Saturday, March 5, 2011

Free the innocent!

On February 19, 2011 a bunch of people got put in jail. Just because the government got ticked off does not mean it can put people in jail. President Mugabe should let them out! They are innocent people. This was in Zimbabwe just because Munyaradzi Gwisai and 44 other people were having a meeting about uprisings in Egypt. They are innocent. Gwisai's son is my friend, and he wants his dad back.

See this article for more information.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Man vs. Wild

If you're stranded, well there's this man, he's in a show and I watch it. He shows you many ways to survive if you're stranded. Once when he was in the desert he had a knife and he found a dead camel, he took off the skin and used it for a blanket. So if there was a sandstorm, he would climb in the camel because he took out all the stuff from the camel, so he would use it for shelter.

And he was facing one of the most deadly snakes in the world. He killed it then took the skin off of it and when he was in the desert he pee'd inside of it and had to drink it because there was nothing else in the desert to drink.

And also in one of them he got wood, a little tiny piece of wood and put it in a puddle with a tiny piece of metal on top of it and made a compass.

And also he was in the swamp in one of them and it was hard for him to walk and he said you have to watch where you're going because an alligator can pop out of nowhere because he was in the middle of Florida. There were many trees in the swamp so he got these huge leaves and put them in the tree, he climbed in the tree and slept on top of the leaves. And I think he put the leaves on top for a roof in case it rained.

Also, in one of them there was nothing to drink and he found a big piece of elephant dung and so he got the elephant dung and squeezed the juice out of it to drink.

And also in one of them, he found these Indian guys or something and there was a porcupine hole and they were trying to get the porcupine out of the hole and they were poking a stick and the porcupine was growling. He came out and then they made a bigger hole and it popped out. The man jumped out of the hole for minute and next time when the porcupine jumped out of the hole the man got his knife and cut the head off of the porcupine and ate it. I have no idea how he got the needles out though.

This happened in real life. It's a good show. If you watch it you'll be able to learn how to survive if you're stranded. You can see it here.

Acupuncture Points

These are pictures of acupuncture points. They help you heal. It's a little needle that you stick into you. There's only a drop of pain in the needle. I have had it done 5 times. And it helps a lot. I had it done when I used to throw up a lot and since the treatments I got better. You can get acupuncture at 166 Mountain Ave. My dad does the acupuncture. He has healed many people.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Brevard Zoo

A few weeks ago we went to Florida and we saw giraffes and gibbons. We also saw a rhinoceros. A giant big turtle. We saw a boa constrictor and his poop. We saw a sign that said "what would you do with ten tons of poo?" This was in Florida at the zoo. It helps save the world to learn about animals. So you know how to take care of them because other people don't take care of animals.

We went kayaking at the zoo. Kayaking is better than driving, not using electricity, just an oar or a paddle. But you don't want a small kayak because the alligators might eat you.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Whip it good

For my sister's birthday today I whipped whip cream by hand. It helps the environment because umm we used organic cream and agave nectar. Not alot of sugar, agave has some, but not alot. We used it by hand and didn't use the electric one so we didn't waste electricity. And we don't buy whip cream in bottles 'cause it comes in plastic and has too much chemicals and sugar.

It tasted good.

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Thinking Green

<-- (Me holding my compost)

We went to the Earth Fair yesterday (Global Green Expo) and we got pencils made out of old jeans, another pencil made out of recycled newspaper that smells like watermelon. We also got smoked popcorn.

We did compost. I got a worm for a pet and I have to feed it every three days, take the newspaper out every week and grab it and mush it and fluff it up.

We saw a gigantic sandcastle. It was like 20 computers big!

We got magnetic "green" poetry. We also made plants that were being sent to people with no money, no food, no nothing. We also decorated bags that you can use over and use over and over and over and over and over again.

My sister helped paint a mural. Also my mom. Someone read the Great Kapok Tree to me at story time. It's about a guy trying to cut down a tree with a bunch of animals living there. He doesn't cut it, because he falls asleep and the animals come up to his ear and keep telling him to not cut down the tree because all of them live there.

I touched a horse shoe crab. They are 400 million years old. They were around before dinosaurs. I touched a star fish a sea urchin, and I saw a bear skull. It looked like a dinosaur skull to me.

There was a band and I don't know what song they were playing. It was good.

We saw a lot of books. A bunch were about polar bears. Their home is getting destroyed. The ice is melting.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Happy Earth Day

Today I read the Lorax, by Dr. Seuss. It teaches us to not put pollution in the air, to not cut down trees. To think about where all the animals live. We don't need to build so many factories and we don't need so much stuff. Just enough to buy a house and clothes and food to eat.