Thursday, May 17, 2007

Daily Itinerary

6:00 a.m.: Wake up. Eat breakfast, shower, and put on clothes.
7:00 a.m.: Bus comes to pick up students and men go off to work. If morning game everyone prepares to go to it.
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Work and school

Journal Entries

Day 1: For an individual living in Seattle their day would start off with a normal morning routine, shower and breakfast. Monday thru thursday, children would go to school and learn their normal studies, except one additional course deals with the study of sports and sports culture. The men would work at their job whatever it is, and then in the afternoon everyone would either go to a sporting event or watch it or listen to it. It would then end with a normal bedtime routine.

Day 2: If there is a morning game the men would take their children and wives to go see it and then continue with their normal day. Remember that sports is our cities top priority.

Day 3: If there is a rain out or a post pone of a game, then everyone is encouraged to participate in a sporting event whether it is on a video game system or playing outside.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Seattle's government

Seattle's government has only an executive branch with myself as president. Everyone will follow and abide by my rules. You can say that I am a dictator. This utopia will make decisions based on what i want.
Seattle will inforce police and other services to crack down on criminals and prosecute them. The only form of government flows through me.

Monday, May 14, 2007

The Laws of Seattle

1. Everyone must attend at least one sporting event once a week.
2. Everyone must follow the laws of the ten commandments.
3. Everyone must work for at least 60 hours a week.
4. Everyone must like the Seahawks.
5. Everyone must like the Mariners.
6. Everyone must like the Sonics.
7. People must not litter or they will be fined 1,000 dollars.
8. No one is allowed to fight for consequence of a year in jail.
9. 16 year olds and older are allowed to drive.
10. everyone who is 65 years of age or older is not allowed to operate a motor vehicle.

The mighty Seahawk

This animal represents Seattle because it is the name of our proud football team that has done the only thing Seattle actually has ever been proud of, make it to a super bowl.

One for all and all for Seattle sports

The significance of this motto is that everyone in this society is required to like Seattle sports and all of Seattle's sports activities.


I chose this name because in realtiy this is my favorite city to live in.