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Unformatted text preview: Mike Heaton Eng 121-001 Reney Lordidch 14 September 2009 Wrong Have you ever done something that your parents told you not to do right after they got done telling you not to? Back in my junior year in high school this happened to me. It was a Friday in the middle of January and my friend Cam and I were planning on going up to the mountains after school to go backcountry snowboarding. Since the only car we had at the time was my parent’s, I decided to call them and ask if I could take it up to the mountains after school. When I asked my mother of coarse right away she said, “No way, it just snowed up there and there is no way that that car would make it up there.” And that was the end of that. Well it probably should have been. Instead we just decided to ditch the rest of school and head up there so we could be back before my parents noticed. As I’m driving up into the mountains, not even really knowing where I’m heading, we started to notice that there really was a lot of snow up there. This didn’t stop us though we just kept driving until we notice that there really was a lot of snow up there....
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor Carpenter during the Spring '08 term at Alaska Anch.
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