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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Don't Worry. I'm Not Dead.

Hey, sorry I haven't blogged in a while. To tell you the truth, I sorta forgot I had this blog. Even though I have it bookmarked in my bookmarks bar at the top of my browser(I use Google Chrome just in case you're wondering). Anyway, just to blab about what's going on in my life, I joined the Penn Marching Kingsmen. I went to the 2 intro. days which were the first 2 days of summer. I had a lot of fun, but now I know I'm going to have to work out. It's not easy holding up an 8 pound Baritone out in front of you for 7 minutes straight(That is the approximate length of the show). I really don't know why I didn't chose to march Trombone, probably because I'm not coordinated enough to march it. Plus the ratio of Trombone to Baritones in the marching band is almost 2:1. Yes, you can have to many Trombones. And we do. Don't disagree Trombone players. You know we do. O.K., onto a totally different topic, grammar. One of my biggest pet peeves is bad grammar. I especially hate it when people use the word "broke" instead of "broken." Example: My arm is broken. NOT: My arm is broke. I saw a bench on a corner and it said "Water Softener Broke? Call 555-5555!" ON A BENCH! REALLY? Come on people. What do you think English class is for? People also mess up "there," "their," and "they're." Examples: There is a dog in the yard. It must be their dog. They're petting the dog. O.K. rant over. I'll try to remember to post more often now. Have a nice day!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Well, Hi.

Hello everybody! This is my first post on my first blog so bear with me. Today my parents bought a new fridge. Exciting right?...No?...O.K. Moving on. I'm currently waiting for the moon to come out because tonight is the night of the "Supermoon." Apparently this is the night when the moon is closest to the earth during it's orbit. Tonight is also the night of a full moon. So, in turn, makes the moon the biggest and brightest for tonight only. This only happens 18 years, so this should be pretty cool. But clouds have moved in, which means it could be harder to see the Supermoon. If my explanation of the Supermoon didn't make much, or any, sense to you, then move your pointer up to the search bar, click once, type in "Supermoon" (w/o quotes), and hit the enter button. Then look through the giant list of links, and click on one that suits your needs. Have a nice night, everybody!