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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Bonnie and Clyde

To:Lynch, Arthur
Subject:Article for this week..

Hey Mr. Lynch.
I came across this article on BBC news while looking for something for another class and thought of your class. At first I saw something about the actresss from Titanic who recently past away, but you already posted something about her on the blog. So I found something about the director of Bonnie and Clyde, Arthur Penn and his story was sad just because I found it ironic and that he died the day after his 88th birthday. I also chose this article because the movie Bonnie and Clyde. I never saw it, but I know that it's a popular movie and the characters are still popular just because there's a song by Jay-Z and Beyonce called Bonnie and Clyde and it's about love and violence.
"There is nothing good or bad, 
but thinking makes it so."

-William Shakespeare

Saturday is last day to register to vote! No matter how you intend to vote be a part of the process!

Elections are about choices, and you face a very clear choice this year.

I was born and raised in Nevada and I still live here today.
 I love this state and fight hard every day to help strengthen
Nevada's working families and get our economy back on track. 

My opponent has a very different approach. In her world,
when the going gets tough, you're on your own. Look no further
than her recent comments when she stood up on behalf of big insurance
companies and declared they should not have to cover mammograms,
colon cancer screenings, autism, and even maternity care.

She wants to kill Social Security and Medicare, privatize the
Veterans Administration and eliminate the Department of Education
and all the financial aid that comes with it.

She called the unemployed "spoiled" while telling them
it's not her job to create jobs.

Nevada can't afford Sharron Angle's extreme agenda.
That's why in this very important election, every
Democrat needs to be registered to vote.

If you're not sure if you're registered to vote,
click here to check your registration.

Saturday is the LAST DAY for Clark County residents
with a Nevada driver's license or state identification card
who have never registered to vote in Nevada

Nevada is one of only nine states that allows
residents to register online

It's important that we take advantage of this unique right.

You can also register by mail until Saturday.
If you don't qualify to register online,
click here to print your mail-in voter registration form.
They must be postmarked by Saturday.

Finally, you can register in person until Oct. 12. 
Click here for a list of places where you can register in person.

Election Day is only a month away. Early vote begins in two weeks.
Time is running out, and it's crucial to
make sure our fellow Democrats are registered to vote.
Pass this message on to your friends and ask them if they're registered.

Together we can beat back Sharron Angle's extreme views.

Harry Reid
Senate Majority Leader

Make Way for Millennials

Graphic below from:

The greatest generation may be only 10 years old, or as old as 30 (depending on which source you believe). The greatest generation could well be the generation known as the Millennials. 

Millennials are defined as the generation born approximately 1980 to 2000, or in some resources as early at 1977 or as late as 2006. 

They are a large cohort, at over 80 million between ages 9 and 29 in the US today. 

This matches or exceeds the size of the baby boomer generation. 

It is important to consider and understand characteristics of Millennials.  

This generation enjoys group activity, retains close relationships with parents, do more homework and housework and less TV watching, take pride in being smart, are attracted to technology, and are quite ethnically diverse.
So, make way for the Millennials!

Click on read more below to read more about the changes the Millennial generation is brining to society.

RIP Tony Curtis

Las Vegan Tony Curtis, movie star, artist, entrepreneur, lecturer passed away at the age of 85.

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