Thursday, 13 December 2007

College Pictures

The teacher gave us the Camera and we set off to take some pictures around the college. We starting taking pictures of the things that intrest us in the college the most.

Here's a picture of the pool table that we use regularly

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Interview With Tom Pryce

Jordan: Hello Tom, and I just want to say thanks for taking your time to be interviewed for the Aberdeen College Magazine, Most of these questions will be directed at 16-20 years olds.

Tom: Hi there Jordan, and its quite alright, I enjoy these types of things, and thats quite alright also.
Jordan: Well last get down to the questions then shall we.

Tom: I think we should Jordan (laughs)

Jordan: So Tom What kind of music are you enjoying these days, and who is your favourtie band at the moment?

Tom: Well at the moment Iam loving my rock, Iam really into my The Clash and The Rolling Stones.

Jordan: Ah right, Iam great fans of them also..........erm i also have a question on what you do in your spare time?

Tom: Well in my spare time Iam usually practicing on the track getting ready for my big races at the weekends.

Jordan: Sounds fun, also what kind of advice would you give to a young formula one driver?

Tom: Never stop beleiveing, anything can happen.

Jordan: Get advice Tom, Well thats all we have for and I just want to thank you Tom for taking your time to take this interview for the Aberdeen College Magazine.

Tom:(laughs) anytime Jordan, and thank you.

Thursday, 15 November 2007

Interview with David Douglas

Jordan: Hello there, and i just want to take this time to thank you for taking this interview.

David: Hello there Jordan, and its quite alright, its a pleasure.

Jordan: (Laughs) glad to hear it, and how are you today?

David: Iam very well thanks. How about yourself Jordan all is well i hope?

Jordan: Good to hear, and yes Iam very well thanks David.

David: Good.

Jordan: Well lets get down to buesiness, So What do you do these days then David?

David: Well Jordan Iam still a botanist and I've now discovered 240 species of plants to Britain.

Jordan: Wow 240 species of plants thats great to hear.

David: (laughs) Thanks Jordan, Iam very proud of my work.

Jordan: How did you become a Botanist then?

David: Well when I left school I became a Apprentice gardener in the estate of the 3rd Earl of Mansfield and Scone Palace. I spent seven years before leaving to attend college in Perth to learn more of the scientific and mathematical aspects of plant culture. After a further spell of working in Fife, I moved to the Botanical Gardens of Glasgow and attended botany lectures at the Univeristy of Glasgow. The Professor of Botany was greatly impressed with me and took me on an expedition to the Highlands before recommending me to the Royal Horticultural Society of London.

Jordan: Well thats a great story, but Unfortunately are time is up here David, I just want to thank you for this Interview and hope to hear from you in the future.

David: Its quite alright Jordan and for anyone wanting to be a botanist I say go for it you wont regret it.

Jordan Logan

Thursday, 8 November 2007

Shambala - Page 14

You can't believe you have ended up in Prison, It smells awful in here, Its making your eyes water. So many people screaming and shouting around you. You turn round and notice your cell mate, he's huge and is looking straight at you and laughing. You don't even know how long you are in here for, your stuck in this dump forever.

Thursday, 1 November 2007

October Holidays


Well the October holidays are over and we are back to college, but ive got to admit I really enjoyed my week off. Didn’t do a lot to be honest, just chilled out most days and had a few drinks with mates that were also off. Can’t wait for the Christmas holidays now.


Thursday, 11 October 2007

How to ollie!

how to ollie

Well I havent been skateboarding recently but I remember when I first started, the first trick you tried was always the ollie. The Ollie is the first trick that most skateboarders learn.

If your starting skateboarding here is a tip on how to ollie:

push at a comfortable speed, place your front foot near the middle of the board and your other at the tail end of the board, squat down so you can spring yourself up, kick your back foot down and your front foot upwards on your griptape, Make sure you tuck your knees to your chest then come down comfortably. Its probaly the easiest trick to learn but its also one of the most important ones to learn so keep that in mind.

Thursday, 27 September 2007

Radio 1 DVD

Beginnings of Radio 1
Radio Caroline was the first pirate Radio and the first band that ever played on Radio Caroline was The Rolling Stones. Radio 1 started in 1967 as response to the popularity of Radio Caroline.

Andy Parfitt – controller
Will Kinde – Producer

Colin Murray, Zane Lowe, Sarah Cox, Pete Thong, Dave Pearce, Chris Moyes there is many more, they play music at different times through out the day.

There is a A list which plays a selection of songs 25-30 times a week, B list which plays another selection of songs 10-20 times a week and finally a C list which plays a selection of songs 5 times a week.

Andy Brown Interviewed people on the streets to get there views about Radio 1

Radio 1 goes to Ibiza in the summer! Radio 1 also do many Festivals all over Britain.

Thursday, 20 September 2007

Bob Marley.

Bob Marley - No Women, No Cry (Live)

Last week we watched a clip from Bob Marleys concert live in London, England on YouTube

I really enjoy and respect Bob Marleys music, So i really enjoyed listening and watching the songs live. There was a great atmosphere in the crowd when he played " No women, No cry".


Great Week.

This week.....

This week has past very quickly which is always good, I have also learned a few new things this week in class. Last day today, looking forward to the long weekend, really enjoying the course at the moment, hope it gets better as the year goes on.


Thursday, 13 September 2007

Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

Arctic Monkeys - Fake Tales Of San Francisco (Live)

My favorite album is Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, The album became the fastest selling debut album in the Uk since records began, selling over 360,000 copies in its first week. It has since gone triple platinum in the UK, and won the 2006 Mercury Prize.


Thursday, 6 September 2007


Almost the end of the day! Cant wait to go home.