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Munashe- Zimbabwe,

http://munasheroom7bnms.blogspot.com/2016/04/science.html

Hello Munashe,
That sounds like a fun project, did your group change the water’s color. How did you guys go at the project, how do you change the water’s color.
-Scott

Emma- Canada

http://emmab110gst.edublogs.org/2016/04/19/week-6-canada-food/

Hi Emma,
I was wondering if Poutine is served all around Canada or just in Quebec? What kind of restaurants serve it?
-Scott

 Thomas- New Zealand

http://tomlroom28kns.edublogs.org/

Hello Thomas,
I like how your story of photos was clear and easy to understand even though you used no words. I also liked how it was all black and white so it fit together well.
-Scott

Oliver- Australia

http://oliverp33kns.edublogs.org/

Hello Oliver,
I really like your post about New Zealand. I had been as a kid, but sadly don’t remember much from the experience. What part of New Zealand do you like the best?
– Scott

 

Nolan- Canada

http://nolang.edublogs.org/

Hello Nolan,
I really enjoyed your blog post about Canadian food. The beginning was funny as that is the stereotypical Canadian person. Do the Beaver survive having their tails cut off or do they just die?
-Scott

 

 

3 attractions

In the U.S. we have tons of attractions. Each State has probably one or two big ones and hundred of little ones, but three of them stand out above the rest. The Statue of Liberty draws millions of people to Ellis Island each year. To witness this colossal monument. The copper statue, designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and built by the frenchman Gustave Eiffel was a gift to the United States from the people of France. Another important attraction here is Mt. Rushmore National Memorial. Mt. Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture of four of our most important presidents carved into the face of Mt. Rushmore. It features George Washington our first president, Thomas Jefferson one of our founding fathers and the principal author of the declaration of independence, Abraham Lincoln the president that abolished slavery in the U.S. and Theodore Roosevelt a leader in the progressive era. The final important attraction is Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone was the first National Park in the U.S. Located in Wyoming it draws in 3,447,729 people annually.  These aren’t the only attractions and may not be the best in the U.S., but I feel they are some of the most important.

My favorite place

Every February my family and I fly down to Telluride and meet my grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. All 19 of us stay at the same hotel and for a week spend every moment with each other. None of the families see each other too much during the year and never with other cousins, but here everyone is together. When we’re there we spend 7 hours a day skiing everything. No matter how many times I’ve gone on a single run it never ceases to be fun. This is why Telluride is my favorite place.

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I went to four different pages and commented on one of their posts. Unfortunately I did this earlier and have lost connection to my comments. I do remember commenting on someone’s idea for the invention of the cooler wave the opposite of the microwave. I thought this was a really cool idea. I also I commented on a post about someone’s trip to the zoo  and how the saw a caracal kitten. I then commented on someone’s post about how tomatoes are both a fruit and a vegetable. I didn’t know something could be both and found it cool. I unfortunately don’t remember my final comment.

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This is my avatar, he’s fairly normal in all regards aside from the crown. I designed him using the lego mini figure creator because I have always been a fan of legos. i modeled him sort of after me since their aren’t many customization options it just looks extremely normal.

Compare and Contrast the different sets of personal belongings in OMAM chapter 2

The boss has high-heeled boots and spurs which shows that he’s not working with the rest of them. This also shows his class if he can afford the boots and isn’t doing physical labor that means he’s the boss. The former owner of Georges bunk, a blacksmith named Whitey owned a can of chemicals that kills lice, roaches and other scourgers. This shows he may care about his cleanliness as well as the fact that he gets dirty and lives in an unsanitary place where roaches and lice are common. George only has his essentials a razor, soap, his liniment and a leather wristband. This shows that he doesn’t own much and needs the work.

Old Shoes

Here is an imitation of Work Boot: Still Life by Jim Daniels

Hiding in the garage

my shoes lie and wait.

Logo’s lay caked in mud.

Dotted with holes

like a dog’s toy used one to many times.

The laces torn, stiff from dirt

ripping at each pull

forever getting shorter.

Soles that are too flat

worn down from all the wear

sliding round like their on ice.

One more tear yet to come

will strip me of my shoes.

 

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