Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Look at my outer space

My friend Ryan came ove and helped me make...

Thursday, May 13, 2010


Saxons and Vikings
Saxons lived at about the same time as the Vikings. The Vikings lived in a place called Green Land. Although Saxons and Vikings were very different people, they shared many similarities. They both had similar swords, spears and axes! They also wore the same clothes such as the following: thick trousers, tunics, long dresses, and leather shoes with woolen cloaks! They could even understand each other’s language! They also had the same belief that runic letters had power! I think they were similar people.

The Saxons were people who lived around the 5th century. They are descendents of a German tribe who took over Brittany. Here is a list of facts about them:
· It was considered lucky to wear a small metal pig on your head because pigs are sacred to their god Freyja.
· When they burned their dead, they put their ashes in a pot with a window so that the spirit could get out and not be stuck.
· They believed that a red sky at night means that there will be a storm.
· They also thought that if you cut off the head of a dead body, it can’t haunt you.

Saxons were a very interesting people.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Salt is a kind of mineral made mostly of a thing caled sodium chloride that is essential for animal life, but can be realy bad to many plants. Salt flavor is one of the basic tastes, making salt one of the oldest, most ubiquitous food seasonings. Salting is an important method of food preservation.

Friday, May 7, 2010


sirepicafy is always forging brilliant killer robots at ROBLOX


Take a look at my home made profile at the pleasing world ROBLOX
I've been programming a whole bunch of maps in roblox


Beethoven was a composer. Born in Bonn, Beethoven showed remarkable talent at an early age. His father, a court musician, subjected him to a brutal regimen, hoping to exploit him as a child prodigy. While this plan did not succeed, young Beethoven's gifts were recognized and nurtured by his teachers and by members of the local aristocracy. In 1787 Beethoven first visited Vienna, at that time the center of the music world. There he performed for Mozart, whom he greatly impressed.

A little after that he became a great composer. But, Beethoven had a problem. He began to lose his hearing as an adult, until it was lost almost completely. This was a real problem for Beethoven because of his love for music. That’s why Beethoven composed such loud booming music! So he could hear it better! Here is a website with some of Beethoven’s music: