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  • Personal Narrative: Sleepwalking

    I had recently woken up and was still in bed. I reached over to grab my pack of Juicy Fruit and pop two pieces in my mouth. I checked my clock and it was 6:00 AM. I noticed my covers were alongside my bed. That's weird, I mean for normal people but I have a tendency for sleepwalking so I guess it’s pretty normal. “Shoot! Dammit!” I whispered as I remembered my science project was due 1st period. “Oh no no no, C’mon!” I followed up with after I opened my computer and it started to buzz and whir…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Dangers Of Backpacking

    up to a horrible surprise. While asleep this kid in my tent wet the bed for some duration of time that allowed the piss to soak through his sleeping bag and into the tent where it soaked into my duffel bag. This was the nastiest thing I have ever experienced. I couldn 't believe how much this 11 year old kid could piss while sleeping. My whole duffel was soaked and I didn 't want to touch anything in that tent. The other kids in that tent somehow avoided anything being soaked with piss. Now the…

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  • Environmental Effects Of Ridding Of Plastic Bags

    The video shows that ridding of plastic bags is possible, but there needs to be a change. Plastic bags are environmental hazardous, and even though there is a simple solution they are still being used. Until we show companies that plastic bags are no longer needed or wanted companies will still use them. There are many negative environmental effects of having plastic bags. Besides being unsightly plastic bags adds to the negative effects of greenhouse gases. According to the Northern Territory…

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  • Creative Writing: The City Of Locked Doors

    in? Nothing, thought the man, he shouldn’t open the door—but no. No, curiousity lashed out, longing to seize control—! The man had made his way across the room and he threw the door open violently, revealing a little old lady grasping a brown paper bag. Her mouth gaped in surprise for a second or two, but quickly returned to a natural looking, business-like frown, her brows furrowed and eyes bright with intent. “Detective Firstname Lastname?” she said with a heavy English; and—on seeing the…

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  • Life Without Plastic Essay

    becomes greater because most of the plastic takes a long time to break down. The plastic that is in the sea will thus remain there if no one picks it up. Many sea turtles examined eaten plastic bags. Scientists believe they easily confuse plastic bags with jellyfish, which sea turtles happily munches on. Plastic bags can at worst choke turtles or be in the way of real food . Some other animals very often eaten plastic are seabirds. There are sea birds, marine mammals and turtles that have…

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  • Scarlet Skye Character Analysis

    Scarlett Skye was an average girl. She is 17 years old and 5 foot 10 inches, she had dirty blonde hair and blue eyes that are as bright as the sky. She has an oval face with peachy skin, she has slightly plumped lips and a nose that fits perfectly on her face. She has a model like body that is slim, she not weak girl, she is the strongest girl in the school. She is very athletic and very determined to win, she loves to play lacrosse, soccer, track, cross country and basketball. She was voted…

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  • Persuasive Speech About Traveling

    that would be really hard to remember it. This is why I’m here to help you out, the first method I would prefer is having a notebook and a pencil so you can start writing the items that you are getting to you, the day that you start packing up your bags you will start crossing out the item that you found and have already been put in. The most common mistake that everyone gets through is that they start writing their items in the notebook at the last moment, which is kind of hard because you…

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  • Short Story: The Dead Don T Talk

    Chapter Two The Dead Don’t Talk Meeting with the agency’s co-founder, Twist Top-secret hideout Thursday, 10:30 a.m. Oliver Twistleton (a.k.a. Twist), an associate at the Deadwood Detective Agency, was waiting for Seth and me in our tree house—sorry, our top-secret hideout—complete with its three-legged desk and secondhand chairs. Against one wall was a shelf stacked with bins of hardware—tiny screws, bolts, fuses, gears and enough silicone to fill a basin. Next to the door was a poster of a…

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  • The Ultimate Survival Warm

    OP80577 The ultimate Survival Hacks for staying warm and dry from head to feet Introduction Going camping is one thing that a lot of people only dream about. The outdoors, creeping sounds at night and the freezing cold temperatures. Camping is fun, if you know how to keep warm. Staying warm at night may be the only thing that matters on your camping trip or if you happen to get stuck outdoors. Freezing cold temperatures can completely change the trajectory of your day from a good one, to the…

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  • Descriptive Essay About My Gym

    In the locker room are Dan and Jason. I say hello and continue on to my locker. More people come in and everyone starts talking about how bad their day was. It's almost a daily contest to see who can have bragging rights for having the worst day, perhaps they want sympathy or maybe they just like to complain a lot. I find it humorous that a bunch of guys who come in every day to train and beat on each other can complain so much, so I laugh at them and leave the locker room. I start…

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