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Nothing day

Nothing day will be a day where everyone all over the world will go outside and just play together. They will not watch tv, or text on there phones because there be playing with their friends. No one will work either or but anything but just use the resources they have. I think this will be a good idea to save electricity for a wh*** day. But you can use the shower though, because we don't want to stink up the wh*** earth.

Added by Joleyne on March 24, 2010 at 2:07pm — 2 Comments

Sunny texting!!!!

One piece of technology we can modify is that are cellphones. Teens use cellphones constantly out side and inside. This may be a common idea but It can work. We can solar power cellphone! On the back of cellphones we can put solar panels so when teenagers are texting, the phones can be powered with sunny energy! It will cut down the use of chargers which sometimes people leave in the socket. When chargers are left in the socket, they still use energy, even if their not being used. We can save… Continue

Added by Joleyne on March 24, 2010 at 1:58pm — 1 Comment

Making a difference

Someone, or people, making a differene today is Disney. Over the years they have changed their ways and have inspired kids to go eco-friendly! One thing they did was tell everyone on a specific day to turn off the lights for I think 1 minute to save electricity. Hundreds of people did and save a lot of electricity. All you need to do is give people a cause to help and they will! :)

Added by Joleyne on March 24, 2010 at 1:45pm — 1 Comment


In the future, I will probably be eating sushi at a local sushi place. I know food security might be low in the future, but then again America is obese. America needs to lose weight and so they will eat foods that contain no grease and are made with plants. So sushi has advocade, carrots, and rice wrapped in seaweed. These are all plants. I will porbably be eating with my friends ( We are all in this together!!!!) Food security dosen't have to ruin our lives, we can even lose weight.

Added by Joleyne on March 20, 2010 at 1:49am — 1 Comment

Lets Help!!!!

In my neighborhood, there are alot of empty parking lots. That is usually the case in alot of communitys. The lots are being used for nothing and the answer to these empty parking lots are turning them into big spaces of fun!!!! You could clear the junk and build a childrens playground. Or a community garden. There are lots of possibilities to this. With all this empty land we can create a better environment for everyone!

Added by Joleyne on March 20, 2010 at 1:38am — 3 Comments

food security!!!!

the biggest challenge in my neighborhood is having enough money to buy food you need. people go around asking for change or a few loose dollars. most of the time they don't use it for food but for cigars or drinks. so in a way, they can't complain that they don't have any food.

Added by Joleyne on March 18, 2010 at 2:01pm — 3 Comments

Moi in 10 years

In 10 years, I will probably be living in wither New York, Florida, California or Tokyo. I will either be a fashion designer or an artist leading a big line of either clothes or paintings. I will be a milionaire with a really cool car. When that man calls me, I'll probably be in my house at my desk working hard, my brain shouting out ideas. When he calls for me, I will meet him in a secret place in an alley and he will give me directions. Then I will save the world!!!!



Added by Joleyne on March 15, 2010 at 11:38pm — 1 Comment

A good person

Paula Kahumbu

This person is trying to save wildlife! She has created a website that you can post updates/diary entries that anyone can post stuff about animals. People can also help the poster out if they need immediate help. The goal of the website is to save wildlife and prevent animsls from dying! This is a real issue today. A lot of natural disasters are killing the animals and so are humans! Its…


Added by Joleyne on March 15, 2010 at 11:25pm — 1 Comment

The Secrets Of Innovation!

"Think like a child – children have no limit to their thinking"

Adults should listen to children more often. Children have minds that strech for miles, all filled with ideas and thoughts. Once kids become teens, their imagination starts limiting down. And once they reach adulthood, there in reality because of their work and family. But if they could re-live their childhood, they would probably remember all those brilliant ideas. They could remember all those inventions they…


Added by Joleyne on March 15, 2010 at 10:46pm — 3 Comments

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