Monday, June 4, 2012

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All you see is violence and sex on T.V,
but where are those good old-fashioned values
on which we use to reply?
Lucky there is a Family Guy”…
This is the song which when Family Guy is coming on air the cast member sing together…
Family Guy is very interesting show. It is animated show. The show is packed with irony at every turn and twist. peter Griffin who is the father and ‘the family guy’ but he is nothing of that. Lois who is the wife of Peter and the mother of the family, Meg the daughter and most mistreated one in the family. Chris the son in the family most ignored one in the family. tewie the youngest son, one with oval-shaped head, one that get most attention and the most trouble maker. Brian, the family talking dog, when sober and in the company of Stewie the dog is smartest and in love with Lois. There are many other characters in the show, Peter friends and drinking buddies, there are evil monkey which spend time in the Chris closet and frighten him.
This is very funny show; it is also full of iron. Once you start watching u will not get enough it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjs_R__KYSw&feature=youtu.be 



"And that kids is How I Met Your Mother"

Here's a link to the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXbOblpAF8I&feature=youtube_gdata




Have a great summer everyone and I hope you like it.























http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLNZIQ1Y3TI  <------ THIS IS THE VIDEO!

I hope every body enjoys this video and have a great summer guys!

Eminem, a Fammed Rapper Who Deserves Recognition

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     My video about eminem and his accomplishments on his newest album, enjoy!

Sunday, June 3, 2012

My favorite quote from this passages for MLK was when he said  "why didn't you give the new city administration time to act?"  I though this is important quote because they want to have their  own election. Dalai lama  this is the important passage i have  "In some countries too much attention is paid to external things and very little importance is given to inner development. if i  look forward for those countries going on the war at this time  didn't give attention how they rid off  the war. they fighting litter thing that they can solve but they did not see the solution.


My own ideas on habit i could develop that might promote peace is to give respect and kind to each other. so we can take care as a brothers  and sisters.



Here is my Video Blog, or Vlog, about the show Mythbusters. I used my green screens in the production of this video. Enjoy.
If you follow the link to YouTube you can view the video in Full HD
Thanks to Discovery.com for most of the pictures and to Google images for my studio background.
"Peace, law and good order will be maintained." Ben West, Mayor of the city of Nashville, TN.

What really was the most important to me was the fact students used "non-violent" techniques to protest knowing that they were in danger of being attacked by angry mobs or the police.

I learn a lot from this but what stood out the most would be the fact that some put their lives in danger for the freedom of others.

"Freedom rides" would be the most successful out of all the techniques the studenst used; mainly because it involved going from city to city to city to show that nothing was going to stop them to promote freedom in every corner of the United States.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Nate-Aint Scared of Your Jails

Favorite Quote:" they came to take my bed, and i wrapped my arms around it and wouldn't let them take my mattress. The guards called out for one of the other black inmates to come take it from me. As he beat me he was crying, because beating me hurt him more than it did me."
    Overall i really liked this documentary. It was very interesting how peaceful each protest was, and I wasn't expecting there to be video footage of each of the major protests. The part of the documentary that I liked the most was about the sit in on a restaurant with the video of the protesters being beaten up while policemen sat idly by. Even though the protesters were being badly beaten they didn't fight back and even kept trying to stay seated after the beatings.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Ain’t Scared of Your Jails



That was quote from the movie and they were gunge white people who gathering in the restaurant. it was February 21, 1960. In Greensboro, North Carolina, four black college students sat down at a lunch counter reserved for whites and refused to leave. And the police didn’t protect them from the gunge.  At the same time, when the police arrives to the restaurant and they treated them a bad way. This sit-in was a direct challenge to southern tradition. They were for 70,000 black residents; this was still the segregated South such as Movies, hotels and city buses they were all segregated by white people. However, the Blacks has spent money in downtown stores, but were refused seats at lunch counters.     

We Ain't Scared of Your Jails

     The quote that I really liked was from when one of the protesters was talking about how some people were worried that taking part in the protest would have an adverse effect on their future. Arrest records could affect their ability to find a job. The protester said that it didn't bother him because for him, "...it was like a crusade, it was a badge of honor." He knew what he was doing was right, and he was proud of his part in the protest and the time he spent in jail.

     I think that the most effective strategy that the protesters used was the workshops. The protesters were taught what to expect and how to receive blows without fighting back. This had to have taken an incredible amount of self control. If protesters had fought back, then it would have probably caused even more violence. Also, using violence could cause people to lose respect for the movement.

"We aint scared of your jails"

A few things stuck out to me in this documentary. The biggest one to me was the fact that the Birmingham police were aware and the FBI was informed about the attack on the "freedom riders" well before the fact and that they both refused to take any proactive steps to protect those who were simply exercising their right as American citizens. Another thing I learned was how well MLK's words were received about the effectiveness of non violent direct action. In my opinion the most useful tactic discussed in the film was that of the workshops, which prepared African Americans for what to expect when they were attempting to peacefully demonstrate.
One of the quote's I took from the documentary was from Jim Zwerg, "We'll keep riding." It seems arbitrary but in the context of what the young man had just gone through for what he believed was right, they are dynamic.  

Freedom Fight

     "Do you feel that it's wrong to discriminate against a person solely on the basis of race and color?" A question directed to Mayor West by Diane Nash. What struck me the most was the height at which discrimination was back then, especially in the south that it led to so many deaths and severe injuries of colored individuals in the struggle to be looked upon and treated as equal American citizens.

     Of all the tactics used by the students, I think the freedom riders tactic was more successful because it had a positive impact on the civil rights movement as they continuously displayed courage in their endeavor despite the numerous obstacles they encountered from the government, law enforcement, judicial system and the general public

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"Aint Scared of Your Jail", is a film about the color college students taking action because segregation was being notice.Not only the colored students took action, but some whites students helped them. The first action the students took was sitting at a dining table where the whites seated at, but nobody served the colored students two weeks straight. After that violent broke out, whites beating up colored students and other people who were protesting with them. The colored people came up with many tactics to protest without fighting back and the tactics are: Sit-ins, Workshops, Bus Boycott, no colored people went to downtown, and Freedom Riders. Freedom Riders is where most of the action happen, whites beat up colored and the police arrested the colored for causing trouble. When the colored people didn't go downtown, Whites noticed their business was affect by the colored people. So the color people had enough of the segregation and protest to the mayors office and he agreed segregation was wrong, then he declared Whites and Blacks have equal rights.