I love nerdfighteria to death. I want to start with that so know one murders me after reading this blog post.
I have social anxiety, I like to sit by my self at lunch and listen to my ipod, and I always feel like people are talking behind my back. Know one understands this about me and even though I have plenty of people I could call my friends they're never quite there for me. I have the luxury of saying that I have never been bullied, however I seem to be a drama…Continue
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Added by Sarah Hickox on March 11, 2013 at 3:56pm — No Comments
This book is definitely a long, long read.
I bounced between being entranced an excited, to bored, to interested, to longing for an ending, to excited and then dully unaffected by the uneventful ending. Even so, I would have to say I enjoyed quite a few facets of this story, even if there were some things that I did not enjoy.…
Its late at night; I got my coffee in one hand, and a mouse in the other. I think we've all been there. So in leu of a better topic here is some lessons I've leaned about the internet over the years.
1) Never, EVER, click a link you don't understand.
2) Internet Explorer is a browser for downloading other browsers.
3) If you're on a school computer, never misspell "candystand" as a porn site may pop up.
4) If you fail #3, do not contact the teacher. Just…Continue
i should be studying algebra two, but nah..
Last night, in the wee hours of the night (12:00, because i'm tough like that) i read "Daddy" by Sylvia Plath. talk about intense, eh? i highly recommend reading it once and daring in the thought.
does she hate her father?
does she love her father?
why compare him to this cult of people?
could we today, ever understand this feeling? in this little world where no ones starves, troubles…Continue
Hello, um, people? Friends? Readers? RANTERS! Hello Ranters. I recently read 'The Fault In Our Stars'. I know, I didn't really know if I liked the John Green books, I was content with having read 'Looking For Alaska.' I was honestly quite scared. I didn't want to disgrace the name of, like, my favorite youtuber, by not liking the book. But then I sucked it up, and bought it. I wanted to be in the little party aswell!
I am reading 'An Abundance Of Katherines', but before, I was…Continue
About three things I was absolutely positive.
First, the Doctor was a Time Lord.
Second, there was part of him — and I didn't know how potent that part might be — that thirsted for my company.
And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.…Continue
This is my first entry, and I have no idea really what I'm going to make this yet. As for now, partially because I'm bored but mostly because I'm still slightly mad about it, I'm just going to vent.
Today, we had another Signet class. For those of you who don't know or have Signet, at this point it's basically like debate club. That said, I am completely fine with other people having a different opinion so long as it's not a stupid one. What defines a stupid opinion (in…Continue
Added by nethnix on November 13, 2012 at 3:07pm — No Comments
So I started Catcher in the Rye this evening gotten to chapter 4 and have to say I'm enjoying myself thoroughly which to be honest surprises me because usually I don't do well with most books that are considered classic. However I find Holdens narrative witty and interesting but most of all identifiable.
So reading Catcher in the Rye has reminded me of something I've been thing about lately how peoples opinion affect our own opinions and how this isn't always good. So the…Continue
Added by Sammy Blanchette on November 8, 2012 at 5:42pm — No Comments
So All Hallows Eve is approaching… The one night of the year where creatures that go bump in the night (and I am not just talking about Itai going to the bathroom) crawl out of the woodwork and lurk in search of prey… or just candy! It is a time of merriment and spooky fun as many people across the world don costumes themed on the occult and the scary to celebrate Halloween. In the spirit of this time of year we want to see just how creative the Nerdfighter community can be!
Added by Dave J- Operations Admin on October 27, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
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Added by Sarah Hickox on September 30, 2012 at 4:18pm — No Comments
i recently wrote a short story sequel to the fault in our stars. i didn't actualy wan't to do this by the way but was asked to for a english thingy thingy thing.
i was talking to my english teacher the other day when i accidently let slip that i was writting a book. she imeadiatly leapt on this small nugget of information, she imeadiatly started giving me the 20 questions that i had grew acustom to when ever i meantioned the book. there were all the standerd ones like plots main…Continue
Added by Grace Brumby on September 20, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments
Listen Jena (and unborn child), in the wake of my blitz of Batman blogs several weeks back, I did not expect so many nice people to read. What I did expect, though, was that someone would eventually accuse me of giving Christopher Nolan too much credit. I think maybe I did, but that is the best way to enjoy a good story.
Many students struggle in English class with the question of the author’s intent. The teacher (or some…Continue
Added by Brian Beise (Books Ningmaster) on September 17, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
it seems interesting how as we go through life things become less and less wondrous as we get used to our routines we stop noticing amazing things for instance the amazing things about the places we live in today for instance i had not been to seaport and besides the fact that i vomited there due to lack of food and possibly slight dehydration i found it amazing being there again i usually don't go because i figure "oh I've been there before" or "im to busy" or the obvious "im to lazy" but…Continue
Added by jesse meza on September 15, 2012 at 12:28am — No Comments
I never was the kind of guy that read much,id rather play a videogame, watch TV or play rugby, but one day, as I was touring UK I saw the fault in our stars in a bookshelf and, being a nerd fighter, i felt I had to buy it.I had never read any book that wasn't imposed to me by my school, and this book reading thing was all new to me, but I decided to give your's a shot. I read the whole damn book in two days, and considering that my average reading speed is a page every two…
We've all had that feeling when we discovered that we are liked by too many people at work. If this is something that plagues your day to day existence then follow these simple rules to truly alienate yourself from your colleagues
Added by Jamie Gibbons on August 19, 2012 at 3:09pm — No Comments
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Hank's tour diary from the very quick, three-day tour he took with Harry and the Potters and Potter Puppet Pals. They're still on tour (and will be for a while) without me, and the show is REALLY REALLY GREAT! Tickets are generally $10 and VERY WORTH IT…Continue
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on August 4, 2012 at 10:26pm — No Comments
Listen Jena, the awful killings in Aurora shocked and saddened us all, but in our grief, many of us have once again started pointing fingers of blame at violent movies and video games. It’s a rhetorical crutch we’ve leaned on too often in the face of national tragedy. We can’t blame television when the problem is older than electricity.