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    Pay Attention to the Commercials Don't go to work! Don't go to school! Stay home tomorrow and watch some TV. Daytime television commercials can be classified into who they are being marketed to. Businesses realize who will be watching TV between ten a.m. and two p.m. so they target their ads to these TV watchers. The majority of the viewers between these times are the stay at home moms, out of work people, and the people who stayed home from work sick. The only reason that I pick up on such a minor

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    those they have identified as their oppressors to pay attention to the plight of the alienated and to hear the terrorists' demands. The events of September 11 were just such a gesture. The horror we felt watching a jet flown deliberately into a tall building and watching people leap to their deaths to escape the flames and collapse of the ruined skyscrapers filled us with a strange awe and a feeling of helplessness. We felt forced to pay attention.  The first question on everyone's lips was: what

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    him to. Bush’s statement captured the attention of people all around the world. US citizens, including college students, realized that we might soon be at war. After Saddam’s last chances had expired, bombs were soon raining down on Baghdad and other parts of Iraq. College students show many levels of interest in the war and spend much of their time watching news stations like CNN and MSNBC, constantly wanting updates. Other students only pay attention to major headlines in the news and newspapers

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    Death by Cell-Phone

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    one example of the dangers that are involved when someone uses their cell phone while operating a motor vehicle. Many people just sit back and think that this could never happen to them, but have they ever thought about how well they really pay attention to the road when they are on their cell-phone? It is proven that people talking on their cell phone cannot fully control his/her vehicle while moving stated in the Consumers Research Magazine. The use of a cell phone also can reduce the driver's

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    John-O-Lanterns

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    “Witchcraft,” answered the seventeen year old honor student, Sebastian Holmes, at Lincoln Woods High. “Correct,” replied Lady Talla, the elderly Mythology teacher who also owned the town brothel, “Drec, wake up and pay attention!” “How can I pay attention to the same thing every year? You teachers need to teach us new things,” Drec barked. It was the day before Halloween and since this was the first year that Drec was too old to go Trick-or-Treating, he and Sebastian decided to dress up and petrify

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    Disasters, What you Need to Know About Them… Every day there are natural disasters all the time occurring all around the world. They are something that we can’t help, but we can be aware of them and what to do if one occurs near you. Tornadoes are common during Michigan’s Spring months. They are usually smaller than other places, but they still can do lots of damage. The safest thing to do is to go to the lowest level of the building that you are in. If there is no basement, get shelter in the center

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    Position Paper 1

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    result of the lack of English governing of the colonies even though there rule prevented the formation of local governments. Although true power over the colonies laid in the hands of the English king and parliament they were to distracted to pay attention to what went on in the colonies leaving power in the hands of local men who were perceived to be powerful because of there social status. When England stepped in and tried to apply strict mercantilism to govern the colonies discontent grew and

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    Tulips

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    How to Listen I am going to cock my head tonight like a dog in front of McGlinchy's Tavern on Locust; I am going to stand beside the man who works all day combing his thatch of gray hair corkscrewed in every direction. I am going to pay attention to our lives unraveling between the forks of his fine-tooth comb. For once, we won't talk about the end of the world or Vietnam or his exquisite paper shoes. For once, I am going to ignore the profanity and the dancing and the jukebox so I can hear his

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    My Football Achievement

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    couch and forgot about school. My toe suddenly turned black and swollen. It was the worst coincidence that could’ve happened to me. I went to the hospital later that day, where I heard that my foot was broken and I couldn’t play. I didn’t pay attention to the doctor at all. The day before the game came and I had to find a way to play. I decided to wrap my foot in a block of tape and go for it. Game day was finally here. It was the biggest game of the season.

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    Friends of Scouting

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    Can Do, Will Try person. I’d like to quote, the words of Marian Wright Edelman - from her book The Measure of Our Success: A letter to My Children and Yours. "We need to teach our children--by example--not to be lazy, to do their homework, to pay attention to detail, to take care and pride in work, to be reliable, and not to wobble and jerk through life. Each of us must take the initiative to create our opportunities, not waiting around for favors. We must not assume a door is closed but must push

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