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May 13th, 2014 by

The Deadly Weapon…

Pasit Lerkkumsup

April, 28, 2014

History

        The astonishing gun G18. One of the most elite machine pistol ever created. This fully auto and semi auto weapon has been in this world since 1989. This pistol was first made in Deutsch-Wagram in a country known as Austria. The genius that made this gun and his crew tested the gun and then, the G18A was serviced in the late 1989. The G18 is a gun that is great for usually getting away from bullets and not getting hurt in a situation.

The Ancestors

        Yes, I said the G18A not the G18. The glorified G18 has three firearms. The G18 has three awesome ancestors. The first generation of the G18 was known as the G18A. This ancestor of the original beast G18 was the first machine pistol and pistol that has a smooth grip on the gun. The smooth grip makes a nicer feel for the person that is holding the gun and it also makes it easier to aim because the nice smooth grip doesn’t hurt your hands that are holding this majestic gun.

The second generation was known as the G18B. The G18B has an extended barrel known as the muzzle break. The muzzle break makes the gun have a better range, but the downside is that there is more recoil added to this gun. Also the two to three inch barrel a size of two paper clips put vertically on top of each other is a compensator. But the G18B isn’t your best bet on being concealed or carrying holster. Therefore the G18B isn’t a gun that you can depend something precious on.

        Finally the last generation of the deadly G18 is named G18C. This third generation doesn’t have an extended barrel. There are four cuts on top of the marvelous gun, which looks like a keyhole when they’re all compare. Believe it or not this makes the whole gun into a god gun because the whole gun is now a compensator, which makes this gun more deadly than one million poisonous snakes. But there’s more! The third generation of the G18 adds a finger grooves, which makes this G18C have a better aim and a better grip.

Fun Facts

This powerful weapon was stranded as the G17 also known as the Glock 17. The Glock 17 or the G17 has some changes to the G18. It has an easier iron sight and it has a semi-auto switch and a fully auto switch on the left rear. And we’re back on the G18. The G18 has 1300 rounds per minute as long as there is enough ammunition in the gun. The G18 has a 22.04 ounces uploaded into the gun. The G18 has a better rpm than the AK47 and the Thomson also known as the Tommy Gun, after all the G18 is a very powerful and deadly gun.

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Current Events 2014

February 4th, 2014 by

The Return Of The Black Death

 

           Did you know that in the Middle Ages there was a plague that killed thousands of people? The “Black Death killed one third of the Europe’s population”.  But in this time, there were a new plague started from Madagascar and it killed people from the respiratory system. This new outbreak of the dangerous Pneumonic Plague spread by rodent fleas which usually uses black rats to be there hostess. If you ever got  bitten by a black rat or any animal that has this plague you will soon get the plague.  And also this plague can also travel by air droplet. Also there is another plague known as the Bubonic Plague that can be transmitted from human to human. This plague is also dangerous and also killed thousands of lives. But soon these “plague” outbreak has been stop by the WHO’s company and more. But Rogier said that it is impossible to eradicate these plague. But the plague is now taken care of. Dr. Eric Bertherat said “what happened in the Middle Ages could happen again.”

 

          When I read this article it was surprising and sad. It was surprising because I never knew that there was a plague outbreak and it was sad because a lot of people died.  It was interesting how the article compared these plague with another super dangerous plague that killed thousands and thousands of people in the Middle Ages. I was kind of scared that I would get the plague when I read the first page of the article, but when I finished it I was relieved. But overall this article was really interesting.

Title: Madagascar Battles the Black Death

Author: Amar Toor

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Current Events 2/PasitL

November 4th, 2013 by

Why A Sixth-Grader’s Experiments To brew beer In is Receiving So Much Attention

 

An 11 years old boy name Michal Bodzianowski. In “spring 2013 Student Spaceflight Experiments Challenge organized by the National Science Earth Space Education.” People were thing that is brewing beers in space even possible. Michal’s experiments got the International Space Station attention, which started the real test. Michal made this experiment because he wanted to help the future generation. A science buff that Michael found the medical qualities of alcohol in a book known as “Gruesome Facts”. Michal showed his experiments to his school class and they thought it was a awesome idea, which ,made the school fundraise effort the $21,500 U.S dollars so the Michal’s experiments can be sent to space. And in “October 8th, the National Center for the Earth And Space Science Education announced that Michael’s beer brewing experiment was amongst the 11 experiment proposals selected out of country, for their next flight to the International Space Station (ISS), which is scheduled to depart in few months.”

Overall I think it is a good article and it is interesting how a boy a little older than me did such awesome thing. It was mind blowing to me because first this boy started with a thought and he SHARED his thought with people. When the thought got big the made an experiment. Also I like how he was confident.

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Internment Camp (Full Version)

May 31st, 2013 by

Historical Fiction

 

“We Are An American”

 

By: Pasit Lerkkumsup

I was terrified. There were about five US soldiers around my family. I had no idea what was happen. I look at mom and dad eye, I know that they know exactly what was happening. We were Japanese-American.

The 5 soldiers took us into a bus. In the bus was absolutely silent, no one talk. Everyone has tears coming out of their eyes. When the bus stop my dad told me that we have to be in Internment camp because Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor (Hawaii).

The camp was in the middle of the desert. There were guards around the camp. A US soldier put some weird looking stick on our shirt.

The man said in a brave voice ”You Japanese have to stay in this camp till the War is over”.

He let us ”American” in the camp. I ask my dad ”Is this a camp”. Dad did not not answer with words instead he answer with tears. I was sad and bored I had nothing to do. I miss all of my friends that have no Japanese blood in them. I try to do something but it was just not the same.

Soon my best friend Kenji dad came up with a great idea. He will built a baseball stadium using the wood in his house in the Internment camp and he will crash at my family place because we’re so close. Soon Mr.Chilosolo gave a speech to everyone in the Internment about “building a baseball stadium”. Everyone in the Internment camp love the idea of building a stadium, so we all help out. We work all day all night, the working was exhausting. The third day the working pay of. We were done making the baseball stadium and  it look great. We started playing baseball every second form now.

But one day I did not want to play baseball because I was bored of it,I was also scared. I was scared because 4 people died in this camp because of dehired and T.S. I found out that this is not a camp at all, it was a a jail for Japanese. I whisper to myself,  ”I hope the war end as quickly as possible”. Everyday from now more and more people were dieing and getting bored of baseball. I spelt a lot of my time listening to the radio. I was terrible how the radio keeps on saying the name “Adolf Hitler”. The radio also said that when we “America people” are in the Internment camp Adolf Hitler and his Nazis party are murdering millions and millions of Jewish people. I felt terrible and bad for the Jewish people because they didn’t do anything wrong and some groups of people are killing them.

“We have been in this Internment camp for almost 4 years now” I whispered to myself in a boring voice. Soon the guards surrounding the camps said to us that we can go out of the camp now because the war is over. Everyone cheered and went out of the camps. I saw a lot of buses. My family and I got in to one of the bus and went to find a new place to live in.

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My Quarter

May 28th, 2013 by

Personal Narrative:

My Quarter

By: Pasit Lerkkumsup

     My heart was pounding like an earthquake, I was working so hard to get my first bit of money from my dad. I had to work because my brother was having a sleepover at his friend house and my maid took a day of. I look at the “To Do List” and check of “Washing the Dishes”. I knew from looking at the “To Do List’’ what my last chore was. I gave a long and exhausting AH. It washing the cloths. I took a five minutes rest in my room. I was staring at smiley in my computer screen, I took a deep breath and went to the other house (where we wash cloths). 1 hour later my hands felt like the were got of or paralyzed. I was finally done with all of my chores.

     I ran back to the other house and called my dad. My dad walk around and look at the things that I did and gave a big smile. He hug me and gave me my quarter.

    “This means a lot to me dad” I whispered showing him the quarter. This quarter was my first American money. Wherever I go I will always take the quarter with me. At the end of my fantastic day I went in my room. In my room I hold the quarter tightly and said to myself “I work so hard to get you”.

     The next day, my dad and I planed to go see a movie called “Paranormal Activity” in Paragon. I quickly got dressed ate my breakfast and went upstairs to put my quarter in my pocket. I waited for my dad to get ready by looking at “Syndicate Project” in YouTube. When my dad came downstairs we went to Paragon right away using our BMW. When we reach Paragon we went upstairs to the movie section of the mall. My dad got tickets and I got popcorn and we went to see Paranormal Activity. The movie was awesome.

      When we went home I took a bath and went to bed. When I woke up the next day I saw my helper (Maid) was back. And then I realized that I forgot to take my quarter out of my pocket. I ran upstairs and check is my first and only quarter there in my pocket that is located in my bathroom. I wasn’t there. I ran downstairs and asked my helper where is my pants from yesterday.The helper replied “I put it in the wash”. I was extremely shock. I waited and waited for the wash to finish. When it was noon the wash was done. I ran to the washing machine and check in my pants pocket. And the quarter wasn’t there. I was sad for 3 hours. I wanted to tell my dad that my first quarter was gone. When I heard footsteps coming down the stairs, I took a deep breath and waited for my dad to reach the first floor. When he reach the first floor I walked towards him and said that I lost my first quarter.  “My didn’t lose your quarter son” dad said giving a big smile at me.

     “What do you mean” I said.

     “I had a feeling that you will forget to take your quarter out of your pocket because we had a very fun time yesterday, so I check your pocket” he replied giving me back my first quarter. I smile and gave my dad a big hug.

     “I love you’’ dad I whispered in my dad ear.

    “I love you too son” my dad said back to me.

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Music

May 27th, 2013 by

This is  my project in music class. My project is called the ”Moving On” because the topic of this song is about me moving from 5th grade ”ES” to grade 6 ”MS”. My first one was very bad but my second one is bad not very bad. I need to improve a little in guitar and a lot in singing. 

My First One: The Lion Sleeps Tonight

My Second One: Moving On

 

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World War II (Holocaust)

May 24th, 2013 by

Holocaust

     The Holocaust was one of the worst event that happened in World War II.

    My first reason is that 6 million Jewish people were murdered in the Holocaust by the Nazis party. The Nazis party is a bunch of people that are anti semitic or people that don’t want their family or friends to get murder. The leader of the Nazis were Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler is anti semitic and racist. Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Germany in World War II. Adolf Hitler and his Nazis party bets up or do bad things when they see Jewish or my nordy people. Also Hitler gives less rights the Jewish people everyday.

    The second reason is that Adolf Hitler and his Nazis party murders Jewish and my nordy people on the street and in the concentration camps. Concentration camps are also known as death camps. Concentration camps are camps that the Nazis sent Jewish and my nordy people to their death. In the concentration camps there are a lot of terrible things like gas chamber. The concentration camp that most of the people were killed in was in Auschwitz.

    My last reason is that the Holocaust shows antisemitism,racism and discrimination. Hitler and his Nazis party were anti semitic because Adolf Hitler goal was to get rid of all of the my nordy and Jewish people from existem. It was also racist how Adolf Hitler blamed the Jews for all of the bad and terrible things that happened to Germany, like how German lost World War I and how Adolf Hitler wanted to kill all of the my nordy and Jewish people.

    A lot of terrible events happened during World War II, but the worst thing that happened in World War II was the Holocaust.

– Pasit L. :)

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WWII

May 13th, 2013 by

In class we are learning about WWII. The topic that we are on is the Manhattan project. (Atomic bomb) So in this story it will be a history fiction about someone that has something to do about the atomic bomb drooping on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

 

I felt down on to the ground, tears were going out from my eyes and soon my eyes slowly close. When I wake up the next I was in the hospital. I knew that I have the dease from the atomic bomb decease because I was there when the US drop the bomb my home country Hiroshima. I look around there was only my family. My mom told me about a girl next door make paper birds to make herself feel better because she was the decease as well. Everyday I was more and more tried. Soon I was exhausted. My family were still next to me, they told to go to bed. I said ”I love you” and went to bed. I never awoke again.

 

-Pasit L. :)

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Women at Work During WWII

May 7th, 2013 by

 

Women At Work During WW II

 

 

 

    In the U.S at war time women have to work in the US army. This was a great time for the US people because before Pearl Habor was bomb it was the Great Depression. The Great Depression was when the US people had not so much money. So this was a great time to make money. The Us went to war because the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor on December,8,1941. The men have to go to war while the women build army equipment suck as rifles,ships, and tank. Rosie the Riveter was a character that the US made up to show what the women altogether were doing. At the end of the World War II, many women wanted to stay working and not to house work like making food and taking care of the kids. There was an argument against the men and women. I my writing this dairy enter about when the women went to work in the World War II. My class are focusing on the topic called World War II. Today we are learning/focusing about when the women started working and Rosie the Riveter.

 

Dear Dairy,

 

      I was extremely mad when I  heard that news said that the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor. I wanted to take revenge for the US sensitizes and my brother that work there. I was thinking of a way to take revenge, I was thinking so hard. While I was thinking I heard in the news that men and women have to participant in war. I was smiling. The next day I quickly had my breakfast and got in my car. I headed to the Navy. On my way to the Navy I saw a lot of people heading to the Navy.”You want to go with me to the Navy” I ask. The men answer ”Yes” So we went. When I reach the Navy I felt like there was 2 sides of me, 1 telling me to go home and 2 telling me to stay and fight for the War. I made up my mind at once. I wanted to stay and fight for the US. The US men and I were training for the war while the women build fighting equipment. The training was diffident and exhausted. Soon we had to go to war. The war was horrible. I saw thousands of people that I know died. I was told by the Navy leader to drop the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki (Japan). The bomb was very good. It destroyed miles and miles and the bomb bomb 500 meters up high. When us (the US) drop the Atomic bomb on Japan the Axis Power gave up. When the War was over all of the men were happy.  Not all of the women were happy because they wanted to stay working and not go home doing ‘Women stuff’.

 

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Diary Enter of a Japanese-American in a WWII Car Internment Camp

May 3rd, 2013 by

Dear Diary,

 

I was terrified. There were about 5 US soldiers around my family. I had no idea what was happen. I look at mom and dad eye, I know that they know exactly what was happening. We were a Japanese-Amercican. The 5 soldiers took us into a bus. In the bus was absolute silent, no one talk. Everyone has tears coming out of their eyes. When the bus stop my dad told me that we have to be in Internment camp because Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor (Hawaii). The camp was in the middle of the desert. There were guards around the camp. A US soldier put some weird looking stick on our shirt. The man said in a brave voice ”You Japanese have to stay in this camp till the War is over. He let us ”American” in the camp. I ask my dad ”Is this a camp”. Dad did not not answer with words instead he answer with tears. I was sad and bored I had nothing to do. I try to do something but it was just not the same. Soon my best friend Kenji dad came up with a great idea. He will built a baseball stadium. Everyone in the Internment camp love the idea of built a stadium so we all help out. When we were done it look great. We started playing baseball every second form now. But one day I did not want to play baseball. I was super bored and scared. I was super scared because 4 people died in this camp because of dehired and T.S. I found out that this is not a camp at all, in was a a jail for Japanese. I whisper to myself,  ”I hope the war end as quickly as possible”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Pasit L. :)

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