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Erika-Lewis

Page history last edited by Mark P 11 years, 5 months ago

Erika has no clas with me, too da doo de doo :(

Erika should attempt to do something fun with this space like:

THIS

 

Erika never actually did much with this page, hmm. Though Erika does like the points made below. Why does Erika's page title have a dash and no one else's does? And why is she still speaking in the third person?

Erika is no longer in this class. *sadface*

Erika (or someone else) should delete this page. Or use it as a graffiti page, like I'm doing right now.

Erika doesn't know how to delete this page and she votes that we use it as a graffiti page. Or else Erika may encourage some of the class to become dirty dirty skippers to come socialize. Erika means... uhm, no, go to class! Erika kinda seconds the "*sadface*", she seldom sees some of you anymore.

MORE GRAFFITI 

it sounds like Rafiki

Someone continue to make a gradient. Everyone loves gradients!

 

Comments (5)

Jennifer said

at 12:17 am on Feb 12, 2009

Is beauty universal or in the eye of the beholder?

are you doing this?!
art class, yo. art class. i rememba dat discussion!

erika, i'm helping...:)

Joe Lord-Annis said

at 5:01 pm on Feb 12, 2009

I just thought I would throw this out there, its not helpful per say, but I think since helping people find a starting point is just as good, I would like to point out that a lot of people incorporate drugs into their personal view of beauty, and that regardless of whether this is the only way, or if it is a way to see beauty at all, many people see it as such, so it might be worth looking at. I hope this gives you something to think about, although it really has nothing to do with the question itself, I guess.

Mark P said

at 7:19 pm on Feb 24, 2009

You should really edit this page. Jen isn't exactly doing it justice, in my opinion. (no offense, Jen)

Amanda Woodburne said

at 4:11 pm on Mar 7, 2009

I think that everybody definately has there own version of beauty. I also think that the media has really skewed our perceptions on this particular matter. It would be impossible to blame all of the eating disorders and other crazy things we do in order to be percieved as beautiful if our actual perceptions havent been affected to a certain extent. I don't know if that makes any sese at all.

Heather Crumplen said

at 9:48 pm on Mar 23, 2009

i agree with Amanda. i think people could argue that beauty is in the eye of the beholder but at the same time i think the perception of beauty turns out to be more of what society agrees on then a personal opinion

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