My Favorite Magazines are…

My favorite magazines are Poets & Writer’s magazine, and Writer’s Digest magazine.

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Music Review: “Young Guns” by George Michael

Young Guns is a song where girls misjudge some guys as jerks who are not. Their friends back them up by telling them that they didn’t do anything wrong. Boys go out with girls as cool young guns. This a cool bad image of a bad boy style. This song is real fun to dance with, because it is the right kind of wrongful. Maybe, to most women that the bad boys image isn’t cool, but to others it is. It is simply only for fun, and not to make it into a reality. I picked this song because it is cool in a dark bad image. I give this song three stars out of five. 2 thumbs up!

Music Review: “The Man Who Sold The World” by David Bowie

This song is mysterious in a creepy way. In the song, The Man Who Sold The World we get to see how the singer gets to meet this man and witnesses the bizarre stuff he does. He tells us that he had deep personal conversations with this man. We get to know The Man. He explains to David Bowie why he sold the world. This song was sung by another artist named Kurt Cobain from the alternative rock group Nirvana. However, the two versions from these two singers are different in styles and music. I love this song. It is my favorite David Bowie song. I also love the version from Nirvana. Both versions are awesome! I give this song three and a half stars out of five.

Music Review: “Behind The Mask” by Michael Jackson

The music video Behind the Mask shows most of the fans who have learned Michael Jackson’s dance moves. It’s entertaining. It’s also funny. I love the song. It has beautiful rhymes. You can understand what the song is talking about, but we just like it, because it’s fun to listen to. The music video is the one I like the most. They show most of Michael’s dance moves. I give this song five out of five stars. Very entertaining.

Through The Never-ending Misery Tour

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Never Hide Ray-Ban campaign 2010 (Photo credit: cattias.photos)

Samalia Hampton is a 28 year old woman that goes through her miseries of failed relationships. She is living in buffalo, New York. She had lost all of her friends by feeling bad and tries to get them back. Her friends told her they would come back in one condition, if she gets over it by being happy and positive.

She doesn’t understand that situations like these aren’t a big deal. I certainly hope she understands. Well, she is working on a case defending a criminal who has killed a little girl. Through seven months of working the case she lost by the jury pleading guilty to her client. She left heartbroken that she started to leave right away from  the courtroom, and drove to her apartment.

She watched TV to feel better, but it didn’t work. She fell asleep in her bedroom. Suddenly she’s been transported to a tour somewhat of a ride like in theme parks. She woke up and is strapped onto a seat on a vehicle bringing her to the never-ending Misery Tour. Once she goes in she sees all her break-ups of relationships she had gone through. Some of them she has cheated on several men.

She can’t stand the agony, and screams in pain crying.

“Stop! I don’t want to see my past relationships!” she cried

“You need to in order to feel better!” commanded the Misery Master

“I am not going to change, if that’s what you want!” she complained

“Then you will be here forever!” said Misery Master

She sees to her left that she had someone beat up her nerd boyfriend. Once she saw it she feels guilty. But, seeing to her right she sees another Break-up, where she’s French kissing a strong built man, while her boyfriend sees her with hurt. Samalia can’t stand it. Another one involves her ex-boyfriend committing suicide, because she broke up with him. He went to the top of the building and jumped 100 feet down to his last dying breath.

“Enough! I promise I will change! Please, just get me out of here!” she cried in agony

“Alright! But, it has to be convincing!” said Misery Master

“Okay! I feel better!” she said

Once she felt better all the Never-ending Misery Tour has ended. It has been called this way, because if some people stay with misery they’ll be in there forever. This is the reason is called The Never-ending Misery Tour.

She is been transported back to her apartment and she woke up. It was morning and she called all her friends one by one on the phone. She told them that she will be happy and positive for now on. She has confidence that she’ll get a boyfriend and then marry him someday. Her friends are convinced that she is telling the truth. She has never failed them.

A few years later she married a rich lawyer who is like her and lived happily ever after with her own new family. She have never lost her friends and they’re trustworthy of her.

On Troubled Writers

There are many writers who where troubled in their lives, and one has come to mention. Have you ever heard of Ernest Hemingway? I bet you have. He’s one of the writers who have gotten troubled. I don’t pay much attention to those, and only would rather read their books. Sometimes when a writer goes into something they aren’t supposed to be in it messes up their lives. The smart writer is the one who goes does their thing and minds their  own business. Truman Capote was into trouble writing a novel called In Cold Blood, and has paid dearly for it. These kinds of problems never go away. He went to the thief’s cell, and started interviewing him. He also started cussing and making fun of famous people while being drunk. He was also a controversial figure. Most writers just write books, and go away from these illegal problems. These writers have had shares of their problems probably on their childhoods. Sometimes they get bad publicity. I think by having a healthy writing lifestyle and healthy life is best. Not every writer lives in comfort, because of their lives having complicated problems. There were still more writers who have had troubled lives, and those I’ve mentioned were a few of them.