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    If I had the opportunity to go back in time and change the past, I would change the time my dog got hit by a car. Near the beginning of my middle school years, I had a hard time socializing with my classmates. My

    RIP Nemo

    If I had the opportunity to go back in time and change the past, I would change the time my dog got hit by a car. Near the beginning of my middle school years, I had a hard time...

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  • wow, i find this fascinating. i really liked how you focused on more of the scientific reasoning from addiction. we also have the same opinion on who should go to jail. the dangerous people who kill others rather than a person that bought 1 gram of cannabis.

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    First day of School

    By Quan Nguyen

     

    First day new school just trying not to lose.

    Walked through the hallways seeing everybody flexing with their thousand dollar shoes.

    People be ac

    Expressing Myself

        First day of School By Quan Nguyen   First day new school just trying not to lose. Walked through the hallways seeing everybody flexing with their thousand dollar shoes. People be acting like Christians but, I saw them over the summer drinking the booze. I...

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    • Hello Quan, your poem is very deep and I really like it. You talk about the first day school and how different people are emotionally and physically. You also talk about standing up for yourself and not let society control you, which I fully support this. I believe everyone should do what they want and not let society or people discourage you from your goals or achievements. Anyways thank you for your poem, and I look forward to see what you write next. Take Care.

    • Quan,
      I love the rhythm that you have written into this poem. I think a lot of kids who are tossed in to a new school also struggle with finding where they fit in. You make a good point in just finding who you are and being yourself. If you try to change yourself and be like everyone else you are not going to feel comfortable in your own body. If you are just being yourself people will come to like you and want to be friends. You don’t have to change yourself to meet societies standards.

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    Poisoning the world’s water

    When people think of water pollution most think about factories dumping there by product into the water but, that is not the only way the world’s water is being contaminated. Water

    Poisoning the world's water

      Poisoning the world's water When people think of water pollution most think about factories dumping there by product into the water but, that is not the only way the world's water is being contaminated. Water pollution ranges from medical pills...

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    • Quan, I agree with your point and it is very important that people acknowledge this problem so we can fix it as a team. It is a very serious subject that should be fixed because it can be very harmful. Great work! Keep it up

    • Wow great work! I had no idea that this was such a big issue! I think you could be a little more informative though, you have good content but I would suggest adding in some evidence with its source. Also instead of asking how we can solve this is issue maybe suggest a solution as well.

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    Interesting infographic you put some really good examples. The only question I have is how do you know the adult services is forced? What if people chooses to do it on their own.

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