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    Lucas Carpenter is born on August 17, 2002. His grandmother is born on the same day. His middle name is William. His mother’s name is Rizza and his father’s name is Mike. Lucas has lots of personalities. He is very fascinating. He has a lot of hobbies and likes animals. In prospective, Lucas has a lot of good qualities you may not know. Lucas has many amusing characteristics. Some of them are that he is smart, funny, caring, and sarcastic. He is smart because he gets very excellent grades, but…

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    On Saturday 04/15/17 at 2258 hours I was dispatched to a residential burglary in progress at 12924 SE 301st ST in the City of Auburn, King Co, WA. Dispatch advised Jackie Chapman stated her neighbor, Coreen Wood, who lives at the above address, asked her to call 911, because people were breaking into her residence. Dispatch also advised Chapman stated Wood was out of town in Las Vegas, and was receiving text messages from college students living in her residence stating a tall black male was…

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    Battle Of Brandywine

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    Washington just loss at Battle of Brandywine and had to retreat. He was getting his army to regroup. Luckily for Washington, British General Howe stayed in Brandywine celebrating his victory. Four days after Howe learned the Americans were only ten miles north of him. He prepared and sent his army after them. Washington intercepted a message that said Howe was planning an attack and ready his troops. On September 16th, both armies stood across from each other on either side of a valley. Once the…

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    I was born in the wrong century; a combination of an imperfect school education and broad parents produced a curious child who dreamed of many different occupations. Growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, I’ve seen interests and talents splattered across the entire state. There were Spring Lake Middle School sport coaches who researched different exercises for training players, cross country runners who dabbled in cancer research, and many more occupations. Thus, these people influenced my…

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    t 's been a few years since I 've been to Clementon, so having the day off last Wednesday I took a ride up to see the town. In the 1970s I lived in an apartment on Blackwood-Clementon Road in Lindenwold and had a friend who lived on top of the Park Grill. The town had a distinct look, with its older buildings, pool hall, and feed store – something you don 't usually see at the mall. Most of my time there was spent drinking beer in the Park Grill or drinking beer and eating seafood at the Palm…

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    On April 17, 2015, a protest group, which included Eric Sheppard, walked on the American Flag in the front of Odum Library at Valdosta State University. This was in an effort to protest racism in our country. Shortly after, a local veteran, Michelle Manhart, was detained for taking the flag from the protest group in what was her attempt to be able to dispose of the ripped flag properly. She was not charged but was banned from VSU in the future (ValdostaDailyTimes). I could not believe what I was…

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    Imagine your happy place; imagine how much money it costs to get into that place and how you feel when you arrive at your happy place. Imagine only having to pay $1 as an admission fee to your happy place. Back in 1955 that was the cost you would have to pay to get into a place that many people adore (Blasingame). Disneyland makes a ton of money a year solely based on how much money it takes to actually get into the parks. To gain a better understanding, I will first preview the history of…

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    “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner is a short story that is divided into five sections. In section I, the entire town is at Miss Emily’s funeral, which is held at her home. The mayor, Colonel Sartoris has suspended Emily’s tax responsibilities to the town after her father’s death. But, the new generation of the town isn’t happy with this arrangement. However, they try to get her to pay the tax, but she refuses to pay the taxes. In section II, Emily is single at the age of thirty because her…

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    Dennis Lynn Rader was a serial killer born on March 9th, 1945 in Pittsburg, Arkansas (see figure one.) He was the oldest of three other brothers born to William and Dorothea Rader. At a young age Rader’s parents moved the family to Wichita, Arkansas. Growing up Dennis Rader was a normal child. He was surprisingly involved with organizations such as the boys scout club and church activities. According to interviews Rader admitted he had thoughts of strangulation as a young child, it is known…

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    of the Free Soil Party for some time, Hans went on to join the new Republic party. After that, Hans’s political career skyrocketed; he became a supervisor in the Town of Norway, Racine County and justice of the peace. Later, Hans became chairman of the Town Board of Norway. Next, he was appointed to the Racine County Board of Supervisors. Due to his successful start in his political career, although his stay was brief, Hans decided to leave his family farm and move to Waterford, Wisconsin.…

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