MLIA

MyLifeIsAverage (MLIA) is a website where people may submit stories and tales of their day, about average occurrences and average people. MLIA is a spin-off from the website FMyLife

I personally believe that FML would be more appropriate for Kannan's class(:


MLIA represents the Constitution because the Constitution was created for average people. It's made to give the average citizens of America a voice. The 1st Amendment gives average Americans the right to free speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and freedom of petitioning. MLIA gives people a voice by letting them type an experience in their life that they find amusing, boring, whatever, and submit it to the site. Then, people can vote on whether the story is 'average' or 'meh'. This also relates to the Constitution because people vote for whether or not they like it and/or want it on the site. In Article Three (3) of the Constitution, the Supreme Court is mentioned. The Supreme Court votes on major issues of the nation.. I wouldn't call topics on MLIA major issues of the nation, but they sure are funny(:

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This picture represents MLIA and the constitution because it shows a person wearing a suit(government person) and an average person high fiving. That represents teamwork between the general public and higher(government) society, which the Constitution is all about. This represents MLIA because the geniuses who came up with the site decided to work with the general public to decide what stories get published on the site and which don't.


The past is a source of knowledge, and the future is a source of hope. Love of the past implies faith in the future. - Stephen Ambrose





~Jeri


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Haha, nice job at choosing MLIA xD and it was well done *high five* but a high five = teamwork?? I see what you mean, but I don't really think high fiving is teamwork... k, bye! -Ysa(:

Hey good job, i like how you tied everything in, but you forgot to cite your pictue -Lauren (2)