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Monday, November 3rd, 2008
3:11 am
Manifesto "Dyudrok"
We - the movement "Pop-Revolution" want to introduce you with a new direction in art and new philosophy - Dyudrok. The point is that it's not just a declaration. We have a clear plan promotion of these principles. We know how to do that people have moved to other realities!

Manifesto "Dyudrok"

(New Experimental Art)

1. In connection with the so-called global crisis art movement "POP-REVOLUTION" (with the partial assistance of ART-REVOLUTION) and the artist Artyom Suslov as well as several other free artists decided to create and implement the concept of promotion of new art "Dyudrok."

The essence of this art is to re-establish the own way of avant-garde and surrealism. Dyudrok included any avant-garde and modern art with blurred boundaries of genres and unlimited fantasy of the author.

At the moment, the world economic system as well as world political system infringe
on the majority of rights, freedoms, opportunities and even hopes of man.
In this regard, decreasing the creative capacity of most people because
it decreases the level and scope of vision as well as the hope of translating its
into reality. At the time of the current crisis, a simple man forgets about high ideals,
he dreams at a low level. Dyudrok must to protect people from objective reality.
We believe - the objective reality that is at this level of crisis can and should move to
second place. We have the right to push it into second place if we give to the man a
new reality, which will carry the title of "objective". what is now "objective" will take
second place, or just disappear for a man.

Accordingly, we believe that everyone, regardless of his religious beliefs, his status in
the society, and regardless of the sanctions, which in future could be taken against the
"Dyudrok" has the right to go to the new reality at any time, partially or completely .

2. In our view, any human rights organization and any commission or authority that
to deal with human rights have the obligation to protect the right of every adult
in the transition, partial or complete, in a different reality.

3. If the man who entirely gone in a different reality according with the laws of this reality
can no longer be capable - this is his personal decision as the new reality does not contradict
the existing laws and not causing harm to anyone. Neither does the campaign leading cause harm.
No one is obliged to support the individual's life in old reality when he left a letter of
advice (note) with the signatures of witnesses.

4. The departure of a reality, as well as assistance in this, not an injury to humans,
because the only thing involved in this process - the human imagination.
But imagination does not belong to the bodi, as well as the experiments of the imagination
is not harmful for the rights of mental functions.
Accordingly, there is no room for any regulations on the intentional infliction of harm or death to
humans. Also note that imagination is fully subject to his master.

5. Relatives and friends of man who passed away in a different reality have the right to challenge the
decision through the courts or through the human rights organizations and and demand to return
him to the reality in which they are located. In doing so, c. 5 is partly contrary to the core - 1 item,
and further debate on this soil can be resolved only in the mutual agreement of the parties.

6. As Dyudrok is not limited with anything and depends only on the human imagination,
it does not conflict with any law and religious customs.

7. For the same reason (not limited and opportunity
giving own properties) Dyudrok and concept its development
and its veneration is not any organization or religion
nor the political movement. Because Dyudrok do not have its own symbols and beliefs.

The author of the Manifesto is Artyom Suslov.
Art - Movement "POP-REVOLUTION"
Saturday, November 5th, 2005
7:02 pm

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Current Mood: ecstatic
Friday, September 23rd, 2005
6:43 am
HEY EVERYBODY!!!!! as some of you may know, cleveland's darkroom is reaching a truly pitiful point. in hopes of restoring some of the enlargers to working order, myself and a few others want to have a fundraiser.

Guilt by Association has volunteered to come to cleveland and play a show one night to help us out.

u may have heard of them from MTV's Battle for Ozzfest.

but we're asking for as much support as anyone is willing to offer seeing as it'll take a lot to convince the admins to allow a rock show one of these nights.

thank you all.
1:36 pm
I am committed to fighting cancer in my community!
I know far too many people whose lives have been touched by cancer. Chances are, you know them too. That’s why I’m taking action against cancer by supporting the American Cancer Society Relay For Life event right here in Simi Valley, California.

Relay is an overnight event that unites our community in a common effort to raise much-needed funds for cancer research, education, advocacy, and patient services. Every year, the funds we raise help bring the American Cancer Society one step closer to eliminating cancer from our lives for good, but we can’t stop now. Because there’s no finish line until there’s a cure.

I hope you’ll be able to join us for this year’s event. Please click on the link below for more information, including details of the inspirational Survivors’ Lap and the moving Luminaria Ceremony. If you can’t join us, will you please visit the site and make a donation to support our efforts? Either way, you will make a real difference in the lives of people facing cancer – and in the lives of the people who love them. Thank you!

Please visit my personal donation site:


I will be walking this Sunday, September 25th from 3AM to 5:pm
Monday, August 29th, 2005
2:41 pm
This is a really dumb question, I know. But I havent been able to get a straight answer out of anyone.

When does school start if you are not a Freshman?
Tuesday, June 14th, 2005
10:11 pm
Hey, Everyone....
I'm looking for someone who I heard attends Cleveland High.

Has anyone heard of a guy named Andrew Moreno? He went to Lawrence Middle School and (I heard) is a basketball player.

I'm trying to locate this guy for my sister, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks guys, and you all rock!
Saturday, June 11th, 2005
4:36 pm
Nifty community!
I just got accepted to this community. There is an application process but it's based on the way you express yourself, so it's classy and fun like that. I have to advertise as part of the deal so, here you go.

Come join __beauty_within!
We are a GREAT rating community with already 95 members!
~Two nice mods
~Bi-weekly themes
~Members are stamped every three days
~Easy Application: No picture required. Voted on INNER BEAUTY!
~Open Minded-Fair Voting
~Random Posts are Allowed
~Promoting is Allowed
~Read the rules on the Userinfo to Apply!!

So, come join us at __beauty_within!! It's a AWESOME community that we'd love more members at!

Current Mood: creative
Thursday, June 2nd, 2005
9:59 am
Old News...
Has anyone heard any more news about what happened with the Chris Biron situation. I've tried doing a google search for it, but nothing has come up. Any news would be appreciated. Also, if there is anything else going on with teachers that some of us ex-students might find interesting please post that as well.
Monday, May 9th, 2005
12:41 pm
Americas' 100 Best High Schools
Unfortunately, Cleveland made it in at number 247 :( But not too shabby considering the entire list consists of one thousand entries.

SOURCE: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7761678/site/newsweek/
Saturday, March 19th, 2005
7:27 pm
Who checked out the art gallery?

I enjoyed it.

And what's with the sudden happy hardcore on KCAV news? Surely someone purchased Xperience Happy Hardcore to get those oldies up there. I'd like to know who!!

-Rita "the Raver"

Current Mood: artistic
Saturday, March 5th, 2005
11:07 am

Los Angeles Daily News

Ex-Taft teacher among arrested
391 jailed, linked to child sex offenses
By Lisa M. Sodders
Staff Writer

Thursday, March 03, 2005 - A former Taft High School math teacher was among 391 Los Angeles County residents arrested as part of an international operation targeting child sex offenses, officials said Thursday.

For 20 months, Operation Predator has targeted people suspected of preying on and exploiting children, including human traffickers, international sex tourists, child porn users and foreign national predators whose crimes make them deportable.

More than 5,000 people have been arrested nationwide.

"We're protecting the future of America," said Kevin Jeffery, deputy special agent-in-charge of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for Greater Los Angeles.

There were a total of 766 arrests in child sex offenses in the seven-county area covered by U.S. ICE Office in Los Angeles. Of those, 189 were in Orange County; 95 in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and 91 in the Inland Empire.

Local targets included Michael Helwig, 64, who taught math at Taft High in Woodland Hills. He was convicted last October of three criminal counts involving the possession and duplication of child pornography.

In addition to a jail sentence and probation, Helwig is prohibited from holding a teaching position involving minors or having contact with minors unless an adult is present.

According to ICE, more than 85 percent of the arrests are of foreign national sex offenders from more than 100 nations. Approximately half of the foreign nationals are lawful permanent residents, and the other half are illegal aliens. Nationwide, about 42 percent of the foreign nationals arrested have been deported.

"It involves people from all areas of society -- it runs the whole spectrum and it's quite disturbing," Jeffery said. "Schoolteachers, Boy Scout leaders, doctors, clergymen. It's not just some sicko sitting on the sidewalk in a park."

Lisa M. Sodders, (818) 713-3663 lisa.sodders@dailynews.com

Sunday, February 20th, 2005
1:04 pm
Monday, February 14th, 2005
10:26 pm

why? because we're awesome
Friday, February 4th, 2005
3:25 pm
bye. <3
Bye, Cleveland.

Today I hugged Mr. Lemmon goodbye and it made me so sad I almost cried. I felt like, right then, part of me died. Really. I don't know.

The same thing happened yesterday with Ms. Atkin. Mr. Coleman, for once in his life (haha), seemed actually concerned (double haha). For a minute, at least. He hugged me-- initiated it, even. Which shocked the hell out of me. :)

The rest of the CORE teachers, I love. And miss, already. I promised myself I'd stop by, and I really will. Sigh.

As for the community, I'll be leaving, since I no longer attend. I will catch up sometimes.

Signing out,
Sarah G. <3

[xposted to cleveland_core
Saturday, January 22nd, 2005
12:39 am
I'm not from Cleveland, I go to Chatsworth High, but this place hasn't been updated in ages. So...

O hayy s^?

Current Mood: tired
Wednesday, December 8th, 2004
5:02 pm
i just made swimteam and i was wondering, does anyone know when we switch classes?
Tuesday, December 7th, 2004
2:55 pm
join and post most anything

A picture is worth a 1,000 words.

but you can post 1,000 words too.



Wednesday, November 24th, 2004
7:31 pm
hey guys.
i decided to make a more obvious core community. it is;


please please please join!

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
4:27 pm
the gangs of chs
well, i wish i hadn't sold my ipod off to david's friend. my brother's locker was brocken into today during p.e. and the culprit stole his money (not much) and his ipod.
he has a general idea of who would have done it.
apparently there are two gangs, with a third on the rise, that have formed at the land. in my brother's p.e. period, the entire lockerroom save precious few either belong to the two gangs, "dmk" or "mfk" or have taken sides out of fear, for a ready answer in the event they are asked by a member.
these gangs have tagged all over the lockerroom, and all-out brawls occur almost regularly. needless to say i'm more than a little scared for my brother and the situation of the land. who knows when someone will turn up with a gun? i'm very alarmed. if any of this sort of thing went on in my days at chs, i never caught wind of it. sure there were always trouble makers and the lockerrooms were always filled with the generic low-class riff raff, because generally, most any kid with brains and class tended to join a team sport. except me, because i'm terrible at team sports. i told david to suck it up and succumb to a schedule change for the sake of getting out of p.e. i told him he'd better either sign up for a team or do hockey at the rink after school. what i don't understand is why measures aren't being taken to actually stop this problem? as usual, the faculty is going about doing something about it, without really doing anything. if i were a parent i'd be working on a parent alliance this minute, to make a real stink with mr. weiner (btw it's not "wy-ner" it's "wee-ner", he just changed the pronunciation to avoid crude jokes. i guarantee it). they can easily crack down on schoolyard fights and lockerroom fights, developing a policy which would allow them to expell offenders much quicker than normal, and same with suspension. thusly they could much sooner discover the members of the gangs and their previous schools, being careful to accept students from those schools in the future. i'm posting this on the chs group as well as my lj, just on the off-chance that someone might be willing to help solve this problem. of course i'll feel dumb if chs always has had this problem and i was too naiive to see it. but whatever. i'm alarmed and worried, sue me.

Current Mood: alarmed
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