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    Internet Matchmaking

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    Internet Matchmaking No Works Cited Same lousy Saturday, night. The thought of going out to the local bar and selecting from a choice of drunken girls or testosterone pumped guys brings a bit of dullness to the practice of picking the right mate. Sure, maybe through all the drunkenness and beer spilling you may find one guy/girl who is decent enough to sit down and have a talk with, get to know, but its has got to be an easier way then this to find the perfect match for you. Well now there is.

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    to keep out the varmints that feasted on Maycomb's refuse." This description paints a very vivid picture of the cabin and also tells a little bit about the Ewells themselves. From this we can infer that the Ewells took very little (if any at all) pride in their home and it's appearance.  Later in the passage Lee adds, "What passed for a fence was bits of tree limbs, broomsticks and tool shafts, all tipped with rusty hammer heads, shovels, axes and grubbing hoes, held on with pieces of

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    His look typified that of an indie-rock guitarist. Donned in black jeans and a black button-down shirt, he took the stage with his band mates amidst an approving roar from the crowd. After brushing away the blonde locks of hair over his eyes, he unassumingly went about his business: namely, rocking the small bar-like venue of The Loft with his skilled guitar plucks that gave life to the catchy indie-pop melodies of Gold Motel’s song canon. You would never guess that the talented musician was also

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    really talk to each other. That was basically under the only circumstances that they actually talked. The only reason that Jim asked Laura what was the matter in the first place, was because she was out of school for a long time and he was just a little concerned like anyone that is your all around nice and friendly type of person would do. Jim was confident about himself all throughout high school. Laura was not. Evidence from the text to prove Laura wasn't very confident in herself, is when she

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    "You, daddy?" Momentarily forgot he wasn't on the precinct, but with his mother and child in his kitchen. He looked at Kate for help, but the detective was finding the situation mostly amusing, so was his mother. "Well, you know.. because I'm always warm?" He said, though it sounded more like a question than a statement. "Oh, ok" Alexis said buying into his improvised lie. His mother saluted him with her wine glass, as if saying 'nice safe, kiddo'. Rick focused again at his task at hand, lowering

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    warm it up. Making me have to battle the cold for the six block trip to the high school parking lot to meet up with my friend for our morning ritual of smoking a cigarette. I jump out of my freezing car and get into his S-10 pickup. Today was a little different though, I had a new cd called Monster Magnet that I popped into his cd player to listen to as we drove around. We make our way to the edge of the parking lot being careful not to light our cigarettes before we're out of the view of the

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    In the past week I have payed taxes, bought my own food, clothing, made payments on my “car”, “house”, and many other items, and I’m only in eighth grade! How is this possible you ask? Well, last Thursday I participated in a thing called Reality Store. Reality Store in general prepares you for your future. Based on your last quarter grades you find out what your life is going to be like when you’re twenty-eight if you continue on the same path. I really enjoyed going through Reality Store, it gave

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    (Like in the game, except not against students) and fires. Your innocent little brother has just transformed from a video game loving freak, to a brain washed homicidal killer. Your sister on the other hand buys her favorite band's new CD and begins listening to it relentlessly. You overhear a passage of one song while passing by her room that states a very provocative message about drug use; you think it's a little bit inappropriate, but you continue walking. Later during that same week you

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    that she has become accustomed, when she is left widowed, with little money. And figure it out she did. She came up with a precise plan on how to exactly go about doing this. The key was to marry her daughters off to wealthy men so they would be taken care of and, most important, so would she. The plan was for her to educate her daughters and keep them in seclusion until they were of the age to marry. She only had a little bit of time to accomplish her goals before her money ran out. When

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    drink is not in response to stress, we learn it is a compulsive habit. When returning to the office Farrington is asked where he was. He does not answer, but the questioning clerk does for him "'I know that game, he said. Five times in one day is a little bit...'" (Joyce 89). Exacerbating the idea of a powerless man is the iron... ... middle of paper ... ...o each other. Farrington and Mr. Alleyne are physical opposites, yet they complete the picture of a paralyzed, dysfunctional Dublin. Mr. Alleyne

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