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    Water Balloon Pops

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    a photograph of a water balloon popping. Photography is a way of art because it can capture people, objects, scenes, etc, in a photograph. One photograph can say a lot about something. As for my photo, it does not have a universal message but it says something about how I like to see things. I like to capture objects that someone wouldn 't usually see by just looking with their eyes, like a water balloon popping. You can see it happen but not the form and how it really looks because it happens so fast. I came up with this idea because I’m really into photography and wanted to learn more about the settings of my DSLR Nikon camera. I’ve seen similar photos that people have taken that look like they froze an object that’s too fast to capture with any regular camera or even the human eye. I was interested in how it would look because people can’t really see how a water balloon pops because it happens so fast. I learned about my…

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    From the start of Charles D’Ambrosio’s “The Point”, a surreal and symbolic tone is set forth as the protagonist Kurt awakens from a nightmare in the middle of the night. In this dream, Kurt attends a circus with his father, and they are both holding helium balloons. However, while Kurt’s balloon is tied around his finger, his father “ties his around a stringbean and lost it.” Although upon first reading this scene does not have context for the reader, as the story unfolds, it becomes clear…

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    got out water balloon and bopper balloons , they started to fill them up with water. Jaylen and I were going to walk to our grandpa and grandma’s camper to ask for the gator keys , but they were laying out on the table in front of the camper so we grab them. Afterwards we got into the gator and started it and went off with it. We all got 3 buckets full of water balloon and bopper balloon , Ross got out to open the gate, then he jump back in the gator after got we got in there , I had to jump out…

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    So I wanted to make a game out of them getting washed off because they hate taking showers, so I went and got water balloons and we filled them up. Filling them up though was a struggle because their house is newly built so everywhere was dirt or mud and we couldn’t fill the balloons in the house or else water would be everywhere. We ended up filling up the balloons on the side of the house where the hose are hooked up at. After filling up like 20 balloons we all started to slip because the…

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    Balloon Inflation

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    aiming to blow the balloon. It was interesting for me to see and talk less during the experiment because it is when they begin to gain confidence and independence. Pairing them to observe and identify the balloon inflation was worthwhile; it gave them strong social network. The second objective was exacting and meaningful. The children were able to demonstrate the mixture of vinegar and baking soda. They were curious to see the outcome and figure out how the gas was produced. For instance: They…

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    Balloon Monologue

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    Follow me. 'What?' You questioned, not understanding the situation. The eternal darkness you were in confused you. Was this a dream? You felt for your body but your chest felt kinda plastic. You looked down on yourself in surprise, seeing that you were a little boy holding a balloon. This body you were in reminded you of the phantom that you encountered before. You realized that platforms spawned, levitating in the air with a balloon stuck midair on each level. Without thinking, you…

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    bear named Balloon. Balloon is light blue with a white stomach that has a red balloon, which is how she got her name. When I was younger, my mother won her for me at a carnival. Since my mother won her for me, I used to think of Balloon as a connection to my mother whenever either one of us were not home. I always slept with her and took her with me whenever I had a sleepover. Whenever I had a sleepover, or my mom was working late and I was going to sleep before she got home, I would tell…

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    Ban Metallic Balloon

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    What would the world be like without balloons? If lawmakers are successful of banning balloons this is what the world would be like? These banning balloons have now become a conservation topic.This conservation was discussed in a video,” California Aims to Ban Metallic Balloons to Reduce Power Outages, an article ”Parties can be Fun Without Balloons,” by Natalie Romero and another article called “Balloons Bring Joy To Millions,” by Theo Lewis. While the authors presented their arguments in…

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    CORONARY STENTS Before stents were used, balloon angioplasty was used to treat narrowed coronary arteries. This involved inserting a very thin, long, balloon-tipped tube into an artery where there was a blockage. The balloon at the tip of the catheter was inflated to compress the blockage and restore blood flow. It was then deflated to remove the catheter and balloon but because no support was left at the site of the blockage, in some cases, the artery collapsed. This is why small stents were…

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    Can you imagine a balloon causing an entire grid of electricity to go out? Local lawmakers in California are trying to ban balloons and this is causing a controversy. This news was discovered in a video called, “California Bill Aims To Ban Metallic Balloons To Reduce Power Outages,” an article, “Parties Can Be Fun Without Balloons,” By Natalie Romero, and another article, “Balloons Bring Joy To Millions,” By Theo lewis. While the authors discussed the same topic, they used different rhetorical…

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