I always beg for them to give him one last chance. Of course, they did at first. Charlie has been back home several times, each shorter in duration than the last. Every time without fail, it all starts again. The neighbourhood cats with gouged out eyes showing up in his toy chest, my dad’s razors found dropped on the baby slide in the park across the street, mom’s vitamins replaced by bits of dishwasher tablets. My parents are hesitant now, using “last chances” sparingly. They say his disorder makes him charming, makes it easy for him to fake normalcy, and to trick the doctors who care for him into thinking he is ready for rehabilitation. That I will just have to put up with my boredom if it means staying safe from him.
I hate it when Charlie has to go away. It makes me have to pretend to be good until he is back.

April 28

The Twisted Hobbit

It was August 1 1998 when there was a creature crawling through the woods. They called it a hobbit, It was short and fat, weak and weird it liked to be nice but this time it wouldn’t…

Once upon a time on a planet called Earth there was a hobbit named “Jedi” who was different. This hobbit liked the screams and the shrieks of little girls but most of all he he loved the taste of blood and guts. There was another thing different with this hobbit as he was friends with a beautiful princess. As you may know the best way to get blood and guts and screams and shrieks is to kill people. So every morning the Hobbit would set out on a journey to kill the first person he finds. He would bag them and  up walk home, turn on the stove, watch it boil plop the body and then yum yum. But one day the hobbit realized that he had killed every body in the world except his best friend the princess. So he set out in the morning knocked on her door, sat and waited for here to come down the stab,stab,stab the hobbit has had his very last meal.

Moral of the story is don’t always trust one of your friends.

April 14

Poem

Her body was perfect
And Tall,
And as she passed her friends
She turned,
To say hey to “Jedi”
Who was dead and impaled.
And I saw her dress,
A red one too.
And the sadness in her eyes,
Wet with tears.
Then out of the cemetery
With those soft wet eyes.
For the one she had loved had died.
For his last words were square up little train.

 

 

April 7

Poem

With Sincerest Regrets

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Pixabay

BY RUSSELL EDSON

Like a monstrous snail, a toilet slides into a living room on a track of wet, demanding to be loved.
It is impossible, and we tender our sincerest regrets. In the book of the heart there is no mention made of plumbing.
And though we have spent our intimacy many times with you, you belong to an unfortunate reference, which we would rather not embrace …
The toilet slides away …
I like this poem Because it is funny and some of us can relate. Plus it has a toilet in it.
April 1

Top Three Things To Do In Texas

If you’re a photographer or a tourist Texas is the place for you, if you’re looking for a great picnic spot or a place to hike we have it all.

 

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The Texas State Capitol, built in 1888, is considered one of the best state legislatures in the USA. It’s certainly impressive  with its dimensions, standing 308 feet tall. And a 22-Acre park, of which it highlights include, monuments of the Alamo’s defenders  and veterans from Vietnam.

 

 

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The Alamo is one of the most important historical sites in the United States. The Alamo was built by Franciscans in 1744. By 1836,  it had been turned into a fort. In 1836 a small force of 187 Texans  barricaded themselves in against an impressing superior Mexican army about 3,000 strong. The battle lasted 13 days and had many well known Texans defending it. One example is Davy Crockett, who was killed by Santa Anna’s army.

 

 

 

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One of the most popular wilderness areas in Texas, Big Bend National Park is in the southwestern part of the state. Thanks to it’s diversity the  park is home to more than 400 species of birds, including golden eagles and roadrunners, along with more than 1,100 species of plants. The park boasts 240 miles of hiking trails.

Images via Pixabay

March 2

Breaking Rules

By; Emma & Kevin  (Mostly Emma with a little help)

Rules were made to be broken, but there’s always a limit. Sometimes you break them to be rebellious and show off, but other times, we do it to help someone. I have broken many for both of these reasons.

 

One rule that is commonly broken, in a savage way, is the dress code rule at my school. No hats, finger length shorts, four finger width tank tops, all of these are ridiculous rules that we shouldn’t have. I can understand why many kids break this rule very often. The school is limiting our freedom on our clothing choice. That’s a decision we should make. Imagine buying a brand new shirt and shorts, so excited to wear it to school. As soon as you get there, the teacher tells you you’re breaking dress code; she makes you go change. Sometimes, we break rules to show that no one control us. No one likes being told what to do.

 

There are also good reasons to break the rules, like sometimes we do it to help someone. Martin Luther King Jr. is a great example for this. He was told that he couldn’t march without a permit, but he did it anyways. MLK thought, and in my opinion was correct, that people should be allowed to fight and protest no matter what their race is. It is not right to denied of your constitutional rights because of unfair rules. I believe that if people aren’t hurting anyone and we are just trying to help others to make freedom actually free, then it is ok. People of the past, us in the present, and citizens of the future, should be able to break the rules for a good cause. So, to me, I think it is ok to break rules to help someone.
Our world today wouldn’t be the same without the people who broke the rules. If MLK never disobeyed the rule of not marching, segregation might have not have ended or ended as fast. We have to be smart on the rules we break, is it a good idea or is it not? You’re the one who decides.

February 12

Why I dislike skunks

I dislike skunks a lot and hears why.

skunks are miniature mustard gas canisters that are unpredictable in when they will spray. Skunks are terriosts to your nose all they want to do is destroy your smell. Skunks are like rumors all they do is get your friends to stay away from you.

Before we know it skunks are going to turn out to be aliens and invade are great nation we call America. If you ever see a skunk step away slowly run to your house and come back with a gun don’t let them transform into brain eating alien SHOOT IT!

I hope you liked this post and that it wasn’t to stupid.

February 4

Wrecking Ball

This post is just going to be a short post that I found in my writers notebook

 

You wouldn’t expect him to be alive but he is. His body mangled and torn. The impact of a wrecking ball swinging right into his back having the force of a road side bomb. It tore off his foot quite painfully it sent his arm into his stomach (he was lucky he hadn’t eaten lunch yet). The wrecking ball  also obviously  broke his back. It tossed his body like a rag doll and landed finding himself impaled in the shoulder by re-bar. Once he got the rod out, he started to crawl still in lots of pain. He crawled and crawled until he could no more only to realize that  after the Ebola virus he was the last one alive. So he went to sleep to never wake up again.

I hope you liked my short story , if you did comment below what I should write about next.

 

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January 29

Favorite activitys

What is your favorite activity?

My favorite activity is playing football at the park with with my friends. It is really fun because football is one of my favorite sports plus I am with my friends.

The teams are usually me and Jedi Vs Kaleb and Austin. But since Jedi moved we are going to have to change up the teams a little bit. Most of the time me and Jedi win but on a few occasions Kaleb and Austin win by a few points. It is really fun because one of the endzones is a volleyball court so on that side of the field you can do almost anything with out getting hurt. Although most of our plays are runs it is still a lot of fun.

To end my thought I would like to ask you what your favorite activity is either with friends or family.

January 7

Xbox One Vs. Playstation 4

I said that I would do a comparison on the Xbox one and PlayStation 4 console awhile ago so I did some research and this is what stuck out the most to me. let’s see which consoles better.

Both have 8-core AMD CPU’s, 8Gb of memory, 500Gb internal hard drives, and Blu-ray optical drives. The new systems now have versions with 1Tb drives as options, and the Xbox One’s 1Tb version uses a hybrid drive with solid state storage in addition to a hard disk to improve performance.

Having a  500Gb  internal hard drive basically is like having a phone with a lot of Gb’s on it. But if you don’t have any Gb’s you cant download anything like games or music. So having 500Gb is a big deal because you can download a lot of stuff.

 

They’re so similar you can’t declare one to be superior based on specs, and they’re different enough that we can’t directly compare performance. And whether one truly shines as more powerful will only be revealed with new games and how they perform.