Ryan Coder

My name is Ryan Coder, I am 17 years old and I am from USA. I was born and raise here with my mother, father and sister.
Right now I live in Columbine. I moved her last year, and this summer my mom, dad and sister are actually moving her. They live in Canada right now. I went to Columbine high school. I really like this place, it is nice and comfortable, but sometimes i miss my family. I also have a girlfriend Courtney Mccormack who live here. She is also 17 years old and went also to high school here. When we turn 18, we are planing to go to college.

last year something terrible happened in our school. Two boys from my parallel class brought guns in to our school and started shooting people. 15 ones died, and 24 were injured, my girlfriend was one of them. she got shot in the arm. She did fine, fortunately.

My country

In Columbine
Our country has changed in many ways. People who are the same age as I am do actually manages to acquire their own weapons. what is insanely, because there are many kids who use weapon for fun, and there are also many who will try to see how it is to shoot someone. For example, those who play shooting games are affected and will see how it is in reality. I think it is sick, but some people actually like that.
The boys from my class who began shooting inside my school last year thought it was funny. It looked like they liked to shoot us.

Our school has changed very much. Everything is much stricter. The school system are drastically change, they have gotten security cameras, required ID badges,enforced dress codes, banned or see-through backpacks and on-campus police officers.

but how do I want my country to change?

We live in a culture gone bad. In many cases, we’ve lost touch with our Self,, with our community, with our environment and with nature. Many of us don’t live consistent with our true values, however in many cases we don’t even know what they are! We eat unhealthy food, drink chemically laden water,, and try to fill the emptiness of our lives with vapid. USA is facing many problems, like prevalence of violence. You experience it everywhere. You see it on TV programs,computer games and news reporting. You can find it as the basis of our shock culture,and gun culture. You see it in the way we talk to one another.It is true that we do not have horrific abuses and genocide in some other countries. Out of 158 the US ranked 88th in the Global Peace Index 2012 listings.
what you can do is to live your life from the reality, and that everything you think, do or say makes a difference. Live your life with purpose, and integrity. Put your focus on good will and service to others.

Malala Yousafzai & Martin Luther King


Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan. As a child, she became an advocate for girls' education. This did not Taliban like. Which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. Malala sat on a bus home from school. Something terrible happen on that bus. There was a terrorist from Taliban who shot Malala in the head. She survived with medical help first in Pakistan and then in the UK.
all this, she has continued to speak out on the importance of education for girls too. Malala gave a speech in Peshawar, Pakistan, in September 2008, after the Taliban began attacking girls’ schools in Swat Valley. “How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?” this was the title of her speech.
She gave a speech at the United Nations on her 16th birthday, in 2013. She was nominated for Nobel Peace Prize in 2013, but did not get it these two times. She was nominated again in 2014 and won; she became the youngest person to receive the Noble Peace Prize

Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a Baptist minister and a civil-rights activist. In the mid-1950s, he had a seismic impact on race relations in the United States. He led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. In 1964, Martin Luther King received the Nobel Peace Prize. As well as receiving several other honors. King`s 1963 speech “I Have a Dream” is known all over the world, and he is often referenced by it. In April 1968, Martin Luther King where assassinated; otherwise, he continues to be remembered as one of the most lauded African-Americans leaders in history.

The different about this these people is that Malala Yousafzai fought for girl’s rights to an education in Pakistan while Martin Luther King fought for black people’s rights. King and Malala have felt that someone is against them and tries to stop their sense of freedom. They have both won the same price, but in a different time. Malala won the Nobel peace prize in 2014, and King won the Nobel peace prize in 1964. Malala was very young when she won the prize; she was only 17 years old while King was 35 years old. Moreover, when Malala won the price she decided that the black people should have the same rights as the white people. When King won the prize, he decided that women should have the same rights as men. Martin Luther King and Malala Yousafzai are very the same, because they both fight to they win.


Abortion is a huge theme in USA, not only in USA, but also in the whole world. Many thinks that when people take abortion, the child has not developed enough that we can say we are killing someone. Other think that abortion is the same as killing a human.
Some say that it is wrong to do it, other say that it is a possibility every woman should have. My opinion about abortion is that it is a brutal thing to do actually. Woman should decide if they are ready to take care of a child or not. We should decide over our own body, because it is not right to be forced to do something you do not want to do. We should actually be satisfied that abortion is a choice woman can take, because if a woman was raped you could not decide if you wanted to keep it or not. You would have to carry a rapist child. Therefore, woman should be delighted that abortion is a choice.
I understand woman that do abortion if they are not ready or if the child is sick and may not be able to live a normal life. Otherwise, if woman are not ready to take care of the baby, they can give birth and then adopt the baby if they don’t change their mind.

Arguments for and against abortion are many. By looking at both sides and accept all the different choices, you will get a whole new view on abortion. Pr. Date this is a hot topic and there are thousands of discussions about what is right or wrong.

Those against:
Most religions do not allow abortion and therefore they are against it. Human group who oppose abortion are called "pro-life". They say that it is a human life, regardless of price, and it is not our right to take it away. Their constitution for their opinions is that God made this life and we humans are not entitled to take a life away, just because we do not want it or we can’t support the child's needs.

Those for:
There are many people that are not on their reasons above. This group is called "pro-choice." They believe that a fetus is not a human being, just a mass of tissue. Each child should be a wanted child. Abortion Ring of unexpected children reduces the number of children who freaks for example kids that has downs syndrome.

All woman should fight for their rights. Woman have the right to decide over their own body.

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