Well, doesn't the title Barmy Blue's Bland Blog give you a clue as to the content?
Okey, this is disturbing. Someone is listening to ABBA behind me, and not their better songs either. Oh well.
Letís see. The pre-release isnít so bad actually. Our extract features a guy with a hole in his chest through which you can see the heart and also hold the living, beating heart. Gory but not too bad to read. I raised the question in English as to whether this was actually physically possible. It was concluded that we were sure it was.
The lesson was quite boring, more so than
Okey. Bit of a stuff up. The pre-release papers came this morning. The only reason I went to check if they were there just now was because Mr Featherstone asked the other English group how their pre-releases were. I went down to see Ms Miller. She said sheíd tried to call me. She canít have tried very hard. We left as late as usual. Whatís worse is Iíve been here all day blissfully unaware.
Our extract is from the opening of ďRestoration, a novel by Rose Tremain, published in 1989Ē. Iíve
Okay, hereís a question for you.
In a science-fiction story do you think it would be possible to alter someoneís chromosomes?
Or more specifically the X and Y chromosomes?
Say if you were cloning someone and, using really futuristic and complicated technology you could alter the X chromosome and change it into a Y so that when the clone grows it turns out as a male instead of a female.
Does that sound at all believable?
I asked mum but sheís no help in
Okey. What have I to say? Not much. Iím in ASDAN with no one to talk to. Hence the time to blog.
Just had an English exam, the drama and poetry paper about The Wife of Bath (Or WoB as I call it) and The Changeling. The questions seemed pretty easy. My timing was a little off but I managed to wrap it all up. I think I stuffed up a bit though. I hope actual quotes arenít vital to my grade, because I didnít use any (we couldnít take our books in, I had nothing in my head (another case of failtorevisepropperlyitis
What have I to say today?
In my planning so far;
The first Anne Bonny and Grace OíMalley now have ships to their names and Iíve had the first Anne Bonny married to the first Jack Rackham. Davy Jones was the first pirate lord to die (under suspicious circumstances) and his wife (he had a wife) Died during childbirth two months after. The child also died and its death too was suspicious. Itís widely believed that the first Jack Rackham had something to do