FRS The Simpsons Journal #10

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Journal #10: Free-response I came home this weekend, and decided to turn on the television. To my surprise, The Simpsons were on! Though it was already halfway into the episode, I continued to watch it anyway. It was the “Treehouse of Horror XVII,” and there was this clay Jewish monster. He is able to obey anyone’s commands, so long as the commander wrote it on a note and gave it to the monster to consume. The funniest moment would have to be after Lisa ordered him to “speak.” Being able to voice his opinion, he turned out to be quite a nice monster. Never judge a book by its cover, even if he does look like a monster. This is proved from Frankenstein. Monsters also want to be treated the same, due to the fact that he also was lonely and was searching for a girlfriend. “What’s so great about this depression?” -Larry The next short took place during the Great Depression, with a sprinkle of lasers from War of the Worlds. Aliens are invading Springfield! The children in the school all freak out shortly
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course GEOGRAPHY 101 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '11 term at American River.

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