Elijah KampsenMarch 6, 2008 7:27 PM CST
Websense sucks. I'm sure most of my readers know what I mean by Websense. It's that page that comes up at school when you search something too suggestive. So, most kids hate it because they can't check their Facebooks or whatever at school. That rant's on my list, but so is another. So, I'm doing a school report at school the other day, and I chose Scotch Tape as my topic. I attempted to go to the Scotch website, and you know what I got? I got a page that said, "We're sorry, this page has been blocked." And you know why it had been blocked? "Alcoholic Beverage Advertisements." I'm sorry, but if I was looking for alcoholic beverages, I would've just Googled beer. I was looking for tape. It's a little hard to type an essay without information on the topic. So, I just made it up as I went. So, without further adieu, I present to you:
"Scotch: The Tape Of The Future" By Elijah.
Scotch tape was invented in 1937, when Doctor Alfred Scotch (a Harvard alumni,) had a revelation. While working on roofing his house, he was having trouble sticking the shingles to the roof. He needed something more powerful then nails, and thus, Scotch Tape was born. Then, during World War II, Hitler, while attempting to fix a defect in a can of poisonous gas, tried to use Scotch Tape to cover the hole, but the tape didn't work and Hitler almost gassed himself to death. So, that's why Scotch Tape is banned in Germany, and why tape prices are so high here. The End.