Hello Internets I just go a game where everything is made of blocks! Get ready for this it is called drum roll please… Minecraft! the game is made by a company called Monjang who I have never heard of but the game is amazing sadly I don’t have any servers so if you have minecraft and a server please leave a comment below saying the server name and code see you again soon!
Have you ever watched any of the Lord of the Rings movies? If you have watched the second one (the two towers) then you probably remember the scene where the crazy Uruk Hai (boss Ork) ran into the hole in the wall with a torch lit the bomb and went, well, BOOM! blowing up the wall and every one else around him.
I am now getting sidetracked but back to what I said about plastic model I said in the last post I wrote and the lord of the rings theme I started with and add it all together the end result is from a company called Games Workshop and they sell a type of model called a miniature. Miniatures are some times used for things like miniature strategy games. example one of them is Lord of the rings!
I bought a small pack including 8 Uruk Hai engineers 2 bombs 4 ladders and last but not least 2 Berserkers the contents are shown above.
I will be posting pictures of my progress in later posts. See you soon!
Hello Every one I have some links to some great blogs for you! They also if you did’nt know my class was too doing the student blogging challengee.
Second is Jordan’s Blog! (also from my class) Interested in skateboarding you’ll love it there!
Third is Dahls Blog! (from blog spot.com) he loves the militare!
Fourth I bring to you Shawns Blog! He is starting up but he has some quality work done!
good bye for now! Tommy.
Do you know what all of these have in common? Huh do ya? Well if you haven’t guessed yet then the answer is models! No, not super models like on TV and stuff. I am talking about the ones you get at the hobby shop. The ones you don’t touch for a month then get reminded by your mom that its been sitting there for that long. Then you finally get around to making it and that takes another month. Then you realize you should have painted certain parts before you glued them on, so you have to take another week of your free time to paint the small fragile pieces of plastic. Possibly breaking it a few times having to glue the parts together again. Then once you finish the kit you’re over filled with pride as you stare at the miniature in awe. that is what I will be trying to write about for the next while.
Have you ever heard of the Young Entrepreneur Program? If you haven’t heard of it it’s a program where kids from grade 6 and rarely grade7 run a small business where they have to design and create a product and sell it.
Don’t think it was easy. We had to do a lot of paperwork and then we had to make advertisements. After more than two weeks of work we finally did the fun part, selling the product to get money! The fair was amazing the gym was filled with stands and people lots of people looking at and buying our products and in the first half hour I sold out completely! After the crowds died down we all packed up and left. Then we had to count our profits which wasn’t sooo bad.
After all this believe it or not (knowing my lazy self) I liked it all!
The babies are coming! The babies are coming! Have you ever heard of the roots of empathy program before? Well if you haven’t here is a link to their about page. If your wondering why I am talking about this program now its because our class is having a baby come over and I am super exited.
I am mailing this to you because I have finally been received, opened, and tossed to the floor. revealing my friend and confusing my receiver. After weeks of being crammed together with my friends concealing each other’s brown hard cardboard bodies. Then to be opened then tossed aside to spectate the opening the next of my friends then the next box then the next frustrating our middle aged receiver. Two minutes later the man finally got to the very center and opened the last and very smallest box uncovering a small neat screwdriver one only the size for models. Once the shock of his Christmas wish coming true, the man started to howl with laughter then he stood up an hugged his wife then went to pick up all of the many boxes of his present and after a few seconds of walking we were placed in the recycling bin. After a few days of sitting in that blue bin a large moving box pulled up following a man with weird reflective clothing who then picked me up first (which is quite obvious because of my looks 🙂 then thew my soaked ruined body into the back of the box and soon my friends then the box drove away. Now I am here in a even bigger box and waiting for what happens next
P.S. I am cold sincerely your son Larry the box
Photo credit to ahhyeah
Evey one This is a sad time but it is time time to say good bye to a lost companion a guard from boredom it is time to bid farewell to an X-Box, probably the most amazing machine to enter my household. Through years of Halo, COD and other wonderful games she has given up and will soon be taken to the be recycled. because the horrible red ring of death has come fellow gamers please protect your game systems but for now we will say rest in peace and we will miss you X-Box.
Hello I have been wanting to do something like this for a while and now that I found the right plans I can now show you how to make an airsoftgun!
- A Buzzbee toy gun that uses shells (it has to use those shells)
- Straws big enough for your BBS to loosely fit
- Some small wire
- A power drill (warning if you are inexperienced with power tools or any type of tool please get someone to help you with them)
- A drill bit about the same size as the small hole in the bottom of the shell
- Hot glue gun
- Take the shell and drill a hole in the indent in the bottom with the power drill so the little stick in the center comes out.
- Take off the suction cup off the end of the dart, you do not need this any more ( do this to 1 for future reference).
- Take the straw and insert it into the foam topless dart.
- Measure the new dart with the stock dart and cut the straw to the same size.
- Insert the wire into the bottom of the dart so the BBS do not roll out the back of the shell, then cut to size.
- Put it all together so the wire end is at the back of it all and the cut straw is protruding out the front, then hot glue together.
- Load the BBS into the straw then insert a wad of paper to seal the BBS inside.
- Load the built and loaded casings normal as you would into the gun. Cock and fire.
(Warning do not aim at eyes or other sensitive regions or animals and make sure your target has eye protection)