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Club Penguin’s Annual Halloween Party Gets Spookier

Club Penguin’s Annual Halloween Party Gets Spookier

Club Penguin’s Annual Halloween Party Gets Spookier with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts-Inspired Haunted Mansion and new Halloween Single, “Ghosts Just... read more
Science Project: Spooky Halloween Smoke Machine

Science Project: Spooky Halloween Smoke Machine

What is the best part about Halloween? The costumes? The candy? Getting to roam your neighborhood well into the night? Or is it the science? ... read more
Oct 21, 2013 | 62 comments
Zombie Costume Tips

Zombie Costume Tips

Every year for Halloween, you love dressing up in the same costume: princess, batman, tinker bell, pirate… etc. This year you still want to dress up a... read more

Teen Read Week

On October 17, YALSA is celebrating Teen Read Week 2012 with a Tweet-a-thon. Find out how you can join the conversation.... read more
Pumpkin Carving 101

Pumpkin Carving 101

Carving pumpkins is a popular Halloween activity in North America. Kidzworld has some great tips and tricks!... read more
Oct 23, 2013 | 36 comments
 MADAGASCAR 3: Travel Tips from Marty and Alex

MADAGASCAR 3: Travel Tips from Marty and Alex

Check out the great travel tips from Alex and Marty, the lovable lion and zebra from MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED!... read more
Book Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray

Book Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray

Best known for her Great and Terrible Beauty trilogy, Libba Bray returns with a spooky teen novel about the occult and a serial killer who just won’t ... read more
Learn How to Knit

Learn How to Knit

Knitting is a great way to make your own clothes and accessories. Hats or scarves, sweaters or socks, you can make some wild comfy clothes. And isn’t ... read more
Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, a month where communities can band together to talk about and take action against bullying. F... read more
Oct 01, 2013 | 111 comments
Keeper of the Lost Cities

Keeper of the Lost Cities

Twelve-year-old Sophie has never quite fit into her life. Read all about the new book "Keeper of the Lost Cities"! ... read more
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

There is so much environmental mess in the world today, more and more people are changing their own daily lifestyles to change things around. ... read more
How to Make a Cornucopia

How to Make a Cornucopia

A cornucopia is an ancient symbol for abundance. Literally it translates from its Latin derivative as, “horn of plenty”. Today the cornucopia is most ... read more
Oct 01, 2014 | 8 comments
Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School by Kimberly Dana

E-Book Review: Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School by Kimberly Dana

If you’re afraid of making that scary transition from elementary to middle school, then check out Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Midd... read more
Make Your Own Teabag

Make Your Own Teabag

The weather’s changed and the best way to stay warm is to cozy up in a wool sweater with a nice cup of hot tea. There are lots of delicious teas to pi... read more
Book Review: The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore

Book Review: The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore

To defeat the Mogadorian leader Setrakus Ra, the Gardes must come together and fight as one. The Lorien Legacies trilogy concludes with The Rise of Ni... read more

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FlamingUnicorn
This is a tricky topic, because I believe that there should be no riots, but also no racism.  Part of the problem I believe is the media, for they choose to show mainly footage of rioting, but there is a ton of footage of children even PLAYING  with these cops online from people in Baltimore. As you said 200 out of 2000 people are out rioting, the rest being peaceful. Despite that the riots get attention, MLK was famous for being peaceful even when the opposition wasn't.  So was Rosa Parks.  Protesting peacefully is the best way, especially when people begin to see that one side is remaining cool-headed while another is acting rash.  Scientifically, parents aren't supposed to yell at their kids because it send a message to them that if their parents aren't staying calm, why should they? The same rule applies here. If protesters are acting violent, why should they be listened to?  I remember you talking about sports riots, and my dad always starts talking about media coverage with those when riots like this happen.  I really do believe that people should read blogs to get all sides of stories media covers before forming an opinion. Racism is an important issue today, and we need to make sure it is solved. :/
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shae508 posted in Say Anything:
I've seen it and it looks pretty interesting. But no.
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WizardGirl3311 posted in General:
Banned for misspelling lying (Not trying to be rude, just couldn't think of anything better.)
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