I WOULD LIKE TO START OFF BY THANKING MY FAMILY, AND MY HUSBAND. PEOPLE BRING TOMORROW YESTERDAY. HELLO WATER FLIRTY MILY. GOT ANNE PICTURES FOOTABLL. PIG PAPER TALLY. RANDOM BIRTH MOUSE. RATIONAL ESSAY AT THE END OF THE WORLD. THE MIGHTY MOUSE JUMPS OVER THE LARGE BROWN CARDBOARD BOX. THANKS TO THE BALLOONS AND THE PINK HAIR. ITS THE GREATEST. I DONT KNOW HOW MUCH LONGER I MUST TYPE FOR. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY WORDS, THAT ISNT TOO MUCH. BUT I NEED TO GET INTO THIS SITE SO IT CAN HELP ME WRITE A PAPER. THIS IS THE WORST SPEECH ANYONE HAS EVER WRITTEN..HAHA.WELL HOPEFULLY THIS IS ENOUGH WORDS, I AM GOING TO TRY NOW, THANKS A WHOLE BUNCH! ALLRIGHT I STILL NEED A FEW WORDS, SORT SHIMMER LOTION IS THE BEST. I JSUT ATE SOME BURGER KING AND IT WAS REALLY REALLY GOOD. I HOPE I AM GETTIGN CLOSE TO THE LIMIT...I REALLY HAVE NO IDEA IF I AM, THEY SHUDL HAVE A WORD COUNTER, BUT THEY DONT SO I MUST WRITE SOME MORE SHIT. I SOO COULD BE WRITING MY PAPER TIGHT NOW BUT I AM SOO LAZY ITS NOT EVEN FUNNY! AHHH!! I STILL DONT HAVE TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY WORDS, AND THAT STINKS! BUT YEA I AM WRITNG AN AD ANALYSIS FOR MY ENGLISH COMP CLASS, AND I JSUT NEED SOME HELP GETTTIG STARTED, AND I THOUGHT THIS PLACE COULD POSSIBLY HELP ME CUZ IT IS FREE. AND THIS IS STILL NOT TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY WORDS, AND THAT ALSO STINKS. BUT THERE IS NOTHING I CAN REALLY DO ABOUT IT EXCEPT TO KEEP TYPING AND HOPE TO COME UP WITH THE TWO HUNDERED AND FIFTY WORDS SOMETIME IN THE NEAR NEAR FUTURE!...
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Catherine Earnshaw changes along the course of the novel, from a wild, unkempt girl to a delicate proper lady. These changes began when Heathcliff and Catherine sneak over to Thrushcross Grange, and Catherine is bit by a dog. She ends up staying with the Linton's at the Grange for a period of five weeks. Catherine Earnshaw's character at the beginning of the novel is a mischievous, energetic, and tom-boyish. On her return, the inhabitants of Wuthering Heights are all surprised at Catherine's new eloquent appearance and manor. She is now "quite a beauty" as her brother Hindely states at the beginning of chapter seven. He also compliments her on looking and acting as a lady. On Catherine's arrival, Frances, Hindley's wife orders Ellen to help Miss Catherine off with her things, so none of her eloquence is disturbed. This alteration in Catherine's character is very significant to the story. In becoming a proper lady with upper class values, she will not marry someone as improper as Heathcliff. When Catherine chooses not to marry Heathcliff, she begins his manor of cruelty and revengeful attitude towards the world. And so wuthering heights is a good book. i really didn't like but if an english teacher ask you then you tell her yes you loved it. and now im just typing random stuff to make it long enough because this isn't my paper, it's my friends and he doesn't even know how to write a paper over two hundred and fifty words. And yet i find myself still searching for words to put in because it is still to short. I shall now qoute the great peter griffin. "Holy Crip, he's a crapple!" ah yes, what a genius. And of course you could never forget the son stewie's , "Oh i feel so...
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I begin before the beginning. A paper must be written and papers always need to be introduced before they really begin. The first few paragraphs exist only to set up the real beginning where all the ideas that must be conveyed exist. The introduction is like the bread that presents the sandwich. Without an introduction this paper would be too messy; the meat of the sandwich would get all over the place. As I look down at all my sociology notes taken throughout the year, I familiarize the topic to myself once again. My mind thinks out-loud: I must write about my future career and the inevitable problems I will face; I must discover some of the unintentional consequences and relate them to what I have learned over the semester. As I ponder this topic, I soon realize that it may be more difficult than I expected. You see, I have no clue what type of sandwich I want; maybe a turkey and cheese, or a BLT, or maybe just a traditional. I'm in my second year at UH and have still not declared a major nor due I have any idea of an intended major, so how am I going to write a paper about my future career. I can barely look toward the future within college much less after college. I understand that no one really knows for sure what they will be doing in their future career. If they did end up perfectly in the career they had planned on submitting themselves to, I believe that they were too close-minded. They probably did not consider the twists and the problems that society gave them on their way. The last sentence that I just wrote caused me to realize that maybe I'm missing the idea of the paper. This...
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"Water Lilies" a painting by Claude Monet Claude Monet's painting are among the most well known and enjoyed works of art. On display at the Atkins-Nelson art gallery is one of Monet's painting titled "Water lilies", which is one of the forty eight painting of the pond. Many of Monet's art work was done in his studio, at his home, with his landscape being the subject. Monet was born in Paris in1840 and moved to Le Havre when he was a child. It was there where he produced his first paintings. Monet traveled regularly between the coast and the city of Paris in order to study, paint and exhibit with other artists. It was in Monet's back yard that the series of forty eight canvases known as "Water lilies" was painted. In his paintings he concentrated on the enlarged pond with its floating pads and blossoms set in many clusters against the reflections of trees and the sky. The lily pads and blossoms are softly and gently implied rather then clear. Blurred in such a way to leave yourself to imagine, and to see the beauty that welds them all together. When evaluating this painting keeping in mind only the painting itself (formal criticism). I would have to say it is a good painting, very interesting in the way light, shadows, and reflection are produced in this painting. Evaluating with contextual criticism, my opinion would still be the same, keeping in mind the other forty seven "Water lilies" painting I have seen in books makes the painting even more interesting, even more beautiful. I enjoy nature paintings, especially with water, such as ponds, and streams. I believe that in this particular painting time period would not matter as much, nature relatively stays the same. Monet's palette tended warm and cool colors . The painting "Water Lilies" had more pastel light colors, such as greens, pinks, grays, blues, and violet. Monet has a very distinctive...
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"True to Me" Born in 1902, in Joplin, Missouri, Langston Hughes spent most of his first years with his grandmother (Britannica). He was not raised under the best of circumstances but, he was very ambitious. He attended public schools in Illinois and Kansas and then graduated from high school in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1920. During the Harlem Renaissance ( The New Negro Movement) of the 1920's and 1930's, he went on to Columbia University in New York City, where he attended classes for one year (Britannica). An experience he had while attending Columbia, may have prompted him to write the poem, "Theme for English B", 29 years later. The poem's setting takes place at Columbia University's Morningside Campus in the city of Harlem. The year, 1949. A time where slavery is far behind, but no where near forgotten in the minds of Americans. Although Langston Hughes is the author of the famous poem, "Theme for English B", the speaker is a 22 year old black male student, who is given a seemingly simple assignment by his white English teacher, to write a paper which is true. The instructor said, "Go home and write a page tonight. And let that page come out of you–Then it will be true" (Hughes 2-5). Eager to begin his assignment, the young man waltzes home through the streets of Harlem, to the local YMCA which serves as his temporary residence, to gather his ideas. Once there, he sits and begins to wonder how he, a young African-American male, could possibly write something that the English teacher would consider to be true. He knows that being black will never make him white, and the English teacher being white could never be black. Then suddenly, it hits him. The simple fact that even though he and his instructor probably...
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I arrived at the University of Chicago 2 months ago and since then, I've been sustained through numerous late night study sessions by the caffeine in Diet Coke. The product is available in many packages to suit the tastes of different consumers. These include 12 oz aluminum cans, 20 oz plastic bottles, and the 2-liter bottles which I prefer. They are also bundled differently, for example, sold separately, as six packs, and 12 packs. The bundling and packaging of the product affects the price per ounce and therefore, the set of Diet Coke products are not entirely homogeneous. The 2-Liter Plastic Bottles of Diet Coke which I buy, one at a time, however, are an example of a standardized product available in numerous shops in the University of Chicago area. It is a homogeneous good such that all the bottles are in exactly the same package, are the of the same brand, have the same content, and are therefore perfect (1 to 1) substitutes of each other. Table I shows the various locations and the nominal price in US$ for a 2-Liter Plastic Bottle of Diet Coke in the University of Chicago area, as observed over the past week. The nominal price is used as a measure of real value since these observations where made over a relatively short interval of time. Shop Location Price (including-tax) Hyde Park Co-op 55th and Harper $1.84 Walgreens 55th and Harper $1.84 Kimbark Liquors 53rd and Woodlawn $1.84 University Market 57th and Kenwood $2.12 Blockbuster Video 53rd and Hyde Park $1.84 Table-I At 4 out of the 5 locations, the price of a 2-Liter Plastic Bottle of Diet Coke is exactly the same! However, the price at the University Market shop is 10% higher. These prices can be divided geographically. One, in the immediate University of Chicago campus area (57th Street Market), and the other...
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This is the essay on nothing. I chose to write about nothing. In other words, "Blah, Blah, Blah." These words might seem nonsesical to you but to me they are the essence of my being. Where would I be if I could not say,"Blah, Blah, Blah" Then i decided to fly a kite. Boy was that swell. it was the greatest time I EVER HAD. I am trying to write a paper now but i am having dome trouble because i don't know what i am talking about. It is fun to just ramble on about nothing. i bet i know what you're saying to yourself, "blah blah blah". you see i told you. Its like the universal language for shut up your boring. Oh boy I think i still have a few more words to go before I can register. i think this whole thing is silly. I just wanna read the papers for opinions. I would never actually hand one in as my own. that would be terribly wrong. If any of you are planning on doing that you definetly shouldn't. I mean thats plagiarism. you could go to jail for that. People beat you in jail and do lots of other horrible horrible things to you. I am not from earth, i am from a land far far away. we have purple trees and orange cows. you know what i think this is actually a good writing excercise. i'm just writing completely non sensically based upon what pops into my head. i wonder if i could find a pattern in my toughts....
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Albert Einstein once stated, "The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is all comprehensible." I'm sure he was thinking of the potential contained in tiny bits of matter, but for me, the incomprehensible had a much more practical place: the subject of English. My journey to make sense of this began in English 0920. I now know that with the knowledge I have learned, I can comprehend English. When I was in high school I seemed to sneak through the cracks, and I had not taken an English class in almost two years. I had forgotten a lot of the skills necessary to start out in English 1010. English 0920 has helped me progress in my English skills. It met immediate needs; I learned additional concepts, and I learned the importance of revision. I had some problems coming into 0920. The first weakness that I had to focus on was punctuation. When it came to punctuation, I was blind; I don't seem to see anything wrong in the punctuation department. Punctuation has always been hard for me to grasp, but in this class I have learned the six comma rules which have helped me in my struggle with commas. Every time I write or rewrite, I notice more and more of the errors that I have been making when dealing with punctuation. The second weakness that I discovered coming into this class was how to organize my writing. I can honestly say that in the past I have never been taught how to organize a paragraph or essay in any shape or form. Organizing is very important in writing. Without it, my writing is not organized, and the reader is confused with what I am trying to convey through my writing. I have learned to use a guideline...
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There are many steps that one must take to write a paper. Throughout my years in writing I have always had problems trying to figure out what it is that I am going to write about. Writing an essay isn't as easy as it may seem. No matter how perfect I may think my final draft come out, something always out wrong and I have to go back and fix my errors. These are the steps that I must take so that I can become a better writer in college. I have been thought many different types of ways to write. For example I was thought to always pre write. Prewriting always helps me figure out what it is I want to write about. There are many ways that someone is able to pre write. Some of the methods used for pre writing are as follows: brainstorm, make clusters, outlines and one of the easiest things that I learned to do is free writing. Once this is all put together you as the writer can start putting the pieces together and deliver a good essay or research paper for a reader to read. Pre writing really helps me out in many ways. Not only in writing a paper but in putting an idea together. For instance when your planning out an event you pre write. You make an outline of what it is you are going to use. As in writing you do the same, you may write down something you think your going to use then later on you may omit it. When reading a paper you are able to tell if the writer actually took his or her time to pre write. When I've read papers that I have wrote I am able to tell when I actually took...
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