"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Human Humanist

AM I A Humanis by jason


Im am 72% humanist  . For the  first one. medicine, I dont half agree because it is very gory .The second one I agree with  buildings and architects because buildings can protect the general public’s  safety. I definitely  agree with Mind Questions first it is easy to think and it is better to think than to believe a random story  .

lip balm feed back

Ms. Pulsen: maybe a little bit softer, but the smell is very great.


Ms. Michelie: The smell is pretty good, too dry.


Judy: it smells like mint, but very dry.


ICT Teacher: Smell is good, too dry


Mr. Dieudonne: The smell is strong, but it is good, needs to be smoother.


Ms. Li: Smooth, not too dry.


Mr. Carter: Like the smell, too hard, the smell is not too strong.


Ms. Rebecca: it is so hard, smells like mint, need less shea butter


Ms. May: like a dry glue stick, smell is good

i have to make it softer and add more coconut oil and shea butter

after 1.1beeswax

0.6g sweet almond oil

2.coconut oil

0.1 honey

0.7of shea butter


before   1.3beeswax

0.4g sweet almond oil

2.2coconut oil

0.1 honey

0.5of shea butter

same prociger
















about me

The Precious Purse


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I wrote a found poem from the short story “Thank you Mam” by Langston Hughes. For external  conflict , It is character vs character. It shows the external conflict between the boy and the woman. So the protagonist is the boy and the antagonist is the woman. The conflict in my poem was that the boy wanted to steal the woman‘s purse bag. But the woman was too big and tall and the boy was so skinny. In the rising action the conflict is seen when the boy wanted to steal the woman’s purse. (page 1). The conflict was resolved when the woman took the boy home and told him not to steal. I picked the Old Town picture in the night because in the story it was midnight time and it was really old-fashioned.



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