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    The book Beyond the Mountains of the Damned by Matthew McAllester is a powerful book centered on the war in Kosovo and how it differed from that of the rest of Eastern Europe. He presses that the gang lifestyle in Kosovo, the lack of media coverage, and the lack of proper NATO reaction, made the war...
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    Girls and boys these days have pressure all around them, school, peers, extra-curricular, and their body. It seems that an increased amount of students worry about their body, and many times it affects their lives. Often a poor body image, self-confidence and control problems lead to eating disorder...
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    We do not know much. We cannot comprehend much. Just think of the town you live in, the state, the country. It may seem so big. That sixteen hour drive to a vacation spot, that really tall building in that city you have always wanted to see. Yet look up a picture of “outer space”. Each “sta...
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    Ghe other day I saw a large group of people standing outside of a Game Stop. It was five hours before the newest video game came out, 28 degrees. One of them had been out there for three hours before. From some odd reason I had a sudden urge to make hot cocoa and bring it to these people. When I got...
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    Growing Up All of us clamored up the dead tree, it had large wide branches, large enough we could all sit. The sun fell down up us, beautiful and golden. The scent of freshly cut grass filled the air. I looked to the right, a field of bright, tall wheat that went as far as one could see. It wav...
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    Some say there is Some say not Some who do, fear him Others love him Some think of him as a guide A father A mother A friend Anything Some a creator purely in that sense Saying the universe as clockwork There had to be a clockmaker and Someone to oil up the old gears Others see a god ...
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    Tell me. What is the meaning of life well worth living? Little Victories? New ideas. Accomplished goals, a passed test, an A on a five point quiz. Successfully trying a new brownie recipe. Mac and Cheese. New pens and notebooks. A pair of good socks. Waking up in the morning, going to sleep ...
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    I felt the water go over me, pulling me in although I fought. I felt the ground of the river, the mud and the rocks, the water too murky to see the anything but the sun. The current continued to pull and yank. I stopped fighting. I closed my eyes. I let it do as it wished, hoping for something to ha...
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    Snow The wind was blowing; we could hear it through the windows and feel it as well. The bus was only dragging forward. The snow was heavy and what was worse was it was unexpected. We were surrounded by thick forest of tall evergreens. Yet the chatter was deafening, no one seemed concerned of the...
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    I guess there is something to say about fear being a part of life. Fear of the unknown, the uncertain. Fear of the new, The old Fear of the eyes around you. The unexplored Fear of being rejected Hated Unknown The fear of failure Fear of risk. The fear of being left behind. Left out The...
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    Tell me. What is the meaning of life well worth living? Little Victories? New ideas. Accomplished goals, a passed test, an A on a five point quiz. Successfully trying a new brownie recipe. Mac and Cheese. New pens and notebooks. A pair of good socks. Waking up in the morning, going to sleep at...
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    Amusing Ourselves to Death, by Neil Postman was an insightful view of the possible effects of television on public discourse. Postman begins his book with his opening argument, explaining that television and media is causing humans to be demoralized and silly. Postman’s argument is rather cloudy a...
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    The inside of the store was bright; I could see people through the windows. Story Mart, a very, very large store I had never seen before. It was at the edge of the city limits but apparently it had been here a reasonable amount of time, not that I knew. I went through the door. All went dark, desol...
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    The Mad, the Bad, and the Innocent: The Criminal Mind on Trial, is a detailed, colorful, and well written book by Dr. Barbara Kirwin. In this book, Kirwin explains her views on the insanity defense. Through her both intuitive and logical practices, she breaks down the differences between the mad, th...
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