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    The street lights outside flickered with age, popping and gently fizzing with every stream of electricity that ran through the bulb. Sat inside of the laundromat and watching the flickering lights, I was awaiting the wash cycle’s end. Clothes that were dirtied from last night were being rehabilitated by vicious lashes of water and soap. It was the holy cleansing we all deserved. The shirts, pants and socks all pushed up against the restricting glass of the washing machine’s door, fighting for freedom

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    1. Effocoincy – Thi mechonis niid tu fanctoun et e stenderd ur ebuvi livil wholi hilpong cunsamirs tu kiip wetir end inirgy asi et e monomam. Thos kiips custs duwn end elsu dicriesis thi invorunmintel fuutpront uf thi mechonis. Wothon thos cetigury, cunsamirs eppricoeti thi eboloty tu sit e tomir su thet thior cluthis cen bi weshid ur droid et uff-piek tomis. Thiy cen sit e tomir fur 2em of thiy wuald loki tu, su thet thior wetir end ilictrocoty asi os liss ixpinsovi then ot wuald bi uthirwosi

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    Beware of Your Washing Machine and its Shiftless Partner, the Dryer Professor’s comment: This student’s writing embodies a peculiar configuration of literary polish, linguistic facility, playful authorial self-awareness, and unadulterated goofiness. It is proudly, but not without trepidation, that I submit this essay to 123HelpMe and unleash the elegant lunacy of Rob Geis upon an unsuspecting world. Around the world, across America, even here in town, there is a crime occurring—a robbery

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    Green construction is growing rapidly because it is an alternative to expensive polluting fossil fuels in view of global climate change. Green aspects include helping the environment and can increase the amount of green (money) in one’s wallet. Today there is an enormous push toward investing in green technology and implementing green appliance usage and devices in older homes, newer homes and even homes under construction. There is also a push in the United States to decrease its dependence on fossil

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    My Family

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    my parents ask me do my laundry; I go beyond of what is expected of me. I do the laundry of all my family members. After the clothes have in the washing machine and dryer, I then clean the lint filter. I then iron the clothes that require ironing. After, I organize the finished laundry by the person who wears it. Clearly, one can see how my task was to just put my clothes in the washing machine. My parents didn’t tell me to do the whole family’s laundry, but I still did it. They didn’t ask me to

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    The Hair Dryer Valerie Brasher Speech 106 C.Hale 068811 March 11th 2015 Introduction I. According to the webpage www.ideafinder.com accessed on March 9th, updated May 5th 2005, before the hair dryer also known as a blow dryer was invented women used a hose attachment on a vacuum cleaner to dry their hair. II. My invention I have been researching to talk about is the hair dryer. III. As a woman with long hair I use the hair dryer on a daily basis so I don’t have wait for my hair to air dry. IV

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    The Life and Work of Raymond Carver

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    Carver was not sure--he often admitted to having a very poor memory. He was at the laundromat washing clothes and, at this point in the essay, waiting for a dryer: When and if one of the dryers ever stopped, I planned to rush over to it with my shopping basket of damp clothes. Understand, I'd been hanging around in the laundromat for thirty minutes or so with this basketful of clothes, waiting my chance. I'd already missed out on a cou... ... middle of paper ... ... grew and received

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    Religion: Who needs it?

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    Religion: Who needs it? Why is it that humans are constantly looking elsewhere for what they are able to provide themselves? People with washers and dryers send their clothes to be cleaned. Owners of houses stocked full of food can be found at McDonald's. Billions of people can be found each week inside churches. Wait...the cleaners,McDonald's and churches? Yep. People are constantly trying to make their lives easier. Darwin theorized that this was part of "Survival of the Fittest." That

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    Women's Role

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    Wife"1). Not only was she to pamper herself, but she was supposed to coddle her children, whether it be giving him/her a bath or changing his/her clothes. Since she was a housewife, she was to insure the house was spotless. The noise level was to be minimized. This did not only mean for the children to be quiet, but rather all noise from the washer, dryer, dishwasher, and vacuum were to be eliminated ("The Good Wife"1). The woman was to remember that her husband just spent a long, hard day

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    Hilfiger. There is an American flag in the background. There is an American flag covered couch people are sitting on. There is a big house in the background. There are six people total in the picture. Each person is wearing all Tommy Hilfiger brand clothes. The people are a mix in between different cultures as well. Plus the people all generally look very good. Then lastly, the caption reads as “the real American fragrance”. Can you see how offensive it is already? What kind of baloney is it

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    brothers growing up in a housing project of Chicago. By the author following the boys throughout their day to day lives, we, the readers, are also enveloped in the boys' surroundings. We learn about their everyday lives, from how they pick out their clothes, to how they wash them. We go to school with them and we play with them. Throughout the book, we are much like flies on the wall. We see and feel everything the boys' go through at Henry Horner Homes, the project where they live. LaJoe moved

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    the money to buy all the newest clothes tend to not go to school as much because they feel that they don’t fit in. The kids that come from lower class level backgrounds are the kids out there selling drugs and committing the crimes, but the money made goes to buy the latest designer jeans, just so they are “ cool” at school. Uniforms can be bought at almost any clothing store. Prices range from $5-$7 for shirts, $10 for shorts and $7 for jumpers. Of course used clothes are cheaper. Majority of parents

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    life in the factories

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    they had to feed and clothe these kids and then provide them with a place to sleep. The factory owners went at this problem with the same cheapness that they had when buying the children. Children were forced at many places, to eat while working and the kids often complained about the food. Most of the time the food was covered in dust by the time they were beginning to eat. When most of these children came from the workhouses and were made to come with a change of common clothes. Most factories were

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    new things and being knowledgeable, but he did not like to get dressed up, to have to go to school, to be well behaved and polite, and to learn good manners. “I was kind of lazy and jolly, laying off comfortable all day, smoking and fishing…and my clothes got to be all rags and dirt, and I didn’t see how I’d ever got to like it so well at the widows where you had to wash and eat regular…It was pretty good times up in the woods there, take it all around.” (p. 31) Living in the woods is harder work,

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    Conforming to the Ways of the World These days, the brand of clothes we wear and the corporate logos that are on clothes, can tell a person the type of people we want to be associated with and where we stand on the social ladder. Children, teenagers, and adults allow themselves to help advertise for fashion designers by wearing corporate logos because wearing these logos gives them a sense of belonging to a certain group of people, social status, or a so-called “in crowd.” Corporate logos are the

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    Inn From Hell

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    Paris city limits at about 11:00 P.M. when Doctor Bleed and his assistant checked into the old run down inn. You see the weather was so bad that they could not even make it all the way over to Spain so they had to stop. They walked in with thier clothes soaked from the rainfall, when they first walked in they realized that there was nobody at the desk to wait on them so they just took it upon themselves to get a room for the night. That was thier first mistake. As they walked up the creeky stairs

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    Part of the Team

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    of my life, but it has been a part differently than what it is to others. I love everything about basketball. I have done everything from keeping the official book for a men's and women's collegiate team to washing a high school team's practice clothes and even making sure everyone has their uniforms and shoes before leaving for an away game. You don't have to be on the court, you don't have to be the one taking the winning shot or calling the play to be part of the team. I want you to think about

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    Jules Verne

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    Jules was in his young 20s, he wrote operettas librettos for about 2 years while continuing to practice law. He was appointed as the Secretary of the Theatre Lyrique in Paris. He made some letters to his mother commenting on his shabby clothes compared to the clothes poets there. He started to become a very busy people. Verne was married on January 10, 1857 to Honorine de Viane. He only had 1 child, a boy named Michel, who was born on August 3, 1861. Verne also had 2 stepdaughters, Valentine, and Suzanne

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    Black Boy - Richard Wright's Portrayal of Himself Black Boy , an autobiography by Richard Wright, is an account of a young African-American boy's thoughts and outlooks on life in the South while growing up. The novel is 288 pages, and was published by Harper and Row Publishers in © 1996. The main subject, Richard Wright, who was born in 1908, opens the book with a description of himself as a four-year-old in Natchez, Mississippi, and his family's later move to Memphis. In addition it describes

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    consider civilized. This man infatuated the people, who paid close attention to every detail – which included his hair and clothing. They treated him with compassion and with open-arms, even in death. The women of the village cleaned his body, made him clothes, and prepared his body for an honorable "burial." Also, it sounds like the author was trying to make the point that this man was, well-equipped and also beautiful compared to the men of the village. For example, in the fourth paragraph: "Fascinated

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