Doodle 4 Google again

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Google is having the finalist stage of their Doodle 4 Google contest.  The country is broken down into 10 regions and 4 age groups, 40 finalists are chosen, and you get to vote for one from each age group.

This year’s theme was “What I Wish for the World.”  Well, most of the kids who drew pictures choose “greener worlds” and animal rights, and peace and unity, and an end to wars.  Is everyone a Miss America?  Damn, kids are optimistic now a days.  I remember when I was 8, I didn’t give a rat’s ass about the environment, or all the different Religions that populate our planet, and how they all hate each other.  Why are these kids thinking of them?  They should be thinking of G.I. Joes, and Power Rangers, and trying to stay up late to watch The Simpson’s without mommy and daddy finding out.  I blame the parents, they are giving their kids too much responsibilities now a days.

Anyway, here are my favorites:

Grades K-3

Gilding Over our Great Loving Earth
Gilding Over our Great Loving Earth

Grades 4-6

Go Green
Go Green

Grades 7-9

Paperclips A Unified World
Paperclips A Unified World
Be Seen Being Green
Be Seen Being Green

Now I’m torn on this age group because I like the paper clips one, but I like that the author of the Green one realizes that nuclear power is green. However, the paper clip one is more unique, and better, so I choose that one.

Grades 10-12

Spreading the Spark
Spreading the Spark

Well those are my picks, now it’s your turn, go vote!

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