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I am a senior at PHS and have been in The Cellar for 3 years now. I will be going to University next year and studying Graphic Design and Advertising with a minor in video production or media studies. I even designed the banner for this site! I love what I do and am very proud of all of my work.
I am also involved in Deca ( I do their P.R. work), have ridden and owned horses for 13 years and compete nation-wide in USEF Double-A Circuit Shows, own a lovely royal dutch warmblood, run varsity track, and model. I am also a hardcore dog-lover and fancy jokes and having a good time with friends. I also LOVE traveling and hope to be living and working abroad one day! Also, I have a super hero level of energy! I can’t tell you how many times people try to figure out why I am so busy and so involved but I honestly have no idea how I get everything done. Guess I’m just your every day spiderman.
The banana we eat today is cavendish banana. This is a seedless sterile banana only grown by growing pieces of trees cut off from older trees. Candy and popsicles, however are flavored after the extinct Gros Michel banana. This was a sweeter, larger banana that was wiped out by the panama disease sometime in the 1950′s.
It is finally friday!!!
If you’re looking for a a good movie to see this weekend. I can recommend ESCAPE PLAN! The actors are Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Caviezel, 50 Cent, Vinnie Jones, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Amy Ryan. I saw this last night at the 10 o’clock showing, movie comes out today! GREAT MOVIE!!!
Have a wonderful safe weekend everyone !
This is the most important fact of the day. And I’m serving up Gary’s way. Sharks have a small organ in their body that allows them to sense differences in elctro-magnetic waves. This allows them to sense even small fish, and then large swarms of fish further away. They have been known to notice large freight ships over several miles away.
The surface of Mars has been found to contain 2% water for every cubic meter of surface material. This means that a permanent colony on mars is not only safe but actually plausible within our lifetime and todays scientific restraints. On top of that, NASA is currently taking applications from those over eighteen to become the first colonist on Mars in the future.
In October everyones like “I can’t wait for homecoming” or ” OMG this fall weather ” and I’m over here like ” I LOVE HOCKEY!”
WATCH HOCKEY EVERYONE!
Colorado Vs. Boston
Columbus vs. Buffloa
California vs Washington
Phoenix vs Detroit
Florida vs Tampa Bay
Toronto vs Nashville
Winnipeg vs. Minnostoa
Montreal vs Montag
San Jose vs Vancouver
New york Rangers vs Anaheim
Scientists have been able to use an opaque crystal and two lasers to actually stop light. Since the opaque crystal neither lets in light nor allows it to leave scientists were able to trap light inside the crystal for 60 full seconds. Using one laser to open the crystalline structure on the quantum level another laser was shot into the opening the first laser made. The first laser was then shut off trapping the second inside. In the future this could lead to data storage or any number of light based technologies. To me it sounds like another step closer to light sabers and using crystals like superman for data storage.
I am a senior at PHS and this is my first year in Cellar. I am a warm-hearted individual and care about everyone and everything. I plan on studying at The University Of Kentucky and major in Criminology and minor in Criminal Law. I enjoy learning about today’s criminal justice sysytem and about the variuoius criminal cases. My favorite foods are froyos and pasta. My bestfriend who is currently sitting next to me, her name is Taylor. Shes a doll! She has helped my become a better person and shows me what a true friend really is . She is always giving me adivce and is truly an amazing person who is going far in the art world.
LOVE YOU ALL! XOXOXOXO DOLLS
Hello, my name is Peter Atkins and I am 16 years old. I’m a lovable person who like puppies and long walks on beaches. I have a twin brother Andrew, and I enjoy sailing boats.(Serious) I also enjoy watching baseball and playing tennis(also serious). I flipped of my longboard last week and got road rash. It hurts.(True) Can’t hate me for my swag. Pswag out kitson.
Hi. I’m Rachael. I am a sophomore. This is my second year at perrysburg and my first year in cellar. I like to sing and eat food. In my spare time I sleep. I take loads of pictures. Brandel is my older brother and I am here to carry on his legacy. that is all. Also, Ashlin is my favorite and I am ecstatic to have her in one of my classes. I am one of like 20 kids in this school who doesn’t have an iphone. Have a nice life. hashtag swag.
Hi, i’m Austin. I’m fond of the color green. I work at jimmy johns, its pretty cool there, sometimes people pronounce things wrong and i laugh inside. I hang out with my imaginary uncle and the guy that films us while we hang out. Probably the coolest thing i can do is a british accent, I can also do an indian accent but i’ve been advised not to do that anymore.
Hey i’m Ashlin. I’m a sophomore (Finally!). This is my second year in cellar, and it’s currently my favorite class. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and eating taco bell. I also like taking pictures. I like sleeping, being in videos, sleeping and sleeping. I love Rachael she’s the best. I also love dying my hair. basically that’s it because i’m a pretty boring person. okayyyy bye. (:
PS. if you’re reading this, we’re married now. no take backs. hashtag sorry not sorry.
Hello my name is Justin, Im a senior in high school and this is my first year in the Cellar. Outside of school I am involved in the Perrysburg Marching Band and over the summer I earned the rank of Eagle Scout. I joined this class because I like media, music and technology so I figured that any class that incorporates all of these would be a good fit. Above all Im hoping that I will have an enjoyable senior year.
Heyooo! I’m K Pach and this is my first year in the cellar. I like long walks on the beach and chocolate. In my free time I participate in a variety of extracurricular activities including photoshopping animals in space with lasers coming out of their eyes. I like makeup tutorials, romantic conversations, and watching Dancing with the Stars. My favorite musicker is Brittney Spears because Britt Britt is SUCH an inspiration. I mean “Oops I Did It Again” connects with me on such a deep level that I can’t even describe. Dislikes include fake and two-faced people and also liars. Follow me on twitter @BrittneyFan165 #RealTalk #sorrynotsorry #nofilter #nomakeup #ALL-I-WANT-IS-SOMEONE-TO-LOVE-ME
My name is Mr.Bow Tye. I like long walks on the beach, and peanut butter jelly sandwiches. I’m joining e harmony to meet my perfect match, the honey to my bee, the pajamas to my cat, the knees to my bees, or the maple syrup to my pizza. I hope to meet my fair maiden soon, and ride off with her into the sunset. Together we shall eat cheetos, play W.O.W., and watch hours upon hours of Game of Thrones. We will own a house next to the ocean and our only way of communicating with the outside world will be by sending notes in glass bottles out to sea. I can’t wait to meet my fair maiden! EXCELSIOR!!
Yo I’m Morgan and I try to spend most days dealing with the three weirdos I trust my life with. Don’t ever make me tell a joke because I’ll probably laugh more than anyone in the room.
Carly scares me monumentally. Help me. Please. Hopefully one day I’ll be able to become an author or something interesting like that. I guess I’m pretty odd, but I have Eunice to keep me company (hey babe). Most days I am on the computer sooooooo yeah. And reading. I like reading. Music is pretty influential on my life. So is food. Um…. I feel like this is my page for E-Harmony but okay. Did you know that butterflies are terrifying? It’s a fact- I’m a biologist, trust me. Yeah so cool. Outtie.
Hi, Im Clayton. My favorite color is yellow, like the jacket. My favorite food is lasagna. I go to Perrysburg High School and I am in the 12th grade. I work at Chick-fil-a. My favorite tv show is Lost. I love to play basketball. I love people.
I’m Buzz. I am mostly human, and 100% real beef. My life is a pretty much like Elmo’s without Mr. Noodle. Or the goldfish. In all seriousness I hate introducing myself in a paragraph or really in words at all. I believe that someone is more than can be put in a few words, and cant be known unless you spend time with them. Thank you that is all.
Sincerely yours ~Alexander The Great and Terrible
Hi, I am Logan S. My favorite color is red, like a fire truck. My favorite food is steak. I go to Perrysburg High School and I am in the 12th grade. I work at Barry Bagel’s and make sandwiches for customers. My best friends are Clayton and Lil Tim. My favorite TV show is breaking bad. I LOVE to play basketball and plan on being a walk-on kicker in college. What most people know about me is that i am very athletic and humorous. I LOVE PEOPLE.
Hello, i’m Nick. I love the hunting and fishing. I’m a sophomore here at PHS. My favorite TV show is Burn Notice, but unfortunately that series has just ended. My new favorite show is Breaking Bad. My favorite movie is Red 2 or Shooter. I love spending time with my dog. My favorite food is steak (medium-rare). I have an XBOX 360 and like to play Call of Duty, Halo, and Need for Speed. My favorite animal is a red panda.
Yoooooooo, m3 llama 3s Carly (I said llama, lmao).
50% Funny, 50% Stupid, 100% Random, lawl
I luv chilling with my fri3nds, and watching invad3r zim, BVB army yo
ch3ck m3 out on myspac3 and fri3ndst3rrrr, my user name is 2sc3n34u-rawr.
i luv m33ting n3w p3opl3, and my lif3 is BOTDF, Dahvi3 Vanity is my soul m8
i luv hot topic, and partying lawls XP
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Hi, I am Eunice, a secret eunicorn justice fighter. Well, now it’s not a secret anymore. A lot of people think I’m weird, personally I think that I am just a misunderstood teenager that has angst like Harry Potter did through all 8 Harry Potter movies. Anyway, I love digital media and videography and my dream is to one day be a cool youtuber, but then again, we all have dreams. You see that star that you just wished upon? IT’S DEAD LIKE YOUR DREAMS. Hey, did you know that NASA will pay you $18,000 for having a sedentary life on a bed for 3 months? Except for the fact that you have to have passed a military fitness test beforehand. See what I did there? DREAM CRUSHED. Oh hey, and I love anime. Passionately. Like how much passion you could fill in a 50 Shades of Gray book. Great book by the way. Ha. Ha. Ha. This is where you slowly walk away from the computer. Yes…that’s right…walk away…sllooowwllly.
the names Andrews, Collin Andrews. i’m a major movie fan, any and all kinds especially my favorite, “The Kings Speech” and those crappy but awesome Godzilla series. i’m not a big fan of sports, in fact i see no point in them sometimes, i mean someone throws a ball of some sort and people fall down or hop around like they have to use the restroom. i adore comic books of all kind, but i give Marvel the curve over DC (Excelsior). i have hobbies such as writing, playing the “Worms” game series, and playing strategic board games.
now stop reading this….
If you have ears on your head and a internet connection, you’ve probably heard or read about this movie. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve read or heard kids quoting this movie then falling out of their seats, landing on the floor, and gripping the tummies for air because they were laughing so hard.
This movie is about a freshman in college, Becca, who decides to become part of an all-girl competitive,very traditional, singing group named “The Bellas.” After losing year after year to their boy counterparts, Becca decides to “remix” the group’s traditional music with new-age pop.
The movie stars big actors such as Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Skylar Astin.
I really liked this movie. I got a huge kick out of Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) and The Quiet Asian Girl (Hana Mae Lee); anything that came out of their mouths, I was basically crying because I was laughing so hard. It was so funny. I can’t tell you how many times I laughed. It was fantastic! If you’re ever upset about life or crying over a breakup, seriously watch this movie. You’ll forget about the world. Another thing I loved is the fact that because there were so many girls in the “group,” you could find at least one or more characters you can relate to…and sing along with. I also liked the music, even though it’s not what I listen to during my free time.
Even though I really enjoyed watching the movie, I didn’t like some things in it. One, I didn’t like how cheesy and predictable the plot was. Let’s face it, you can only do so much plot-wise when it comes to girls singing in competition with the same girls. Two, some of the topics they talked about were a bit awkward if you were in a room with a super conservative parent or a six grader.( Just a warning!) Three, the movie starts off sloth-like. It seriously was CRAWLING. I think I even leaned over to my friend and asked him what time it was, which is something I never do.
Regardless, I give this movie a 8 out of 10 because it was hilarious and a fantastic “feel good” teen movie.
Seriously, go see it.
Howdy. So the Levy (the one that means that Perrysburg won’t have to cut just about every single elective and language class is has) has passed! Now, I don’t want to take COMPLETE credit for the levy passing (with that fabulous informative levy that Evan and I were in, and Matt Corbett filmed and edited) however I must say I am proud of the Cellar staff for their efforts to promote the facts. So congratulations Perrysburg! Because of this, classes like Photo, Art, and THE CELLAR (=D) will thrive for years to come.
Huzzah! Also we also had complete faith in the people to have the levy pass all along.
…But check out Brandel’s “contingency” video just for kicks and giggles.
Well, Hurricane Sandy has been pounding the East Coast, affecting us too. Sandy has brought the city that never sleeps to complete standstill, along with every other coastal city, and it has caused wide-spred flooding along the Eastern Seaboard. Damages range from over 100 houses burnt to the ground, unfortunately a death toll, boardwalks destroyed, and all of the transportation systems ground to a halt in the cities. All of the major airport around New York City have been flooded and have just resumed operation under restrictions. Schools are still shut down all around the impact areas, because most of the roads are impassable, being completely filled with deep sand deposits, or flooded. Tunnels and subways are completely flooded, and there are deep sand deposits along coastal areas. Boats and ships have been tossed up on land like they were toys adding to the problems. Weather around here has been affected by Sandy too. Thanks to Sandy, our past couple of days have been wet, cold, and windy. Waves on Lake Erie reached heights up to 20 feet and winds closed down the Turnpike to many vehicles. Not nearly as bad as what was experienced on the coast, but still enough to cause some problems. Overall the storm killed power in 16 states, and recovery is going to take a long time in the affected areas.
WHAT TO DO ON A FIRST DATE
GoPro Hero 2
HD cameras have become smaller and smaller, and their prices have lowered and lowered. GoPro, their cameras aimed towards outdoor activities such as mountain biking and car racing, has come out with a line of tiny, portable, and tough cameras. Among their recent products is the Hero2, an even smaller evolution of the Original Hero.
The Hero2 adds the ability to take photos at rapid rates, varying shutter speeds from a half-second to as long as ten seconds. The HD video ups from 960p to 1080p. But, there would be no point in upping the quality if the frames were shaky. GoPro certified the issue using an image-stablizer and upping the frames-per-second to thirty for 1080 and forty-eight for 960.
No conversation about a GoPro can go without mentioning its durability. The GoPro is fully waterproof and can survive depths one should not be at. The case can survive falls from a car at sixty miles-an-hour and from the heights of a twenty-story building. The only result of these falls is a slight scratch on the front power button.
The two downsides to this tough camera are things anyone can complain about. The battery itself does not last very long and tends to die quickly during full HD recording. The second fault is the price. A single Hero2, without any other cases, SD cards, or straps, costs a cool $300. But, a new Hero came out last month: the Hero3.
I’m With You- The Red Hot Chili Peppers
7 out of 10
“I’m With You” marks the Red Hot Chili Peppers 10th studio album, and a new era for the band. Following the 2009 departure of longtime guitarist John Frusciante, the band regrouped with newcomer Josh Klinghoffer and went to work on “I’m With You”. The result is a mixed bag made up of classic Chili Peppers funk punk, new experimental textures, and faux hip-hop freakouts. Although it lacks the psychedelic leanings of 2006′s “Stadium Arcadium”, echoes of Frusciante’s spacious, maximalist style are still there, especially on songs such as the lite-Hendrix pysch-ballad “Police Station”. In fact, despite a few odd synth textures and ambient guitar solos, Klinghoffer does more to take the band back to its early sound than towards bold experimentalism. Hardcore fans will likely be displeased with this album, based mostly on the fact that Josh Klinghoffer is not the prodigy that John Frusciante was, but many fans may be attracted by new elements such as the exotic percussion on “Ethiopia”, the latin flavored horns on “Did I Let You Know”, or the backing vocals added by Klinghoffer throughout the album, sung in a voice that is interesting in the least, even if it is a step down from Frusciante’s angelic high harmonies. It is also necessary to note the expanded range of lead singer Anthony Kiedis’ voice (as best evidenced on the deeply emotional “Brendan’s Death Song”, a tribute to Brendan Mullen, who booked the band’s first shows and passed away recently) and the usual elements that make a Chili Pepper’s album great, such as the perpetual virtuosity of Flea’s bass playing and the unstoppable rhythm of Chad Smith’s drumming, complete with as much cowbell as you could possibly ask for. The album, and indeed the state of the band as a whole, is best reflected in “Meet Me At The Corner” which begins as a somber ballad before erupting into a hopeful, upbeat outro verse. Times may change, tragedy may strike, and members may come and go, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers have shown us yet again that they will keep rocking through it all.
Key Tracks: “Meet Me at the Corner”, “Brendan’s Death Song”
2. You don’t live in Michigan.
3. Mr. Kitson isn’t making you write a Thanksgiving post
4. Lil Wayne quit music to take up skateboarding
6. Taylor is in a good mood….trust me, if she’s having a bad day, everyone is.
7. Afro’s are making a comeback
8. The other half of the Mayan calendar was recently discovered, accounting for several billion more years of existence
9. You’ve read all the way to number 9, so you’re clearly literate
10. Friends, family, and all those other lovely things we should typically think about at this time of year. Happy Thanksgiving!
Recently, within the last week or so, while I was visiting Miami University of Ohio, I came to a very poignant realization.
I am impalpably fortunate to live the way I do and have the life I have. And I don’t want you to think that I mean this in a comparative way. I don’t mean in the way that could be “I am lucky because I wasn’t born in lesser situations that are out there.” As in, I could have been born in a third world country or very poor or something. I mean it in a way that stands by itself. I am fortunate to exist, to be able to walk the Earth and experience beauty and pain and all that there is. My situation is a situation, so I am content and very grateful for that.
I was just walking through the University and thinking about how I will go to this place to one like it and I will exist through it and live through it and see it with my eyes and hear it with my ears and feel it with my soul. It made me feel very silly about everything that I am having stress over with my life. It made all of those things seem so small. So I was just walking and I had this wave of gratitude, ironic due to the current season, and it felt wonderful.
Love and Peace,
OH-IO! Heck yeah, it’s the only football game I care about, besides the football game. I’ll be wearing the scarlet and grey (ok, probably just an OSU shirt) for sure and laughing in my cousins face when OSU wins again, and the State up North goes back to loosing to the greatness that is Ohio State. Not sure what I’m doing for that, but I just know that I will be laughing about Michigan’s loss since all the State up North people thought they were so great after winning last year. That is coming to an end this year… I know it…. The State up North will regret everything they have done ever. Have a great break everyone, and go OSU!
Knowing a Shark
The shark maintains his toothy grin
Jaws at the ready,
his focus steady,
Inside his slimy skin.
Comes at you in a particular dress.
In suits and ties,
The perfect disguise,
An honest man to best impress.
Insults you in a peculiar fashion.
Likes to play with his food,
In manners quite rude,
Strictly business is his passion.
To double cross is his preferred path.
Rather used than be used,
Until your worth well is through,
And you drown in the blood bath.
And in knowing a shark you must brace yourself.
For the delirious king of his domain,
With an iron fin he will reign,
And tax you of your wealth.
If another shark won’t fit the pack.
Will be outcasted from the heard,
With one fowl word,
For “perfection” they do lack.
And if you have the misfortune of knowing a shark.
Take heed to my warning,
To survive til the morning,
For he hunts his prey best in the dark…
At the Zoo
Sometimes when you are at the zoo,
You can never tell who is watching who…
The peacock watches the violently vain.
Colorful characters; crazed and insane.
those who in their every pore and vein
Strive for their image to be maintained.
A head above the rest, the giraffe is impressed,
By the prideful person who puffs out his chest.
Lofty and high; their eyes in the sky,
Noses ever stuck at the angle forty five.
Yes sometimes when you’re at the zoo,
You never know who is watching who…
slow in his approach is the sallow sloth,
In viewing the one who to work he does scoff.
His favorites are the ones who got laid off.
Ones who’ve been left to the destruction of moths.
Sinister eyes laid on someones prize;
Envious people is who the snake spies.
Self absorbed in wanting more;
Covets the things he can’t afford.
Certainly when one is at the zoo,
It is hard to tell who is watching who…
A glutton for punishment, the gluttonous pig,
Finds amusement in ones abnormally big.
Sloppy in their misdeeds and topped off with a wig.
And are carried from place to place with a tractor rig.
The lustful rabbit, as luck would have it,
Watches those with a sinful habit.
Those prone to multiply til the day they die,
To satisfy the twinkle in their eye.
Finally, erect with crooked posture,
Eyes the greedy, the decrepit vulture.
Those whose money’s made their language vulgar,
And those who waste their lives hoarding treasure.
You see, we are no different you and I,
Then the animals we unknowing idolize.
The same beasts we claim as savage,
Have half a brain to accomplish the same sin.
So the question is who taught who?
You never know when you are at the zoo…
Thanksgiving is never complete without a large dish of homemade mashed potatoes next to that freshly cooked turkey. Here’s a recipe I found for this year’s feast!
Peel and dice potatoes, making sure all are relatively the same size. Place in a large saucepan, add the salt, and cover with water. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat and then reduce heat to maintain a rolling boil. Cook until potatoes fall apart when poked with a fork.
Heat the half-and-half and the garlic in a medium saucepan over medium heat until simmering. Remove from heat and set aside.
Remove the potatoes from the heat and drain off the water. Mash and add the garlic-cream mixture and Parmesan; stir to combine. Let stand for 5 minutes so that mixture thickens and then serve.
You can find the original recipe here at Foodnetwork: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/creamy-garlic-mashed-potatoes-recipe/index.html
One of my favorite things to learn about is Mythology as well as astronomy. I being one who always takes time out of my day to go gaze at the stars in an attempt to find inspiration, came about this concept for this poem on a peaceful july night, lost in thoughts of the past, on a night where Orions’ belt was quite visible.
In the season when the flowers bloom
Upon the wings of an updraft
I catch the scent of her sweet perfume
And in my anguish the gods laugh
Whilst I lay here among the stars
Her morning dew musk takes my dreams
And steals away my thoughts afar
My mind fabric opens at the seams
Her hair, oh her hair
Beautifully tangled, bright and fare
Flowing wild and untamed
Like the power and grace of a lions mane
Oh her face, so full of life and bliss
And she is the one I Artemis
I remember how our love was drawn
We ran on the wisp of a windy day
While the childish Okeanos songs
By Aura were gently carried away
The huntress and I roamed the countryside
I was hers and she was mine
On her golden chariot we’d ride
And On the sweetest yields we’d dine
Her eyes, oh her eyes
The fount in which my youth lies
Skin like silk, body’s immaculate form
Elegant curvature, her embrace warm
I can still feel her hand upon my wrist.
In sadness i cry “my Artemis”
When Appolo could my presence no longer
Oh how I remember that day
When that serpent emerged from the water
And simple poison lead to painful decay
In mourning, the beauty throew me to the sky
As a way to maintain my legacy
But I’ve looked down at the years go by
And I doubt she remembers me
I try to make my stars shine bright
To catch the eye of the bringer of light
Immortal my memory but soon misplaced
l long once more to see her face
That is my one and only wish
To love unbound with Artemis.
Thanksgiving is always a great time of year, mostly because we get out of school, but also because family comes together to give thanks. It’s always fun to eat up a turkey with some potatoes and stuffing and to share good times with those you are close with. However, the main idea of thanksgiving is remembering what you are thankful for. As for the OSU Michigan game, OSU will win…. that’s it.
HOW TO WIN OVER A GIRL
HOW NOT TO WIN OVER A GIRL
I first learned about the wonderful Ellie Goulding my freshman year. I was reading one of my many magazines and read a little section about “Emerging Artists.” I thought she looked interesting, took note, and kinda threw it aside. A few weeks later, I heard her name again. That very day, I went out and bought her first album, Lights, which is, to this day, one of my favorites. She has something that resonates with me and my life. It don’t know if it’s the beat of her music, her love of drums, or if it’s simply her electric voice.
I listened to her first album about a billion times since freshman year. She begin to become “Popular” and they played her music at my Sophomore Winter Ball. No one knew the song…but there I was, with my friend, screaming the words like complete morons while everyone questioned our sanity. Just this summer, they began to play her song on the radio and as quickly as I found her name, she dropped her second album, Halycon.
I stayed up the night it came out anxiously awaiting the midnight hour to buy her album, slowly, the clock struck the twelve and I was off to the races. Not literally, I just bought it over Itunes, but still, devoted fan here.
Anyways, I started listening to the music and I started out unsure. She experimented a lot with her vocals, the bass, and the beat, everything. At first, it didn’t sound like the Ellie I fell in love with…but then I realized, it’s still fantastic music. It’s the music that I want to wake up to in the morning and get ready with, the kind I want to crank really loud and blow one of my car’s speakers for (…not that I did that or anything…), dance around my room listening to, ect, ect.
Ellie Goulding hasn’t let any of her fans down. Consumers always say the second album isn’t nearly as good, but I disagree here, which is a shocking surprise for me.
I advise you to check it out, seriously. It’s, like I said, very different and nothing I have ever listened to before. If you like addicting lyrics, meaningful topics, music you want to dance to, music you can relate to, electric punk, indie, or techno, try it out. And if you’re interested in Dubstep, check her out too, she’s dating Skrillex and I’m pretty sure he did some really cool things to the song “Figure 8” and “Holding On.” It basically blew my friend’s mind….and my car speakers…but that’s another story.
With that been said, have a good listen.
I rate this CD 8 out of 10.
HOW TO WIN OVER A GUY
HOW NOT TO WIN OVER A GUY
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(Hola Mis Amigos, I’m Carly and I like to do stuff… I know, I know, vague. Some facts about me are that 1. I cannot spell for my life, 2. I’m obsessed with an amazing british show called Doctor Who, 3. I like to play soccer, 4. My grammar is really sad): 4. I wrote “4” twice, 5. I like to read and write Poetry, 6. I’m in love with music… I’m gonna leave it with alternative/punk-rock because I could talk about it forever. NEW SENTANcE!!!!! I also love to read and hang out with my friends. I hope to get my temps in two weeks, and my license on my birthday, April 22nd. Lastly this is all written backwards, mwahahaha!)
Violence was commonplace in the working world Jimmy Hoffa entered in the late 1920s. Police and strikebreakers battled with union officials. As our industries grew, truckers hauled more and more of the nation’s freight. Jimmy Hoffa helped to organize and engineer dozens of strikes demanding better wages and working conditions. He soon joined a small union known as the Teamsters local 299. Hoffa rose through the ranks to become a top leader and eventually president of the Teamsters. As a leader gifted with great charisma, he turned the Teamsters into a workforce larger than the United States Army.
However, Hoffa was soon under much scrutiny from the Department of Justice and the Kennedy brothers for his ties to prominent members of the Mafia. Hoffa was financing the mob using money from the Teamster pension fund. Hoffa was eventually sentenced to prison for fraud, jury tampering, and bribery. His sentence was commuted by Richard Nixon on the condition that he refrain from union activities until 1980. Hoffa sued to regain his position as president of the Teamsters. On July 30th, 1975, Hoffa went to a meeting at Machus Red Fox restaurant to meet with two mob officials Anthony Provenzano and Anthony Giacalone. Hoffa vanished and was never seen or heard from again. Now, police in Roseville Michigan are acting on the word of a tipster who says he saw a body which was buried around the same time Hoffa disappeared. The tipster used to do business with someone who had ties to Anthony Giacalone one of the suspects in the disappearance. Police have found a body but have not yet confirmed that it belonged to the former Teamsters leader. It is important for us to take into speculation what could have happened to Hoffa. Was he captured by his own men or by government forces? We will never know. One thing is certain, the death of Jimmy Hoffa remains a perplexing moment in American History. It is important for us as High School students to study this case as one of the mysteries which haunt our nation.
Bored during study hall? Feel the need to create the perfect snowflake?
If you answered yes to either one of these questions, Make-a-Flake might be the right site for you.
Make-a-Flake can be found here: http://snowflakes.barkleyus.com/
or by searching “make a flake” on google
Cut up fun flakes and save them to the gallery or email them to yourself!
My name is Taylor, a Junior at Perrysburg High School, who loves videos production, modeling, riding horses, and smiling. I’ve always been interested in Video Production for years and enjoyed myself in Perrysburg Jr. High School’s WPJH, a weekly news cast produced and edited by a few students. The Cellar, a class I’ve been in for 2 years now, is my favorite class. The majority of my best friends are in this class and we are like a huge family, which is always a plus to me. I also love the fact that we can be creative and goof around. This class has even got me interested in going to school for video production, but I doubt that, I’m going to most likely be a hair stylist. Speaking of hair, I’ve also been a hair model numerous times along with runway. I’ve been in Epic Rocks Fashion Show for 4 years now, along with a few other smaller shows. Modeling is the best but my real passion is horseback riding. I’ve owned horses for about 8 years and have been riding for 11 years. Throughout those years, I’ve never missed a day of riding, which is every. single. day. In the summer, I participate in USEF and USHJA, Double-A shows in the Upper United States on my horse named Oliver. As I’ve mentioned above, I’m always smiling! (: Things that make me smile: hanging out with friends, coffee, listening to music, watching movies, riding my bike (1969 Schwinn), talking to my bff (NICK R!), styling people’s hair, playing on my ipod, eating children, computers, making videos, fall, clothes, Converse Shoes, Antiquing, Listening to Vinyls, Going Vinyl shopping, trees changing colors, writing, & going to football games.
The book for the week of October 29th is Looking for Alaska by John Green. Looking for Alaska can be found as an ebook here: http://books.google.com/books/about/Looking_For_Alaska.html?id=EWEkAQAAMAAJ
It’s about a boy named Miles who is a loner at his high school in Florida. In his Junior year he decides to got o a boarding school in southern Alabama where his life gets turned upside down. At Culver Creek Boarding School he meets Alaska Young and “The Colonel” who name him “Pudge” and become his best friends. He joins a prank war against the weekday warriors and play one of the biggest pranks in Culver Creek history, but then the impossible happens. Pudge and his friends have to learn to move on and live life no matter what happens.
Looking for Alaska won the 2006 Michael L. Printz Award from the American Library Association.
It can be found at both the Way Public Library and in the PHS Media Center.
Libra: Today you will have an intense magnetic effect on people, which will be thrilling and fun. But keep in mind that while you are pulling some fabulous people into your orbit, you will also undoubtedly pull in one or two very insecure people, too. They are looking for someone to tell them how to live their life, and that is just not your style. Be careful not to make them think you play a bigger role in their life than you really do. Keep your distance.
Aries: You’ve been too agreeable lately — and you run the risk of being branded a pushover! Today, it’s time to stand up for what you think is right. Don’t back off from being the lone voice of dissent in the room. If something isn’t right to you, then it isn’t right! You deserve the chance to say your piece and have your thoughts be given just as much respect as everyone else’s. No one is taking the spotlight away from you — you’ve been giving it away. Take some of it back today.
Taurus:You have become quite a trendsetter in your group, haven’t you noticed? Your friends are starting to emulate the way you talk, the way you dress, even the way you laugh! You have been feeling good, and when you feel good you look good. And when you look good — people want to follow your example! They think you have the secret to looking good and being happy. And whether you realize it or not, you do have it. Be as social as you possibly can, today.
Scorpio: If you are going to say something that might be tough for someone to hear today, first consider their temper. Is it easily triggered? If so, then make sure you start your conversation on a positive note! Talk to them about all the things about them that you appreciate and enjoy. Then, ease into the problem and focus on a positive outcome. Your way with words and kind smile will disarm them enough to help them hear what they need to hear without getting mad.
Gemini: When you think you’ve come across a great bargain or amazing, no-fail investment opportunity today, you had better stop and look more closely. Things are not what they seem, and it would be in your best interest to ask a lot of questions about what you are considering getting yourself into. Soon enough you’ll get the sneaking suspicion that there are facts or imperfections that are being hidden from you. And when you get that feeling, you had better run for the hills!
Sagittarius: Your fresh attitude is fresher than ever right now, and today it will help other people jump onto the happy wagon right along with you! This is a time full of brightness and laughter in your life, but there are one or two responsibilities that you need to make sure you take it seriously! But if there is anyone who can have fun while getting stuff done, it’s you! So don’t you dare think you have to give up one for the sake of the other. No one balances things quite like you.
Cancer: You don’t have to be as skilled as a professional chef to throw a dinner party — so what else is stopping you? Your social circle needs a get together to look forward to, and they would love for you to host them. If you don’t want to cook, then suggest a causal potluck or order pizza once everyone gets there. You have to stop worrying about your hosting abilities — the people in your life just want to be hanging out with you. They don’t expect you to be another Martha Stewart.
Capricorn: If you are working on building a new romance, the best course of action for you right now is to take no action at all! Now is not the time for you to move any relationships forward — especially new ones. Do not fall under the false assumption that you need to provide positive feedback or encouragement in order to keep someone interested. Let them simmer in their own juices for a while. Or better yet — let them know that you enjoy being chased. And are worth chasing after!
Leo: There is no law that says you can’t stir things up once in a while! Today, pick a controversial topic and ask someone smart what they think about it. Who knows whether any major drama will erupt or not — but you will get a charge of out whatever happens. Hearing people’s opinions is usually a great way to build your relationship with them, so choose a person to talk to who you want to spend some more time with. Flirting can be an intellectual pursuit.
Aquarius: Get ready to ride a gigantic wave of creative energy today — it might hit you with little or no notice, so make sure you’ve always got a pen and paper nearby. Jotting down every little thing that pops into your head might not be very practical, but these little gems you write down will come in handy in a few weeks when you’re looking for inspiration or something to do. Brilliant ideas will be flooding your brain, although they might not seem brilliant at first.
Virgo: Today you need to develop a more analytical attitude, especially when it comes to people you don’t like. If they rub you the wrong way, so what? Do they really have an impact on your life and on your opportunities? If so, then you need to address it once and for all — establish what your relationship will be with them and then never look back. But if they don’t matter to your life, then don’t let them matter! Move and don’t give them the power to affect you anymore.
Pisces: Today it will be easy for you to see the truth behind any false fronts, so it’s a great day for judging someone or picking a new member of your team. After a few minutes of light conversation you will be able to know who is genuine and who is full of it. There is at least one person who is trying to seriously make you believe something that isn’t true, but they won’t succeed. You are entering a phase of strength, clarity, and increasing confidence.
The Cellar Web Magazine is a new informational source for the student body about happenings at Perrysburg High-School and around Perrysburg. My personal duties with this web magazine are posting the video of the day and the meme of the day. Hopefully this will be a successful addition to The Cellar.
I is Jake. I like catz. I like da video gamez. I like da McDonalds. I like da spyder carz. I like da neon shoes. I like da marching band. I like da video gamez. I like da Earf. I like da Pokemanz. I like da free candy. I like da vans dat da candy come from. I like da video gamez. I like da Tay-tay. She gives me da free candy. I like da bald people. I like da smell of fence paint. I like da sidewalk. I like da Mr. Rogers. I like da video gamez. I like da Cookie Monster. I like da spoons. I like ta eat chocolate milk mix plain. I like da Demi Lovato. I like computerz. I like da little kittiez. I like da video gamez. I like coffee beans. I like da Future Farmers of America. I like da Latinos. I like da music. I like da bacon. I like da One Direction. I like da cheez ballz. I like da Grand Canyon. I like da video gamez. I like da taste of human flesh. I like da fire. I like da firearms. I like da fire stations. I like da firemen. I like Dan Turner and Joe Hymel. I like da fire engine. I like da fire dog. I like da fire hose. I like da bonfire. I like da fireworks.
Da end. I like da end.
<3 Jake the Snake
“I’m Dallas. I like long walks on the beach, ice cream- chocolate, and of course… Takin’ off my shirttt!” Hey. Just kidding. Not really. But I’m Dallas. I’m a senior at PHS right now and I enjoy making videos and performing shenaniganz. Yes, shenaniganz. I enjoy performing comedic acts and hope to make a lot of fun videos this year!
I like dessert.
Greetings minions, my name is Eunice.
I am a Sophmore attending Perrysburg High School. I have an infatuation with Japanese culture but, I am of the South Korean descent. People don’t have to worry about me falling into anorexia due to the fact that food is my lover. I freakin’ love food. Food is better than men. Food is awesome. Food.
Anyway, I also am a robust female who is awesomely awesome to every cell, or even every chromosome, or even every atom of my body. Just plain out awesome. I can also lift cars with my pinky. Not to mention benching 1,000 pounds everyday.
I hope you enjoy my works and I apologize. I’m actually a low self-esteemed introvert.
Alright so i’m scotty, i’m on the football team, and have been in cellar a few years. I would like to say that i am a good writer and am very proactive in this class when i am feeling up to it. I love shooting videos and to make a fool of myself on camera. I seem to be the only one that tries to keep the cellar music current. if you hear any reggae, hip hop and or rap playing that was my doing…most likely. Well that is your short introduction to myself you will probably learn more about me throughout the year which will probably include my political stances and other things like that.
Hi, my name is Eric. This is my senior year here at Perrysburg High School. I have been in The Cellar for two years now. After school I run track and cross country. Cellar is a lot of fun. This is senior year and it is going to be pretty crazy.
I’m Ashlin. I’m fifteen and i’m a freshman. I don’t like school, but Cellar is an exception. I like Cellar because we can do whatever we like, and everyone in here is pretty awesome. In my spare time I like to sleep and spend time with my friends. I play volleyball and I dance, so I’m used to being on camera. My favorite color is orange, and math is my all time favorite subject. I also like to do anything that’s fun, and I’m not afraid to embarrass myself. I also really like dogs.
Heyo e’rebody! I’m Nick Frank, and I’m a senior here in the Cellar. This is my third year in the Cellar, making me one of the veterans of this class. I’m super involved around school; I’m the President of National Honor Society, Vice President of the senior class for Student Council, Historian of Spanish Club, Section Leader of the Drumline in marching band, and I’m a part of Symphony.
Hey, if you are reading this then it is safe to assume that you want to learn more about me. If not, then you can just read this anyway. I am 17-years-old and I go to Perrysburg high school. I have been involved in the Cellar for 3 years now and I love everything about it. It is a great way to meet new people and make friends. I have made countless videos over the years and they have all been somewhat of a success. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and making videos. This will be my last year in the Cellar and at Perrysburg so I hope to make it a really fun year.
Hello! I am a 17-year-old Junior here at the good ol’ PHS. I randomly walk about with a GoPro on my head and carry my music everywhere I go. Nevertheless, I take part in the Cellar, Wind Ensemble, and the Marching Band. I love music, writing, and using a camera. If you need a driver, call me.
My name is Kyle Durham. I love to watch and play sports. I play for the Perrysburg High School football and baseball teams. I start middle linebacker and catcher for the teams. My favorite pro and college teams are the Detroit Lions, Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings, and Michigan Wolverines. I plan on playing college baseball somewhere, but I don’t know where yet. My ultimate goals in high school this year are to win the NLL Championship in football, baseball and get a scholarship to a Division 1 College to play baseball. I’m planning to study kinesiology, Sports management or sports marketing in college. However, my dream job would be to be a college baseball coach and help kids possibly reach the major leagues.
Hi. I’m Nick Rossler. I am a senior here at Perrysburg, where I run for the cross country and track teams. When I’m not at practice or working at Interstate Lanes Bowling Alley, I pursue my true passion, music. I am a blues/soul guitarist who also enjoys all of the other genres of music that come from that (Reggae, rock, jazz, country, hip hop). I plan to pursue music in college, either in the form of music therapy or a well rounded music program where I could learn a mix of performance, production, and management. As far as school is concerned right now, my favorite classes are history and, of course, the Cellar. To be honest though, I’m kind of ready for it all to be done! Well, that pretty much it for me. Feel free to check out my other posts!
Thomas (Tommy is preferred)
E- Classified. (Sorry, rules are rules.)
A- Classified. Again.
That’s my name. If you want to be humorous, you could call me Mr. TEA, but that was really more of a joke on my part than a recommendation. I would feel really awkward if you addressed me by that name.
I do have several (self-appointed) titles, however…
… and all of these would still be awkward to be called by.
So maybe we should stick with Tommy. That’s what everyone calls me anyway. If you can’t remember names (like me), then feel free to remember me as “that guy who wrote a humorous post about himself online”. I won’t be insulted. In fact, I’ll probably be impressed.
I’m obliged to list a few more things about myself in this post, so I guess I’ll give you the gist right here:
That’s all. Oh, I think I’m also supposed to mention that I’m a student at PHS (Perrysburg High School). Leave it to me to leave the basics until the end of the post…
Eh, whatever. Mr. TEA out.
Hey howdy hey! My name is Evan Cygnor! I am a senior at Perrysburg High School. I am a nice guy, you know, friendly, loyal…all that good stuff. I absolutely love to play the violin. In fact, I am concertmaster of the Perrysburg High School Concert Orchestra. I am a HUGE Aerosmith fan! They are my favorite music group! My favorite song Is “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing.” I took Cellar this year looking for a good class where I could express some of my talent and so far it hasn’t been disappointing! (even though I have not been in/made many videos.) Senior year is a lot of fun, but VERY stressful. I am currently looking forward to going to Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. I am planning to go into dentistry.
Hellooo! I am a senior here at PHS and am stoked about this year! I am involved in theatre and two choirs. I also helped design the Cellar website and make videos. Something interesting about me is that I can make a three leaf clover with my tongue… I also work at Lola’s Frozen yogurt. There ya go, carry on now, carry on.
An 18 year old boy who is funny, has a massive beard, loves to be with others, and strives to find the purpose for his existence, these are the words which describe me. I have spent the past 13 years as a musician starting at age 5. I also hold a keen interest and passion for film and performing arts. My love for art and my passion for creativity is exactly what has brought me here. Throughout the course of this year, I shall work to achieve greater understanding of the many aspects of performing arts.
My name is Gabrielle M, I’m sixteen-years-old. I am a junior. I have six cats. I play guitar and sing. I like sushi and nutella, not together. My favorite color is hot pink. Ted is my favorite movie, but I also love scary movies. My worst fears are clowns and storms. I do not enjoy attending school, but my favorite subjects are english and choir. I am also excited to be in the cellar this year. In my free time, I play music and hangout with my friends. Just kidding, I don’t have friends. I really like cats.
Greetings, students of the universe! I would like to give you and insight as to exactly who, and where I, Matthew Robert Corbett IV, am. The who. I am exactly 18 years and 76 days old, but I feel much older and much younger. It just depends on the moment in time that you ask me. Expressing myself through art holds much of my sanity in tact. I like to draw, sculpt, paint, photograph, and any other form that I happen to find interesting. The where. I was born in northern Michigan, but have moved about three times in my life. Currently, I reside in Perrysburg, Ohio, where I am a senior in high school, and soon a freshman in university.
The Golden Chalise
She prays and worships day and night at only the age of seven. Her sweet voice melts your heart and reaches the angels of heaven.
Seven year old Masooma Haidari was the youngest child in a peasant family in the city of Herat Afghanistan. Her father, a well known Mujahideen commander lost his limbs during a mine explosion during the Afghan resistance against the Communist regime of the Soviet Union. Her name derives from the term Masoom which translates to innocent girl. Innocent is exactly the word to describe this girl. She was a thing of beauty with fair skin, eyes as blue as the waters of the ocean, and hair as black as olives. She stood by her window looking down at the outside world before her and saw the world in a way she had never before seen. . She was skinny and starting to hold resemblance to a skeleton. Her fair skin was being replaced with a pale unpleasant color. She closed her eyes and held her hands up in prayer and devotion. “Merciful Allah, shed some light upon this darkness which has fallen upon me and my family”.
Her mother Gulnar Begum Haidari walked into the room. “Ba Khuda.” by god, I have never seen such devotion at such a young age. Her mother’s eyes were tearing up at the sight of her daughters unconditional devotion. Masooma walked up to her mother and she burst into tears. Madar jo dear mother what is this grief that has fallen upon us? Are we so impoverished that we cannot even have a single morsel?” Her mother said Nay my child you mustn’t cry. You must be grateful to god for what we have already” Her family lived on only 10 Afghani a day and the only meals they could afford were a slice of bread and margarine a day for breakfast, boiled potato for lunch, and a bowl of cabbage soup for dinner.
Masooma in her devotion, traveled to the home of the local Mullah or Islamic cleric. He was a tall fellow with a thick beard, and he was middle aged approximately 42 years of age. His name was Muhammad Ali Qaderi. He was a mystic who adhered to Sufism the mystical branch of Islam. He had known Masooma for a long time. “Dearest mullah, what am I to do? I cannot bear to see my family in such dire straits” said Masooma. He handed her a goblet which was a bright gold color with a certain shimmer and glow to it. “Bachem. my child, this chalice which I hold in my hand, may seem to the average eye a mere goblet but on the contrary it holds great magic. It once belonged to Charlemagne”. It has come to be known as the Chalice of Wonder. It shall bring to thee wonders which shall astound thee beyond thy wildest imagination”.
Masooma walked home wondering what the mullah had meant when he said that it held great magic. Two days later, she found a handful of gold coins in her room. She screamed with great elation. “Dearest mother, Come see the bounty bestowed upon us”. Over time, the mother grew increasingly greedy and as the years went by, she grew into a vain cruel woman and Masooma’s siblings were selfish and ungrateful. Masooma and her father remained increasingly devoted. Masooma’s father finally succumbed to illness and passed. Masooma confronted her mother. “Now thou hath seen the error of thy ways. My father is deceased and this wealth fails to bring the life unto him. It cannot execute any plan to bring him to us. I implore you to recant and regret thy ways or face the wrath of Allah. This godforsaken wealth shalt bring upon thee such a storm that thou shalt not find sanctuary in any corner of the world. I shall loathe it till I breath my last. It was from that day, that Masooma had learned the true meaning of gratitude.