Saturday, August 3, 2013

cleveland man is in prison

after Ten years, fun is over for Ariel Castro. Ten years ago, Ariel Castro started taking women to his bacement. throughout the ten years, he had upto 4 women hailed hostage. During this time, castro acted as if nothing was happening. to his family and neighbors he was a good person. Nobody knew what went on when the doors were closed. It would be ten years later after two murders and three strong women that the story was reveiled. Now, after only days of getting started with their new lives, Three women get justis. at a hearing, where Castro was sentenced to life in prison, one of his victoms confronted him. Michelle Knight said that the death penalty would be easyer. She further said, "You took 11 years of my life away." Even his family does not want anything to do with him. His son has said that he will not be visiting his dad. To avoyed the death penalty, Castro declared himself gilty of 937 counts. after all that he has had to face, He has no remorce for what he did. during the hearing, He tried to justify his actions by saying that he is an adict. However, for this man there will be no help. Castro has no chance of being paroled. Michelle Knight's statement that his hell was just beginning is proving to be correct. He will be in isolation at the Lorain prison for a short time until it is determined where he gos from there

Friday, January 7, 2011

What a great opportunity

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I am sure that when I tell you that you can win things every time you reach an amount of points. There are a lot of surveys, so in less than a month, you could get your first reward. So, please join me, and lets start earning points together! Cannot wait for my first reward!

Monday, December 20, 2010

This is very interesting. Water is supposed to be OK to drink.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Good website to check out

Sunday, October 3, 2010

different lifestile

Homo sexuality and marriage
What is the first question that someone will probably ask a person who is against homosexual marriages? How does it affect you? Most people say as long as they don’t disrupt there lives it is fine what those people do. It is their life.
Here is my take. We have been witness of how many bad things have happened when man tries to make his own path to walk on. Nothing happens in the first years, but it always finishes bad for someone.
For example, for a long time, slavery was permitted around the world. Perhaps, people were suffering in silence. There came a time where people got tired, and they slowly gained there freedom.
I can tell you about more stories like that but this will suffice.
All of us must learn what are our abilities and disabilities. A lot of people say that gay people did not choose to be that way. None of us chose to be born the way we were.
I know they are in pain but so are other people. As a blind person, I cannot drive. This hurts me. I need to ask around to see if someone is willing to take me where I need to go.
We must learn how to suffer because with out it, we would not know many things. Without it, we would become ungrateful. People have to try to accept who they are.
Marriage is more than a union between two people. Marriage is a bond, a spiritual union; it is becoming one with the other person.
In homosexual marriages, this cannot happen because they are two people of the same gender. How is that union going to take place?
It cannot because of the many challenges. Our creator designed our bodies with a specific purpose. It does not matter if you are an atheist or a person who believes in a higher being, or if you are a religious person. Marriages are something sacred, and we cannot change things around just so we can fit them to please / satisfy our needs and wants.
Later on, it is going to be seen as normal seeing two men or women going places and not be criticized, by anyone because everyone will accept there lifestyle. Children will be taught to respect one another. That I agree with. Just because I do not accept gay people getting married does not mean that I don’t respect them and would be willing to help them if I could do it. If schools are teaching kids about homosexuality and that is OK, then they should begin to teach them about bullying, people with disabilities, finances, and discipline.
We still have a long way to walk, but it is the wrong way. Unfortunately, our priorities are set wrong. He who follows him will have everlasting life. He is the way, the truth, and the life.
We are as blind people in a dark room. He who is watching us is able to see, he sent his son to guide us. A lot of people have rejected him for so long. The Holy Spirit is like a flashlight, guiding us.
Knowing that we have made so many mistakes and that we have tripped over and over, why do we follow this rode?

Saturday, October 2, 2010


Hi, I would like to make a request, but first of all, let me say that I am so glad that people are commenting on this blog. I like writing what I feel, and I like sharing it with everyone.
OK, my request. There are some comments here, and the only signature is Anonymous. Could those people please please write their names?Thanks,
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Saturday, September 25, 2010

The dream act

How sad that the dream act did not pass. It did not get enough votes. Probably I have said this before. These people that are working for us are acting like children. If for some reason they did not like the dream act, why can't they suggest some changes or come up with another prop? I don't get it. As long as we are divided, we are never going to move forward. Why did we end up like this? how, when, and at what time? This country needs a make over.