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Brainstorming Time! What’s your idea?


by eguidetravel

Question by Sunshine: Brainstorming Time! What’s your idea?
Who wants to help me come up with some good ideas for my school yearbook?

So here’s the deal.
Every year it is a big deal at my school to pick a theme for a yearbook that carries out throughout the whole thing. For example: Last year the theme was “TV Guide” so each grade had their own TV show, and then the senior pages were head shots of each senior (where the senior photos were placed) and then our detications were placed on what looked like a resume. And then there were other elements for that throughout the book, such as the sports section was a fake ESPN.

We also are not repeating ideas done in the past, so I don’t want anything too similar to that one idea. Other things we have used are iPod, Tabloid, Newspaper, Eras/Time periods, Travel/Road-Trip.

Okay! The rest is up to you!
I’m excited to hear your ideas (keep in mind that this yearbook is for students from grade 5th to 12th grade).

P.S. – Please make sure you give a little explanation for how your suggestions would work. You don’t need to say too much, just what the senior pages would look like, the cover, and maybe one or two other elements if you can think of them.

Thank you!!

Best answer:

Answer by Dopey Dinosaur
An entire yearbook in the format (fonts / pics) of the old west. Senior pics like little wanted posters. Every kid in western apparel for the pics.

What do you think? Answer below!

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - October 20, 2010 at 12:08 am

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Joke for you all…?


by Daniel Voyager

Question by Pokeyman: Joke for you all…?
So, a tour boat’s travelling through hell, right?

And one guy looks to his left and sees something strange.

“Excuse me, sir,” he asks the tour guide. “Why is Hitler up to his neck in flames, but Stalin is only up to his boots?”

And the tour guide replies, “That is because Stalin is standing on Lenin’s shoulders.”
source- Some website about Russian culture whose name I can’t remember. >_< Darn it! Best answer:

Answer by pqrama
HA, HA

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15 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 19, 2010 at 2:12 pm

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Have you heard these silly jokes yet?

Question by Camille: Have you heard these silly jokes yet?
She can’t get the hang of Post-it Notes. Your customers come around only during her lunch period; peek around the door and ask, “Is the coast clear?” When she gets low on typing paper, and you tell her to use copy paper; she takes a blank piece of typing paper, puts it into the copy machine and makes 10 copies. The Ringling Brothers Clown College announces that she has won a prize for her original make-up. She staples her thumbs together more frequently than once a week. She types 60 words per minute in three languages, but English isn’t one of them
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A man was driving down a local street one day and approached a stop sign. He barely slowed down and ran right through the stop sign after glancing for traffic. What the driver didn’t know was that a policeman was watching the intersection.
The policeman pulled out after him and stopped the car two blocks away. Policeman: “License, registration and proof of insurance please.” Driver: “Before I give it to you, tell me what the heck you stopped me for, man.” Policeman: “Watch your tone sir; you ran the stop sign back there!!” Driver: “Man, I slowed down, what the heck is the difference!?!” The police officer pulled out his night stick and began smashing it over the man’s head and shoulders. Policeman: “Now, do you want me to just slow down or stop!!!?

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A tourist is traveling with a guide through one of the thickest jungles in South Africa, when he comes across an ancient Mayan temple. The tourist is entranced by the temple, and asks the guide for details. To this, the guide states that archaeologists are carrying out excavations, and still finding great treasures. The tourist then queries how old the temple is. “This temple is 1503 years old”, replies the guide. Impressed at this accurate dating, he inquires as to how he gave this precise figure. “Easy”, replies the guide, “the archaeologists said the temple was 1500 years old, and that was three years ago”

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The young mother skeptically examined a new educational toy. “Isn’t it rather complicated for a small boy?” she asked the salesclerk. “It’s designed to teach the child how to live in today’s world, madam,” the shop clerk replied. “Any way he tries to put it together is wrong.”

Best answer:

Answer by BlackSheep
Yeah, my great-grandma told me those yesterday

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10 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 18, 2010 at 5:04 am

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will 3 and 1/2 hours be enough to get to times square from JFK, walk around a bit, and back again for a flight?

Question by Tin-Tin: will 3 and 1/2 hours be enough to get to times square from JFK, walk around a bit, and back again for a flight?
hi…i’m visiting an aunt in florida and i have about 4 hours in JFK to wait for the connecting flight. i was wondering if 3 hours to 3 and 1/2 hours would be enough to go to times square and back to do a little sightseeing.

also, what would be the most efficient means of transport to get to times square coming from JFK? i’d really prefer a “complete idiot’s guide” of the whole trip because this would be my first time traveling alone.

it would be fun to wing it when i get there but the aggravation i’d cause my aunt if i miss my flight would be quite daunting!

please help

thanks in advance for any info you guys could give me.

Best answer:

Answer by uknowme
the way traffic is probably not.

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8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 17, 2010 at 11:22 pm

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Trying to find a girl in Canada who I met in Thailand on Facebook?


by christine zenino (chrissy575)

Question by Andreas B: Trying to find a girl in Canada who I met in Thailand on Facebook?
I met a girl named Ann, Anne or Annie (She called her self Annie) at Railey Beach in Thailand. This was around the 12th of Januari this year.

I know she´s from Vancouver, BC and I’m trying to find her on Facebook without any luck. She was traveling with a group of canadians around Asia. I think it was some sort of a guided tour. They where all canadians but didn´t know each other from before. I think one of the “guides” was called TJ.

Best answer:

Answer by Mimi
OMG I totally know where she is. I am from Vancouver too! So yeah were are like total Besties. We’re tight. Just call 934-234-2362 and I can hook u 2 up!

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1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by - October 16, 2010 at 7:05 am

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Please help! What is my religion!?!?

Question by My Own Master: Please help! What is my religion!?!?
Okay, here’s what I DO believe:

~Humans and animals have souls
~When you die, you go somewhere (I don’t know where) and decide what you want to learn in your next life, then you’re reincarnated into someone based on the lessons you want to learn
~Once you learn all life’s lessons, you can become a “spirit guide”
~Chakras and auras
~spirits (or ghosts). You become a spirit if you commit suicide or die for a good reason (religion, saving someone you love, etc)
~astral travel

Here is what I DON’T believe:

~god or satan.
~males and females aren’t equal
~the whole 2012 thing
~close-mindedness

I took the religion quiz on beliefnet.com, but none of them match up…

Best answer:

Answer by Liberal AssKicker
If you don’t know what your religion is, you don’t have one.

What you’ve listed here are all opinions, and most of them aren’t real. You’re going to have a lot of trouble maintaining these beliefs over the next 10-15 years because you have no grounding in your beliefs.

What do you think? Answer below!

17 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 14, 2010 at 12:06 pm

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