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Muhammad Manzoor Tony Notarides English 1102 19 January 2019 Jacob the guitar player There once was a boy named Jacob. He lived in a tiny town with less than 500 people in it. The town was name Herbertsville, California. Everyone knew everyone. There was one school with 85 kids attending it. It went from pre-k to High school. Within this town Jacob had been one of the most popular people. He was the only person who knew how to play guitar, and he was extremely gifted at it. He was envied by the whole town because he had been one of the few people to make it out of there and give themselves a nice life. He had moved to Los Angeles where he signed a major record deal. He made more money than everyone in that small town combined. One Christmas he had just made another album that was scheduled to be his biggest one yet. For celebration he went back to his roots and saw his family, his mom, sister, brother, and
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Unformatted text preview: dad. It had been a little while but they kept in touch. Jacob had been sending money home to them so that none of them had to work. On that christmas it had started to snow. Even though they were in California, they were in the northern part of the large state, and so it had started to form a storm. It was the worst snow storm that the entire U.S. had ever seen. His entire small townwas torn apart from the cold winds, and 50 of the townspeople had died. It was devastating. Jacob Knew he had to do something. He paid for the entire town to be rebuilt from the money he had made as a guitar player.Once he did he was broke, under a bed, and contemplated on giving up. His life had completely turned around. It went from rags to riches to rags. The moral of the story is to not be too nice. My numbers were 2 6 7 8...
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