What do you want?

Chelle Pletcher
Mar 23, 2010


I'd like to think of myself as easy to get along with.

Most people want to think this of themselves. I'm easy to talk to, I'm caring, I give good advice (most of the time), and in general, I really think I'm a fun person. Not to be conceited, of course. I'd like to make a friendly gesture to all those who actually take the time to acknowledge my words.

First of all, thank you. I love knowing that someone actually cares enough to read about what I have to say. So I want to do something in return.

I want to offer you all what you want just as one person suggested. What do you want to hear about? I have an opinion on just about everything, and I'd be willing to share it with you if you'd like. Just ask.

Do you want to know what it's like to be 16 in 2009? I'll tell you. If you want to know what I think of this subject, or that matter anything, just write a comment and let me know.

If you want to read my random thoughts on news, poetry, stories, or anecdotes, I'll do it. I'll do my best to give the people want they want.

So, what do you want?



Karl Hungus-Mr....

What concerns does the current generation in high school have about the future?  What scares your generation the most?

What would you do to improve on the current education system?  What are its weak points?


Good and challenging questions are posted by Mr. Hungus, but I will take it further.

Before "green" was the new badge for our government, there were those of us who were considered the "terroists." We spoke out about polluted air, water, and earth, pointing out that, now that we have taken care of "visible" hazardous contamination, who will continue to dog industry and government about all the "stuff" that's buried and ready to foul our groundwaters? Who will look at environmental history do the research that reveals the next great hazards to the health and well-being of humankind?

In the United States we have a constitution. Many internal and external social influences are now causing our legislative and judicial systems to "re-evaluate" the constitutuion and make "necessary" changes. Is the next generation ready to defend the freedoms we share, and to take on a judicial system that seeks to overstep their authority by legislating from the bench?

Will the next generation become outraged at our present financial problems and begin voicing concerns over the present system of taking care of the 5% of people that have and manipulate the wealth while the balance pays for their greed and "honest" errors?

Is the next generation ready to lose their innocence and realize that the powerful are using "smoke and mirrors" to manipulate society? Are you guys ready to wallow into the fight and shine light on the truth?

What does your generation say Michelle? Can we help? Do you guys even want our help?

We are leaders from previous generations, bloodied by the social, political and environmental battles we have fought. We are getting older and cannot continue much longer. Help us to help you lest the whole country dissolve before our eyes.


Bryan Dubois

Hilltop, good questions.

I've got a question for you Michelle:

Why do you write this blog?


In the same arena:

How did you get approached to write this blog? Did you have a non Register affiliated blog beforehand?