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    Tick-tock, goes the clock. Slipping Through My Fingers by Sophie is a short passage about time slipping away with the author unable to decide who she wanted to be when she grew up, and that she is “too old” to be anything, despite being 14. The tone of the article was rather grim and many teenag...
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    I think many readers can relate to the fact that sometimes, no matter how hard something is attempted, it leads to failure. “Not Another Success Story” by Niagara expresses that concept. In her personal essay, she describes how she studied very hard for a test and still got a bad score, despite ...
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    Let me begin my exposition by expressing how much I like grapefruit juice. I don’t know how many people like grapefruit juice, because it takes some taking used to and it’s initially quite sour, but I do, and I find it quite sweet. I bought my first brand of grapefruit juice at Costco, and a...
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    The Mohawk by Samantha is a well-written, perspective-changing non-fiction piece that describes her experience with being a good student and a respectful teenager, except getting a Mohawk. She describes how the students and adults around her treat her differently because of her hair; treat her worse...
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    Diabetes is a condition that we hear about all the time and, stereotypically as Kaily McGurk put it, is considered to a “disease old, fat people get.” However, in her article Dear Diabetes, she is able to address this issue and quickly diminish this stereotype, as she is certainly not an old fat...
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    Anorexic Alice in Hungerland by Cathy is a quite different take on Lewis Carol’s classic, Alice in Wonderland. It tells of an Alice who desperately tries to be thin as she goes through the wonderland, inspired by the “pretty poppies who never pig out on pastries” and “dancing dandelions who ...
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    Generally, when I shift through the newest edition of Teen Ink, I expect myself to be faced with article after article of depressing material, without a bright light, so to say, which I have no trouble in reading. As for Paper Ornaments & Soggy Waffles by Elaine, I was truly taken aback. This ha...
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    The number of times I have ever heard a sexual joke is astounding, and the number of times I have heard people joking about rape is just horrifying. That is why the poem When a Best Friend Is Raped by Marissa C (which is just as the title says, a poem about the narrators best friend being raped,) ha...
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    Trust no one. That is about the greatest piece of advice I can give you if you have chosen to proceed through the treacherous test chambers of the Aperture Science Laboratories in Valve’s 2011 platform game and sequel, Portal 2. If you thought you had already eaten up the cake of lies GLaDOS, the ...
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    Profanity in Teen Ink by Colin W is a very well written article questioning the logic of censoring inappropriate language in Teen Ink. Several valid points were given, some of which including that these words are part of daily life and “Limiting profanity to ‘protect’ the young, impressionable...

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