Monthly Archives: January 2018

Sorry For The Inconvenience

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I have been dealt many blows but this one is my most hated. Each and every time I have heard this phrase in the last 3 years has always been really let me ruin your life until you accept my conditions. Or being sabotaged by the people who supposedly are your friends to make sure you ask for their help to fix the problem they caused in the first place. I have been told it is for the good of society but really all I see it as and will ever see it is as unacceptable behavior. You don’t hate the person who helps you through the flu you hate the flu and the original cause of the virus or cancer. Which is exactly why we got rid of cigarettes and put a warning on them, and called cigarettes, CANCER STICKS.

-Jennie Nawrocki

What Idea Is Stronger Now?

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I understand that this may have been a horrible stereotype in the past and glad I wasn’t reminded of it until now. I agree it was in the past bad to deem people as monkeys but nowadays there is a new stereotype and strong ones at that. To all those boys and girls who love the Dora monkey, Rafiki (Lion King), Donkey Kong, King Kong, Curious George, The Monkey King, Koko the Gorilla who knows sign language and my absolute beloved character Caesar from the Planet of the Apes. I wouldn’t mind being a monkey or an ape for that matter. Take the character Caesar for example either in the new or old series. He was sympathetic to humans and worked with them, he didn’t want war he was given war. He wanted a home and was taught that humans had a heart but greed, selfishness and ignorance combined with fear brought something that is horrible, war. Caesar is a hero in any movie you watch, he learned, he taught, he accepted and made a community that would do the same. He was a leader for creating Apes that could form a government and society with the communication abilities that Homo Sapiens continue to improve. It was the people that stepped away from the ideals and fortitude to listen that made stupid asinine wars. He wasn’t a separatist or my race is better than yours Caesar was for equality and living in comradery, a hero, my hero. Thank you to H & M for apologizing for this ad but what you should have done is either put up boys and girls of several races together wearing the same item or not sell anything with that saying because I do know there are some kids who like Caesar or Curious George.

-Jennie Nawrocki

What Is In Front Of You

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Often I look at sides

Determining outcomes

I see big things

With small differences

Along with

Small things

With big differences

I read what I can strength

I endure so much more

So the final decision

May not be my first choice

But at least

It was thoroughly

Thought out

Most of the time

What do you expect

I am not perfect

But that doesn’t mean

The next time I have

opportunities available

I remember my mistakes

And all the new information

Given to me

-Jennie Nawrocki