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March 13th, 2012 | 319 Entries

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  1. Petition… Petition is when you sign up for a mile run and you pay for what u have run…

    By poseidon619 URL on 03.14.2012

  2. there is a petition on family guy that they dont want a superstore in there town and peter gets a job at superstore usa and then blows it up with a tank yea its funny.

    By cougars8 URL on 03.14.2012

  3. obama wrote a petition (i think!) :0!!! :{ ) <—– that guy has a mustache!!!!!!!

    By heaf13 URL on 03.14.2012

  4. what is a petition????PETITION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Please tell me,now!!!!!!!!!!A petition is like a form that you would sign to become something.

    By loulou88888 URL on 03.14.2012

  5. I want to start a petition for something that is top secret…. You all will know soon! MUAHAHAHAHA!! <—— Evil laugh!

    By Noreen on 03.14.2012

  6. i dont know what petition means.

    By zach URL on 03.14.2012

  7. The mayor slowly signed the petition as soon as he finished his captors snached it from his hands.

    By Amaryllis URL on 03.14.2012

  8. I don’t know what petition means.

    By Mario URL on 03.14.2012

  9. The mayor signed the petition to help us save the world from wierd people cause to many people were complaing about wierd people watching them walk home

    By Bieberlover URL on 03.14.2012

  10. A petition is a piece of paper that people sign. Usually people sign petitions if they are running for something or protesting.

    By mak!:) URL on 03.14.2012

  11. Petition is filed in the court. It is filed by the person who has grievenceor whioe is a victime. It shows their trust in law and governement. It also reflects the knowledge level of the person filing it.

    By Anil Poptani on 03.14.2012

  12. fighting against something
    picketing
    opposition
    rights
    resisting the norm
    collecting names
    writing a list
    fighting against a wrong
    group work
    fighting for what is right

    By Beth Morrison on 03.14.2012

  13. wie lange wird dieses wort noch das heutige wort sein. dieser zeitunterschied ist ein jammer. ich bilde mir trotzdem ein, dass es gestern um die selbse zeit auch schon hier stand. meine meinung habe ich dazu zur genüge kund getan (ich glaube es war sowas wie: interessiert mich meistens nicht, wird von mir für egoistische zwecke missbraucht.)

    By mue URL on 03.14.2012

  14. Millie hammered on the big white door of the big white house at the end of her street; the one that was bigger and whiter than all the others. Without expression on her face she knocked against the wood until her knuckles bled and the door dented. No answer.

    And so it was off to the next house to try again.

    By Ross Menzies on 03.14.2012

  15. having a force behind you. having many people willingly giving their name as a pledge of support. does it get more american?

    By Ashley on 03.14.2012

  16. i do not know what petition means

    By rainbow URL on 03.14.2012

  17. Petitions are very important. With a petition, a group of people can get something done. My mom once signed a petition to change Dexter from a village to a town.

    By Mia URL on 03.14.2012

  18. pages for people pleading. voices need to be heard. feelings nee to be made known. a silent crying with a powerful force. a need for change in a place where change is hard to get. silent hope in hearts.

    By Kassie on 03.14.2012

  19. I signed a petition to stop wearing shoes. I wasn’t sure where it came from, I just found it on the ground one day. The problem was that, I did not know where to send it after I signed it. Who’d collect petitions to ban shoes?

    By Hannah Hutchinson on 03.14.2012

  20. Petition.
    Seems petty…
    If you really care,
    It should be called
    Importition.
    More Important.
    I feel silly.

    By alliepb URL on 03.14.2012

  21. crime
    justice
    felon
    paper
    pen
    writing
    people
    writing an appeal
    petitioning for freedom, an example
    hope
    law
    lawyer
    legal
    for a cause

    By Phoebe on 03.14.2012

  22. hmm petition the first thing i thought about was a picket sign and people standing in front of a government building. the building has tall intimidating white pillars but the people are petitioning for something. some change. hm i kind of think that i don’t know the definition of petition. this description is making me second guess if i know what a petition is.

    By Alani on 03.14.2012

  23. The petition for the removal of the pigeons was being promoted by a company of paranoid old men who were worried about disease. While there is certainly a danger in pigeon mess, it’s not nearly so bad or so likely to infect folks as the fantastically fragrant fumes of their old gas guzzling cars.

    By Jess URL on 03.14.2012

  24. Sinuses filled with dust and hands all run down weathered he signs his name in ink but that ink is laced with the blood of years of toil for himself and his forefathers. The tears stream down slow, slow, and slow does he smile. Finally, he stood up and made a difference.

    By Christoph H. URL on 03.14.2012

  25. She liked to sign different petitions – “save alaskan wolves”, “help urkanian mothers”. Anything that sounded like fighting for the rights or starting a revolution sounded like music for her.

    By Yahel URL on 03.14.2012

  26. The stupedest thing I heared! Why would you ask that!/

    By Meri URL on 03.14.2012

  27. I am pleading with you to amke a decision, to choose what you will do. Please, I petition you to take a look at your own life, what do you want out of it? Can I possibly answer this question for you? No–

    By Krisi URL on 03.14.2012

  28. A Petition Is A good WaY tO pAsS a LaW this computer is frustrating
    text me at 614.557.3???
    if you wanna meet me text me

    By suomynona on 03.14.2012

  29. petition, a please, please give me a chance, it can’t be over, it’s un fair, not okay, you’re taking my rights, you can’t do this. people don’t support you. we want what we want, what we deserve, what we have the right to in the world. we want our happiness, we want it now, and we want it free.

    By lori on 03.14.2012

  30. I wouldn’t sign the petition. I knew I should but I couldn’t. Everyone else I knew did…family, friends. But not me. It just didn’t feel right in my gut and no matter what I did to rationalise it I couldn’t make it right with me. So I didn’t sign. And then it happened…

    By zebra URL on 03.14.2012

  31. A petition is something used to make something happen or to get something else. Like if you thought a law was bad, if you did a petition, maybe you could help have it changed. I signed a petition once for school.

    By Katie URL on 03.14.2012

  32. They help sometimes. But, often if a petition is against something that will gain someone massive amounts of money, they go unnoticed. Social issues can be affected by a petition but capital will not.

    By Tiffany Wood on 03.14.2012

  33. What good does it do sign a petition? I guess to show that enough people care. What if we cared by our deeds and not our words. Has signing a petition become a fad? Does it help the causes it is meant to? What petition would I sign? I know what I believe in but how do I know that by signing my name you know it too?

    By wordmonger URL on 03.14.2012

  34. I don’t want to write about petitions again.

    By CSD URL on 03.14.2012

  35. petitions are designed to fight for a cause. they can be designed to take someone down that does not need to be a leader. they go against wrong doing. they seek justice, what is right, and what is deserved

    By Jordan on 03.14.2012

  36. its like when people are standing on the side of the road and yelling about removing someone from office i saw some standing hear my post office with a big sign that said nobama! these people sometimes make me a bit angry they go to extreme lengths just to get their point accross and most of the time it does nothing cause the government isnt actually gonna look at any of what these people are saying

    By abigail knight on 03.14.2012

  37. Can I petition the school to shorten the school year and extend summer break? Because I can’t stand this place anymore. I’m so sick of being here. I just want to be outside, and I just want to live, to have fun. I hate it here I hate it here i hate it here. I am utterly sick of this god forsaken prison

    By Mellanie N. Covell URL on 03.14.2012

  38. She had called each of her friends and extolled the virtues of her plan for hours to each. She had written to her member of government. She had organized bake sales and printed off bumper stickers. Yet no one knew or cared much about the changes she was proposing; people were missing their favorite shows, hadn’t they worked enough that week? Moralizing wasn’t getting anywheres. She had one option left, she was going to the hardware store and buying a gun.

    By X on 03.14.2012

  39. I want to petition to do something great in the world. What that is, I don’t know, I just know that I don’t want to live my life having done nothing significant for someone else. Something big, Something awesome. Something that shows that I care, and that I am a greater person than I seem to portray myself as. I’m better than this crap I do now.

    By Cabreu on 03.14.2012