All Right- gut, gants gut
Sorry if this one is late… I’m not allowed to use electricity until sunset on Saturday.
All- alts, gants, aleh, alemen, ingantsen
Note to readers: Sorry that this one is a little late! I have been falling behind on the Challenge and have a whole list of posts I’m going to to today and Sunday.
For that week’s challenge, one of the activities was to “find a great image and write a post about it.” Well, I chose this picture because it looks so beautiful, all of the colors coming together in a sunset. He did a great job getting the tree right in the middle of the picture. It seems like it is pointing to that last blue space in the sky. Finally, the people walking around completed this wonderful scene.
Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/muha/835534924/
For this challenge, one of the activities was to go to Facebook (if you have an account), look at the privacy settings, and write a post about them. Well, what surprised me is that anybody can look at what you posted. Anybody in the 1 billion+ users of Facebook can look, comment, and “like” your posts- unless you change that. And think- how many of those people are hackers? I believe Facebook should change its policies and make them stricter. How? you may ask. Well, I believe that Facebook should only let you “like” and comment on things that: A. One of your friends on Facebook posted. B. Somebody who “liked” a page that you also “liked”. This, as a Facebook user, would make me feel more secure.
Airport- fliplats, luftport
“A badchen macht alemen frailech un alain ligt er in drerd.”
“The wedding jester makes everyone laugh; he alone is miserable.”
Again- noch, noch a mol, vider, veiter.
Please not that there might not be all of the words of Yiddish, just most of them.
We are 10 men on a mission. We must find the secrets hidden in the forest. When we find one of the secrets, one of us gets to leave, to go back home. We draw lots to see who gets to go home. However, there is a catch; once 2 of us have left, we have to fight a animal to get to the next secret. Once half of us are gone, we have to survive terrible weather with only some ponchos, jackets, heavy-duty tents, hiking poles, and sleeping bags. When only three of us are left, one dies. That means one of us has to find two secrets. And the one to find the last secret will be punished for his deed. We will decide who has to find two secrets at the beginning of the trip.
The members of this trip are from all over the world. Each of the 10 most important countries sent a great explorer. (These people have names based on actual famous explorers, but are NOT real people.) From America, we have Jared Fay. From Russia, we have Sergei Voronin. From China, we have Nan (Baron) Zheng Yuah. From France, we have Napoleon Marion III. From Britain, we have Lord James Burton. From Japan, we have Zuicho Suzuki. From India, we have Kamasamudram Gandhi. From Germany, we have Burkhart von Hinderburg. From Pakistan, we have Hamdan Munasifi. And finally, from Brazil we have Senor Luiz Tavora. Who will be the last man to be punished? Who will have to find two secrets? And, who will die? And will he die from the storms, or from the beast guarding the……..