We're thinking about how the teachers could have taken the thoughts.
They're lassos. They catch thoughts.
They're stealing our thoughts.
The teachers use them to catch away the memories.
I'm making mine bigger to catch bigger thoughts.
|An early version of the thought lasso|
|This lasso has actually captured some thoughts|
|Thought bombs made of wire could be shot through slingshots|
|T. begins to develop one of many defensive weapons to ward off would-be language stealers|
|D. demonstrates how to launch a thought bomb from his slingshot|
A thought bomb is sort of like the lasso...it kind of blows up your thought.
You don't know when your brain changes.
I think they throw the thought bomb into your mouth and it explodes in your throat.
"The school and the culture...tell the child that the hundred is not there. The child says NO WAY: The hundred is there"....Clearly, the first graders are more than willing and able to defend their hundred languages!