Monthly Archives: March 2010

Panhandling 101

I was driving home from school yesterday on Speer, passing the bums that line each corner (do you think there’s an unspoken rule about who gets what corner when? Is there a sign up sheet? A manager that keeps a … Continue reading

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New Story Posted: “The Beach Breeze” by Brian McElmurry

Check out Brian’s funny and atmospheric story under the “Writings” Tab. Here’s the first paragraph: The skinny streets near Wilson High School, the sets of stairs before the school entrance and a white two-story building across the street. Black top … Continue reading

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From Yahoo News: “Sea Creature Surfaces, Chaos Ensues”

I love any and all news stories involving deep-sea creatures. Especially scary ones. The creature that caused a stir in this one was not totally unfamiliar in that he appeared in a scene in the Planet Earth episode “The Ocean … Continue reading

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Don’t You Hate It When…

your shower head is malfunctioning, and the tub faucet isn’t working too well either, and you have to take a rushed “bath/shower,” which involves rinsing your body with lukewarm water out of a plastic cup? That being said, it is … Continue reading

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language essay: farm

From a highly classified and confidential test document, for ye to enjoy: “In future, I think there will be huge different. Frist of all, the Farm will be relaly big. For example farmhouse It is going to be zoooo size!! … Continue reading

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Random Ramblings from a Relentless Roustabout

I hope this doesn’t sound precocious. I’ve never really “blogged” before, as it were. And now I feel as though I ought to make excuses for myself. Is this turning into a journal entry, you ask? It very well could. … Continue reading

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