There was a blog on here? I didn't even notice it! Well this means that things are much more interesting. Hello world and welcome to my blog on Nerdfighers. So this will be the second blog I run, since I am active on tumblr, but I have finally made my tumblr have a purpose! Its where I post essays and poems and pictures from my travels and experiences. I try not to reblog things anymore as much as I can and I feel that makes your blog, well unoriginal. It does have the benefit of helping to…Continue
Added by Jarod Vautrot on November 4, 2012 at 2:51pm — 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
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***Fahrenheit 451: http://dft.ba/-montag - read along or else quite a few of our videos won't make any sense this summer!***
In which Hank talks about Flinch (http://dft.ba/-flinch) and Foo Camp and takes a very VERY cold shower.
This video, I admit, isn't terribly well held together, I go…Continue
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on June 15, 2012 at 3:02pm — No Comments
First NF blog post, so I figured I'd start off with something profound and meaningful, something that gives insight into my innermost psyche.
That's right...a list of 13 things that are cool (at least in my opinion). :D
1. Nutella. Chocolate-hazelnut spread of awesome that has the consistency and nutritional value of cake frosting. This is at the forefront of my mind at present, because I'm going to be making Nutella brownies after lunch.
Studying archaeology gives a perspective of humanity that not many people have, I tend to think alot about what future generations will see of me and this time in the physical record we will leave behind. (Just as we study the past by looking at what our ancestors have made for the world to see, what they have inadvertently left behind and what they have thrown away)
It also gives a strange appreciation for how the items we use change over time for various reasons such as aesthetics…Continue
Added by greg sing on April 25, 2012 at 10:08am — No Comments
This is going to be a very different review. For a very different book. I read "The God of Small Things" because my dad wanted me to read it. I think he said I should read it because of my own interest in writing, because I am always inspired by the brilliance of authors. It took me quite a long time to read this book; two full weeks I think, which is kind of ridiculous. It wasn't that it was a difficult read (I've read more difficult books faster than that) or that it was boring (it…Continue
Added by Adela Bezemer-Cleverley on March 16, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
As the title of the Blog suggests, this is in fact, about prayer! It's been on my mind for a fair wee bit and I'd figure one way to get it outt'a me system would be to write typed it all out. Heck, what could go wrong? ~People could think that you don't respect one of their most priced beliefs~ Quiet contradicting voice within my head! ~ You know I'm right ~. God damn it..
Anywho! Moving on to the subject…Continue
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Things I’ve Learned from Middle School
1. Microwave your sponge for a minute every week to kill the germs on it.
Forreal. This is a handy tip from Mr. Ordons, my 6th grade earth science teacher. He was something of a health nut and had us log our meals for a week, among other things. But, he assured us, he has his weaknesses too! I remember him pulling out a box of girl scout cookies and saying that he’ll eat a fourth of a box in a day…Continue
Its time for change, a new experience. Its time I surrounded myself with people who understand me, not people who think they understand me. Its time to throw caution to the wind and stop listening to logical explanations. Its time to be me, with no setbacks, time to “get buisy living, or get busy dying” no matter whats at stake.
Forget my dignity, who needs it; forget my wisdom, what have I learned anyways; forget my heart, its a mess; forget my feelings, who…Continue
Added by Emily on August 22, 2011 at 12:44am — No Comments
So, I'm going to admit this from the start - I'm not good at blogging. I always forget, or can't think of things to write, so, yeah.. I don't think my life is particularly interesting, either.
Things that were awesome about today, though..
I got my sopio cards I ordered! I can't wait to see if any of my friends'll play it with me,until then, I'll play Solopio :)
Also, my cousins visited me a week or so ago, and I found out my youngest cousin, Holly, likes…Continue
Added by Abigail Batchelor on August 13, 2011 at 3:01pm — No Comments
I'm just going to make a bullet-point list of everything I've been up to lately.
Added by Jenna Black on August 9, 2011 at 2:05pm — No Comments
Added by Abby Petrie on July 1, 2011 at 9:32am — No Comments
Hows about a poem?
You tell me your name,
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People say I have an odd sense of humor. I believe them.
3.My aunts tiny dog
4.People who I confuse.
5.Two people threatening eachother but would never in the world go through with there threats.
5.Books that try to be complicated but are so simple its funny.
6.Having less oxygen going to my brain than usual....I get giggly.
7.Being half asleep...the only time when stepping on a tack is…Continue
Added by Abby Petrie on April 7, 2011 at 10:15am — No Comments
We woke up extremely early today to leave the hotel by 5:15. Now we’re on our way home. So, did I enjoy it? Yes. It was a new experience and the farthest I’ve traveled. It’s a different culture, too. If I were given the choice, I would definitely do it again.
So, that was my trip to London. It was a lot of fun and definitely worth the money.
Video update: There isn't any. I still haven't worked any more on it. However, I do…Continue
Added by Jeffrey Adam Guion on March 24, 2011 at 6:22pm — No Comments
So today I have been wondering a lot, mind you, this is not really a new thing.
but, today a bit different, I started to think about a new painting Idea but I could really think of any!
I seriously don't want to do any more landscapes.
so, any Ideas fellow NerdFighters?