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  • Robert's In The Mountains Of North Carolina
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    Luden Sorrells What is it about the smell of whisky that soothes a man's soul? Recently I went to visit my family, the Robert's, in the mountains of North Carolina. The first thing I did when I stepped out of the car was try and smell that glorious aroma. My name is Luden Sorrells. Better known back home as Uncle Luden. I have what some might call a monarch reputation as a drinking man. I moved away from home at the age of sixteen and headed toward California on my motorcycle. Although I've been...
  • Form Of Expression As Nick
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    Essay: "The Three-Day Blow" Drinking is one of people's main problems. Drinking distorts self-perception and actions. There are many reasons for drinking: depression, happiness, a social event. These incentives are developed in "The Three-Day Blow" by Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway uses drinking as a form of expression through his character Nick and his inner conflict. This short story is about two friends that decide to spend the day together, forget about their problems and just drink until they ...
  • Peer Pressure And Parents
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    Underage drinking is a major problem for many of todays youth. It can lead to teenage alcoholism and even death. It is not singled out to one race, age, or region. It can be found among the wealthiest doctors, lawyers, and business mens children, and yet the poor factory workers child becomes that teenage alcoholic too. Some of the major causes of underage drinking are availability, peer pressure, and parents. Ever stop and wonder how easy it is for a minor to purchase alcohol There are many dif...
  • Wound In His Head
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    Creative Story: In Short It all started not so long ago. In fact, though I can't be completely sure about it, I think it was only five months ago. My name is Jeff Washburn and I am a surgeon. Not that long ago my life under went a huge change. Unfortunately a huge misfortune had to take place first. Not that long ago, Ihad a terrible thing happen to me. A misfortune led to my being expelled from the hospital and my medical license being revoked. Two patients died on me. I might have gotten away ...
  • Goal For The College Project
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    Drinking and Driving Dont Mix It is amazing the affect one beer can have on a person. Especially when they have to take on the responsibility of trying to drive home, maybe sometimes with passengers. I have heard unfortunate stories ranging from getting fined, D.U.I. School, and also a close friends death. All of which could have been prevented if they just would have made a better decision. Jazmani Menses was always a good kid when it came to making decisions. Until that one day he found himsel...
  • Under Age College Kids
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    Under Age Drinking: The Problems It Creates It's a Saturday night, and the bars are packed. People are inside having a few, or more than a few, drinks. A select few are really drunk or passed out. Now lets step outside and take a look at a different type of drinking, drinking at an early age. High school and junior high kids are at a party drinking. Like the adults, some are just having a few, but quite a few are having more than that and are stumbling around. These kids have been given the idea...
  • Nancy Being
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    A Drunken Mother, wow where do I start. This book really gets one to thinking of what it was and, in some cases is like to be a woman. This book was one of which I would never even think to read just cause of the title. The title to me suggests that it is a book by a woman for a woman and is written in a way for mothers to understand. But in fact it's the opposite it written in a way for all to see the trials her life. Nancy starts off by learning that then man in the house is boss at an early a...
  • James Byrd
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    James Byrd was a good man. His parents, siblings and his own children loved him. James usually had no problems with his family but recently he and his wife had not seen eye to eye on many different levels. James liked to drink, drinking wasn! t the problem but getting drunk was. James would come home very late or maybe not at all at times. James enjoyed drinking, as he could see nothing wrong with it. With his stubbornness he could not fathom why his wife would make a big deal out of the situati...

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