Today, at my school, and thousands of other schools around the nation, students participated in a Day of Silence. It is a silent protest to bring to light “anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in their schools.”However, silence is an ineffective tool against discrimination. Continue reading “National Day of Silence speaks out in the wrong way, ineffective”
This is another one of my opinion blog entries.
Not intended to be mean or condescending.
Biased, you could say that.
Overall, the theme and asthetics of this blog are great, but needs some improvement on the code and technical part. Also, the “Log In” link could be a little more conspicous, I had to use the word find to find the link, which was hiding in the “Meta” section.
Since this topic is highly controversial for some people, everyone is welcome to post their comments about this and the Onekopakaspace Blog.
I hope to see many improvements being made in the near future.
Deathgleaner (aka mbg.gold)
November 22, 2008 @ 3:14:15pm
The column on the right is sometimes very lengthy. At the end of some posts, it extends about a mile down the page, leaving a football field of blank space. The site admin needs to trim off some of that fat (no offense).
November 25, 2008 @ 12:40:09pm
I see that the theme has changed. now, the background is static. Good Idea. it just makes your blog run even slower.
Everyone here is voting Obama!
It seems that everyone in my school is voting for Barack Obama. Here’s some of the things that have been going around that relate to this presidential election.
- A kid held up a sign saying “OBAMA BIDEN 2008”
- Another kid held up a sign saying “MCCAIN PALIN 2008”. Gross.
- My friend by the name of Tyrone said that McCain would die in office and Palin would take over
- There has been much discussion about the election. All of my friends are voting for Obama
Please remember that Election Day is November 4th this year. If you are registered, don’t forget to vote!
And vote for Obama if you don’t want a president to get Alzheimer’s in office.
Change for the better.
ELECTION DAY UPDATE:
People are beginning to wear their campaign shirts and signs, I’ve seen equal numbers of both. After school, there was this huge crowd with Obama and McCain supporters all arguing about how good each of their candidates are. I have never seen anything like that.
According to CNN, Obama has won the presidential election. Good thing otherwise our country would get a lower average IQ (John McCain does not promote science) and McCain would have a heart attack if he jumped up and down because he won.