Save the world: Protect the environment.

Hi Everyone,

I'll make this quick. I'm sure we have all heard of global warming. It is a problem that gets disregarded by the individual. One person can make a difference to stop the detrimental path to the destruction of Earth.

Take action online, and changing minuscule daily activities. To find out how you can help go to http://www.nrdc.org/default.asp . Another layman resource to understand global warming and how to take action, watch “The Inconvenient Truth”.

If you don’t know the effect of global warming or think it’s making a mountain out of a molehill, here are some facts.

Global Warming is the cause of the endangerment to Polar Bear due to Arctic ice melting. Arctic shelf melting is causing and will cause extreme flooding, erosion of land. Environmental disasters such as extreme hurricanes (Katrina), tsunamis, and dust storms that cause wildfire due to extreme heat and the arid soil, are just a few perilous effects.

Okay guys, go to http://www.nrdc.org/default.asp and tell your local senate how you feel through sending emails petitioning to help the environment or cessation the use harmful pollutant to the environment. For example, the subsidies for the liquid coal industry.

BTW, sending an email to your senate or congress is simple; it’s already written all you need to do is write your email and click sent.

Go here to take action http://www.nrdc.org/action/default.asp

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It's been along time.

It's finally summer and I survived yet another semester of college hell. I've even accomplish straight A's in all five of my classes (I don't know how I did it). Tomorrow I'll be starting summer classes in two different colleges. For, four weeks I'll have long days until one of my classes end. Then I'll only need to go to one college (Less traveling :)). I really need to graduate; I don't know how much longer I can take this drudgery. In particular, the second language requirement is a pain in the ass and seriously causing stress with a tinge (or a little more) of depression.

I haven't been able to read a lot of novels for the past five months. However, I read two novels by Charlaine Harris. I have three reasons why I read her books. One, I was really depressed because of school and needed something to cheer me up (reading a good novel always cheers me up). Two, I went to her book signing, and was dying to read book seven of her Sookie series that is called "Definitely Dead". The other book "Sweet and Deadly" is a non-series mystery, which is one of her first published books.

Mrs. Harris discussion and book signing was a great exprience. She's friendly, funny and you can definitely feel the southern hospitality that is also a wonderful element in her books.