Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Wasup my dudes last night was Halloween. It was amazing getting candy with my friends. I was Itachi Uchiha and my friend Luke was the Joker. We started out not getting that much candy but after hitting the first couple houses we started to get into a grove. Ask, take, run over and over again. Some houses that Had the bowls out front said only take one, so 1+1+1 is only taking one at a time but getting more every house.Then all of a sudden there was a house with a party going on that seemed a little to wild. Using this to our advantage we went to the house over and over again because it was so wild they didn't notice. as we headed up the hill to where the rich people lived the candy got better and better only to get to the top and have a guy try to pull one over on us giving us empty rappers. On the way back down there was king sized everything as well as soda and giant Pixisticks. What a night!
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
To me Mustache's are a sign of 0 self dignity and little money. The people that grow mustaches and are rich have a dignified mustache's while the peasants wear their mustaches with little pride and poor mustache care. To quote a man by the name of Shrek" Mustache 's are not good like onions.". Also people such as Troonp the magical mothman that killed Haramba hate mustache's. People that have stubbly mustaches have bad ideas and are very mean. For me only majestic mustaches are allowed. While mustaches are ok if they are well kept in the most part they just look weird.
Friday, April 7, 2017
Thursday, April 6, 2017
So having left off last time in the book Simon Bloom The Octopus Effect with them making it to the Order of Biology and going through weird pools. Now the Master of the Order of Biology is giving them some octopus traits to use to fight the bad guys. So one gets camouflage, one gets the ability of jet propulsion, and the leader Simon gets 4 invisible arms, the ability to breath underwater, the ability of flexibility, and who knows what else. Really Simon is a bit overpowered with his time and space power, gravity, and friction even before the power ups. I think he will gain the ability to regenerate and leave parts of his arm behind like a lizard.
Tonight I read Simon Bloom The Octopus Effect for the second night in a row. Really the parents see a new principal to the school who asks to take their kids on a field trip and they don't even blink an eye when they send their kids off. Then instead of a field trip you get an underwater exploration that takes you to a dome of air that contains many different biomes. Really fighting with people that shoot fungus (lame) and people that have an impenetrable exoskeleton. Then of course when things start to get normal they jump through a pool of water that lets them go through space and time.
Tonight I read Simon Bloom octopus effect. First off when you have super powers is it so that doing the normal thing is boring so you have to do everything in an abnormal or awesome way. First off sitting on the celling while reading sounds a bit eccentric. Then a weird book shows up from a rip in time and space and tells you that danger is approaching and still that isn't weird in any way whatsoever. Then a 12 year old goes flying up a mile into the sky and falls back down on the other side of town. Really is walking not good enough for you Mr. I Control Physics. I think that they will have to face their age old enemy Siribette. And yes that is how you spell her name.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
As we have read The Giver book and watched the movie we now need to decide which one we liked better. The next part is kind of a shocker because I usually love the book and hate the movie. In my opinion I liked the movie a little better because it used aspects that the book didn’t use. I didn’t leave the beggining open ended and sort of closed it up in the end. In the book it left it very open ended on what happened in the and sort of left you to chose what happened. Aside from that there are many other different reasons why the movie was slightly better than the book and some movie scenes to back that up.
The first thing is that they made him have the ability to influence his friends which will lead to him to not be mad and it allows him to form a deeper bond and leads to an extra element of him needing to escape before they inject her with the death liquid. While some people say that the ability to show his friends what he is learning takes away from his anger to escape the Community and release the memories into the world that he lives in. Really it just fuels him because it gives him something to fight for, seeing his friends not experiencing any of the things that he has experienced makes him want to do it more than ever. Like in the scene where he and Fiona slide down that long arch it shows a deeper feeling towards Fiona and helps him to express himself without harming others or causing disruption in the community. Or in the scene where Jonas and Fiona kiss, it shows that he actually cares and makes him want to succeed in escaping in the future.
One other reason why the movie is slightly better than the book is that they elaborate more and tell you how it started and how it ends. Like in the scene in the very beginning of the movie it tells why the Community is like that and why the world is how it is but still leaves room for your own imagination. Also in the end they see a house and it hints that they go into it instead of just leaving it to the reader to decide what would happen. Although the open ended ending makes people want to read the next book in the series or so some people say. The open end will lead to people not understanding the book to its fullest. Really you should read some theories about the end of the book. Also he hears music even though the Giver never gave him the memory of music so it could just be him gaining a memory because he is in Elsewhere or it could mean that he is dying of hypothermia. Also he really could have just been sent in a loop so that it he is now on the other side of the world and if he keeps walking he will end up where he started.
One last thing is that the movie added much more action and adventure than the book and added a Jonas verses Asher side that caused chaos and a little more action than it normally would be in the book. Also some parts spiced the story up a little to engage the reader and give action to the slow parts that in the book where dull. Although you see color in the very beginning, the use of having no color made it easier to imagine what it was like to be in that town while in the book no one would be able to imagine what it was like unless you were completely colorblind. It gave you the bigger picture of what was going on and what the world was like.
For all of those reasons I think that the movie is better than the book. While some people like the movie less than the book for their own reasons like all about how the fun stuff in the movie undermined the serious topic that was happening. Even for some of their most compelling arguments there is always a side that will be able to argue for their ideas. The movie has the action, the showing, and the ending that closes up the circle.
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