We are the Knights (that’s pronounced phonetically - cuh-nig-its - as of the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail) Who Say Cyclic, a group of High School students, all of whom attended 6thgrade at Challenger School. At Challenger, we each gained not only a respect of the English language but also the want to change the world. Our noble mission is to improve America, one step at a time – primarily by improving the U.S.’s tongue and correcting false ideas about how its government functions. To learn more, please visit our website at www.cuhnigits.org.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Ribbon Cutting for Quote War

Okay, it has officially started. Some clarifying rules:
1) All quotes must be left as comments on this post to be counted (please don't leave any non-quote comments)
2) All quotes must be (somewhat) memorized. Absolutely NO looking up a quote online or in a book and copying it down in the tournament. As long as the wording is close to the real quote, you're good, so don't stress too much about remembering the exact thing.
3) All contestants are limited to three quotes at a time. Once you've submitted your three, you must wait for another person to enter in at least one before you can do more. Agreed? Excellent.
Let the Quote War begin!!!
--Sol/Queen of Everything/Super Orc/High Priestess of Doom

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

The Official Start of the Quote War!!! (Finally!)

No more talk, no more saying "we should" or "suppose we, someday..."
The Quote War, Quote Faire, Quote Extravaganza, whatever you wish to call it, is OFFICIALLY opening this Friday. You've known it was coming, so finish up your frenzied studying of quotes and we start in two days. Anyone challenging this proposition? No? Excellent.
I remain,
And figuratively in existence,

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Theatre. and also stuff.

Hello everyone, sorry for my tardiness, I was just learning how to use... the potty.
Well anyway, this post is to talk about one of my favorite subjects: the theatre. Acting is the oldest form of entertainment. Theatre as we in America know it started in ancient Greece, with a man named Thespis, who won a play competition back in 534 BC. I is from his name that we have received the term "thespian". Plays were performed in hillside amphitheatres by a chorus and several masked actors. As the Greek society declined, the Romans rose up and took theatre into their own hands. Plays were much the same as they had been with the Greeks but, instead of dramatic tragedies, they preferred a, shall we say, more physical humor.The word "play" (as a stage performance) came from the Romans. At the fall of the Romans, theatre fell two, becoming something mainly for traveling bands called jongleurs. Well, I know I haven't even gotten to the master yet, but I just got bored. So, for those of you that still care, The Hale Center Theatre Orem is now playing "The Foreigner" which I highly recomend. I also recomend Random Acts of Culture on youtube.

Over and out,
Baldr god of (as of now) theatre.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


The author of the discontinued series has begun to write it again! Yippie! :D ^-^

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Reviving the Cause

I notice we're hitting a slump in activity here, fellow knights. In the hope of getting everyone re-excited, I propose starting the Quote Competition, which was mentioned a month or two ago.
I would also like to (re)urge everyone to set a little time off every week to write something on the blog - a post or a comment, anything. And please check the blog every few days; it's not difficult to keep on top of, so... no excuses.
Additionally, on the matter of Education. Does everyone agree that that should be one of our official concerns - the declining quality of education and the lack of attention being paid towards it in America? (I already sent out an email mentioning this but I didn't get replies from everyone...)
So, put your Knight-approved thinking caps on and let's put some more life and effort into this noble organization.
Lively-ly and enthusiastically yours,
PS. In December we had eleven posts. So far, January has had... three. Hop to it, my fine feathered friends.

Sunday, January 2, 2011


I was just browsing through the blog when I noticed... we've gotten 393 views! I propose that we try to post more things about our noble goals (improving the english language, government, etc.) perhaps about one per week per member? Just as often as you can. Then when people view our blog, they can read about our goals.

Saturday, January 1, 2011


It's kind of queer how people are always so eager to embrace the new year, never hanging on to the old one to say more than "Glad that's over with" or "Well, that was an okay year." (The exception may come next year, what with these "2012 = doom" ideas going 'round.) Rarely, if ever, does one hear "How sad I am to see 2010 go. I really am not excited for 2011." And then there's the whole "new year's resolutions" business. I personally think that one should be at liberty to make new resolutions any old time - why bother changing with the calendar? - but I have to admit that it can be a good idea. Think about all these people starting fresh and deeply pondering about how they want to live. A time of rebirth, undoubtably, kind of like the season of spring. So, those are my thoughts on the new year. I'm inviting everyone to leave any resolutions they want to share as comments on this post.
Here's to 2011!