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    apologizing changes nothing, people don’t do it. This is true, but when you don’t take responsibility for something no one feels better what happened. I Know What You Did Last Summer is a high-energy must-read novel that teaches a valuable life lesson that holds true for today’s teenagers: take responsibility for what you do. In I Know What You Did Last Summer, the author uses conflict to teach us to own up to what we do even if it is something bad. For example, “He’s going to kill me, Julie thought incredulously. He’s going to kill me, because of what I’ve done!”. The characters didn’t own up to their vehicular manslaughter on a little boy; therefor, the characters were threatened by a relative of the boy and were almost killed since they didn’t take the blame. Additionally, not owning up to something can have a huge affect on someone’s life…

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    In the article, “Why We Crave Horror Movies,” Stephen King informs his readers with his opinion that humans have a craving for being frightened. King gives examples of how all humans are insane in their own way. It could be from fearing hysterically, to talking to themselves when stressed. Horror films are what exercise that side to humans, which gives entertainment and a thrill of excitement being scared. King also gets into the topic of emotions of kindness gets applauded, while…

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    I wasn't entirely sure what to expect going into Gravy, as judging it solely by the cover made you think it was going to be some cheesy low budget flick, trying way too hard to be funny. Boy is my face red! Gravy was a witty, gory and all around fun time, full of laughter, copious amounts of blood splatter and storyline that was quick paced and with straight for the jugular, literally. PRODUCT INFORMATION PLOT SUMMARY MOVIE Fans of the TV series It's Always Sunny in Philadephia may notice…

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    own method and this where the areas that I thought I would have the most difficulties in achieving. Communicate with Logic and Emotion Dr. Stephen Covey explained that we are all unique, therefore, we communicate and interpret information differently and if no two minds think exactly the same we need to express our ideas in a logical manner and with an open heart.…

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    Frankly I don’t know how to start this valedictorian speech, I spent countless of hours going through YouTube videos and google searches on how to make a valedictorian speech. It had to be inspiring, reflective, and relatable. While I can go on and talk about how we’re going to on to the next chapter in our lives and how wonderful this place is, I’m not, because it makes this speech just another valedictorian speech that most of you probably won’t remember or don’t even care about. Many see our…

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    What would the outcome on the island be if the Confucius showed up on the island? Would it have been better or worse, would the boys behaved better or worse? When Piggy and Ralph say something they know that it will affect other people in certain ways. If they want anyone to do something instantly then they would do it. When Jack treats other people poorly or is bossy towards other people it affects them. If Jack is rude to someone it is going to make them feel upset. If Confucius would have…

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    There’s an old saying, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” This is what politics in the office is about; being liked by the appropriate people and getting noticed so that you may get ahead. Upper management are in a power position to give promotion and make major business decisions. Power is described as the person ability to influence others. If an individual has the ability to control merits of rewards or even apply punishments they are in a position of power. Peer pressure can…

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    supplies and an old medical droid. “I know you were injured.” He nodded towards the droid who had activated at the entry. It walked stiffly towards the table and waited for her to climb up. Jorgan crossed his arms and leaned against another table as she removed the hideous chest piece he’d lent her. When she didn’t answer, he continued. “He is an odd one, I’ll give you that.” He was…

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    into the C range and you need to raise it back up to a B so you can keep your B average. How are you going to do it? You’re going to ace the next paper that’s how! Well that’s the plan at least, but you’ve been sitting in front of a blank word document for the past hour and a half. Maybe you’ve opened a note book to “review the material”, or maybe you’re really ambitious and opened the text book. It doesn’t matter though, no matter what you do all you can think of is, “Why am I even in this…

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    All street lights which usually made the street blaze in the night were off. The boy looked up at the full moon in the sky, which was shining through the clouds. “All of this could not be real,” he thought. Suddenly, Xavier’s eyes were blinded by the green light which exploded in the distance. It was huge and bright, and was gleaming like a fire. As it was spreading its rays, lighting up its surroundings, Xavier felt like it was calling for him. He was surprised that no one in the neighboring…

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