There will be people on the outside who will question your belief. They will question your faith. But you have no reason to. Your faith is strong. Your belief is firm. Believe in Biscuit.
Outsiders. They will not understand the life we live. They are followers of false prophets. Their brainwashing is sad indeed and they are convinced that their Blasphemy is the truth. The people of Biscuit, we know the truth. Biscuit is truth. Biscuit is knowledge. We have our faith in Biscuit.
Excerpt from TMDAB
The pursuit of lifelong learning is noble indeed. The world is full of knowledge.
A good place to start is “Will Durant.” Will Durant wrote “The Story of Civilization.”
Another excellent resource is “School of Life” on Youtube.
Here is an example:
Also, Learning leads to more learning.
For one example: DJ ROBO BISCUIT wanted to learn more about cults in America.
DJ ROBO BISCUIT has learned about Scientology, Warren Jeffs, The Moonies, and the Westboro Baptist Church.
The author recommends “Going Clear” (it is a book). Also, as a good satire I also recommend “Zone Theory: 7 Steps to achieve a Perfect Life” (I have not read this book)
When you learn about one topic it will hopefully peak your interest and push you towards learning some more.
“Don’t Let Education Get in the Way of your Learning” -Mark Twain (I think I got that right)
USE THE INTERNET! and USE BOOKS!
-DJ ROBO BISCUIT (May 3rd, 2016)
Here at High School, all members of school just watched at least 20 different candidates give speeches of some kind to get their students to vote.
As the students in the classroom watched the television they said things like:
“She is pretty.” (Girl)
“Oh! It’s my boy Alan!’ (Boy)
“I hate her.” (Girl)
“It’s this guy.” (Boy)
The various students on television had a wide variety. White, Black, Chinese, Indian, Boy and Girl.
They employed different strategies. Some of them made rhymes … “If you want to win vote for Lin.” Some of them sang songs … “I neeeeeeeeddd your vote!” Some of them wore weird clothes …. some of them dressed up with a TIE (impressive) and some of them made references to movies like Napoleon Dynamite, “If you vote for me, all of your wildest dreams will come true.” Even one student referenced building a WALL between a rival high school (a shout out to Donald Trump).
The students watching the screen and watching the speeches had a half-interest. Some were on their smart phones. Some of them were visibly watching. Some of them commented. Some of them stared vacantly. There is no doubt that voter apathy is also an issue within Public High Schools.
Also, within high schools, voting and elections is a popularity contest. The students now do not use Facebook. Facebook is basically obsolete. Students use SnapChat A LOT and they use Twitter. Perhaps Social Media can mobilize the vote?
-End of Entry (Voting) (DJ ROBO BISCUIT)