Naruto: Ultimate Ninja

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Day Off Of School

    his things and lead [Y/N] to the first floor. Meanwhile, Naruto with Hinata and Neji were looking for [Y/N]. When they were dismissed, the first thing they did was go to the fourth floor. Knowing [Y/N] for three months and half, they would expect [Y/N] lounging around, waiting for someone to pick her up. Not that she would actually wait for someone to pick her up. The trio, especially Naruto wanted to play outside for a snowball fight, snow angels, or a gigantic snowman. “Gah! There’s too many people!” Naruto complains. “If only she have a phone!” “M-Maybe she’s down in the first floor. We should had did that in the first place, Naruto-kun.” “You think she’s there?” Naruto asks. “We wouldn’t know.” Neji said. As they walked down, they met up with the Uchihas. “SASUKE!!” Naruto shouts. Sasuke turns around, giving that ‘what-do-you-want-loser’ look. “Have you seen, [Y/N] anywhere?” Naruto asks. Surprisingly, the Uchihas were looking for [Y/N] too. They wanted to play boards games with her. “No, I haven’t seen her.” Sasuke said in his natural tone. “Really? I wonder where could she be…” Naruto begins ruffling his hair as this was getting very frustrated. There’s too many people and [Y/N] could be anywhere. “Maybe, we should all look for her.” Shisui suggested. “Who’s we?” Neji asks. Shisui responds, “As you may know, we’re looking for her too.” “Huh? What will you three be doing with her?” Naruto asks. “The same goes for you. What will you three…

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  • Naruto: A Fictional Narrative

    Disclaimer: I do not own Naruto, it belongs to its respectful owner: Masashi Kishimoto. This is a non-profit work, thank-you! "Sasuke..." Danzo spoke slowly, even he had pity for this clan. "I want you to slaughter every single one of the Uchiha clan, children and all." Je explained without the suttlest of any feeling. "..." Sasuke didn't even give a second thought. The air shifted and it was colder than ever before, such a beautiful night would be wasted. He clenched his fist in frustration.…

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  • How Sport Changed My Life

    Ever since I was young sports have always been a part of my life and they continue to be part of my life today. I am always playing a sport year round and I have played soccer, track, cross country, basketball, baseball, football, lacrosse, and ultimate Frisbee. When I was looking for a college I wanted to go to a school where I could play both soccer and track and that is the main reason I picked BC. Physical fitness is the most important to me, but emotional health is also important. When I…

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  • Frisbee Business Model

    Group Description SOL Ultimate Frisbee is the group that I’m apart of. This year I joined Eau Claire’s Women Ultimate Frisbee team (SOL), they are a fun group to be included in. I joined SOL because I’ve played Ultimate Frisbee during high school; it was one of my favorite memories. Being a part of Ultimate Frisbee Everyone on the team has the shared identity; which is Ultimate Frisbee. The reason people join Ultimate Frisbee is to make friends and play a pretty awesome sport. The girls on the…

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  • Miles Morales Spider-Man Is A Superhero

    from the superhero criteria norm, Marvel recently rebranded Spider-Man as Miles Morales, a black hispanic kid and successor to a deceased Peter Parker, in a parallel universe. The Miles Morales’ Spider-Man universe gives readers a subtle insight on the environment and psyche of a minority youth underneath the hero versus villain plot. While creators have had success with predominantly Caucasian and male superheroes, they should look to represent more diversity because it would expand the…

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  • Analysis: Relieving Tensions Through Unconventional Methods

    Saturday, to the sound of a grandfather clock, as a way of being in the moment and calming down. Meditation proved to be enjoyful and beneficial, but the soreness also proved to be a distraction, thus I opted to employ a different method for coping. Firstly, I will introduce Connor McGregor and his philosophy and how he copes with his situations. Next, I will report out the benefits of using Connor’s outlandish methods. Thirdly, I will explain what I discovered and what I learned throughout the…

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  • Personal Narrative-My First Motorcycle

    because you just might get it”. Those were the words that raced to my mind on a breezy winter morning as I my body had an impromptu intimate meeting with the damp asphalt, my limp body rolling across the black top like a bowling ball only never to reach the pins. Just continuing to roll and roll occasionally saying hello to the beautiful lavender sky before being reintroduced to my new lover, Mr. Asphalt. Upon finally reaching a stop, and trying to prop myself up my left wrist snapped backwards…

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  • Rhonda Rousey Men's Fitness Analysis

    Judo. After retiring, Rousey had a job as a bartender and lived out of her car until she joined the Glendale Fighting Club. In August of 2010, she made her amateur debut in mixed martial arts and gained a victory by an armbar in just 23 seconds. Her next two amatuer bouts ended via armbar submission after 57 seconds and 24 seconds. As she turned pro, Rousey demolished any opponent that stepped in her way in less than a minute each time. By March of 2012, Ronda Rousey became the Strikeforce…

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  • Little Lucky Case Summary

    A proximate cause of event must is a natural sequence, unbroken by any new cause which without if that event would not have occurred. Rider 171 N.Y. at 138. In Nola’s case, the proximate cause of her death was her witnessing the death of her husband which resulted from the wrongful action of the Jackson brothers. However, the sequence of event is broken by Nola’s bad heart that resulted into a heart attack, which is the ultimate cause of her death. Therefore, the Jackson brother’s wrongful…

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  • The California Kid Faber Analysis

    Faber and Cruz shared bad blood over the years and it really kicked off when Faber gave Cruz his first loss back at WEC 26 where he made Cruz tap out. Following his loss to Faber, Cruz would stick in the WEC until the pair met again at UFC 128 where Cruz defeated Faber to win the inaugural UFC bantamweight championship. Faber and Cruz over the next few years will continue to exchange words with each other and even coached against each other on The Ultimate Fighter: Live but their trilogy and…

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