Miranda Cosgrove VS Selena Gomez

28 09 2010

I can’t believe it has come to this. Since this deals with pop culture, I guess it’s bloggable. Is that a word? Anyway, you don’t have to be a tween to be a fan of these girls, but it is a prerequisite (I think I read that somewhere so it must be true). Vote for who you like best. Prettiest, most talented, funniest, whatever your reason just vote! Feel free to express your feelings in the comments. For instance, “This post is gay!” or “What is wrong with you!” or anything about the girls. Here we go.

Miranda Cosgrove


Star of iCarly, past roles include Summer in The School of Rock, young Lana Lang in Smallville, and Megan in Drake & Josh.

Selena Gomez

Star of Wizards of Waverly Place. Past roles include Beezus in Ramona and Beezus, Helga in Horton Hears a Who!, and Mary in Another Cinderella Story.





Frankenweenie

26 09 2010




Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Is A Nice Way To Say,”Shut You’re Gay Mouth!”

22 09 2010


Senator McCain, an influential advocate for “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” avoids questions and tries to show that he knows what he’s talking about, but seems not to say much.

Lady Gaga’s attempt to persuade the Senate to repeal the stay in the closet if you’re in the military bill also known as “Don’t ask, don’t tell, has failed. “Don’t ask, don’t tell” shows that America doesn’t mind if you fight and die for you’re country, you just can’t be open about you’re personal life. If you ask me, “Don’t ask, don’t tell” is a joke. You don’t want people to know you have gay soldiers? Isn’t it obvious they’re gay? Haven’t you seen their boots? Oh, everyone has to wear those? While the soldiers are strapping on ammo and grenades, the gay soldiers call it “accessorizing.” Okay, enough with the bad jokes. In all seriousness, “Don’t ask, don’t tell” takes rights away from brave, hardworking Americans who should be thanked for their services rather than shamed for being themselves. As Americans, we need to fight for equality for ALL, not just for the majority. You can watch Lady Gaga’s youtube message to the Senate HERE.

Former President, Bill Clinton, says that when “Don’t ask, don’t tell”  was passed in 1993, he was misled about the bill. Clinton says, “I accepted it because it was better than an absolute ban,” Clinton said. “I was promised it would be better than it was.” He also says, “Gay service members would never get in trouble for going to gay bars, marching in gay rights parades as long as they weren’t in uniform … That was what they were promised. That’s a very different ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ than we got.” Read the full article HERE. I think Clinton would agree that “Don’t ask, don’t tell” is a mistake that needs to be fixed.





Poem I Wrote For English Class

21 09 2010

How could I have known that this day would be the opposite of my birthday? It is only a season away. One dark day away, and the grieving will begin, if I am so lucky. How do I say goodbye without looking like a fool? Would it be foolish not to, to say the things I thought to? This day, opposite of my birth, awaits me, yet it does not wait for me. The ticking of the clock beckons me, but what if I refuse to acknowledge time? What if I float in space? Could this day be erased? There is no time to find out. There is no time left.





The Tourist Trailer

19 09 2010




Lady Gaga’s Message to the Senate

18 09 2010

Despite being a “fame monster,” it is good to see someone take action to help make the United States a better country.





Fable 3 Level Walkthrough

18 09 2010