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Personal Writing: My Kiwi Experience

One day after school, on the kitchen table set a bowl of kiwi. When I first saw it, I thought it appeared disgusting, almost like a stressball. I peered at the skin first. The skin had hazel brown, woolly hair. It was almost transparent, and was covered with chocolate brown spots. Next, I ...

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Personal Writing: Court Experience

I went to the court session on Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 and stayed until around 4:35. They did not start court though until a little after 2. Before court started everyone was talking to each other and having a good time. There was only one other person in the courtroom besides myself ...

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Personal Writing: The Evaluation Of My Coaches

Throughout my high school basketball career I experienced several different coaches. Every new coach brought a different approach to coaching. The varying techniques of coaching brought about different attitudes and expectations during practices and games. I found that during practice, coaches ...

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Personal Writing: Rock Climbing

When my brother,19, offered to take me rock climbing out at Ortega Falls I was thrilled to go. We left our Dana Point house at about 10:00 in the morning, and started down the Ortega Highway. On the way out we were following a cement truck along the twisting, turning road. Suddenly my brother ...

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Personal Writing: My Dog Skippy

When I was little I loved animals. Although most children have pets, I could not convince my parents into allowing me to have one until my pre teens. I could not have been happier the day my family went to the pound and I picked out my dog Skippy. Skippy loved to run and he was loyal to me and ...

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Personal Writing: Drag Racing

The heat was unbearable as I pulled up to the starting line. The smell of exhaust gases and burned rubber filled the air. The starting light received my fullest attention, zoning everything out of my conscience. 321単reen light! I stomped my foot on the accelerator as I side stepped my ...

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Personal Writing: The Game

It was five minutes before the start of the championship game; the most important game of their lives. 1999 Class B State Basketball Champions, Shelby Tigers. 揟hat had a nice ring to it, thought Todd, their star point guard and leading scorer. Todd was also the leader in steals, assists, and ...

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Personal Writing: Response To My Visit To The Boott Cotton Mill

Before visiting the Boott Cotton Mill, I thought about what it would look like. Everybody knows what a mill looks like, especially an old mill. I expected a large brick building with smoke stacks outside, inside I expected fully functional product producing facility. When I got there I was quite ...

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Personal Writing: The House Of My Dreams

As a child I imagined how my life would be as an adult. Perhaps, every individual had similar fantasies. The perfect spouse, successful position, flawless environment, and breath taken mention. The clearest image I had was of my future house. I see it as a sixty five hundred square feet of red ...

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Personal Writing: My First Impression Of My Teacher Miss Vicki

My first impression of Miss Vicki was a highly authorative figure towering over me. Her voice boomed and the earth shook whenever she marched. She seemed like such an unapproachable and distant person. That was in the first year of High School. She was my Literature teacher then. During my first ...

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Personal Writing: The Zoo

Some of my friends and I made a visit to the zoo last Sunday. We took a taxi there and reached the zoo at 9:00 A.M. We entered through the main gate and went directly to see the wild animals. We came to the tiger抯 cage first. Behind the iron bars, we saw some tigers walking around the cage. ...

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Personal Writing: Relationships

The young man trying to figure out the opposite sex in an incredibly hard task. Although as the years go by it becomes easier whith every relationship that goes by. Considering now I'm twenty and if I knew when I was sixteen what I know now, I probably could have saved myself from a lot of ...

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Personal Writing: Fickle Fisherman

It was an early Saturday morning, about 6:00am. I was Awake and dressed ready to fish! I had been preparing for the fishing derby for about 1 month and was ready to win. I got to the lake at about 6:30 and started to fish. As the day progressed more and more people showed up. Before noon there ...

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Personal Writing: An-Yang

"Shua-nging!" (Children!) The sound of her strident voice reverberates down the narrow stairwell. I remember that musty, dark, winding stairwell that led to her second floor apartment in Glendale as vividly as I did the day I established a meaningful relationship with my grandmother. Through ...

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Personal Writing: Trip Through The Soft Soft Sand

It was a warm, dry summers day in the great bowl of Nevada's desert when I made my grave error. We learn from our errors, so in some cases it doesn't hurt to make them provided there is not a permanent repercussion from your mistake. I have a rock that reminds me of this incident and I would ...

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Personal Writing: Fickle Fisherman

It was an early Saturday morning, about 6:00am. I was Awake and dressed ready to fish! I had been preparing for the fishing derby for about 1 month and was ready to win. I got to the lake at about 6:30 and started to fish. As the day progressed more and more people showed up. Before noon there ...

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Personal Writing: Before Stepping Up To The Plate, You Need A Spot On The Team.

I was simply devastated. All I wanted since I was a little boy. I thought about giving up, ending it all. Maybe I was not cut out for it. My most precious dream had been shattered with two simple words, 搚ou抮e cut. Of course, Mr. Seabright did not said it like that, coaches never do. I ...

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Personal Writing: Getting Out

Moving to Ankeny proved to be more difficult that I first expected. I had been looking forward to moving out of the house for over four years, and wxpected it to be easy and fun. Moving turned out to be neither easy nor very fun, as I had hoped it would be. I took us four trips to Ankeny just to ...

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Personal Writing: Karate Class

I was five years old, a little crazy kid that always caused trouble. My father thought I needed discipline, and brought me to my first karate class. It was the beginning of something that I looked forward to every other day of the week. The first couple of classes weren't too exciting; it was ...

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Personal Writing: Spring Break 99

The early morning fog had just begun to rise as we packed the already overloaded Suburban. Though my parents would never approve, we continued to stuff the trunk until only a small crack was left. With my coffee in my left hand and my D.J. / co-pilot on the right, I was ready to embark on what ...

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