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    Epoxy: A Short Story

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    The next day I did a further examination of the machine and noticed that the glass tube’s electrical socket was arcing. If I kept up, the wire from the glass tube might break; I had to come up with a solution. I decided to strengthen the wire with conductive epoxy which should do the trick. The long term solution would be to replace the glass tube and the socket; there was no telling how long this unit has been in use. “Carrie, can you use your skills and find out where the company that made this is located?” “Sure, Uncle Bob is there any reason to find them?” “Only if you want more toe curling orgasms.” “That’s good motivation.” I figured it's only a matter of time before the machine breaks and having a spare glass tube would be a good idea. Of course, if the use is kept to a minimum it should last for some time. A few days went by and I resumed looking for more treasures. When I returned after a hard day of treasure hunting, I heard a strange voice in the living room, its Carrie talking to another girl. “Vanessa, you are going to love this, you will never want a dick again.” “Are you sure this will not hurt me Carrie, I am not sure if it is as a safe as you say.” Carrie went on to tell Vanessa about testing on her nipple, so she could see the effect and then she will see it's perfectly safe. I peered around the corner to watch, Vanessa was sitting in my lazy boy recliner and Carrie was unbuttoning her blouse. Carrie moved her blouse and bra out…

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    Raskolnikov’s thrill in Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment “When you are destitute, there is nothing” (10). In Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment a lonely, poverty-stricken peasant named Raskolnikov is faced with pure destitution. Most Russian citizens in the 18th century seemed to be as well. Raskolnikovs’ life was utterly boring; he dropped out of school, was constantly alone, and feared people. He had no excitement in his life whatsoever. Due to his lack of company and excitement in life,…

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    In the Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne is forced to wear a red A for adulterer. She was forced to wear her public shame for the rest of her life. If I had to wear a letter for the rest of my life, it would be an M for mouth. I am a very loud person, and I talk too much and I’m obnoxious. That letter would fit me really well because I have a problem with talking. Ninety-nine percent of my teachers say that I have a problem with talking, and don’t really like it all that much. Talking too much is…

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    Pet Peeves Research Paper

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    There are many things that aggravate me, makes me upset, or just down right mad. These things are referred as pet peeves; consequently, I have several of them. My pet peeves are squeaking erasers, people gossiping and people talking loud. In most classrooms, I notice that students use pencils with jacked up erasers. The noise of erasers just irks me. The sound of them are just awful. It sounds as if someone is scratching nails along a blackboard. I just cannot take the noise at all. Whenever I…

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    "Touche." We both laugh as the playlist loads. 'Fall for You ' by Secondhand Serenade starts playing through the speakers, I do a happy dance in my seat. "Wha-" Ash starts but I reach over and hit him in the chest. "No. Sh." Then I start belting out the lyrics like my life depended on it. I can feel Ash 's eyes on me so I calm down a bit but still continue singing. By the time the song ends, we 're a couple lights away from Jake 's. That stupid, over-played, new Adele song comes on.…

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    couple roles in order to keep the details short and the story interesting. This lacks a wide variety of differences of characters for the reader to connect with, thus shutting out a potentially large audience. Encompassing a large variety of audience members proves difficult without proper care and attention to detail, as well as the time spent to fully develop the plot. The benefit to having a variety of readers lies within the ability to provoke greater conversation and thinking. Tolkien…

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    In Chopin’s story “Desiree’s Baby”, Desiree and her husband, Armand, are ecstatic when she gives birth to a child. Later on Armand starts acting distant because he believes that she and her child are mixed. He suggest her to leave to her mother's home. Desiree then disappears and walks the opposite direction of her mother’s home, with the child in her arms. In Dahl’s story “Lamb to the Slaughter”, a detective's wife, named Mary, is in shock after the devastating news that her husband is leaving…

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    compared to soccer at 2.8. That is astonishing. The predetermined assumption that any other sport is safer than paintball is proven inaccurate by these statistics, paintball doesn’t even compare to the amount of injuries retained by other sports. This is just another reason paintball is so safe. Paintball shooting devices are not guns, they are called markers. BBC News Magazine says “‘We call them markers,’ says Jim Sennett, co-owner of Campaign Paintball in Cobham, Surrey. ‘The word gun tends…

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    Blake Danielle Carver Introduction to Creative Writing Rough Draft #1- Professor Thomas February 2,2018 “ I hate you! I can’t do this anymore!” Danielle ran her hand through her hair as tears rolled down her face. This night had not been the most pleasant. The white around her hazel eyes were red and irriated from crying. Dominic sat on the edge of the bed in the bedroom, which his face in hands. His hair was a mess, out of it’s usual state. His light brown eyes were locked on the floor,…

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    We all look at the same moon in the sky, and sometimes this is the only comfort those in a long distance relationship have. Some couples may not have the chance to talk for days, so they seek a sense of peace from the orb in the sky. If this is the case, though, why is anyone in a long distance relationship? With a face to face relationship, there is rarely the worry that one may not see his or her significant other for any length of time. Long distance relationships are growing in popularity,…

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