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    When I arrived at the loony bin, I had gone on strike. The rules were simple - no talking to anybody, because anything I said could be twisted around and used against my brother (who had been a good parent, no matter what Social Services said). Besides, who wanted to talk to a bunch of crazy people?...
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    The sun is larger here, the boy realized. It hung in the sky much closer than it should have, and after a moment the boy found that if he stared at it, he could see oranges and reds among the too bright yellow and white. The sun lit up the area with a fierce glare, but the boy did not feel any ...
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    The wind bit against my sweatshirt as I walked aimlessly down the street. Who knew being homeless would be so boring? But at least it gave me time to think. Two days on the streets. I wondered briefly what would happen if I died while on this charity thing. Unlikely, but possible. I could freeze...
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    Being in the desert always made me feel like shooting someone. Maybe that’s why boss was always angry with me. Honestly, I couldn’t even decide what the worst part was. Maybe it was the sand, or the relentless glare, or the fact that my AC never worked right. Or maybe it was because so many fu...
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    Recently I read a rather scathing review in Teen Ink of the book The Giver by Lois Lowry, which I cannot understand and definitely do not agree with. Since rereading it as a teen, The Giver has become one of my favorite books of all time. Though I was unable to grasp many of the core concepts when I...
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    “Mirror,” Not again. “Mirror,” Every day. The same thing. The same question. “On the wall,” I used to be great. Prized. Revered. Even worshipped. I have been owned and used by the greatest philosophers of all time. They all asked the same question, of course. And all suffe...
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    It’s no big secret that NBC is currently struggling. It’s not the 90’s anymore – which means no more Friends, or Seinfeld, or Frasier, shows that once made NBC an entertainment powerhouse. Since the turn of the century, NBC has been struggling. Their audience is consistently the smallest ...
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    Paige leans back slightly in her chair, ignoring the stiffness in her back, and sighs. Another year gone by, and again she sits alone at an Anderson family reunion. It is her sixth, as Dan only started taking her to these things three years into their relationship. She secretly wishes he had waited ...

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