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  • What Is The Best Memories Of My Childhood Essay

    I was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona until the age of seven. By the time I was turning eight, my Mother had moved me and my older brother Dave to the reservation. We moved to Sacaton, Arizona (on the Gila River Indian Community Reservation). We lived in a house on the last street called Wihog St. It was a white three bedroom, one bathroom, and floor had pale white tiles in all the rooms. Growing up in that house on held the best memories of childhood life In the front yard there…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Fishing Research Paper

    The Unequipped Fisherman Fishing on my families 14 foot aluminum boat at Lake Ponemah, I encountered an evasive pike who evaded capture because I failed to prepare the necessary fishing equipment. I was about 8 years old at the time, but I remember every detail; from the exact time my brother father and I entered the boat, to the tree on our lucky island. I recall pulling up near the superstitious island, and dropping anchor while I gathered my preferred equipment. During my first cast, I…

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  • Videogames: The Negative Effects Of Video Games

    Video Gamings Video games can teach us many things, since many games today are multi-player online they can help your social skills. They can help you think new ways to solve problems for example say you are stuck in a certain level in the game it will have you thinking different way to beat, and playing video games could even make you a living, some Youtubers don’t have jobs but they make their living by playing video games same with game testers, pro gaming teams or MLG teams, and even the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Video Games

    Shane Dell Section 4120 Dr. Burke October 11, 2016 The Many Perspectives of Video Games The attitude towards video games is that they are too gruesome, violent and can kill brain cells. Video games are pieces of art created from the very creative minds of computer programmers. There’s a lot more to video games then just shooting and killing people online there is a crazy amount of coding that goes into every single game. Yes, some video games can be violent and bloody but that’s why they get a…

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  • English Composition Analysis

    English Composition Honors 1010 set out to instruct and improve on the writing skills on its students focusing of five learning outcomes. Here is my story. This semester my writing has evolved due to my understanding of context in relation to writing format and styles. Through my own self-evaluation of my own papers, this passed semester I’ve overcome stagnation as a writer. I’ve moved on from my algorithmic method of churning out essays, which often leads to writer’s block. Since then, I have…

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  • How To Get Screen Time Essay

    constantly watching TV; I just didn 't have the attention span back then. I remember when I got my first gaming system and although I didn’t freak out like that kid in the christmas video about the N64 I was definitely super excited to get my own Nintendo 64. I’m pretty sure it was the first system I ever had and I definitely spent time on it playing Donkey Kong…

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  • Computer Warfare In The 1950's

    gun that is compact, light, and reliable. Guns would be changed slightly to accommodate more modern attachments, but most guns would stem of similar designs to HK's. Gunships or attack helicopters would be changed as well with the addition of the AH-64 or the Apache in 1984.9 The Cobra was a smaller more nimble gunships but lacked the power to carry large munitions thus, the Apache was born. The Apache was much more technologically advanced than the Cobra. Many weapons would be tethered with the…

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  • The Hobbit Adventure

    Reading was my favorite hobby because my family did notinvest in nice gadgets, as my mom would say, such as a Gameboy or Nintendo 64 or even a nice computer. The games I did play were some religious games meant to teach children about the Gospels or the classic Mario games. Both lacked the rich stories of the books that I cherished. Going back to when I was first introduced to…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Video Games

    morning. As a young kid little did I know about the world of art, graphics, storyboards, and all the other things associated with video games. When my cousin came home from school it was his duty to entertain me and one day he introduced me to his Nintendo 64. Yup, one of the greatest video gaming consoles of all time that introduced 3-D games. This whole new world enticed me at the moment I picked up that controller and started to move Mario around on the screen, or even battle with my…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay On Abandonment

    something that could destroy someone or help build and shape them. Growing up seemed pretty normal, until looking back and thinking about everything that has happened in the past as an adult. Childhood consisted of eating cereal and playing Mario on my Nintendo 64. Mom and Dad got hitched, due to my arrival, when they were only seventeen. All seemed well. I saw a lot of fighting and bickering, but was pretty absorbed with playing video games or watching Adult Swim. My dad left a few years later…

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