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  • What Is A Game Day Essay

    Game day. I wake up and that is my first thought. Although it is not the first game of the season, so many emotions are running through me. Western Dubuque is a great team. There is crappy weather coming our way.I need to eat breakfast. Their leading scorer is 2nd in the state for goals. All of these toxic thoughts flooded my mind. One thing I did not know that morning is that I would take the biggest emotional and physical blow later that day. The feeling I get whenever I step on to the field is like riding a bike for the first time or when you ace a test. It is a huge rush that pours over me. I love the atmosphere. I love the feeling of the grass under my cleats. I love the sound of the ball hitting the back of the net. When I walked on the field that day I was ready for the game. I knew in my heart we could be successful. I loved everything about that day until the first blow. A ball nailed me in the head during warmups. I did not see it coming. I turned around for a split second, and suddenly a meteor shot me in the head. It stung for a second, but I did my best to shake it off. The game began and within the first 30 seconds, the other team scored. They scored 3 goals in the first 5 minutes. Although this was not a blow to my head, it still felt like something had hit me. I knew I wanted to do everything I could do even the score or at least get one goal. I tried so hard. I went after every ball. Some of the balls even went to my head. I am sure that was not helping…

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  • Personal Narrative: Suite Life On Deck Personal Narrative

    It was an early day for me, waking up at 6:30 on a saturday morning just to walk out into my living room and lay on the couch facing the tv with my blanket over me and my pillow under my head. I grabbed the remote and turned on the tv, just to find out that my favorite show was not on tv. My favorite tv show at that time was called Suite Life on Deck. After a watching it for a little bit i became very tired again and before you know it, I was asleep. Right there on the couch wrapped tightly in…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Cartoons Vs 2010s

    are the best cartoons ever made. However, lets focus on more recent cartoon styles such as the 1990s and 2010s. Though I was born in the 90s I have little memory of the 90s so I am not obligated to say that I am a true 90s kid. I am more of a 2000s kid. So, now you’re probably thinking, she’s going to go with the 2010s cartoons being better. However, I did say 2000s; which is in the middle of the 1990s and 2010s. I feel that the 90s era of cartoons is a lot better than the 2010s. Why? Let me…

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  • Story Analysis: Frishta

    zor nabo. Hamu wak yak boyn, There were not so many differences. We were all similar”. In other words, the gaps between the haves and have-nots were not so wide. In the 1990s, almost all people lacked access to similar things, which is no longer the case. The new polarization, and inequality anger people more than the actually lack of things. Today, not having means something different to the different groups and people are live together with very different lifestyles. And for the majority who…

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  • Marriage In Kate Chopin's The Story Of An Hour

    The view of marriage that is being displayed in this story is that it’s a woman’s place to stay at home, do what is told, and don’t ask for nothing. This story completely paints an opposite picture of the modern day roles as a man and woman and what each person should be doing and contributing in the relationship. Through three scenes I am going to show you how this marriage is an old fashion union between two lovers. When Mrs. Mallard created her own peep hole and decided to become a peeping…

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  • Analysis Of Crazy Brave By Joy Harjo

    Crazy Brave is a memoir written by Native American poet and artist Joy Harjo. In this memoir Harjo recollects and evaluates a number of pivotal moments, which occur during her life, that altered her identity as well as how she saw the world around her. Many of these moments occur in the first two sections of the book entitled “East” and “West”. These moments include, but are not limited to, when she is playing with bees and is stung as a young girl, when her mother forces her to put on a…

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  • On Teenagers And Tattoos, A. Martin MD.

    Teenagers and Tattoos In the article On Teenagers and Tattoos, A. Martin, MD. explains some of the reasons why tattoos and piercings are seemingly gaining more popularity with urban youth. Martin MD makes the point that legislation to curtail professional tattooing of minors, teenagers have turned to homemade or what is referred to as “jailhouse” or “self-made” tattoos (Martin MD, 2012 pg. 320). It is alleged that teenagers may desire to obtain body decoration for a variety of reasons. Some…

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  • Sincerity In The Hobbit And The Lord Of The Rings

    What is the best book series ever? Immediately something comes to mind when questioning what the best book is, or at the very least it sparks thought of what you might consider to be the best. Varying aspects of books determine the quality of the work and the readers reception of it, from superficial aspects of interest as well as technical skills and development of a story. The realm of Middle Earth, as described in J. R. R. Tolkien 's pieces of work The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The…

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  • Comparing Chopin's Baby 'And Lamb To The Slaughter'

    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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  • Themes In Ernest Hemingway's A Clean, Well-Lighted Place

    Ernest Hemingway is one of the most revered and studied American authors, famous the world over for his extensive bibliography of short stories and novels. However, Hemingway was a deeply troubled man, and many of his works are monuments to his struggles with depression. “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” is an ideal example of Hemingway’s nihilistic view of the world: it appears to be a mirror into his very soul. The theme of “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” is decidedly nihilistic: life, human ideas…

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