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Love Always, Charlie

        For my independent reading blog this quarter, I graciously picked up the book The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It is such an amazing book and I can completely say that the pleasure was all mine when I read it. The book is about a young teenage boy named Charlie that sends letters to an anonymous person explaining details about his journey through the struggles of high school, bullies, sex, and friends. Charlie is a very introverted, shy, emotional kid and he finds it hard to make…See More
Jun 5, 2013
Prak Muppidi commented on Josh Cho's blog post *BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*
"Great blog Josh, I personally think that censorship is really annoying esspecially when listening to music, that's why I hate listening to music on the radio. I think if censorship is to protect kids, their parents shouldn't let them be…"
May 31, 2013
Christine Hu commented on Josh Cho's blog post *BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*
"I agree with what you said about censorship taking value out of a song or news report. Especially news reports about international issues really loses its value and lessens the intensity of the actual issue. Anyways, if censorship is such a problem…"
May 31, 2013
Trevor Nowak commented on Josh Cho's blog post *BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*
"I completely agree with what you're telling me. I think having to find an explicit version of a song is really annoying because no music should have the annoying pauses, or bleeps."
May 31, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Derek C.'s blog post The Giver
"I read The Giver a really long time ago, and I can definitely say that at the time, this was one of my favorite books. Even now, I remember glimpses and pieces of the story and how wonderfully perfect they are. I have wanted to re-read the book, but…"
May 31, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Mark Hauer's blog post World War Z
"Wow I really enjoyed reading this blog post! It got me wanting to pick up this book ASAP. It seems really interesting and it looks like something I would really enjoy! However, is it a scary book? I don't really like scary books to be honest."
May 31, 2013
Josh Cho replied to Adam Bieda's discussion Music to Match the Mood
"I usually don't listen to music when doing work because it always ends up distracting me and I just start listening to the music instead of doing the homework. The same thing with reading. For some reason I can't be hearing anything while…"
May 31, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Hazel Lee's blog post I VOLUNTEER AS TRIBUTE.
"I really liked this blog post! I also really enjoyed reading the book, although I read it in seventh grade so I'm kind of rusty on the details of the book. This just inspired me to maybe give it a second read, since I've forgotten most of…"
May 31, 2013
Josh Cho commented on James Mullen's blog post I, Q: Independence Hall
"This book sounds very interesting, but I'm kind of confused as to what the book is about? I feel like if I knew more about the book then I would be convinced to read it."
May 31, 2013
Eric An commented on Josh Cho's blog post *BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*
"Wow. Interesting. Censrship."
May 30, 2013
Josh Cho posted a blog post

*BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*

Censorship.Everyone knows what it is, it is so prevalent in our society these days. A prime example of where censorship is found is on the radio. You would be hard pressed to flip through all your saved radio stations in your car and find a song where a word isn't taken out, or replaced, or just flat out bleeped. But why does the government even censor things in our society? Everyone already knows what these words are and what they mean, censoring only takes value out of a song.The media has a…See More
May 20, 2013
Chase Cho commented on Josh Cho's blog post The True Meaning Of Writing
"I think this is a great post. I think that Writers Week is a great and enjoyable time and I applaud those who are able to stand up there and speak. I also agree with a lot of things you said here. Great Post Josh Cho."
Apr 28, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Ben Jeon's blog post Greeks vs Romans
"I've read some of the books in this series and I can say that it's a really and modern take on mythology. It is definitely a great series of books and I'm glad to have had a try."
Apr 28, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Jenna Schneider's blog post The Perks of being a Wallflower
"I haven't even read the book or watched the movie but I really want to. I heard it's a really easy read and I also heard the book is fantastic. Guess I should give that a try soon..."
Apr 28, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Trevor Nowak's blog post Books Becoming Obsolete?
"I love having the convenience of being able to carry multiple books around with you in a single device. Having hard copies of books can be nice, but I just enjoy having an electronic version of the text, as it is easier to find lines and to make…"
Apr 28, 2013
Josh Cho commented on Sarah An's blog post GONE
"I've read this book and I liked it a lot! I would definitely try to grab as much food as possible if I was stuck in that situation... Also I would try to make friends with all the powerful people as best as I could."
Apr 28, 2013

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Love Always, Charlie

Posted on May 31, 2013 at 7:26am 0 Comments

        For my independent reading blog this quarter, I graciously picked up the book The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It is such an amazing book and I can completely say that the pleasure was all mine when I read it. The book is about a young teenage boy named Charlie that sends letters to an anonymous person explaining details about his journey through the struggles of high school, bullies, sex, and friends. Charlie…

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*BLEEP* *BLEEP* *BLEEP*

Posted on April 28, 2013 at 4:00pm 4 Comments

Censorship.

Everyone knows what it is, it is so prevalent in our society these days. A prime example of where censorship is found is on the radio. You would be hard pressed to flip through all your saved radio stations in your car and find a song where a word isn't taken out, or replaced, or just flat out bleeped. But why does the government even censor things in our society? Everyone already knows what these words are and what they mean, censoring only takes value out of a…

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The True Meaning Of Writing

Posted on March 10, 2013 at 10:00pm 2 Comments

        Last week, we got to experience a wonderful event that not many schools around get to experience. Writers Week, the week of all weeks, the week all English teachers drool night and day over. This being my second Writers Week, it got me thinking, why do people read and write? Why would anyone in their…

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"That Book"

Posted on January 13, 2013 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

The Giver. It is one of those books that leaves you in awe, no matter what age or reading level you are at. Sure it's not the biggest, or the hardest book around, but it does it's justice. The Giver is about a society that is exact and non-wavering. Everything has an order. The government controls who marries each other, number of children, precise language use, and so on. When Eleven's turn twelve, they receive special assignments of where they will pursue professions in…

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