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    As I walked down the hallway of the Memorial Union, I search for the staircase that will bring me to my haven for the next hour and a half. After I expressed worry to my friend that I would have nowhere to go during my long class breaks, she told me that Sparky’s Den is where she goes to hang out between classes. As I descended down the gray staircase, I pictured what the room would look like; with a name like Sparky’s Den, I saw a crowded room with dark brown wooden paneling on the walls, dim lighting, red, plush booths lining the walls, and gives off a sports bar atmosphere; you can imagine my surprise when I reached the bottom of the stairs and looked into a bland, white room with light brown finishes lining the walls with thirty-or-so tables and booths, and two long couches. As I walked through the opening in the room, I was hit with a cool blast of air. While the Memorial Union was cool, it was no match to the artic breeze of Sparky’s Den; as the cold air hit me, goosebumps rose all over my body. One of my first assumptions upon entering the room was that most of the people were here just to escape the blistering heat of the Arizona sun, a judgement I still believe to this day.…

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    the shop which had been turned to ESPN, a sports channel. Although, the sound from the TV was very feint you could hear the voices of the broadcasters talking. The most overwhelming sound was what seemed to be a large fan behind the main counter, which flooded the whole store. Another sound I noticed was the sound of the customers and the employees. There were some idle conversations from students about an assignment and there were people at the counter ordering their food. After observing for…

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    A knife, milk jug, backpack, some hair accessories and an extra pair of shoelaces are all I need to survive the attack of the Undead. Assuming that it's lunch time when the outbreak begins, I would immediately run towards the closet that connects all the science classrooms. My school is a relatively old building with various closets all interconnected by winding hallways. The science closet is a hallway connecting the chemistry, anatomy, physics, and earth science classrooms. The cavernous…

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    the most convenient layout for it provides sufficient seating arrangements without hampering the commodious nature of the room. Larger rooms can have a couple of sofas placed face to face and an armchair or two. This is helpful if the homeowner is in the practice of inviting a fairly large number of guests regularly. The space between the sofas and chairs can be filled in by small side tables to hold the lamps, books or a few items of decor. Some adjustment would be necessary to decorate a small…

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    What Is Ethan Couch

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    The story behind these cases is interesting because it shows a difference in the system when one has money and one doesn’t. Ethan couch was drunk driving a vehicle with the age of 16 not only was he underage drinking but wasn’t supposed to be driving under such conditions. He crash against a crowd of people and took the life of four innocent people. In the other case we have a young man with the same age named, Eric B. Miller, who took ten dollars from his grandfather and used it to buy vodka.…

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    Couch Fitz Book Report

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    To become successful in life sometimes you need the help of others. In the case of Michael Lewis he had couch Fitz to learn from, they met when Michael was only 12 years old. Couch Fitz taught Michael the meaning of hard work, determination and how to face challenges. Couch Fitz helped “how to cope with the two greatest enemies of a well-lived life, fear and failure” as said in the book “COUCH: Lessons on the game of life”. That being said Couch Fitz was trying to teach Michael and the rest of…

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    In the case of Ethan Couch, he comes from a wealthy family with parents who never set limits for him. Four people lost their lives because of Couch, who was a drunk teenager who caused the crash. On his behalf his defense said that being a youth he is a victim of “affluenza” and his parents should share some of the blame because they never set boundaries for him and always made sure he got whatever he wanted. Couch’s family believes being wealthy gives them the privilege. There was no justice…

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    You were currently sitting on Tim's very clean couch. He laid down a plastic cover the couch and you brought a towel to sit just in case the plastic decided not to cover the couch either. You placed your face inside the cracks of your hands, having absolutely no idea what to do. You could either A) Leave and Find something then come back with it or B) See what Tim's up to right now. Pondering over which option you wanted to consider, you went with option B and got, leaving the forsaken, shiny…

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    This paper is a story about how I went from a lazy couch potato to becoming a hard working young man. Do you know what it’s like to lose all of your free time? Teenagers need to learn how to balance school, work, sports, and a social life. One hundred percent of people are satisfied when they get paid for the first time. To begin, not knowing anything about the work force, I was scared to apply. My brother, who already worked at Chick-fil-a, talked to the owner and helped me get the job. He…

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    Couch Potato Santa, the first play hosted at my new school, and I got the role of playing Blitzen. I raced home so eager to tell my mom that I secured the role. I couldn’t wait for the next three months to pass so I could preform this play flawlessly for her; therefore, day in and day out I practiced my lines since it was not often that my mom could come to see my school functions. Now it is the day of the performance and looking out into the crowd, I see no one, but as they say… the show must…

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