Tuesday, January 12, 2010

A Little Thesis by Gus

Gus had to write about something he was passionate about.

I always see 3rd and 4th graders at school acting like high schoolers. They are mean and rude. They lazy slobes and usally they are out in the halls for like 10 minutes. While their class are going on! Last year at extra recess we were playing soccer with 3rd grader, 4th vs 3rd. So once I took the ball from one with a earring on his left ear. He yelled at me. Then he elbowed me. God that was so stupid. Here are some more lesons.

• I see them walk through the halls like fools. (if it was not rude to laugh at people out loud. I so would laugh at them)! They walk with hods on, long panst etc. Sometimes I see them with earring of chains on their belt loop. I’m really not impressed of what they wear I tell you.
• At the end of school and while schools still going I see 4th and 3rd graders have cellphones and iPods! They would only use they cell phone for playing games on (If the phone can play games) The iPods are are even worst. They stick the head phones in the ears and just stand and if someone was telling them something they would never hear! The probely use like a billion minutes on their phones. Oh P.S. I don’t trust these years 3rd and 4th graders with cell phones or iPods.

• I think they act like this because they probely watch family guy! (Stupid Show). And they probely play call of duty (fun game) and grand theft auto (also fun). They probely also watch R rated movies or PG-13 rated movies like Termanator, Wanted, Transformers, Street Fighter, Twilight (movie or book) ect. Maby they should just stick with G or PG movies only. I all ways hear them talking about family guy or the Simpsons or robot chicken the halls of OES.

What I find so interesting here is in the past week Gus has been campaigning HARD to see "R" movies and play teen games. Also Gus does have a phone and oddly enough only plays games on it. Those in glass houses . . . .

1 comment:

Mindy said...


When you see a good person, think of becoming like her/him. When you see someone not so good, reflect on your own weak points.