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Regret: The Inevitable

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Have you ever felt that at one point in your life you were doing everything right and that nothing you ever say or do would be wrong. But within a period of time you look back and just simple with...

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To My Friends; Past, Present, and Future

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A Letter to the Faceless Oppressor

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Extremely Ordinary with a Side of Originality

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How Technology Affects our World

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Technology is the present world. It affects people’s daily lives. Whether it inspires somebody to be the master at videogames or makes somebody a computer hacker. It has changed the generation of...

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   "Cara, do you have those thank-you letters in the mail yet?" my mom subtly reminded me."I would havebeen done by now but this Wite*Out won't dry," I replied. I...

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