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Ideas/Current Events March 2012: Digital OVERLOAD

The psychology article (again) is about the overload of information our brain takes that is from our daily gadget lives. Matt Richtel, a New York Times technology journalist spent several months researching information overload in our brains. He also joined … Continue reading

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Hunger Games Draw Scene In Verse

Tense gripping my seat waiting for the answer The hand slowly moves into the bowl picking the answer I tense even more starting to tremble Is that me? Or someone else?   The hand unfolds the answer eyes devouring the … Continue reading

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Current Events Jan 2012: Egyptian Preist

Daiki Period 5/6 Señor Denby The article about and ancient Egyptian preist not only tells us a little about the preist, Rudj-ka, but also holds an idea of how this reflects to humans settling down and forming a new kind of society. … Continue reading

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The Charm Of Friends

This is my wordle for The Charm Of Friends, a narrative that I wrote. The names are false. Señor Denby Period 5/6 21 September 2011   THE CHARM OF FRIENDS   We all know that when we go to different schools, … Continue reading

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Choice

As I licked the remaining bits of cereal off my cereal bowl, our neighbor started screaming. “EEETHAN! MOOOOM!” I dashed to the back window to see what the commotion was. The neighbor’s lawn was empty and motionless, except for two … Continue reading

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It Is Best To Give Something You Don’t Like The First Time Another Chance

Essay Are you the kind of person that makes your mind up after trying something only once? Well after my experiences, I think otherwise. I think that you should give something you don’t like the first time another chance. It … Continue reading

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Seaweed On A Board

Not every 10-year-old boy body surfs and finds a cheat, but I am one of those people who can, and that really helps. (I call the cheat “The Trick”) So, here I was. The blazing sun shielded by the trees, … Continue reading

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Road Trip = Danger

As you know, Zac and Rob got lost in the last book and then some strange things happened. It was strange before but lets not talk about the past, talk about the present. This is going to be full of … Continue reading

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Road Trip=Lost

Chapter 1 “Ring!!” “RRING!!!” The loud and crazy Ringing Clock® woke Zac up. Then, Zac’s Dad Rob called “Zac!!” “Breakfast!!” Like a talking bell. Aw, great. Another boring day of school for Zac. This is a bad way to start … Continue reading

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