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Pepsi Assembly

posted Oct 17, 2011, 9:25 AM by Dylan stellar   [ updated Oct 17, 2011, 9:29 AM ]

the Pepsi assembly showed me many different ways to deal with situations. It helped me see the problems in the world in a very detailed way. It showed me how different people are getting their feelings hurt because someone thinks its funny and think they will get something out of it, or they think its cool. Its sad that someone would pick on someone so bad that they would try to take their own life. two words that i would tell the bullies is "Grow Up" quit putting other people down and go do something productive. To me i think the assembly was very eye-gripping and interesting. It was a very touching assembly with emotional stories and that's in all three videos. One thing i didn't like was the narrator and the music for the movies that was by far the worst out of all that i disliked and i think that the narrator was not very good at acting but all and all the assembly was good and attention drawing. 

reflection of 9/11 documentary

posted Sep 16, 2011, 10:50 AM by Dylan stellar

To me overall i thought the documantary was very detailed but that i think is a good thing. To show people what it was like that morning when the plains wentover new york city and hit the two towers. It is very touching watching all the police and firefighters all walking into the destruction zone knowing it was gonna be a mess. I it take alot of spirit and bravery to do that. Just looking up at a 110 story building that is up in flames and could come crashing down at any minute. And for all the inocent people that were

Remembering 9/11

posted Sep 12, 2011, 10:46 AM by Dylan stellar

i dont think the companys are doing the right think making money off the dead i think its wrong and cruel. the 10 pertcent that they are offering to the families out of all the other money they made isnt giving basically anything. but no matter what its wrong. i think that they went over the edge with the money thing. it should be shut down if they are gonna do that. If anything all the money should be going to the families or towards a new memorial

Blogging Resp.

posted Sep 12, 2011, 10:29 AM by Dylan stellar

Online blogging is very dangerous. One reason why its so dangerous is cause you are exposing yourself to the world for everyone to see. You cant always put what you say because chances are someones gonna see it and report it and your full name is on your blog so they can find out were you are. Also dont put any personal info for the same reason. no matter how secure the site is or blog. blogs are open gossip for anyone to comment on or see so be responcible and nice cause their could be dangers if not and even if you never said anything on it they could still be watchen so be careful.

Chapter 1

posted Sep 12, 2011, 9:15 AM by Dylan stellar   [ updated Sep 12, 2011, 10:19 AM ]

Some things that i learned from chapter one. How the technology from 30 years ago has no more use in today's world of technology. Every year technology doubles and the old technology just gets out of date. like 100 years ago they thought today we would have flying cars. but we don't have any technology to do that yet technology is advancing but not fast enough to boost our intelligence up. like 70 years ago their was not to many phones. mostly still telegraph. And now we have wireless phones were we can talk anywhere in the world. Internet anywhere in the world on your phone technology has improved allot from 70 years ago. The first computer was in the early 60's and could only do 1 thing at a time. now we have computers that do 1,000 things at once so you can see how much technology has changed in the past 40 years.

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