Hit Him Again

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  • The Red Ball: A Fictional Narrative

    I 'm pretty sure Alex got hit that most, soon followed by Brian, then me. I managed to get at least one bruise on my left arm, my right shoulder was turning blue, and my butt had a large red mark furiously forming. I 'd rather not talk about that one. Marcy and Damon came out basically unscathed, only getting one bruise from each other. They were the last two left , everyone else stood on the sidelines silently cheering for their team to win, each holding a red ball between their sweaty palms. Everyone had little droplets of sweat falling to the ground from their exposed skin. Luke sat next to me, us both leaning forward, absorbed in the game. They…

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  • Apology For Apology In School

    I decided to pay my respect to teachers, and always pay attention and never speak while others are talking. I am very sorry once again. There is nothing else I can say. I apologize deeply. My actions were wrong I should not have laughed at you, or at the other teachers. Once again there was no humor in what you had to say. The punishment you gave us is ridiculous. This essay is all right, but the suspension, is not the right thing to do. There are kids that vandalize school property and skip…

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  • The Humbug: A Short Story

    This was a once prosperous and organized nation. It was built by three talented foreign brothers: Proculo, Cramor, and Stimulos. They created the name Procrasti-Nation on a whim, but still thought it was pretty cool so they stuck with it. It’s purpose was to fulfill their dreams of building the biggest and best resort and vacation area, one where people could leave all their troubles behind for a while and do less important stuff. The brothers would hold all of the important work that the…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Listening To My Story

    jerry was gone he ran away from the orphanage just before his mom got out people say it's our fault really our fault that he hit me broke my nose messed up my face for a long time and now my nose is messed up and since i was so little only 6 my nose was completely broken and it won't heal and know it looks like i have a big wart scar thing on my nose AND I HATE IT.but i have to live with it and it's part of me and it's now who i am but i do want to say i wish this never happened but time travel…

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  • Victoria Secret Body Image Analysis

    effects self-esteem and confidence interchangeably. Teenagers are more prone to be effected by these characteristics because of their positon in society and their desire to be accepted. In a popular teen magazine, Colleen Moody writes an article about the skinny body image being taken too far (Moody). As a teenager, Moody experiences first-hand the effects of not being accepted into the world of the perfect body. Moody saw how badly her friend wanted to be skinny. No one wanted to be the chubby…

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  • Hills Like White Elephants Ernest Hemingway Analysis

    Armand was so caught up in how his town and even how his slaves would react to the thought of his black baby, he allowed those negative feelings and fears control his actions and feelings. Maybe he could have loved this baby if he had given it the chance, instead he made his decisions on how society would look at him, a plantation owner with a black baby doesn’t make one really popular around town, and it seems that he just did what was best for his image instead of his family. Instead of loving…

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  • Analysis Of Trauma Junkkie By Janice Hudson

    A mindset or emotional support is often overlooked. Anyone who wants to succeed, but tends to stumble knows this well. Everyone wants to be the best there ever was in a certain profession, unfortunately those who want to succeed occasionally have distractions which cause them to “screw up” that take over his or her ability to put the past behind them and notice the flowers blooming outside. In Janice Hudson’s memoir Trauma Junkie, Hudson takes her reader on a series of CLASTAR (California…

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  • Student Strengths And Weaknesses

    me to teach the same lesson, and have students aiming to reach the same goal. By adding variety to my lesson planning, I will be able to create a fun and engaging environment that will consist of lots of technology. Technology is an important factor in 21st century learning, because technology envelopes our present students. Another way that these chart findings will inform my instructional planning is by figuring out how I will assess the class. Because not all of my students have the same…

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  • Essay On Personal Goals

    Purpose is demonstrated through the way a person lives their life, the goals they set, and consequently their psyche. More importantly, my “Purpose Paper” goes over my long term goals, short term goals, and what will result after they are achieved. Briefly my goals all fall into one finish line, academically get my college degree in order to pursue a career that’s stable to support my personal life with family friends etc. It’s been embedded into our central intelligence to follow the strict…

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  • Free College Admissions Essays: Who Am I?

    Who Am I ? “Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” Dr. Seuss once wrote this poem which was music to my ears growing up. It fascinated me to think that in this gigantic world filled with 7 billion people that I was the only Amanda A Laryea to ever walk its surface. Until about 8 years later on a random Facebook search, I found about four other individuals who share my name. However, our similar names do not connote similar personality…

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