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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    1,538, I’ll save you the excitement. That’s roughly the average number of advertisements an American teenager, is exposed to per day. How do I know this? It took me one day (with the proper information) to spend my time doing what the ‘average American teenager does’; however, every time I s...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Why teenage boys should start a male empowerment group (and leave after 19). Now that my friend has a new boyfriend, it's time again for her to ignore me like Peru Massachusetts to a Berkshire County tourist, until they break up; and we watch Clueless and tivoed CW day-time, while indulging ...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    A lot of people out there simply do not realize how an illiterate person lives an unsure existence in this world. Here are some of the struggles an illiterate must face during a day-to-day routine. -News- They cannot obtain the knowledge of their local/town's news or schedule and must go b...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    It has been a very long time since I have last written. This could be due to the pencil situation. Its wonderful to live in a big house, but if it has no pencils, how will I ever get out? And no, Im not a literary agoraphobic, though I want people to think I am with that last sentence, though some p...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    A man with a vision of his own reality. I recently have seen the movie Ed Wood, directed by Mr.Burton. This movie reminds me of the first glance in which people generally perceive people/things. If you first watch this movie you may become very frustrated with its lack of quality in style, act...
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    "Who's afraid of Virgina Woolf?" "I am, George..I am." The last lines from the play version by Edward Albee. This story, in my review depicts the relationship between two has beens, could bes and almost have drunks. A husband and wife have a couple over for dinner w...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    There are two types of people in this world: There are the people who seek attention, and then there is the observer: The attention seeker seeks more than attention. Love. Understanding. Happiness. The Spotlight. The observer is an artist searching for his muse. He is the old man feeding the p...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    What is my American Dream? But to dream against the wishes, Of those, Who dream forever on my stars. My generation of degenerates, Our last cup is drunk, Now the wise of our demise, Must sustain, The stars-and stripes-fabric, Of what we were taught. My mother's eyes only could bli...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Dr Harry, your dumb old tabby, -has gone astray. Those puzzled winds had collect the dust, Into her head, -Which she let Ruin in rains of rust. Over time, the winds would shake, Heaven gates began to close, And the days- So did those, so did those. And with the days, Oh that sun, -I...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Red by midnight, Black by sun, Love travels with a gun, Two by Two, One by One, No more humor, Killed the pun. Apart forever, my will is blank, Apart forever, my blood grows ill, Together again,with no colors to fade, Together again, love never grows Grey...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Rage against anger, Love against death, Power against passion, We all profess. You have walked in my path, Iv seen your face, Iv mangled the precedent impressions, Your kindness I do not embrace We are one in likeness, One of the same, And sadly, Time brings you down to know my name....

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