Wednesday, March 11, 2009

It's Time

So... I've been thinking about it for a while and I'm going to do it, I've decided. All of my blogs are now going to be rolled back into one! So, all you readers out there, must to revert back to using which will be the only blogspot for me. Oh, or you could check my facebook because all of my posts are imported there.

The blogs used to do this:
Pointe Them Out-A blog that talked about dance. It contained reveiws of youtube videos and other dancing videos.

You Know You Wanna-This was a blog that I kind of started and have been slacking on. It was a reveiw blog, for me to reveiw anything I felt like.

Project Oreo-This blog was about school and all the things I do there.

All of these blogs are now retired.
Oh, and Run-in Streets was a blog by my sister and I and it is also retired.

Friday, November 14, 2008


Monday, September 15, 2008

I've finally seen it

"It's just, a bit of sex occasionally never hurt anybody" says Russell Brand before millions, in a flippant apology to Jordin Sparks and the Jonas Brothers over the purity ring thing. It's true, I'm a bit latet. I mean, I've heard about it yeah, but I guess it was down played, it didn't seem noteworthy for a blog. And then last night, when I watched the VMA Celeb Remix, I was unpleasantly surprised by the comments that the foul mouthed brit made. I'm not sure if he knows it, and maybe it's different in Brittain, but "a bit of sex" has hurt many!

I mean, take one of the most popular Presidents of our time, Mr. Bill Clinton himself. I'm not sure if you remember the Lewinsky scandal, but if you don't, take a sec to refresh your memory. It does involve, "a bit of sex!" Let's see, I'm not sure if he's ever heard about far fetched thigns such as hmm, I dunno STD's, and HIV, which both, coincidentally can be gotten from "a bit of sex!" He probably doesn't know this but 19% of American adults have herpes. That's about 1 out of every 5. But I don't know, maybe you know herpes, and impeachment don't hurt people.

Monday, August 25, 2008


... I prolly won't be editing my blogs much any more for the simple fact that, I am supposed to be starting OD and focusing on geAK. When I do have time I'll edit as much as I can and I may put some of the OD stuff on here... I don't know right now..

Monday, August 11, 2008

The difference

So, this isn't like most of my posts, where it's a reveiw of a video or a book or something, it's kind of like that rant on Marc Hill though. This post was inspired by a scene at my orthodontist:

"Mom! I LIKE upside down pictures" The boy is holding the bright red digital camera upside down. The Asian woman laughs, and says something in her native language to her small son holding the camera upside down,
"I LIKE it this way!" he continues in english. She finally relents,
"Okay," she says in english and the boy goes along taking pictures. He takes two of his m om, one of me, one of a fake plant, and one of the man staric curiously at him at the desk. All of the others in the waiting room only watch on, there faces reading disgust.

The scene went on, the mother even taking a few pictures upside down of her son, and then her son jumping up into one of the big straight backed chairs and her taking a picture. Then a few things began to tug at me. Why was everyone looking at them that way? When my mom came out of the back, and gave the child her look, her eyebrow up, and then she cast em a bemused look. I interpreted this look to not one of laughing with the child, but at him. I thought of what she would've done if that child would've been me:

First of all, we probably wouldn't have been in the predicament. I'm not sure I would've been allowed to be as loud, as the child was being, or to roam around, taking pictures of random things. I also definately didn't think that my mom would continue to allow me to take the pictures upside down. She would've corrected me, and continued to correct me until I took them right side up, which I would've.

I thought about the creativeness that this could possibly unfold into. The child had taken authentic photos upsided down, by flipping the camera over, and then he'd simulated ones by having his mom taking pictures of him, upside down in the chair. Something my mother would've never done if we'd have gotten that far. He was very adamant that the simulated ones weren't the same. Thinking this out a few years, and this child could turn into some kind of artist. IF his mom allows him to explore things like this on a constant basis, and this just wasn't a once in a lifetime thing then this child could continue to do funky things with these pictures, with sculptures, thinking about life from a different prospective and he could come out an artist. I actually shook my head as I thought this out.

How many artist have we lost because of this simple difference?

Thursday, July 24, 2008

About to Come Home

Ok, so I'm about to come home, I'm done with camps so my posts won't be frequent.  As you guys know I don't have a computer at home, so I'll post whenever I can, but it will be limited... although I am happy I'm coming home, finally, I'm kind of dissapointed about this thing.. Oh, and I'm on facebook ya lozas so add me!