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  • Stomach Flu-Personal Narrative

    I ended up watching TV for the rest of the day and I remember watching Scooby Doo the movie and The Fantastic 4. I was kind of bored because all I could really do was sit around and do nothing but watch TV and lay on the couch because I felt horrible. As I looked out at the snow it looked like the white cloudy sky. After a while my mom came back home from work and I ate dinner and went to bed and the next morning I felt better and went to school a little mad that I spend my now day sick…

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  • Narrative Essay About Grandpa

    I leaped off of the chair and ran to the sofa where I plopped myself on its cushiony goodness and continued watching my cartoons. Now another one of my favorite shows was on, Scooby doo. A show about a talking dog and his gang of mystery solving adventures traveling far and wide to unmask the ghosts, goblins and ghouls and all other evil doers alike to find out there were just regular people under those horrible costumes. Showing that the real monsters in this world are people. Always ended in…

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  • Family Media Influence

    Daphne’s family is clearly rich and oftentimes she uses her wealth to push certain plotlines along. Velma’s family is all very smart and often have impressive career choices, however wealth and money is clearly less than Daphne’s case. Fred’s family is much smaller than the former’s and his parents are presented as touristy-types when they accompanied their son on a mystery (seen in the movie ‘Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!’). They represent an even lower class than Velma and Daphne. And in the case…

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  • Movie Analysis: The Spooky-Do

    The Scooby-Doo is the live action movie of the famous cartoon series Scooby-Doo made in 2002 that made for everyone in the family. This is an amazing movie for all ages that keeps up with morals of the cartoons while expanding on the universe. Scooby-Doo shows off the best and worst parts of the characters in a spectacular way that makes them feel more life-like. The animation used to create some of the animals and monsters gives the movie a great boost and the story itself is well made.…

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  • Essay On My Journey To America

    First of all, none of us spoke English! Probably one of the most important things you need to know, in a country where English is the most used language. Luckily for me, there was this show called “Scooby-Doo” and that is how I began to learn English. I would watch Scooby-Doo and repeat words that they would say. I had everything Scooby-Doo growing up. I had his blanket, his pajamas, his plates, his slippers, his teddy bear, his lunchbox, everything Scooby-Doo for me! The journey to learning…

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  • Wild Kratts Essay

    attempts to cause personal injury, psychological impairment, or physical destruction as seen in television shows that are assumed to be watched by children, or adults in the company of children. For the purposes of this paper, children will be until the age of ten-years-old. The first show reviewed was Wild Kratts, which is aimed for the age group of six to eight years old. In this show, the main characters the Kratt brothers, “turn into” animals via a creature-power suit; this important because…

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  • Sex Roles On TV Analysis

    For this assignment I chose to do option one of sex roles on television (TV). I will be evaluating the sex roles on TV through shows for all different ages and time periods. I chose to watch and evaluate, The Flintstones (1960-1966), Scooby Doo Where Are You? (1970), The Powerpuff Girls (1998-2005), Orange Is The New Black (2013-current) and Fuller House (2016-current). I will be evaluating these shows in chronological order of the time periods in which the shows came out. These shows are all…

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  • Persuasive Essay On The Truman Show

    my old one. So later that afternoon, I returned the new outfit. The Roman Coliseum is in ruins and in debris. The parent decreed and commanded the children to go clean up the mess they created. The Rabbis bickered and argued to see who was right on the discussion about ovens. In school, a quick glance at the window could cost you to misunderstand a whole chapter. You would start falling behind in school which would affect your grades. In New York City many people jostle and push their…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Louisiana

    Once we got to their house it was in the later hours of the evening. So we didn’t really get to do much with them except chat for a little bit and then go to bed. So Aunt Nell gave my sister and I milk in a glass some cookies. Then, we sat down on the couch while Uncle Dick read Green Eggs and Ham by: Dr. Seuss. After that, all of us kids watched Scooby Doo. Life Lesson: Hold your family dear, because they won’t always be…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Taste In Film

    Taste in film is a very personal thing and can say more about a person than they can say about themselves. For example, if someone were to glance through my movie collection, they would learn a lot more about me than with any journal or scrapbook that could be kept. Even I can see more of myself contained in these plastic cases than I can in old photographs. Revisiting old favorites jogs memories that probably never eves made it into an elementary school English assignment. Early in life I was…

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