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    Essay On Babysitters

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    With all the home projects completed upstairs, construction began on the two bedrooms in the basement that would house all five girls. Max and Hanna had to make numerous trips to the department and hardware stores to purchase home furnishings and building materials. On occasion, they took all seven children, making them wait in the car while they shopped. Other times, a sitter was hired to tend to this rambunctious bunch. Types of babysitters evolved as they grew older. One time, the babysitter was a young man in his early twenties. Max and Hanna had gone out for the evening, leaving him in charge of all seven, ages ranging from one to ten. He was, by far, the most creative and engaging babysitter they ever had. He took Max’s best neckties, tied them tightly around each neck, and taught the children to act like circus animals. Coming home at the end of the evening, Hanna nearly had a heart attack when she couldn’t get the knots untied and had to use scissors to cut off all seven neckties. Tossing the ruined ties into the trash she fumed, “He’s never coming back here again!” ~ If only Max and Hanna had been fifteen minutes late. I could have killed off at least one of these brats with a homemade noose. I think Time is in cahoots with the KINGDOM. ~ The next babysitter and least favorite was Molly, the oldest. At twelve years of age, Max and Hanna were confident she could keep an eye on the children for a short period of time. Now the siblings didn’t intentionally try to make…

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    We all love screaming. So why don’t we do it more? I’ll tell you why! It’s because it is not socially acceptable, and that is really quite horrible, because there are so many positives to screaming. I’m sure that I am not the only one who thinks that it’s not fair that when a child screams, it’s completely normal, or at least not completely unheard of. Yet, if basically anyone older than 6 or 7 were to scream in public, they would be judged, or stared at by complete strangers, and that needs to…

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    I was heartbroken, for the first time in my life. We were walking back to our houses from our neighborhood Christmas party. It was the 3 of us; Emily, Margs, and me. We have been friends forever because we all lived close together; but in school we all were in different friend groups. In school it was as if we didn’t even know each other. We were all talking about what we wanted for Christmas. I asked Emily, “Don’t you want a dog?” She answered “Of course, but my stupid brother is allergic to…

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    It was cold and ordinary evening on March 5, 1770, when I was walking down King street with my friend Henry. As were walking past the Custom House a young wig maker's apprentice walked up to a British soldier and insulted him because he had not payed for a wig. Another British soldier had walked out and scolded the young boy for disrespecting a British soldier. The boy exchanged insults with the soldier so he pulled out his musket and struck the boy on the side of the head. A stream of chills…

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    Screaming fans and the aroma of popcorn filling the air at the football game. Looking up into the stands, I can see the support from all the student section fans and how proud they are of the team they are supporting. I see a loud, obnoxious yelling fool, he obviously thinks he is the coach. There is also the guy that is sitting down not cheering but patiently watching to see if the team is going to come through or not. Differences surround the football field, and that is what makes up the…

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    It was a cold night in Linesville Valley. The sky was a very dark blue and calm, with a few sparkling stars. There were no birds chirping, no cars roaming the old streets. Downtown, many people were in the large Quentin’s Movie House, watching the monster movies Them! and The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms. Suddenly, a sound was heard. It wasn’t some cheap fifties’ gimmick; it was something real. It was heard by everyone in town. Families tried to adjust the antennae of their static-stricken sets.…

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    “Oh, no. Oh, no, no, no, no! This is going to be bad I know it will!” I think. The internet is down so I can’t do any research either! I need to stop and think of all the possibilities it could be. “Not a volcano, not an earthquake, not a mudslide, not a tsunami, not a drought. That leaves Tornado and Hurricane. Great I’m back to these two again. We’re not that close to the ocean so that leaves tornado. I didn’t think we could get those up here!” I consider. I have to warn people! But how? I…

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    After the song finished, the two was being shot at by someone next to the crowd. People were screaming and scattering to leave the exit. The Duke and Shadow started to flee to the back stage. While they are running for their lives, Duke turns around and noticed that there are two men chasing them with guns in their hands and were shooting at them. "GET BACK HERE, PUNK ASS MOTHERFUCKERS!" Yelled one of the armed men. "TALKING ALL THAT SHIT ABOUT US BLOODS!" "IT'S JUST A SONG, ASSHOLES!" Yelled…

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    “Where are you going?” he cried out as I went farther away. I searched the ground, looking for something we could use. It’s not like I could find a mirror just lying around. I rushed, trying to find it before more robots came, before the grenades went off. Then, there it was; a piece of broken window on the ground. I quickly grabbed it and ran back to my teacher. Mr. Jacks looked relieved when he saw me coming. I shoved the glass into the force field and the gap was made. “You go first, Kate.”…

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    Dangerous. Uncontrollable. Do not approach. These were the words that were plastered over the metal fence. Many heroic stories start with a protagonist, me in this case, and the protagonist is forced to go into danger to save the lives of others. I was about to jump over this fence to save a life, and that life was my own. The story starts on a Tuesday. There was nothing different about this day. I woke up to my parents arguing about the cereal. The sun was shining just like it did on Monday. I…

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