Never stay home alone

October 17, 2008 at 12:01 pm (Uncategorized)

A stranger was knocking at the door. I was home alone, as I reached to answer. I thought it might be my parents but it was someone else. He was a stranger to me and he appeared to be an guard. He invited me to a party but I denied and asked him to leave. After a while he knocked the door again and I asked him to leave but he wouldn’t. Then he grabbed ma and took me to his world as I screamed, tried to get help from other places but it was useless. We finally reached to their planted Cokama. I had no idea what was going on until I got to their lab. I had an assignment to break a code. I finally broke the code and it was dark already. In the middle of night I try to get out of there lab and go back to my planet mokala. Suddenly the alarm rang and I was surrounded by some people as I was fighting at that moment I was surprised that these things werent humans they were robots. It was hard to defeat them and I ended up in a room with a little puppy.

Then after three days of thinking I finally got an idea to escape. I played dead and got to the hospital that’s where I made my move and escaped. It was 6 PM when I got home but my parents were already there. Where were you? They asked. I said shopping and I was grounded for rest of my natural life.     

 

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The role of religion in Massachusetts bay and Saudi Arabia

September 13, 2008 at 3:10 am (Uncategorized)

    

There are few differences between MBC and SA.  People migrated from England to MBC to find better jobs and be able to practice their religion freely. Some people moved to SA to find better jobs and not everyone can enter SA freely. SA is very strict country because of religion.  Women’s don’t have rights to do what they want in SA. Most of the Saudi women’s are just housewives and some work. Three main duties that women’s had to do in MBC obey their husband, have children, and run households.   

 

Education was important to Europeans because wanted their children to be able to read bible, but non Muslims read Quran. Non Muslims aren’t allowed to practice their religion freely in SA. There aren’t any churches in SA. People go to churches for ceremony and that’s how people get to know each other, just the same way people meet in the mosque to know each other.

Non Muslims aren’t allowed to go in districted cities, such as Mecca and Madinah. These are the places where all the Muslims from around the world come to pray in holly mosques and thats where people get to know each other. Mecca and Madinah  are the birth places for Islam. These are some similarities and differences between MBC and SA.  

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

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Johnny Tremain poll

October 28, 2008 at 6:26 am (Uncategorized)

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Hello world!

September 9, 2008 at 6:37 am (Uncategorized)

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