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  • Three Wishes
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    Nick Williams 1st Hour December 7, 1997 THREE WISHES If wishes were fishes wed all have some fried. There is an old saying "Be careful what you wish for". Everyday three or more times we say that we wish we could have this or we wish we could have that. We do not realize that wishes also come with negative outcomes. If you had three wishes then what would they be In the book "The Monkeys Paw" they wish for things that arent sensible and bad things happen. The first wish is for money and their so...
  • Alien With A Board With A Nail
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    The Forbidden Paw Once, a very long time ago there was a crazy family that decided to go on vacation to Manakesh, Morocco. 'What a dump! Why would Princess Grace live in a place like this?', the father asked in a curious way. 'Dad, that's Monaco. ', the daughter replied with quite an annoyed tone to her voice. The family continued walking through the market, they saw a contortionist doing his acrobatic thing. 'I can do that, but I don't want to. ', replied the misfit son. (Who was obviously lyin...
  • Monkey's Paw Mr White
    887 words
    Fearful Wishing 'The Monkey's Paw' What if in this world there is an item that can grant anybody any three wishes? There may even be serious and dangerous consequences to every wish. The strange thing about the ability to get any three wishes that one wants is that it's true. ' The monkey's paw' written by W.W. Jacobs uses the well known story of being granted 3 wishes but puts a twist on the story creating a horror type story. In the small parlor of Lakes nam Villa a visitor comes named Sergean...
  • John Jin
    539 words
    John-Jin by Rose T remain is a short story with two main characters. We have John-Jin himself, who was Chinese and born with a disease that held back his growth. He would only grow in minute little bursts. When John-Jin became older his adopted parents took him to Manchester to see a specialist who then started him on treatments of growth hormone shots. Things started to look up but after ten years when John-Jin was 12, the shots took a bad affect on him and he developed Creutzfeldt and Jacob di...
  • Audrey And Max
    405 words
    Watching Liar, Liar was effective in showing how today's society lacks honesty. From changing around the facts to just blatantly lying, it showed how much lying is a prt of everyday life. In this movie, Fletcher Reed, played by Jim Carrey, uses lying to win his court cases. What makes him a good lawyer, makes him a bad father as Fletcher finds himself lying to everyone, even his own son Max. Almost every day, Fletcher would promise Max he would pick him up or come over. On Max birthday, Fletcher...
  • Sovereign Over The People
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    Is there such a thing as sovereignty of the people Hegel, born in 1770 was living in a period where modernity began. He was greatly influenced by such leaders like Napoleon. The basic idea behind modernity is a society, which is non-hierarchal and liberated. Hegel puts a great deal of influence on the individual, on the social aspect of the human and man's need for recognition. Furthermore he maintains that we are governed by reason. He believes in dealing with political issues in a practical, e...
  • Pauls Heart
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    In this section of the book, Paul finally understands what the war is about and why he is there. But he learned this grim reality after a traumatizing event. He begins to see the devastation and agony the war brings accompanied with its empty heart. After being reassigned to a flank that is brought in whenever the battle plans go wrong, Paul prepares for battle. But he is reassured knowing his faithful comrades, Kat and Albert, are at his side. But Kat and Albert cant assist him with his mind st...
  • Terri Schiavo
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    "Oh Grave, Where is they Victory? Oh Death, where is they sting?'. Medical technology has, in recent years, progressed to the point that terminally ill and severely brain-damaged patients can be kept alive almost indefinitely by artificial measures. Cryogenically preserving specimens with un curable diseases until such time that cures are available is not beyond the reach of many. Dying with dignity by choosing when and how one will approach death is an option in today's world. The sting of deat...

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