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  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    The majority of people living in America use some sort of technology. Some of the most technological inventions include iPods, computers, and cell phones. This type of technology is said to be resourceful and helpful in meeting new people, and basically in developing social skills. However, I be...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    Affirmative Action gives a chance to unprivileged minors that are surrounded by bad influences a hope for a better education by getting into a college. “There’s not much for me in a public school. The truth is that’s a pretty honest answer. A diploma from a ghetto high school doesn’t count...
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    I walk out of my front door, my dad watching me walk across the street to my neighbor’s house, Donna. I ring the doorbell, and as I entered the house I sniff and smell some sort of seasoned chicken. I walk in to Donna’s light pink room with kitties all on the wall. “Ding dong,” the doorbell ...
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    In a shambolic manner, I was dropping my clothes and my other possessions in my suitcase. I was super excited to go to my 6th grade trip, especially because we didn’t have to do any schoolwork. Getting on the bus to head the way to Mo Ranch, I was hoping that this wouldn’t be a five hour long ri...
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    I disregard the belief that children shouldn’t be charge with harsh punishment because they will not learn from the mistake, and the crime will reoccur. People all over the world believe that just because one is a child, that committing a crime shouldn’t be taken seriously. They express tha...

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