Sunday, February 1, 2009

PLN - Song

In the song “In the Valley of the Dying Sun” by House of Heroes what matters is death. This song tells a story of a man in war who has to kill a someone who he doesn’t even know. This matters to our class because, when we read the book “All Quite on the Western Front” Paul has to deal with the same experience. He had to kill a man who jumped into a crater when he was hiding out. This matters to the world because it has yet to see the true reality and horror of war. People get killed without care countless times. This matters to the me because my uncle was in war and he was exposed to the atrocities of how inhumane humans can be. In the song “In the Valley of the Dying Sun that is what matters.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

PNL "I Remember"

In the new video that we watched what matter is change. It shows that there are good and bad in change. It told us that change could impact the world in a positive way or a negative way. It matters to our class becasue i thing that we all have to impact the world in a positive way. It matters to my life becasue I think that we have to impact the world in a positive way. I also have to help prevent the bad change in the world. I think that the world has to also do the same thing in preventing bad change in the world

Sunday, January 11, 2009

PLN "I Remember When"

In the video I Remember When what matters is a technical revolution. The kids in the video remind us of things like new high speed Internet and our cellular advancement technology. It is advertising Intel’s superiority in technology and high speed Internet. What matters to the world is when the world becomes faster, the people become faster. In other words when the Internet, phones and transportation get faster, the people of the world will be forced to become faster. Not in a sense of athleticism but in a sense of necessity. The people need to be faster in order to keep up with society. What matters to me is that it depicts out past and how our past shapes our future. When our culture keeps advancing their technology, it means that our future will have even more technological advances. In the video I Remember When it tells us about the technical revolution and its bright future ahead.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Top 10

1. Shortage of water in 3rd world countries
2. Lack of Recycling
3. Value/Wastefulness of War
4. Heathcare Reform
5. Homelessness
6. Medical Research Issues
7. Violence/Crime
8. Sexual Preferences
9. Racism
10. Disease Ideas/Changes (including accessibility to medicine and hospital entry)

Monday, January 5, 2009

Three Idem Introduction

My Bible is a full New International Version that I try to read nightly. It is significant to me because my grandmother gave it to me when I was about eight. This leads me act differently because, when I read what Jesus did, it helps me act in a better and more holy way.

Lacrosse Stick is a six-foot Titan Classic that is silver. The head that I use is a STX Proton Power with a soft mesh and loose stringing. It is significant to me because when I step out onto that lacrosse field I need something that I can rely on, and that is it. This leads me to act differently because when I have a reliable stick in order to reach my goal of making varsity.

My Father is a 5’ 10” man with black hair. He owns a chain of hockey retail store; Players Bench. They are located all over the country in cities including; Colorado, Utah, New York, Minnesota, and multiple in Canada. He was accepted to Colorado College, with a full ride scholarship for hockey. Then he moved on and played for the Minnesota North Stars (now the Minnesota Wild). He is significant to me because I look up to him so much and I always strive to be as successful as him. He always pushes me as hard as a can possible go, in everything; sports school and music. When I don’t meet his standards he doesn’t punish me his is just disappointed and wants more out of me.