This is a Scratch animation that I made in my technology class. It is about a man named Shea who gets hit by a car, and he gets into a fight with the man who hit him. He then gets thrown in jail for fighting the man, and he gets into yet another fight. Then he finally gets out of jail from parole. I hope you like my animation!
If a person were to walk through the halls of Fremont High this is what they would see -- people talking about school work and if they had any homework for a class they were absent for. You might sometimes see a fight happening during lunch, maybe once or twice a month. They are usually serious and makes students feel unsafe. You might also see a security guard beating up a kid just because he was refusing to go inside the office. I'm not going to say who that specific kid was, but it was a good thing they didn't shoot him.
Another year is slowly winding down, and what a year 2014 has been. We have experienced incredible feats of human innovation and sporting achievement, along with the most gut-wrenching tragedies. 2014 was in many ways, quite the year to remember, and it won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
The reasoning behind why we as humans find certain things is an interesting one. Many people have their opinion swayed by the public and other social factors around them, but then, the question of the origins of those social impacts comes into play. In truth, I do not know “where things of interest come from” or how different people choose them. Personally, the things that I find interesting are only interesting to a small portion of society. Though I like things like video games and anime, I have never tried to outwardly be an outcast so I cannot place that as my motive.
Sugar or sucrose is a glucose/fructose molecule, and is very prominent in everything we eat, and has detrimental effects. It is in drinks, and almost all processed food. Americans consume about 765 grams of sugar every 5 days. Authority Nutrition says that it is only safe to consume at most 187 grams every 5 days for men and 125 grams for women. Overconsumption of sugar is energy your body doesn’t need and cannot handle. It is turned into troglodytes and stored as fat around the waist.
In Anne Backhaus, article, "Daughters for Sale: India's Child Slavery Scourge," from News, A. 2013. Daughters for Sale: India's Child Slavery Scourge. [online] Available at: http://abcnews.go.com/International/daughters-sale-indias-child-slavery-... [Accessed: 7 Mar 2014]. This article was about Indian children and how they are trafficked. It talks about the works they have to do and how they are treated. The article was about one specific girl in India named Durga.
Flowers for Algeron is a touching novel about a guy named Charly, who has a mental disability and is being tested on how to become smart for once. He’s being tested by weeks and has to write diary entries everyday and you see how much Charly has developed since the beginning of the testing.
My photography consists of mostly human interactions. I prefer playing around with contrast and the black and white effect. I really enjoy shooting in locations with an olden day feel, or farm like sceneries. When I shoot outdoors, I prefer capturing the fall like colors. While shooting people, I try to avoid taking my shots in an overcrowded background. I appreciate simple backgrounds so the focal point of the photo is not over shadowed by the location. When shooting flowers or insects, I tend to use digital macro a majority of the time.
Art has always been a point of controversy throughout all of time and there is no exception to that statement today. There have always been people, from the Catholic Church putting restrictions on art and science in the thirteen and fourteen hundreds to early American history when slaves were forbidden from and form of native dancing.
I chose this question (Do mermaids exist?) because I love mermaids and they’re fab and I have done some research on them before and I’ve seen a few documentaries on the possibility of them being real and I think it’s really fascinating and I like mermaids they’re cool.
As a child I always loved superheroes. I used to collect some of the comic books and they were always interesting to me. I noticed that everyone was the same way. But I never came to thinking why until now. Everyone seems to enjoy the stories of a superhuman person defeating the bad guy. But time has passed and superheroes have gotten darker and more in depth. But people still seem to love superheroes. It isn’t one of those things that seem to die down with maturity. They are still a lot of adults that love and follow superheroes.
While I was in class I noticed that when my friend yawned I winded up yawning as well, which made me research why yawning is contagious. While I was researching the topic I stumbled upon this website that gave me all the information I needed to successfully do this post: http://news.discovery.com/human/yawning-social-behavior.html
Same sex marriage is currently frowned about by several American Countries. The following nine states allow civil unions or domestic partnership: Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Maine, Delaware, Maryland. Only six states allow same sex marriage: Iowa, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York.
The other day, my friend turned to me and asked, "If I were an animal, what would I be?" An interesting notion to say the least, but I could not think of anything that would suit her perfectly. After some time and discussion, we settled on a red-tailed deer.
One question that I came up with when asked to create a question that could be photographed was: How did humanity choose the calendars we use today? In terms of photography, there are a lot of options from here. I could photograph the sky, the sun, and the moon, among other astronomical subjects. I could also simply photograph people and try to capture the thinking process, or even go so far as to display ancient ruins which might hold a key to the answer of how time was established.
Will I haunt someone???I hope that I haunt SOMEONE or SOMETHING.I know that you can only haunt someone if you have something to hold against them.So I'm trying my best to hold someone to something they wont keep. So when i die I will be able to haunt someone or help someone.If you die and you don't haunt someone or something you go to your after life where you get sent to another body or something in the world.I also hope If I don't haunt someone I get sent to an animals body to experience an out of body moment.To haunt someone you could be just a voice or a body or you could be both which they call a x-ray-to show the whole body.I hope I'm just a body because I would get a different voice and you don't get to change It.Also you get a specific "RANGE" where you would haunt something or someone.Which If you would haunt someone you would go where they went but If you haunted something you would stay with that thing.For example If your room as a kid was very important to you would live in that room.Can you walk threw walls when you haunt someone?Are you Invisible?Are you a ghost or are you transferred to a normal human body?
I am syeda lamisa.I am 11 years old and i go to TYWLS of astoria.I love to sing and have fun with my friends.My two best friends from my other school are Syeda Muhit and Shafura Alam. I have one older brother who goes to BSGE.Both my parents are from Bangladesh,but i was born here in the USA.My favorite subjects are math, social studeis and drama.My favorite color is purple.I love to play sports like volleyball and basketball.I also like to go outside and play with my friends and cousins.In my new school, i have made some new friends like Sarah,Christy,Daniela,Amina and others.They are very nice and they are good friends.My biggest concers about this year is getting good grades. I dont want to fail any quizzes,so I will study extra hard. I also want to pass on the new york state ELA and math state tests.I hope i can be sucessful in life.
From these discussions, I have learned many interesting things. I have learned about the Golden Ratio, how it works and affects the world. I also gained some knowledge about the human brain, and how scientists are still trying to discover some of its mysterys.
I took this picture one day when I was at a New Years event. My cousin and I were walking around and selling tickets to people (so they could win a prize later on in the evening). Once we finished selling the tickets, we gave the money to the host of the event. While he and his crew were counting up the money I found an opportunity to take my camera and take a picture of a small portion of it.