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CandyWorld

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on April 13, 2010

I choose candywolrd because I think its a website that tells you what exactly what there business is what they do and just simple.

Disney World

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on April 13, 2010

Pirates and Treasure

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on March 16, 2010

Pirates

The Jolly Rodger

The Jolly Rodger was an actual flag that Pirates would fly.The flag had many variation but the main body was usually always a scull and crossbones.

A  Buccaneer

A buccaneer was initially someone who fought particularly the Spanish in the South America/Caribbean area.

Treasure

The truth is that very few pirates buried  their treasure.

Pirates got treasure by stealing it from the treasure fleets.

Pirates

Treasure

Career Day

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on March 3, 2010

On career day students learned about a variety of career areas. Professionals from fields provide students with information about pursuing a careers in their field.

Super Cross

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 26, 2010

Hosa Fashion Show

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 25, 2010

DREAMGIRLS!!!!!

Black History

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 25, 2010



UFC

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 23, 2010

UFC 110 is now over and the countdown to UFC 111 begins.  UFC 111, unlike the more recent UFC pay-per-view telecasts, is one well worth the tag price.  That can’t be said out loud about cards like UFC 110 and UFC 109.  The fact is there are too many UFC cards on PPV.  Dana White was a boxer back in  his day and apparently he still has it in his system.  How else do you explain the UFC’s overabundance of PPV events?  Hosting too many PPVs seriously hurt boxing industry.  UFC head honcho Dana White has acknowledged this in the past and here he is committing the same crimes as boxing did.  The UFC is becoming more like the IRS where the more you put in the less you get out of it.

UFC

Shark Bait

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 22, 2010

Ski Jumping

Posted in Uncategorized by charmnator3 on February 22, 2010

Ski Jumping is when a athlete skis down  a long ramp, referred to as the in-run, and launches into the air at speeds of up to 95 kilometers per hour. Once in the air, jumpers assume the V-style and adjust their position to maximize lift and minimize drag. Competitors are evaluated on distance and style and while there is a very close relationship between the two, the skier with the longest jump will often have the highest style points. Wind, temperature, humidity, snow type and other factors that can impact the distance a jumper flies.

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