Sunday, December 4, 2011

Game Script Website

This is my second website I've made for my class. It is a game script. If you want to learn more about the seven continents of this beautiful world check out my script at...

Monday, November 28, 2011


I have been so excited to finally reach the decade 2000! Considering that everyone knows exactly what fads i'm going to write about, I feel this will be a really good week to list of all the fun, trendy things of this decade! I hope you enjoy my list, and I hope it will take you back!

High School Musical
mini skirts with leggings
skinny jeans 
American Idol
Emo Music & Emo Style 
Suped Up Cars (like on Pimp My Ride)
Flare Jeans
The phrase, "That's Hot" (made famous by Paris Hilton)
Napolean Dynamite
William Hung
Wide skate shoes with fat laces
Mentos and Coke
High School Musical
Dance Dance Revolution
Robotic Pets
The Big Mouth Billy Bass 
Reality TV Shows
Atkins / Low Carb Diets
Snoop Dogg speak
Numa Numa Web Video
Energy Drinks (Red Bull, Full Throttle, Monster Energy, etc.).
Razor Scooters
Dragonball Z (2000 - 2002?)[7]
Texas hold 'em Poker
Tivo / DVR
Fantasy Leagues
Speed Dating
Flash Mobs
Text messaging
Uggs (boots)
Vanilla Coke
Hannah Montana
Oversized sunglasses 
Ring Tones
Gel pens
Hybrid cars
TV/DVD screens in cars
Using Online Slang In Speech (OMG, BRB, etc.)
Crocs (shoes)
Pocket Bikes
The Million Dollar Homepage and pixel advertising 
World of Warcraft
Jared the Subway Guy
P2P File Sharing (Napster, Kaaza, etc.)
LiveSTRONG yellow wristbands (to support the fight against cancer)
The Da Vinci Code
Low Rise Jeans
US flags on cars
Wireless Camera Phones
Bratz Dolls
Social Networks (
Vlogs (bideo blogs)
Sudoku puzzles

Monday, November 21, 2011


I have finally arrived at the decade I was born in! The 1990's was truly the electronic age! I want to discuss the music of the 90's considering I actually remember the songs this time!

I argue that these songs are the,
Top 90's Hits You Need To Make Your Collection Complete:
1. Summertime - DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
2. Everybody (Backstreet's Back) - Backstreet Boys
3. Tubthumping - Chumbawamba
4. We Like To Party! - Vengaboys
5. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) - Green Day
6. The Sign - Ace of Base
7. Under The Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers
8. The Impression That I Get - Mighty Mighty Bosstones
9. Man On The Moon - R.E.M.
10. Fly - Sugar Ray
11. Zoot Suit Riot - Cherry Poppin' Daddies
12. Men In Black - Will Smith
13. I Want You Back - *Nsync
14. Blaze of Glory - Jon Bon Jovi
15. Mr. Jones - Counting Crows
16. ... Baby One More Time - Britney Spears 
17. Walkin On the Sun - Smash Mouth
18. Butterfly Kisses - Bob Carlisle
19. Livin La Vida Loca - Ricky Martin
20. Doo Wop (That Thing) - Lauren Hill

My personal favorite is the Venga Boys video I have uploaded below!

Monday, November 14, 2011


If you were born in the 1980's you will for sure remember all of these fun fads from the decade! Hopefully this list can give you an idea of what times were like, or if you were there help you to remember and laugh at all these funny trends!

Roos (Kangaroo tennis shoes) 
Legwarmers worn over jeans
charm necklaces 
Yo-Yo Sandals 
jeans with the zippers up the legs 
Aqua Net Hairspray 
The British Invasion (U2, Duran Duran, Culture Club, A-Ha, etc) 
Swatch Watches
Apple Computers
Rubik's Cube
Strawberry Shortcake
Guys with one earring
Care Bears
Jelly Shoes
Simon (the game)
Shasta soda
Neon (clothings, bracelets, signs, etc.)
Scrunch Socks
Schoolhouse Rock
Friendship Bracelets
Josie and the Pussycats
HOT stickers
Sock Sweat Bands
Mullets and Rat tails (long strip of hair in back of neck) 
Slap Bracelets
Dungeons and Dragons
Hanging out at Video Arcades
Trapper Keepers
Big Hair Bows
Brat Pack
Bandana tied around one's leg
Ripped jeans
BBS (Bulletin Board Systems - Kind of like the Internet but text based )
Chuck E. Cheese
Where's the Beef
Hershey Kiss Lip Gloss
Valley Girl talk
Hungry Hungry Hippos
Teddy Ruxpin
Penny Loafers
Weird Al
American Gladiators
Lip Smackers
Goatee Beards
WWF Wrestling
Vans Tennis Shoes
Judy Blume books
Big Hair with lots of hairspray (including glam/hair metal bands)
Break Dancing
Brightly colored feather roach clips in hair
Denim Jackets
Muppet Babies
Michael Jackon type glitter gloves
Paint Pens
Ouija Boards
Having your collar up
Lace fingerless gloves (like Madonna wore)
Feathered Hair
California Raisins
Crush soda pop
Miami Vice Fashion
Weeble Wobbles
Skater Hair Cuts (lopsided haircuts)
Rainbow Brite
Hello Kitty
Koosh Balls
Wacky WallWalker
Connect Four
Scratch 'n Sniff Stickers
Leveraged Buyouts
Sticker Collections and Albums
Slip 'n Slide
"Just Say No"
Trivial Pursuit
Ray-Ban sunglasses
Tupperware Parties
Chia Pets
Alfred E.Neuman
Roller Skating Rinks
Parachute Pants
Sleeveless shirts
Sony Walkmans
Remote Control Cars
Pop Rocks
"Members Only" jackets
New Wave music
John Hughes Movies (Sixteen Candles, Breakfest Club, etc.)
Horror Movies (Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, etc.),
Boom Boxes / Ghetto Blasters
Big Shoulder Pads
Pee Wee Herman
Polaroid cameras
Bomb disaster drills at schools
Cabbage Patch Dolls
Garbage Pail Kids
Army Ants
The Preppy look
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
"Totally awsome!"
My Little Pony
Crocodile Dundee Hats
Sweater on Waist
'Baby on Board' Signs
Doc Marten Lace-Up Shoes (army boots)
Beauty Moles

Sunday, November 6, 2011


This week in class we made websites, so I'm going to give you the link to mine so you can check it out!! Happy blogging everyone :)

Sunday, October 30, 2011


Those who lived through the 70s remember it largely as a wonderful celebration of peace following a decade of chaos and turmoil. It was, for many, the era of funky clothes and happy sitcoms. I am going to blog about 8 funny fads that were popular in the 1970's.
1. Disco
In the 1970s, disco arrived armed with keyboards, drum machines, sugary lyrics, and extended dance breaks. 
2. Afros
The Black Power movement of the late '60s and early '70s claimed the mantra "Black is Beautiful," and the Afro was one way to show solidarity among black people.
3. Roller Skates
Back in the 18th century, people were hip to the idea of attaching wheels to their feet to get around faster. 
4. Pet Rock
California entrepreneur Gary Dahl was joking around with friends one night in 1975 about the perfect pet.
5. Leisure Suits
If you were a with-it kind of guy in the '70s, you had at least one leisure suit. 
6. Mood Rings
Who knew a thermochromic liquid crystal could foretell the mood of humans?
7. CB Radio
Before chat rooms, there were CB radios. Citizens' Band radios were (and still are) largely used by truckers on the road to communicate with other drivers in their range.
8. Punk Rock
Not everyone in the '70s was feeling the love.

Monday, October 24, 2011


The 1960's was a decade that was ruled by the young. Hey, the post World War II Baby Boom had created 70 million teenagers they dictated the fashion, the fads and the politics of the decade.
In California surfers took to skateboards, because even back then they were body and health conscious in California. Skateboards like surfing was away to stay fit, when not surfing. By 1963, the fad had spread across the country.
Barbie dolls, were introduced by Mattel in 1959. Hasbro also came up with G. I. Joe, 12 inches tall and the first action figure for boys.
Slot cars overtook toy trains in popularity. As for the music of the 1960's here is a list of the top ten songs!

Number 1 Hits in 1960's
YearTrack TitleArtist Name
1960Theme from A Summer PlacePercy Faith
1961Tossin' and Turnin'Bobby Lewis
1962I Can't Stop Loving YouRay Charles
1963Sugar ShackThe Fireballs
1964I Want To Hold Your HandThe Beatles
1965SatisfactionThe Rolling Stones
1966Ballad Of The Green BeretsSSG Barry Sadle
1967To Sir With LoveLulu
1968Hey JudeThe Beatles
1969Aquarius / Let the Sunshine InThe 5th Dimension