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    Joanna Shen

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    Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  Joanna Shen on Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:17 am

    Ever wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like? If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? Questions unable to be answered by the With constant rumors of the apocalypse admist conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fictional thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward” which premieres on documents the lives of an entire population who black out for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds all at the same time. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What each individual does with his/her memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. [ Insert Quote here from Random Student ]

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, premiering on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healings and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs advocacy of peace is just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of himself being murdered, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mysteries of memories that never occurred, that is, in this life. Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality belong to someone else? [Insert Quote from Random Student]

    As an Arcadian, it may be difficult to set aside those science books for fun. But, for those fascinated with thriller and suspense, sit down to an episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel itself before you. That is if we even live to see it...

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  nancyxiao on Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:25 pm

    Ever wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like? If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? Questions unable to be answered by the [incomplete sentence] With constant rumors of the apocalypse admist conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fictional thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward” [insert comma] which premieres on [incomplete sentence + insert comma] documents the lives of an entire population who black out for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds all at the same time [at the same time for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds]. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What each individual does with his/her memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. [ Insert Quote here from Random Student ]

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, premiering [, V, which premiers] on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healings and their unexplainable forces [healing powers and unexplainable forces], the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs advocacy of peace is just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination [insert "or not". ---this would make it grammatically correct, but not pleasing to the ear. maybe change the sentence to "the motives of the Vs become unclear."].

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of himself being murdered [his own murder], psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mysteries [mystery] of memories that [insert "have"] never occurred, that is, in this life. Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality [insert comma] belong to someone else? [Insert Quote from Random Student]

    As an Arcadian, it may be difficult to set aside those science books for fun. But, for those fascinated with thriller and suspense, sit down to an episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel itself [themselves] before you. That is [insert comma] if we even live to see it... [funny ending! Very Happy]

    Joanna Shen

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  Joanna Shen on Mon Sep 14, 2009 7:58 pm

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? With constant rumors of the apocalypse amidst conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward,” which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely want to change [the future] because if something bad happens I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premiers on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs' advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit inhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality belong to someone else?

    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending some quality time with the television. But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it...

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  nancyxiao on Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:45 pm

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? [suddenly collapses and chaos consumes our lives, how will each day pass by?] With constant rumors of the apocalypse amidst conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward,” which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely want to change [the future] because if something bad happens [insert comma] I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premiers on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs' advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit inhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality [insert comma] belong to someone else?

    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending some quality time with the television. [quality time with your television.] But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it...

    emilyyang

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  emilyyang on Fri Sep 18, 2009 11:48 am

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? With constant rumors of the apocalypse admist conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.
    If you were given a taste of what’s to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC’s FlashForward, which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely wanna change it because if something bad happens I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”
    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premieres on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs into worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs’ advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.
    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox’s thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit reinhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is déjà vu really déjà vu, or do your memories, in actuality belong to someone else?
    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending some quality time with the television. But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it....

    nancyxiao

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  nancyxiao on Sun Sep 20, 2009 6:37 pm

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? [suddenly collapses and chaos consumes our lives, how will each day pass by?] With constant rumors of the apocalypse amidst conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward,” which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely want to change [the future] because if something bad happens [insert comma] I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premiers on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs' advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit inhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality [insert comma] belong to someone else?

    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending some quality time with the television. [quality time with your television.] But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it...

    Joanna Shen

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    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  Joanna Shen on Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:11 pm

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? With constant rumors of the apocalypse amidst conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.

    If you were given a taste of what's to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC's “FlashForward,” which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time for exactly 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely want to change [the future] because if something bad happens, I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”

    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premiers on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs in worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs' advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.

    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox's thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit inhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is Deja Vu really Deja Vu, or do your memories, in actuality, belong to someone else?

    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending quality time with your television. But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it...


    Hi Nancy, for the first correction, I'm just going to leave it the way it was. Thanks anyway though!

    Joanna Shen

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    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  Joanna Shen on Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:13 pm

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? With constant rumors of the apocalypse admist conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.
    If you were given a taste of what’s to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC’s FlashForward, which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely wanna change it because if something bad happens, I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”
    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premieres on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs into worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs’ advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.
    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox’s thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit reinhabiting a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is déjà vu really déjà vu, or do your memories, in actuality, belong to someone else?
    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending quality time with your television. But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it....

    nancyxiao

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    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: Addiction to Science Fiction

    Post  nancyxiao on Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:31 am

    A curious race, we always wonder what life amongst aliens or scientific phenomenons would be like. If the world suddenly collapsed and chaos consumed our lives, how would each day pass by? With constant rumors of the apocalypse admist [amidst] conversation such as the highly anticipated movie 2012, television networks have taken a turn in show selection as well, straying from medical dramas to science fiction thrillers.
    If you were given a taste of what’s to come, a mere glimpse of the future ahead of you, would you embrace fate and let life pass by as you know it or attempt to change it? ABC’s FlashForward, which premiered on Sept. 24, documents the lives of an entire population of people who black out at the same time. Within those few moments, they are given the chance to flash forward six months into the future and observe what is to become of them. What everyone does with their memories is up to each of them to decide for themselves. Junior Michelle Huang said, “I would definitely wanna change it because if something bad happens, I would ask why. Why did that have to happen? I would continuously question everything and live in regret.”
    Would you believe a stream of alien species if they arrived on planet Earth promoting an agenda of peace and hope? They call themselves the Vs in the science fiction thriller V, which ABC premieres [will premier] on Nov. 3, and by their outward appearance and actions, seem bent on helping mankind in their most desperate time of need. With healing powers and their unexplainable forces, the Vs position themselves as saviors in the eyes of the people. However, when gratitude morphs into worship, it becomes unclear whether the Vs’ advocacy of peace is genuine or just a mask hiding their real motives in human extermination.
    What happens to the souls who fail to seek justice on Earth before leaving it? Fox’s thriller-drama Past Life, set to air sometime in 2010, explores the possibility of reincarnation to solve the unexplainable questions of people suffering present-day traumas from past life horrors. When a teenage boy begins seeing images of his own murder, psychologist Dr. Kate McGinn works to unravel the mystery of memories that have never occurred, that is, in this life. Senior Jacqueline Huang stated excitedly, “It really makes you question your beliefs and life in general. The possibility of a spirit reinhabiting [inhabiting---question for Joanna, are we allowed to change grammar/words in a quote?] a new body is bizarre but interesting as well.” Is déjà vu really déjà vu, or do your memories, in actuality, belong to someone else?
    As an Arcadian, the pressures of school and homework may prevent you from spending quality time with your television. But, for those fascinated with thrillers and suspense, sit down to at least one episode this fall and watch the mysteries of life and the future unravel themselves before you. That is, if we even live to see it....

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