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    Distribution of Government Land in Idaho Hello. I think that there is about 66% federal land in Idaho and I think that that should go down. What I am trying to say is that the government should give out some of his land. Especially people who are about to retire because they will want a nice comfy space to live. But I don't think that they should give out all of their land I mean if they did that then they would have no land. I also think that they should let people go places more so by plane

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    Sam Watson sat on the porch watching and listening to the people who came by. His beloved wife Phoeby was out with her best friend Janie having a drink at the local bar at Eatonville, at least that’s what he thought until Janie came strolling by the porch alone,without her boyfriend Teacake. Where’s Phoeby? he asked her. I have no idea I haven’t talked to her today she responded. Well that’s a strange thing because she told me that she was having a drink with you down at the

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    I am a rock

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    I am a rock When reading or listening to poetry, the main objective for me is to feel moved. Happiness, longing, sadness are some of the feelings that can be achieved just by listening to others’ words. It is within these words that creates another world, or separates us from our own. Words all have a certain kind of attachment to them, so if used properly an author can stimulate a reader beyond belief. Simon and Garfunkel were just those kinds of poets. Their words were able to stimulate an emotion

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    Is Grendel Evil?

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    In a world of chaos, he who lives, lives by his own laws and values. Who is to say that the death of millions is any worse or better, for that matter, than injuring a cockroach. And in the case of an existing power in the form of God, who is presumed to be all which is good, presiding and ruling an organized universe, why then does evil exist? The prosaic response of “without evil, there is no good” no longer holds any validity in this argument as the admitted goal of good is to reach an existence

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    We also see the beginning of a strange mother-daughter relationship. As soon as we read the first page we find out the setting and the time of the play. The time of the play is very important because of the social issues such as Helen being a single mum and a "semi-whore", also the issues of gay and black people, who appear later on in the play. At the very beginning of the play we find out what Helen does for a living, we know this, because it is mentioned in the stage directions. It is

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    My Father

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    I flip my pillow around to the cold side and keep turning side to side until I find a comfortable position. Ahhh, there I’m comfortable. But wait, I still feel that ball in my stomach taking over my entire body. I go to the kitchen to drink a glass of milk and eat a cookie, yet the ball in my stomach is still there. I go back to bed and feel the cold air of the fan on my skin; goose bumps. The sound of my younger sister snoring makes it even more difficult for me to fall asleep. At most, I have

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    Social War

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    Social War "That's her, that's the new girl. That's Holly Bennett. She is going to be in our group and not theirs," Mandi told us, as Holly shyly made her way over to the teachers desk. Our regular gang was sitting in the middle of 8th grade English. We were all seated in a circle in the back corner of the old, smelly classroom. Our "enemies," as we called them, were seated in the opposite corner. Mandi, Summer, Kristi, Lindsey, Anna and I were all pretty close friends then. It seemed

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    Eulogy for Father

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    Eulogy for Father "I have been having a lot of feelings since my father's illness and death and we will see how long the feelings will allow me to speak. By far the biggest feeling I have had has been gratefulness. Gratefulness to have stood in the shade of my father's tree. Because to me my father was like a tree in many ways. An oak tree. An oak who's taproot was anchored in faith and in the Divine, and with branches and leaves that act as a home for those around. I stood in that home and

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    The Styles In and Around Me My senior year in high school I was playing first man for the varsity golf. That honor was bestowed on me, because I was supposedly the best man on the team. Which just happened to be true. It was an honor that I truly enjoyed. But playing first man also had its drawbacks. The one that I will speak of here is the style of speaking that I had to use while playing in a tournament. It's the sixteenth hole of an eighteen hole tournament up in Roseau. There were two guys

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    The Role of Culture in Shaping us as Individuals Culture has a big impact on how we all fit in as individuals in today’s society, and since this assignment is about that I decided to include some of my own experiences to illustrate my point of view and compare it with those of my classmates and some of the readings. My family and I moved to United States in 1998 from Albania. My parents believed that I and my sister would get a better education here and also it would be useful and interesting

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    The Monster under My Bed

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    The Monster under My Bed “Mom, please!” I cried. “All my friends are outside waiting for me.” “Amanda, I told you not until your room is clean. Now, go get started. The sooner you start the sooner you will finish and can then go outside and play,” replied my mother with a firm voice. I was a very stubborn five-year-old girl. My friends were outside wanting me to play, but after much begging my mother was still refusing to let me out of the house until my room was clean. The thought

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    To Leave or To Stay Have you ever felt lost? Have you ever felt scared of the future not knowing what to expect and what to do? If you have then you have experienced a crisis that you had to resolve in order to continue your life normally. Sometimes it is really hard to know what is best and to realize what have to be done, and the younger you are the harder it is. No matter what you think though, the only way to solve your problem is to sit down and think about it and come up with all the positive

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    Another Phony Day at School by Holden Caulfield There's nothing I hate more than school. Wherever you look; the halls, the cafe; the classrooms, all you see is phonies. Always fixing their hair, wearing their perfect clothes and perfect shoes. Carrying their goddam perfect purses. They make the already terrible school day even worse. Even the teachers are phonies. All of them, especially my 4th period teacher. I don't even know her real name. We just all call her old Doc. Boy, did I hate

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    Short Wedding Toasts to the Bride and Groom Nature of Love All beings by nature are lovers, as ice by nature is water. The love shared by one couple is powerful enough to unite heaven and earth. May God grant you two many years to live, for earth has few angels. Peace and Plenty May peace and plenty be the first To lift the latch to your door, May happiness be guided to your home. Walk in Love Walk in love, sit in love, live in love. To be in love is to truly live.

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    Teenage Runaways

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    Teenage Runaways A news bulletin flashed across the television.  Interrupting my favorite program, a news reporter announced, "Missing teenagers." The reporter went on to state that a group of young teenagers had been reported missing for the last twenty-four hours. It was later reported that the teenagers had run away, and they had left a note demanding more independence. The teenagers were from wealthier homes; therefore, the parents of the missing children could not understand the reason

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    Water imagery in Bombal’s The Final Mist (La última niebla) is also closely related to death and self-realization. The fog represents death while liquid water imagery represents the awakening of passion within the narrator. However, in confronting death and passion during her transformational journey, the narrator becomes resigned to living a live without passion, which, for the narrator represents an emotional death. The nameless narrator of the novella marries her cousin, Daniel whose first

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    There seems to be an increase in poverty in the United States and there are so many theories behind why this might be a problem. It seems as if Society as a whole wants to blame this social “condition” on Society itself. I believe that the problem of poverty lies within the actual individuals that are experiencing poverty. There are a few reasons why people experience poverty. They are as follows: One, the liberal welfare programs that were started in the 1960’s, two, individuals lack the characteristic

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    Review of A Shot in the Light The narrator is a naïve person. He believes in the best of people. It does not even cross his mind that Ray could ever hurt him. He trusts Ray. After only two days with a person he has never seen before, he trusts him. He gives Ray clothes, money, food and a reason to believe. He is a salesman with a van and some few things. He is not wealthy. He makes his living. And though he has not much to give he still gives. Ray is a player. How can he make the narrator

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    Barking Up the Wrong Tree As Nicole sat on the couch after school one day, she overheard her father grumbling in the kitchen. “What are you whining about now?” she asked hoping he would say nothing and she could slid from hearing the “you kids do nothing” speech. “I’m just upset. You kids do nothing around this house. Everyday I come home and clean up the mess that you and your brothers leave for me.” Her father screamed, getting a little louder with each word like he did every other day. Nicole

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    CPR

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    CPR Have you ever wanted to take CPR and are wondering what you have to do and why it's important? CPR training or classes are important especially when you are working with children, even if you are just a mother. If something happened to the child you would be able to do nothing if you didn't take a CPR class, or not the right thing. You could injure the child if you do it incorrectly. You HAVE to be gentle with the child, it's imperative!! The child has bones that break if you don't push

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