Archive for June, 2014

TROLLI SOUR BRITE EGGS by Jamiee Hickok

Posted in Candy, Food, Humor on June 27, 2014 by Mr. Winch

Trolli Sour Brite Eggs are so incredibly healthy! People work so hard all day, and at the end of day, they take that trip to 7-Eleven. Brite Eggs are a cure for that sweet -tooth feeling. They will perk you up and get you ready for your crazy family waiting at home. The sugar rush keeps you going all night, and you will crash later and  sleep like a baby.  So in the end, Trolli Sour Brite Eggs are super healthy for today’s lifestyle.

Ruin by Ana Garrett

Posted in Dance, Hip-Hop with tags , , on June 27, 2014 by Mr. Winch

Ruin and Lil Style Ripper are the best krumpers in the world. Ruin has arm placements, speed, control, character, basics, tricks and puzzles. Ruin tells a story when he krumps and when he get buck, he gets the crowd hype. Lil Style Ripper has material, basics, tricks, character and storytelling when he battles.  When they battle,  Ruin has more material so while both are great, I have to say that Ruin is the best.

Best Movie Of All Time by Ivonne Berenice Betty Tavera Vallejo

Posted in Movies, Romance, Spanish Movies with tags , on June 27, 2014 by Mr. Winch

Tres Metros Sobre El Cielo (Three Meters Above The Sky) is the best romantic movie of all time. The story takes place in the beautiful city of Barcelona. The story is about two young people who live in two different worlds. Babi is a rich girl who wants to find the love of her life, and Hugo is a guy who lives for speed and violence.  A series of events makes Babi and Hugo meet, and they begin to have feelings for each other.  Unfortunately, having a relationship is almost impossible because Babi’s mother is strict, mean, and old fashioned. Babi doesn’t support Hugo and blames her hot sweet racer of a boyfriend for everything.  Hugo never gives up on Babi; all he wants to do is please her.  Three Metros Sobre El Cielo isn’t your regular romantic movie; there’s a twist that will leave you speechless. Trust me, you’ll want to watch it over and over. Each time you watch it, it will leave you sobbing.

 

Lois Lowry’s The Giver (A book review by Jack D.)

Posted in Book Reviews, dystopia, Newberry Winners, Sci-fi, Young Adult books with tags , , on June 10, 2014 by Mr. Winch

The setting of this masterpiece is a futuristic dystopian society.  The main character is Jonas, who is handpicked by the elders to be the new receiver, one of the highest ranking jobs. But what does the receiver do, exactly? He or she receives memories from the previous receiver, or the current giver. The process is repeated several times throughout history, giving the receiver knowledge none of the others possess. The receiver uses these memories to lend advice and aid the leaders of the society when the leaders are confronted with an unknown threat. As Jonas receives these memories, he sees more and more holes in the perfect society. He also begins to gains something that very few people have, the ability to see color.  Read the book to learn how Jonas copes with this new way of life.