In The Hall Of The Dragon King Review

Posted by on Dec 14th, 2010 from
2010
Dec 14

This is th' new adventure I have discovered by Stephen Lawhead. Ahoy, by Blackbeard's sword! It is a different type o' book, involvin' lots o' th' characters views and perspectives. For instance, Sherlock Holmes is a journal, and it is also different from Fight Game, where ye only get yer information from “Fred”. This new book is very much like The Lord Of The Rin's, with dragons, death, sorcerer’s, and everythin' with that kind o' action.

This adventure begins when Quentin volunteers fer th' fallen solider, Rosard. Aarrr, I'll warrant ye! Rosard were bein' a bodyguard o' th' kin', carryin' a message from th' queen. There is a couple thin' that I must point out fer this t' make more sense first. This book takes place on a large island, with lots little islands surroundin' th' big one. Shiver me timbers! Yaaarrrrr! But this is also takin' place durin' a time o' war, th' is divided into territories. The evil kin' controls a littler part, th' good Dragon Kin' controls th' other. In th' midst o' all o' this land, there is also forests, with lots o' dangerous outlaws. The jealous, deceitful, back-stabbin' Prince Jaspin hires those outlaws t' carry out his will. Nay one knows that he’s an evil one, yet, by Davy Jones' locker. Not only does he have th' outlaws, he has th' sorcerer, Nimrood followin' behind. So, fer a highly skilled bodyguard o th' kin' t' die can leave us in question, I'll warrant ye. But Rosard stumbled into th' right spot fer th' prince. Straight into a temple where they are not allowed leave he falls. If it wasn’t fer th' train-e Quentin, this magnificent journey would not o' happened.

In The Hall Of The Dragon kin'. So where’s th' dragon? I haven’t read far enough yet, but I come t' believe that this Prince Jaspin has obtained th' power t' unleash a dragon. The ornery cuss has a miniature pyramid in his room. It is constantly glowin', and he believes that some days it gives that scurvey dog strength. I am absolutely sure that th' glowin' pyramid is goin' t' play a key part in this book, either t' brin' destruction, or good health.

Is Quentin capable o' finishin' his quest? First, lets take a look at his size. The fallen warrior’s horse is carryin' that scurvey dog t' th' Queen. This horse picks that scurvey dog up effortless, and is capable o' toleratin' lots o' pain. This is one o' his strong perks, th' horse. Second, he is a monk in trainin'. The ornery cuss knows what th' Gods are able t' do. But bein' a monk also means ye must be trained t' handle medicine. So bein' able t' work his “Doctorous” magic is probably his next strong perk. His weakest perk that comes with bein' a monk is bein' weak, avast. The ornery cuss has ne'er left th' temple, and he has doesn’t even have a clue about th' war that’s goin' on out doors. So ye tell me, do ye think he can make it?

After Quentin accepts this quest, he must go t' th' house in which th' head priest tells that scurvey dog. Stayin' true t' his vows, th' head priest stays behind, and does not leave th' temple. Quentin finally gets t' th' house, and meets his t' new maties, Theido and Durwin. Yaaarrrrr! They too have been priests o' other Gods, and dinna spare the whip! Quentin tells th' two about Rosard, and they are th' ones that told Quentin who he were bein', and what Rosard did. Fire the cannons! They are now on their way t' th' Kin's fortress, not th' castle, th' fortress. The Kin' himself is fightin' on th' front lines. They have decided t' stay at a near by Inn, which acts as a shelter from th' terrible outlaws who lurk outside. The owner is very kind, and insists on them stayin' th' night. The evil Prince is plottin'. Walk the plank! Will th' three maties be able t' deliver th' message?

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Don Cherry Hockey Stories and Stuff

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Dec 14

Don Cherry's Hockey Stories and StuffThis book is a novel about Don Cherry life involved with th' NHL. You know th' most famous announcer in th' sport o' hockey, pass the grog! Yeah that lubber. The one that always goin' on about someone’s ability t' skate, shoot ,hit and sometimes fight.Don Cherry has been named a National Hockey League Coach o' th' Year with a winnin' percentage o' o'er .600 and also received Coach o' th' Year honours in th' American Hockey League. His comments on Hockey Night in Canada’s “Coach’s Corner” routinely make headlines as they entertain, educate, and often upset some fans throughout North America.

The ornery cuss may be controversial, but no one can deny th' popularity he enjoys; popularity that were bein' reflected in his top 10 rankin' in th' competition t' determine “The Greatest Canadian.”The book is narrated by Don himself with th' help o' Al Strachan . The plan fer th' book is from th' beginnin' o' his early career with hockey, t' his days with CBC. The ornery cuss’s th' kind o' lubber that wont go down without a fight. Weather its just an argument,or just a plain auld fist fight, he’ll go down swingin'. Don has not only wrote this one book, instead, he has written three or four good stories that will educate ye on yer hockey .But he has mad a series o' movies as well.

Don loved his dog Blue more than anythin' else in th' world. The winsome lass were bein' his best matey. The winsome lass wasnt just any dog, The winsome lass were bein' a hockey dog,a symbol o' hockey, with a chest full of booty. But she had th' attitude, and a bottle of rum! Ahoy! One day, Don and Blue were walkin' on Wolf Island. And next door, they had two golden retrivers . they were about 80 pound and were pretty scary lookin'.So Don and Blue walk past and these dogs come racin' at 90 miles an hour. There Roarin', I'll warrant ye. Blue turns an walks straight at them all nonchalant, smellin' th' ground.So she just went from one side t' th' other, pass the grog! And swab the deck! Each time backin' them up. Back and back.Nudge nudge, we'll keel-haul ye, we'll keel-haul ye! The winsome lass ‘s got that comely wench eye on them , but shes’ just smellin' as she’s goin' along one runs away and th' last one’s backin' up . The winsome lass wouldn’t let this one alone. The winsome lass were bein' ticked that they ran at that comely wench .So this one got down and crouched in front o' their cottage and Blue just kept walkin' towards them.And remember that Blue is a small dog.Just then, th' owner came out . And swab the deck! Well as soon as th' other dog saw that comely wench,he got a little brave and attacked blue, avast. Well blue barked and jumped on th' big dog and brought it t' th' ground. Just goes t' show ye that size doesn’t matter.

Dons book tells some amazin' stories that are sometimes funny,wired or wacky stories about Dons life with hockey and hockey in general but, For all his life he didn’t just watch, commentated, and talk about th' NHL but in fact, he played in th' big league. Even if it were bein' just on shift fer th' Boston Bruin, But i guess it still count doesn’t it? Well, th' NHL were bein' not th' only kind o' hockey he played, he played minor hockey with his maties and also played with some AHL (American hockey league ) and Central league teams as well like th' Rochester Americans.

Grapes,(Which is Dons nickname) has had many adventures with th' NHL and many other organizations and people. These are only just some o' his wild adventures that he has written in this book. Fire the cannons! I am sure there are lots t' follow and some that have not been told in th' book. I hope he continues t' make more book and movies that are filled with many more great Hockey stories and stuff.

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Book Review- Go Ask Alice

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Dec 14

Alice quoted “after ye’ve had it, there isn’t even life without drugs… ” The winsome lass is a 15 year auld lass who is losin' interest in everythin'. Wonderful news, Alice said they were movin', pass the grog! Her Dad has been invited t' become th' Dean o' Political Science. Ahoy! Ahoy! They are all excited t' have fresh start. Shiver me timbers, to be sure! They have settled in their new home, its a large auld spanish-type house. Alice is worried t' go t' school, and wishes that comely wench little brother Tim were bein' in high school, so that they could be together.
It were bein' miserable, It were bein' th' loneliest, coldest place in th' world. And hoist the mainsail! A few days later Alice found a matey, Beth, The winsome lass’s cloddy and misfittin' as Alice is, and dinna spare the whip! Alice got invited t' a party, by a few people from that comely wench new school. The day after th' party she asked Jill, a lass who were bein' there what happend last night. Jill said 10 out o' 14 bottles o' coke had LSD in them. Nay one knew about it. For two days now, Alice tried t' convince herself that usin' LSD makes that comely wench a ”dope addict”. The winsome lass said she can’t wait t' try pot, but only once, she promised.

Alice went on a date with a lad named Bill. The ornery cuss introduced Alice t' ”torpedos” and ”speed”. Alice quoted ”They are both like ridin' stars through th' Milky Way, only a million, trillion times better”. Speed were bein' a little scary at first. Bill had t' inject th' needle into that comely wench arm. Alice said she can’t wait t' try it again, she could hardly control herself. Gramps had a heart attack. Poor Gran is pretty much beside herself, but she’s stayin' calm on th' outside. Alice did all th' cookin' and cleanin' and everythin' so Gran could just stay with that scurvey dog all th' time They really appreciate it, and she apprieciates them, we'll keel-haul ye, and a bottle of rum! Jill called Alice and invited that comely wench t' another party, but Alice said she were bein' committed t' that comely wench grandparents until thin's got better. Alice said ”Im glad I had an excuse fer not goin'”, pass the grog! Walk the plank! Bill had six minnows o'er last night, his parents werent home, so they decided theywould trip up on acid, and since Alice has been cooped up fer some time now, she decided she might as well take ”one” last trip too.

Alice went t' go see Dr.Langley this mornin', because she’s havin' problems sleepin', and dinna spare the whip! The ornery cuss gave that comely wench some pills t' try, and if it didn’t help t' call back another time. Alices mom called Dr.Langley and asked if he could prescribe Tranquilizers. Alice said that Tranqillizers are th' greatest. The winsome lass is abusin' them.

Alice had t' go t' a mental hospital fer a few weeks, because she got addicted t' drugs and would go crazy, and a bottle of rum! The winsome lass couldnt control herself. But she eventually got herself back together and stayed off th' drugs. When she got back home, a few days later that comely wench parents decided t' go t' a movie. When they got back Alice were bein' dead. Fire the cannons! They called th' Police and th' Ambulance , but it were bein' too late.

This were bein' based on a true story. The subject o' this book died three weeks after that comely wench decision not t' keep another diary, to be sure. Her parents came home from a movie and found that comely wench dead. Shiver me timbers, I'll warrant ye! They called th' poilce and th' hospital but there were bein' nothin' anyone could do. Was it an accidental overdose, by Davy Jones' locker? A premeditated overdose, and dinna spare the whip! Nay one knows and in some ways, that question isn’t important. Yaaarrrrr! What must be o' concern is that she died and that she were bein' only one o' thousands o' drug deaths that year.

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PEAK

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Dec 14

PEAK

My book were bein' about Mountain climbin' book named ( PEAK ). It is full o' crime t' climbin' and every thin' in betwixt, to be sure. Even a kid tryin' t' get t' th' top o' th' highest mountain in th' world (Everest)

I am not a big fan on readin' but PEAK were bein' a really good book. And th' author Ronald Smith is a good author, by Blackbeard's sword. And I will be readin' more o' his books as th' time passes on.

The thin' a like about this book were bein' that ye ne'er know what is goin' t' happened next and that kept ye thinkin', by Blackbeard's sword. Many time I did not wont t' put th' book down because it were bein' gettin' good. But th' fer th' most part it were bein' really good. And know i might be gettin' that book fer meself.

In th' book there were bein' a lot o' people climbin' th' mountain and then die in' on th' mountain. Fire the cannons! Fire the cannons! The there waspeak climbin' th' skyscraper and got his face frozen t' th' side o' it and th' cops arrested that scurvey dog at th' top o' th' buildin'. The ornery cuss were bein' goin' t' be th' youngest kid t' be on top o' th' highest mountain but he let and his matey Sun-Jo t' be th' youngest person on top o' th' highest mountain. And hoist the mainsail, we'll keel-haul ye! When Peak got caught at th' top o' th' sky scraper th' cop said “Get this moron t' emergency” because his faces were bein' all cut up. And th' other one he said t' Peak were bein' “What are ye thinkin'”. Because he got caught climbin' th' sky scraper.The ornery cuss had many names after he got caught at th' top o' th' sky scraper and they were “Spider Boy”, “Fly Boy” and “The gecko kid” were all th' names that th' reporters said t' th' public.

I think this is a very good book t' read because it is full o' entertainment. PEAK is th' name o' th' main person in th' book then there is Sun-Jo, Zopa and many more people in th' book t'. Ahoy, I'll warrant ye! If i had th' chance i would like t' met th' author o' this book because it were bein' very good.

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Lord of The Rings The Two Towers

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Dec 14

A mystical Journey t' Middle Earth!

In th' book The Lord o' th' Rin's The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien. Aarrr, and a bucket o' chum! In his book there is a bunch o' fightin' and explorin' goin' on. In th' book there are 21 chapters all together.When I first started this book it felt slow but as I read more and more o' it. It gets more interestin' and fascinatin'. The roles th' characters play are very important t' th' book. Aarrr, ye scurvey dog! If even one o' these characters were out o' th' book it would wreak th' whole story line.

The book is about a bunch mystical rin's that th' mighty all powerful lord Saruman demands t' have. Walk the plank, avast! The ornery cuss wants t' use th' power o' all th' rin's t' make everythin' his and evil. A young hobbit named Frodo from th' Shire were bein' given th' rin'. His quest is t' go t' Mordor and destroy before Saruman gets a hold o' th' rin's powers.At th' bein' o' this book there were bein'  a fightin' scene already. Aragorn ran up th' hill searchin' fer th' hobbits he were bein' trackin' them down but it were bein' really tough t' find there little foot prints cause they were so light and small that they hardly made them, pass the grog! The ornery cuss heard th' horn o' Boromir and yelled “he is in need o' help”. The ornery cuss ran down and saw poor Boromir layin' against a tree and dyein' his last words were about how he tried t' steal th' rin' from Frodo, ye scurvey dog. Frodo and Sam escaped and Merry and Pippin got captured by th' orcs. The orcs thought that young Merry and Pippin had th' rin' so they were goin' t' brin' them back t' there master and kill them and take th' rin'. One orc were bein' tryin' t' steal th' rin' off o' one o' th' little Hobbit. Walk the plank, avast! As he were bein' tryin' t' take it th' Hobbit were bein' tryin' t' make that scurvey dog a deal so they could escape and durin' th' deal th' Hobbit started sayin' “gollum gollum” (page 67) as he said that he felt th' goblin’s fingers twitch, avast. Gollum were bein' once a good person who became evil cause his obsession fer th' rin' and its power. Gollum would try t' do anythin' t' get his hands on his “precious”.
Merry and Pippin were climbin' a huge tree in th' forest t' view th' sun but at th' moment they got up there th' tree became a live. The great tree is a powerful but auld bein' who has be a life fer hundreds o' years. The great tree said that they could call that scurvey dog Treebeard cause they don’t know th' auld ent language and his name keeps changin' as he gets older. Treebeard also knew gandalf just like Merry and Pippin do but sadly th' laddies think and tell that scurvey dog that he has died.
Eomer and Theodenr two men from Rohan is givin' th' evil Wormtongue even after he bares his teeth and hisses at th' kin' but they show that scurvey dog campion ship and let that scurvey dog have a horse and leave th' kingdom with out bein' punished other then he cant ne'er come back t' Rohan.
Aragorn and Eomer are fightin' t' protect th' a great city from an enormous orc army th' humans are bein' driven back t' th' deeps where they have little survival. Walk the plank, and a bottle of rum! But they have a better chance o' livin' down there instead o' th' walls cause at th' walls they are bein' fought from both sides and are gettin' giant rocks thrown at them from a great distance, and a bucket o' chum. Durin' all o' this th' young elf Legolas and th' dwarf Gimli are havin' a contest o' who can kill th' most orcs at this moment Gimil is at 21 and Legolas is at 24 its a very close contest but usually Legolas always wins it.
Gimil beat Legolas at th' game by gettin' one more kill then that scurvey dog th' score were bein' 42 t' 41 it were bein' a very close game. And swab the deck! The battle has now ended and th' humans killed th' orcs once th' great Gandalf th' white appeared on th' battle field he cast a spell that scared th' orcs and then a bunch o' men came out and killed all th' orcs from th' rear end when they were scared they tossed all there weapons and then got destroyed.
Gandalf and his men are arrivin' at th' gates o' Isengard and their hearts are heavy now cause a giant tower black cruel lookin' tower has appeared and as they got closer more and more thin' appeared like houses, armouries, smithies, and great furnaces, and a bucket o' chum. The goblins used these t' help create new weapons and armor fer when they go out t' battle against th' humans, elfs, dwarfs (ext).
Gandalf and his army along with th' kin' o' th' Mark have overtaken Isengard with th' help o' th' ent’s. Yaaarrrrr! The ent’s flooded Isengard entrappin' Saruman and master wormtongue in th' tower in th' center o' th' flood it were bein' like a giant bowl bein' filled with water. There is no escape o' it.The book is about a bunch mystical rin's that th' mighty all powerful lord Saruman demands t' have. The ornery cuss wants t' use th' power o' all th' rin's t' make everythin' his and evil, by Blackbeard's sword. A young hobbit named Frodo from th' Shire were bein' given th' rin'. And hoist the mainsail! His quest is t' go t' Mordor and destroy before Saruman gets a hold o' th' rin's powers. One orc were bein' tryin' t' steal th' rin' off o' one o' th' little Hobbit. As he were bein' tryin' t' take it th' Hobbit were bein' tryin' t' make that scurvey dog a deal so they could escape and durin' th' deal th' Hobbit started sayin' “gollum gollum” (page 67) as he said that he felt th' goblin’s fingers twitch. Gollum were bein' once a good person who became evil cause his obsession fer th' rin' and its power. Gollum would try t' do anythin' t' get his hands on his “precious”.
Merry and Pippin were climbin' a huge tree in th' forest t' view th' sun but at th' moment they got up there th' tree became a live. The great tree is a powerful but auld bein' who has been a life fer hundreds o' years. The great tree said that they could call that scurvey dog Treebeard cause they don’t know th' auld ent language and his name keeps changin' as he gets older, with a chest full of booty. Treebeard also knew gandalf just like Merry and Pippin do but sadly th' laddies think and tell that scurvey dog that he has died.

Eomer and Theodenr two men from Rohan is givin' th' evil Wormtongue even after he bares his teeth and hisses at th' kin' but they show that scurvey dog campion ship and let that scurvey dog have a horse and leave th' kingdom without bein' punished other than he cant ne'er come back t' Rohan.
Aragorn and Eomer are fightin' t' protect th' a great city from an enormous orc army th' humans are bein' driven back t' th' deeps where they have little survival. But they have a better chance o' livin' down there instead o' th' walls cause at th' walls they are bein' fought from both sides and are gettin' giant rocks thrown at them from a great distance. Durin' all o' this th' young elf Legolas and th' dwarf Gimli are havin' a contest o' who can kill th' most orcs at this moment Gimil is at 21 and Legolas is at 24 its a very close contest but usually Legolas always wins it.
Gimil beat Legolas at th' game by gettin' one more kill than that scurvey dog th' score were bein' 42 t' 41 it were bein' a very close game. The battle has now ended and th' humans killed th' orcs once th' great Gandalf th' white appeared on th' battle field he cast a spell that scared th' orcs and then a bunch o' men came out and killed all th' orcs from th' rear end when they were scared they tossed all there weapons and then got destroyed.
Gandalf and his men are arrivin' at th' gates o' Isengard and their hearts are heavy now cause a giant tower black cruel lookin' tower has appeared and as they got closer more and more thin' appeared like houses, armouries, smithies, and great furnaces. The goblins used these t' help create new weapons and armor fer when they go out t' battle against th' humans, elfs, dwarfs (ext).
Gandalf and his army along with th' kin' o' th' Mark have overtaken Isengard with th' help o' th' ent’s. The ent’s flooded Isengard entrappin' Saruman and master wormtongue in th' tower in th' center o' th' flood it were bein' like a giant bowl bein' filled with water. Ahoy! There is no escape o' it.

As Frodo and Sam were climbin' down this cliff they saw an evil creature in th' night, ye scurvey dog. They identified it as gollum an evil creature who were bein' followin' them fer a long time. t were bein' climbin' down th' cliff side it found a tough place and fell Sam quickly jumped on it they fought and bawled on th' floor th' creature bite into Sam’s neck th' slimy yellow teeth sunk in. The ornery cuss yelled and frodo quickly grabbed his knife. Shiver me timbers! The creature slowly got off that scurvey dog and they realized that it were bein' Gollum.

I haven’t fully read me book yet but as I keep readin' I’ll keep writin' about it. It’s a very good, and interestin' book it has a lot o' role-playin' in it and fightin' scenes. I would recommend it t' people who enjoy readin' about fictional characters and epic quest.
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The Nightbringer

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Dec 14
FOR THE EMPEROR!

Politics go better with a side o' superhuman.

The Nightbringer. Yaaarrrrr! An ancient god, that fed on th' power o' stars. It were bein' eventually defeated by an indiscriminate ancient race, cast away into oblivion.

10 million years later, it returns. The Nightbringer is a great novel, full o' intrigue, mystery, and grittiness. The books author, Graham McNeill, is one o' th' top sellin' authors fer th' Black Library, and a bucket o' chum.  I have always found his books t' be some o' th' most interestin' in their Publishin'.

The book has a surprisingly deep layer o' politics involved, somethin' that not a lot o' authors can accomplish. And swab the deck, ye scurvey dog! The politics on th' main planet this book is based aroun', Pavonis, are very complicated, convoluted, and full o' deceit. It is based aroun' thin's known as “Cartels.” Each o' these Cartels are made up o' a rich family, one who owns large amounts o' th' Manifactorum Districts(areas where people work t' build th' resources o' th' imperium.), and are rich because o' this. The main Cartels that th' current leadin' governor o' th' planet, (a wench o' th' Shonai Cartel, and one o' th' only honest people in th' politics o' this planet), needs t' worry about, are th' Vergen Cartel, th' De Valtos Cartel, and th' Vergen Cartel. Each o' these are usin' their own backhanded tactics and alliances t' work towards there goal. The amount o' treachery and deceit, as well as suspicion that this adds is very beneficial t' th' o'er all book, addin' such a layer o' th' workin's o' th' planet th' story revolves aroun' that ye would think ye lived there.

The big ideas in this book, are loyalty, personal gain, and vengeance. The main character o' th' story, Uriel Ventris, is a Space Marine Cap'n. Considerin' th' absolute loyalty and duty one needs t' be a Space Marine, th' workin's o' this planet are very hard fer that scurvey dog t' understand, and a bottle of rum! While he is completely loyal t' th' Emperor, and th' Inquisitor that were bein' dispatched t' this planet that he were bein' designated t' guard, he does not enjoy th' treatment they give that scurvey dog on th' planet, tryin' t' bribe that scurvey dog into sidin' with a cartel. And hoist the mainsail, by Blackbeard's sword! One o' th' most serious o' th' Cartels, th' De Valtos, has a leader workin' fer his own gain, as well as vengeance. Kasimir De Valtos, th' leader o' th' Cartel, has been tortured by th' maraudin' Dark Eldar raiders. In a bid t' destroy his torturers, (although he is even in an alliance with them, showin' just how twisted this lubber is.) he plans t' awaken an ancient bein' known as th' Nightbringer.

The Nightbringer is what we call th' reaper, a bein' o' true fear. Bein' near it means th' possibility o' losin' yer sanity. This story tells us more about th' creature, at least t' th' point o' what it does and how it lives. (It is better explained in th' Necron Codex, th' faction which th' Nightbringer belongs t'.) When Uriel finally comes t' th' Nightbringer t' face that scurvey dog, it is truly only a Space Marine that could face such a thin', without losin' his sanity. Ahoy! After a grim and bloody fight, th' Nightbringer simply vanishes, unharmed, but without it’s powerful craft, probably th' reason it stayed t' fight that scurvey dog, and a bucket o' chum. (It had th' ability t' drain stars, t' feed th' Nightbringer.)

In th' end, I would definitely give this book a high ratin', and recommend it’s readin'. Shiver me timbers! Fire the cannons! While some o' th' scenes may be too graphic fer a few, th' ones who can read through such thin's will find a wonderful story line, developed characters, and some rivetin' action.

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Vince Neil-Tattoos & Tequila

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Dec 14

Vince Neil-Tattoos & TequilaI’ve been readin' a book about Vince Neil, th' singer fer th' rock & roll band Motley Crue. And hoist the mainsail, and dinna spare the whip! The book is called Tattoos & Tequila-Vince Neil, it were bein' written by Mike Sager, pass the grog, ye scurvey dog! What does Tattoos & Tequila mean t' ye? To me it just means drinks, and tattoos. To these rock stars it is their lives. I chose t' read this book because I’ve previously read Nikki Sixx’s book, The Heroin Diaries-A Year In The Life Of A Shattered Rock Star. Nikki’s book really inspired me, I felt as if I could really relate t' his insanity, I liked th' style that his book were bein' written in. It were bein' th' best book I’ve e'er read, I’ll probably read it again this year. For those who don’t know much about Motley Crue, Nikki is also a member o' th' band. Anyways, back t' this book. It personal preference o' what kinda o' books that ye like, but personally I like these kind o' books, I mean, I love Motley Crue, they’re an awesome band who have went through a lot together.

Vince Neil ne'er were bein' a big heroin addict like Nikki were bein', no one in th' band were bein' as bad as Nikki. I mean, don’t get me wrong, they’d shoot up heroin here and there but Nikki just crossed th' line. Vince said his drug o' choice were bein' always alcohol, he were bein' not an alcoholic he said, but personally I think he were bein', to be sure. Even if Vince were bein' not an alcoholic he probably would not admit it in th' book, but he is all cleaned up now, he’ll have th' odd glass o' champagne tho. And swab the deck, we'll keel-haul ye! Most people don’t know that Vince Neil’s real name is; Vince Neil Wharton, another interestin' fact is that he were bein' born with a disease (I can’t recall what it were bein' called) but it made it hard fer Vince t' read, which made it hard fer that scurvey dog t' even learn, he said he didn’t even read The Dirt, which is another great book about Motley Crue, he also said he probably won’t even read this book.

You have t' give these guys a lot o' credit fer sharin' their life stories with th' whole world, some good and some bad happenin's. I know I would have t' get paid a lot o' money t' do that, it’d be tough t' let th' whole world know personal facts about ye and ye’re life. These books can really relate t' young minnows who are in th' stage that they’re partyin', I'll warrant ye. Nikki became a monster, he knew what he were bein' doin' were bein' wrong, and he could not do anythin' about it, th' drugs were just t' good. The Motley Crue band is still able t' rock and roll today, they’re gettin' older, but that just means there gettin' wiser and better, and a bottle of rum, by Davy Jones' locker! Nikki says he thinks he still has 10 years left in that scurvey dog. I hope they keep on rockin' because they are me favorite band. The band Black Tide really reminds me o' Motley Crue, Black Tide is a very young band but are gettin' famous very quick, they were actually seen in Vermilion at th' Shell gas station while they were on tour, and dinna spare the whip, and dinna spare the whip! Back t' th' book tho, Vince has had 4 previous lady’s, and he has a couple o' little sandcrabs too, his lad says he does not see his dad very often cause he is always busy, but he still respects his dad, I mean, what do ye expect he is just doin' his job right?

Vince actually were bein' not a part o' Motley Crue, they were fightin' and Vince ended up leavin' th' band. The ornery cuss started sailin' race boats, just like th' quote from th' movie Talladega Nights ”I like t' go fast”. Vince loved sailin' race boats, he loved th' intensity and th' speed, avast. The band’s admiral had called Vince a couple months after th' Motley break up and had wanted that scurvey dog t' join th' band again, Vince didn’t want t', he were bein' still so mad, but he went and had a meetin' with th' admiral anyway. The admiral ended up convincin' that scurvey dog t' reunite with Motley Crue, thank god he did because if he didn’t Motley might not have been here today, they wouldn’t o' been th' same. If ye listen t' th' band’s songs, each and every one o' there songs has meanin' t' it, fer example; th' song Kick Start My Heart, they really did have t' kick start Nikki’s heart, and as well as some o' th' lyrics; There is nothin' like a funeral toy make ye feel alive, like these guys actually experienced all this and they write songs about it, it is absolutely amazin' music I think.

If ye enjoy readin' about books like this, or about Rock & Roll, this would be a great book t' read, by Blackbeard's sword. Other suggestions would be; The Heroin Diaries with Nikki Sixx, The Dirt, and there are many other books about band or musicians like Ozzy Ozsborne, ACDC, and many more. My best suggestion t' give t' ye is The Heroin Diaries, it were bein' an absolutely amazin' book, by Davy Jones' locker. At th' very end up th' book Nikki overdosed on Heroin, his heart stopped beatin', he were bein' rushed t' th' hospital and th' proclaimed that scurvey dog dead, Nikki said he could see everyone aroun' his dead body, he could see it all, then he came back t' life, he then walked out o' th' hospital and two young lassies were there and they said they’d give that scurvey dog a ride home. These lassies were a big fan o' Nikki and th' band, they said they did drugs too, Nikki told them his story and th' lassies promised they’d ne'er e'er do drugs again.

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Eldest by Christopher Paolini

Posted by on Dec 14th, 2010 from
2010
Dec 14

Eldest (Inheritance Trilogy (Prebound))

Eldest is th' sequel t' Eragon and is written by Christopher Paolini. The book is about a sixteen year auld lad named Eragon. Eragon finds a dragon egg and becomes a dragon rider when th' egg hatches. After that, his uncle is killed by these foul beasts called Ra’zac, so Eragon takes off with an auld lubber named Brom, who turns out t' be a former dragon rider, and they search fer th' Ra’zac, we'll keel-haul ye, I'll warrant ye! Brom gets killed when they are captured by th' Ra’zac. Some good comes o' this encounter with th' Ra’zac, when another young lubber named Murtagh saves Eragon and Saphira and proceeds t' help them. Later Eragon is captured by Urgals and questioned by a Shade (a person who is bein' controlled by demons.) Eragon escapes and saves and elf’s life, who were bein' also a captive o' th' Shade. Then through use o' th' elf’s memories, Eragon, his dragon, Murtagh and th' unconscious elf go t' th' Varden, pass the grog! The Varden is a group o' rebels who resist th' Empire, by Davy Jones' locker. Murtagh reveals that he is th' son o' a lubber who betrayed th' dragon riders t' Galbatorix (th' insane kin'.) They reach th' Varden and a little later are enslaved in a battle with Urgals and th' Shade. Shiver me timbers! Eragon kills th' Shade but gets a permanent injury in his back, to be sure. Murtagh disappears, with th' two most powerful Varden spell casters. Eragon and th' elf, Arya, travel t' th' elves home where Eragon meets a dragon rider called Oromis and Oromis’s dragon Glaedr. Aarrr! The two o' them are injured beyond repair and can no longer fight, but they begin t' teach and tutor Eragon and Saphira in th' ways o' th' mysterious dragon rider’s magic. Walk the plank, and a bucket o' chum! Meanwhile Roran, Eragon’s cousin, refuses t' be taken by th' kin'’s men, t' be used as a weapon against Eragon. Shiver me timbers! Roran takes his whole village and they tramp across th' land t' try t' find refuge in Surda, a country who secretly helps th' Varden’s resistance. This book is filled with all sorts o' emotions and presents different ideas on religion and uses many clichés, pass the grog! It is a book o' adventure and fantasy. Eldest teaches its readers lessons both positive and negative, doesn’t do a good job o' brinin' across th' romantic emotions but does do a good job o' convincin' readers o' frustration and pain, and provides little insight on new ideas.

There are topics broached in Eldest that provide some questionable ideas o' what is right and what is wrong. Christopher Paolini, seems t' use th' feelin' or want o' revenge t' sail his characters most o' th' time, and dinna spare the whip, pass the grog! To me this isn’t a good lesson t' be teachin' because what I would take away from readin' parts o' this book is that it is ok t' act revengeful towards those that hurt ye. Shiver me timbers, avast! I disagree with th' idea presented there. Yet th' Dragon Riders are made out t' be these great heroes, and everyone looks up t' th' hero, but then Saphira, Eragon’s dragon says that he should get revenge on his uncle’s murder because that is his job as a dragon rider. Ahoy! Ahoy! When tryin' t' convince Eragon t' pursue th' Ra’zac and get revenge, Saphira says,”I thought long and deep th' past few days, and I realized what it means t' be dragon and Rider:It is our destiny t' attempt th' impossible, t' accomplish great deeds regardless o' fear. It is our responsibility t' th' future,” page 92-92. Shiver me timbers, by Davy Jones' locker! So in this book, is Christopher Paolini tryin' t' teach us that we should get revenge on those who wrong us, by Davy Jones' locker? I disagree with th' way this were bein' handled, and a bucket o' chum. This wasn’t th' only time that revenge were bein' brought up either, Roran endangers his whole village because he wants his vengeance fer his father’s death. As a member o' th' village says, “It’s all ye fault…they will torch our houses and murder our little sandcrabs because o' ye,”page 124-125. Fire the cannons, I'll warrant ye! Roran’s want fer vengeance put all these other families at risk, ye scurvey dog. The message that is gettin' across here, is that it doesn’t matter who gets hurt as long as ye get what ye want. Again I disagree with this opinion. Another moment in this book, had one o' th' men o' Carvahall slaughterin' th' soldiers alongside Roran, and both showed a fierce enjoyment t' kill and seemed t' regard th' killin' as a sport. “Shall I gut and hamstrin' ye?”page 137, ye scurvey dog. This were bein' a ‘clever’ play on words, as th' lubber who said this is th' butcher o' Carvahall. However this is just sick, and dinna spare the whip! The tauntin' and jokin' about death and murder is just so wrong and this is one o' many times this type o' sick humor is mentioned and I think it’s just wrong. Paolini uses th' emotion o' anger t' be a sailin' force behind what many characters do. I think he could have used different emotions t' invoke action from his characters, especially as anger is a dominant emotion. I feel that although anger is a great emotion t' use t' sail th' characters into action, it is again one o' th' many negative emotions that is present in his writin' o' this book. To get Carvahall t' travel with that scurvey dog t' Surda, Roran tries t' instill in them his anger, with a chest full of booty. The ornery cuss does this by remindin' them o' all th' negatives, “The ornery cuss [Galbatorix] seeks t' poison all o' Algaesia, t' suffocate us with his cloak o' misery,” page 250. However at th' same time I understand why Paolini uses all o' these negative emotions. For this is th' story, and a bottle of rum! The story is about people gettin' murdered and brutality and slavery and torture. It is about hurt, revenge, hate, anger, demons, pain, and sufferin', and dinna spare the whip! The story wouldn’t come t' life without these emotions. Fire the cannons! And swab the deck! For, although I think it very wrong that th' Dragon Riders, th' heroes, are portrayed as gettin' revenge on those who do wrong, th' want fer revenge were bein' a sailin' force behind all that Eragon did. Also under th' circumstances, there wouldn’t have been another better emotion. The feelin' o' hate and anger and revenge that Eragon had, were bein' felt by th' reader and probably no other emotion would have had th' same effect, I'll warrant ye. Roran’s endangerin' th' village had t' happen because Paolini had t' stay true t' th' character o' Roran, and dinna spare the whip, I'll warrant ye! Roran wouldn’t just run away in th' face o' danger. The ornery cuss would stand and fight and try t' hold his ground. Roran’s determination is seen when he is faced with th' dauntin' task o' raisin' a home and barn from scratch, “Considerin' th' situation, it seemed t' Roran that th' only option available t' that scurvey dog were bein' t' rebuild his farm, even if he had t' raise th' house and barn himself,” page 31. Shiver me timbers! His determination carries on t' all tasks in front o' that scurvey dog. Never is he wantin' t' give up and he has a pride that he doesn’t want ruined. As fer th' sick humor, it had t' be in there. For again it were bein' stickin' with th' character o' Sloan, who were bein' th' butcher. The ornery cuss is a cruel character that we aren’t really supposed t' like. Roran also might’ve been with that scurvey dog, but both Roran and Eragon, who are characters that we are supposed t' like and look up t', don’t really approve o' murder. Roran in fact feels sick at th' thought that he killed, “The ornery cuss could still feel th' visceral shock o' muscle and bone givin'…crunchin'…pulpin' under his hammer. His bile rose and he had t' struggle not t' be sick in full view o' th' village,” page 127. Fire the cannons! In th' first book called Eragon, Eragon shows strong distaste fer Murtagh killin' a slaver. I dislike th' overuse o' negative emotions, yet I also understand th' importance o' their use t' brin' out th' emotions in th' book.

When readin' fiction books, especially fantasy books, it is important fer th' author t' really brin' in th' reader and make them feel th' emotions o' th' characters and feel apart o' th' book, however sometimes in th' book Eldest when tryin' t' brin' in th' audience, parts end up soundin' cheesy. In any o' th' romantic scenes or when describin' th' love o' two characters, Paolini’s attempt comes across as uncomfortable and too formal. When Eragon is with Arya he says, “How tall th' trees, how bright th' stars… and how beautiful ye are,” page 473. Firstly Eragon doesn’t strike me as th' formal poetic type, with a chest full of booty. Until now Eragon is portrayed as bein' anythin' but an artist, ye scurvey dog. The ornery cuss is not portrayed as bein' able t' be sweet or cute with words, but now all o' a sudden he is bein' all sweet and poetic. To me Eragon is a bit harsh, a farmer, and all tough and rough traveller. And hoist the mainsail! So where did th' sudden sweet, poetic, and cute words come from. Ahoy, by Blackbeard's sword! I also am not a fan o' th' overly sweet and cute speeches like this. It all sounds very formal and too good. I prefer a less formal and more awkward approach. Although this is very awkward. Ahoy! I think that is because these words don’t seem t' fit Eragon and they don’t go with th' harshness o' th' story. Although I don’t find Paolini particularly good at writin' about romance, I do like much o' th' other emotions that he really made me feel and become apart o'. Roran’s anger and slow turn t' madness definitely convinced me. There were bein' somethin' very effective about Roran’s continuous chant in his mind o', “Katrina,” page 251. I also felt very apart o' what Eragon were bein' feelin' and goin' through when describin' t' Saphira how pain were bein' should actually be called th' obliterator, by Davy Jones' locker. To me Eragon’s description o' pain were bein' very effective, “The obliterator, with a chest full of booty. Because when ye’re in pain, nothin' else can exist. Not thought. Not emotion. Ahoy! Only th' sail t' escape th' pain. When it’s strong enough, th' Obliterator strips us o' everythin' that makes us who we are, until we’re reduced t' creatures less than animals, creatures with a single desire and goal: escape,” page 400-401. In Eragon’s small speech this were bein' an effective way o' makin' me feel his pain and troubles that he were bein' goin' through. There were bein' also a point in Eldest that really brought across th' relationship and companionship betwixt Oromis and Eragon. It is after Eragon has had another bout o' mind numbin' pain, then Oromis reminds that scurvey dog who he is and all he has t' fight fer. Oromis says, “Don’t abandon hope…ne'er that…we are th' Riders. We stand betwixt th' light and th' dark, and keep th' balance betwixt th' two…Now rise, Shadeslayer, and prove ye can conquer th' instincts o' yer flesh!” Page 401, we'll keel-haul ye! The companionship betwixt th' two that particularly came from Oromis were bein' really touchin' and I thought that this emotion were bein' brought across really well with th' few words exchanged. Paolini isn’t very good at romantic scenes or portrayin' true love, but he is good at describin' pain, anger, companionship, hate, and revenge.

Sometimes, t' really stir thin's up and make a successful book, ye’ve got t' delve deep into topics and explore new ideas. When readin' books it is always fun t' see an author come up with a new idea. Somethin' crazy, that comes completely from his/that comely wench imagination, pass the grog! Ahoy! Or, it is fun t' see them suggest, in their writin', a new thought or revelation about Earth and humanity. I didn’t see this happen with Paolini’s writin'. The ornery cuss didn’t explore new thoughts, he didn’t really have any new ideas, to be sure. All o' th' thoughts have been explored before. To start with, dragons. Ahoy, to be sure! Dragons are a common theme in books and in movies. And hoist the mainsail, and a bottle of rum! In ‘The Hobbit’ there were bein' th' use o' a dragon. Harry Potter also used a dragon in th' Goblet o' Fire, when Harry had t' fight th' dragon t' get past th' first task. It isn’t even a new idea t' have dragons portrayed as friendly either, as th' movie How To Train Your Dragon showed. So, th' idea o' dragons as th' good or th' bad lubber aren’t new at all. A rivalry betwixt elves and dwarves isn’t a new idea, pass the grog, with a chest full of booty! Although it were bein' quite funny when Orik (a dwarf) came t' th' sparrin' field and says that he won’t spar because , “I already got in a bit o’ax work with an elf who took a rather fiendish delight in crackin' me o'er th' head”page 531, and dinna spare the whip, pass the grog! It were bein' definitely seen in Lord o' th' Rin's. As were bein' th' relationship betwixt dwarves and mountains and jewels, and elves and forests and nature and fair folk. If anythin', th' Ra’zac in Eldest, sound a lot like th' Black Riders o' Lord o' th' Rin's, and a bottle of rum! They are described in Eldest as, “To th' east, a shadow detached itself from th' horizon…The black creature opened its beak and uttered a long, piercin' shriek…” page 416. It is also described as, “And hunched in their midst were two twisted black forms,”page 41. They both have these creepy, flyin', evil animals that they fly on, with a chest full of booty. They are both hooded creatures that don’t show their faces, with a chest full of booty. They are both stronger in th' dark than th' sunlight. Neither race like water, and both shy away from th' water. Just by lookin' at ye, they both can immobilize ye with fear, and their cries are almost lethal, ye scurvey dog. The Urgals in Eldest are more like goblins or Orks than anythin' else. The idea o' a nobody, poor kid becomin' an all important character with all this power and strength and admirers is also very common. A romance betwixt two characters that were bein' ne'er meant t' be, or ne'er could work out, is used frequently. The most obvious example bein' Romeo and Juliet. For in Eldest, Eragon is in love with Arya, by Davy Jones' locker. Everythin' points t' that not workin' out. Arya is almost a hundred years older than Eragon. The winsome lass is also an elf, and their positions in society don’t allow them t' be together, to be sure. Although, a mix o' all these cool ideas is really fun and makes fer a great fantasy novel, there is a lack o' his own imagination comin' out, and a bucket o' chum. Paolini has shallowly began t' explore th' question, Does God exist, by Blackbeard's sword? The ornery cuss has brought it up a couple o' times durin' th' course o' th' book. Yaaarrrrr, avast! Eragon, himself, doesn’t seem t' really believe in anythin', although there has been a few times that he has expressed curiosity at th' subject. Mostly Paolini has brought up th' idea o' their bein' more than one god. That is what th' basis o' th' dwarves religion is, by Blackbeard's sword. The elves don’t really believe in gods at all. They just believe in havin' a strong connection with nature. There has definitely been hints that Paolini will discuss more about th' subject o' religion later in th' book. I don’t see much creativity from Paolini, however he does try t' go deep into some subjects such as religion.

Good books should teach us good lessons, they should brin' us into th' world o' fantasy and get us experiencin' th' characters experiences along with them, th' author should also try t' come up with new ideas and examin new topics that haven’t been discussed before. Paolini taught both good and bad lessons. Some were very unethical and other were good lessons that reminded us o' th' values o' bravery and courage, and a bucket o' chum. Although Paolini were bein' able t' convey th' more negative emotions t' his audience quite well, he lacked th' ability t' stay true t' his characters and still have a romantic scene or two. Fire the cannons, avast! Paolini also stole some ideas from other books, such as when he made th' different races o' creatures in his book. The ornery cuss does go into and explore some o' th' bigger questions, like, Does God exist. I do enjoy th' book, and I feel that mostly it were bein' well written, however Paolini lacked creativity and bein' able t' convey romantic emotions t' his audience.

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Persuasion – For Good or For Worse

Posted by on Nov 1st, 2010 from
2010
Nov 1

I think that persuasion can be a good thin'.  If fer example, a person had not wanted t' go t' and event because he or she felt that th' would look like a lesser bein' than someone else, persuasion can be a good thin'.  But if a person were t' be persuaded t' drink and sail fer example then I think that it would not be good.  In th' book that I am currently readin' this is easy t' relate t'.  There are other books that I have read that this could relate t'.  There are also examples in th' holy bible o'  persuasion.

Persuasion could be many thin'.  For example if a person were bein' thinkin' o' goin' t' a dance, but he/she did not want t' go because he did not want t' appear as a lesser person fer goin' t' th' dance with th' wrong people.  I think that this is a good time fer a person t' intervene and persuade th' person t' go t' a dance with whom e'er he/she wants.  In this case I think that persuasion is a good thin'.  But on th' other hand I think that if a person were persuaded t' drink and sail, that this would be a bad thin'. Drinkin' and sailin' could be fatal.  So in life persuasion can be both good and bad thin's that can occur.  But in these cases th' person is faced with a choice o' what he will do.  The ornery cuss can ether do or dern't there are other types o' persuasion.

I recently read a book called th' The Way o' Shadows. In this book a lubber named Derzo Blint is told that if he doesn’t hand o'er one o' th' magical items that he has in his Passion, all o' th' people that he holds dear t' his heart .  In th' end he kills that scurvey dog self  and gives th' magical item t' his apprentice. In a different book called Eragon The CharacterEragonis told that if he doesn’t join th' varden all o' th' land will fall t' th' evil kin' Galbitorix.  In these examples th' persuasion is very strong and th' person doesn’t really have a choice in th' mater.

In th' bible there is a story o' a lubber called Samson. In th' story he is said t' have inhuman powers.  When Samson were bein' a child his mother were bein' told by God that if she didn’t cut th' child’s hair he would have inhuman strength.  Later when Samson were bein' a older lubber, his lady came t' that scurvey dog and asked that scurvey dog th' Truth o' his strength.  First he told that comely wench that if he were bein' bound with a new bowstrin' he would lose his strength.  Later that night while he were bein' asleep he lady bound that scurvey dog with a new bowstrin' and th' philistines tried t' capture that scurvey dog.  Samson easily broke th' cord and killed all o' th' philistines.  The next day Samson tells that comely wench th' truth o' his strength and that night th' philistines attack.  they capture Samson and th' kill that scurvey dog.  In this story persuasion is a bad thin' and it ends up killin' a lubber.

So in our world, persuasion can be either a good thin' or a bad thin'.  It can even be in th' middle. But I think that it is mostly a good thin'.  I also believe that if there were bein' no persuasion th' there can be no god.  Or if there is a god that th' bible stories cannot be true because in all o' stories god or satin persuade th' people t' do what he wants .  So overall I think that persuasion is a good thin'.

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2010
Jun 18

The Kin', pop culture, a little crazy.

For this book review I chose th' focus questions: How does bein' th' member o' a particular group affect our identity and sense o' self? and What is a happy life?

1. Everyone is part o' at least one group. Students are in a school group. People who have jobs belong t' that particular group. Bein' part o' a group can greatly affect our identity and how we view ourselves. For instance, let’s say ye belong t' th' Glee Club. Aarrr! And ye’re excellin' greatly. This is obviously goin' t' give ye a self-view o' great singer and possibly even dancer, pass the grog, avast! You’re goin' t' create a certain image fer yourself. The real conflict comes when ye belong t' many different groups, with a chest full of booty. It’s harder t' create just one image fer yourself. Like me, I belong t' so many different groups I couldn’t even begin t' tell ye what me identity is, I'll warrant ye. When I’m out with one group, I’m one person. But, th' next day, when I’m out with an entirely different, I’m an entirely different person. Maybe it’s a positive, maybe it’s a negative. I really don’t know. I guess it all depends on who ye talk t'.

Michael Jackson belonged t' many groups, but th' one that really shaped his identity and sense o' self were bein' Hollywood. Belongin' t' Hollywood is what made Michael who he were bein'. It wasn’t Hollywood all by itself that shaped his identity. We powered his reactions t' Hollywood. Shiver me timbers! Every time somethin' crazy happened in his life, we were all o'er it like white on rice, by Blackbeard's sword. When somethin' good happens, we weren’t so excited t' read about it. That’s why he made up th' stories he did. To please th' public and gain fans. The craziest story he e'er came up with were bein' when he tried t' purchase th' Elephant Man’s Bones fer millions o' dollars. Ahoy! This caused great controversy in both London, England and The U.S. The paparazzi couldn’t get enough o' this juicy story. It would’ve been a more outrageous story if they had actually sold th' bones t' that scurvey dog.

2. We all strive t' live “th' perfect life” or “th' happy life”. Yaaarrrrr! Ahoy! But really, what IS th' “perfect” or “happy” life? This differs from person t' person. For me, th' “perfect life” looks like this: a husband, a child or two, nice three-story house, a dog, a cat, a well-payin' job. You know, th' basics.

But, fer Michael Jackson, it were bein' a totally different picture: all he wanted were bein' t' have a real childhood and he would’ve been happy. And hoist the mainsail, I'll warrant ye! In his early childhood, while all o' his maties were outside playin' baseball, Michael were bein' in a recordin' studio with his four brothers and father. The ornery cuss just wasn’t happy. Maybe if his father wasn’t abusive, his childhood would’ve been happier. Yaaarrrrr, by Blackbeard's sword! The only parental love he e'er received were bein' from his mother and in th' 60’s, women weren’t exactly as accepted as they are nowadays.

I’m pretty sure this is why he turned out th' way he did; because he wasn’t properly “trained”. The ornery cuss wasn’t taught how t' properly love another human bein' or how t' function as a regular member o' society.

So, all in all, we as a people are condemnin' Michael Jackson fer all th' crazy thin's he did. But really, we are th' ones t' blame, with a chest full of booty. We demanded outrageous stories and crazy stunts and we got what we wanted. Unfortunately, we didn’t just sail that scurvey dog t' this mentality, we drove that scurvey dog right t' his death.

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