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    Even though Paige E's poem is somewhat short, I think she packed details fully throughout it. Her poem reflected her view on her grandmother, and the tarts that she used to serve. The format of the poem was very intriguing and unique. From reading Paige's poem, I was able to paint a vi...
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    Although I must admit that Kevin C has made some good points as to why people should see "The Woman in Black," I can think of many more reasons why people shouldn't. This movie did not have a real "scare" to it. Movies like "Halloween," and "Friday the 13th&qu...
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    Pat Tang courageously shares his opinion on teenagers feeling the need to drive luxury cars in his points of view piece, “Minivan Superfan.” He discusses how even though some teens are obsessed with the type of car they drive, he is happy with his mom’s old van. “It gets me from point A to p...
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    I believe that Zachary Wallis's points of view article “Try to See It My Way” is an extraordinary piece of writing. I was surprised at how much I was able to relate. Zachary wrote about how sometimes he gets frustrated by the fact that it takes a while for his work to get approved for posting...
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    I personally believe that Zachary W’s point of view piece, “Try to See It My Way,” is an extraordinary piece of writing, to say the least. After reading it, I was surprised at how much I was able to relate with to what he discussed. Zachary wrote about how sometimes he gets angered by the ...
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    “Today I woke up and washed the tears off my face.” Those are the first words of Lisa M’s poem, “Break Up, Wake Up.” It was featured in the February 2012 edition, and was exceptionally written. Lisa managed to fill her poem with such great emotion. At the beginning, it was clearly understo...
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    Taylor C’s “We Are All Human Beings”, is simply moving to say the least. This pride and prejudice piece discusses the remembrance of the Shoah, also known as the Holocaust. I strongly agree with Taylor that nobody should forget the terrible conditions that many people faced. Taylor uses a...
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    Jess Roberts’ “You Are Lucky” really changed my view on my life, as well as my view on the lives of many others. This points of view piece talked about how most people take things for granted. Whether it is going on the computer, or even getting an education; people do not appreciate the t...
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    “FAKE”, by Christa White was a truly memorable poem. It was featured in the October 2011 issue, and immediately caught my full attention as I read it. Although this poem is slightly short, Christa White managed to provide this piece with a lot of information. I specifically found the meaning...
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    What would you do if you found out you were supposed to live a whole different life, have a new family, and experience things that you weren’t used to? That’s what Bay Kennish (Vanessa Marano), and Daphne Vasquez (Katie Leclerc) go through on ABC Family’s new hit series, Switched at Birth. Wit...

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