Posts by thomas clavette

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help stop cyber bullying online

Discussion by: thomas c. on Tue, 2016-05-31 08:46 with 0 comments

My pictograph is telling people who use the internet to bully others can’t be anonymous ever online. I want my pictograph to spread across the web in hopes of ending cyber bullying forever. The reason I made this was to scare cyber bullies enough that they will stop bullying people digitally. Also this was to help get support from everyone to stop cyber bullying.

the seven songs of merlin

Discussion by: thomas c. on Mon, 2016-01-11 14:14 with 0 comments
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In this book Merlin must face and overcome many challenges on his journey across Fincayra to discover all seven souls of the seven songs of wizardry to save his mother from death. In the beginning Merlin is tasked with preventing the forces of Rhita Gawr from returning. But his own selfish behavior got him sidetracked from his task. This eventually lead to his mother being attacked and left with 1 month to live. He learned that the only way to heal her was to confront Dagda and request this special elixir. This in hand required him to learn each song.

fairness

Discussion by: thomas c. on Wed, 2015-11-11 21:03 with 9 comments
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Fairness in my opinion should be treating each other with respect and as a friend. On the other hand terrorists should be tried the same way a robber would be tried. I strongly believe that the world would be a much nicer place to live in if everyone was treated as equals. Still as everyone learns when their young Life isn't fair which is very true life is not fair at all because if it were fair the food chain would completely fall apart.

My name

Discussion by: thomas c. on Thu, 2015-10-15 13:20 with 0 comments

My name is Thomas and was picked because my parents thought that it fit me better than my adoption name which was "C.J.". The name Thomas means twin in Aramaic, sadly that isn't true for me because I was born a only child. Something interesting about my name is that some of the most important people in the history of the U.S. had the same first name as me.

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