So, you guys know I draw. And you guys also know that my drawings are copyrighted and may not be used anywhere without my explicit permission. There are mean people on the Internet that I’ve seen do some nasty things to other’s people’s art and I don’t want that to happen to mine. So if […]Read More [Update] Art Prints!
Check out Flash365’s blog if you like what you see! I remember the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. I don’t remember when. I don’t remember why. I do remember where; Minneapolis, Minnesota. There was a girl. We met in Maine. We met again two years later in Massachusetts. She moved to Minnesota in that […]Read More Shoutout to Flash365: The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Ever Seen
Sorry for the late post guys, but here’s the next round of essay prep. (1) Compare and contrast the attitudes of TWO of the following toward the wealth that was created in the United States during the late nineteenth century. I chose Andrew Carnegie and Eugene V. Debs. If you chose other people, you have to […]Read More APUSH Unit VI Essay Prep: Civil War, Reconstruction and Beyond (1860s-1900s)
U.S. History EOC Final Exam Review (Georgia Standards) Key Terms and Concepts Colonial Period: 1607-1750 1. Virginia Company 2. Tobacco 3. Powhatan 4. House of Burgesses 5. Bacon’s Rebellion 6. Slavery v. indentured servants 7. King Phillip’s War 8. town meetings 9. Rhode Island/Roger Williams 10. Half-way Covenant 11. Salem Witch Trials 12. royal […]Read More US History EOC Key Terms
Not everyone is capable of the mellower and more compassionate aspects of the human psyche. But everyone knows what a raised fist and a burning urge to hurt feels like. Violence is a survival instinct, a reaction to threat, real or imagined. My point? Speak it wisely for, just like any other language, it identifies […]Read More Blurb #3: Violence is the Universal Language
1. Northern views of slavery 2. popular sovereignty 3. Scott v. Sanford (1857) 4. Antebellum North v. South: population, economy, society, class conflict, etc. 5. Civil War North v South/“balance of forces” 6. Webster-Haynie Debate 7. Free African American population: north v south, occupations, status, etc. 8. The American Anti-Slavery Society/factions 9. the cotton gin […]Read More APUSH: Unit V Key Terms
For the next month or so, I need to be focused on school so articles on this site will drop significantly in volume. I’ll still post on Wednesdays and Sundays whenever I can, but in between, you might not see anything from me at all. I have several AP exams to study for as well […]Read More [Update] Final Exams
This is an introductory article to a bigger topic. Here’s the link to the other article whenever I have posted it. Introduction Today, we’re going to talk about an increasingly common crime type in this digitised age. Swatting is a term coined to describe instances of false police reports that result in the forceful entering of […]Read More The Rise of Swatting: Just a Prank? Or Domestic Terrorism?
Sam Shotter hurried along the wharf, fully aware of the looming grey clouds in the sky. The crates piled up haphazardly on either side made it more difficult to navigate and he cursed the day-sailors who left them there. He turned right and was forced to slow down as he encountered a maze of the […]Read More Story Starter: Unnamed and Unknown