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1. Who can calculate the losses left by Sept. 11? So many wounds to the hearts of families, so many wounds to the souls of New Yorkers, so many wounds to the peace of Americans. 2. Who can calculate the losses left by Sept. 11? There were so many wounds to the hearts of families, so many wounds to the souls of New Yorkers, so many wounds to the peace of Americans. 3. Pay attention! 4. The van wasn’t on the road; it was on the shoulder. My shoulder. 5. Sitting at the kitchen table telling my dad about my week at the beach. I was interrupted by my boyfriend. 6. When I got home, I emptied the envelope on the floor, amazed at what spilled out. Bits and pieces of strangers’ lives, hundreds of markers of personal history. 7. It’s upsetting to sit through AP Chemistry. While the track star’s coach gets him out of classes. 8. They are the people who have no homes. No drawer that holds the spoons.
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Unformatted text preview: No window to look out upon the world. 9. With the Internet, tons of information can be accessed. Such as information for school reports and homework. 10. In the mid-afternoon there came a curious darkening of the sky, and a lull in everything that made life tick. 11. After a long journey we finally arrived. The fresh air, the beautiful trees, the sun glittering on the lake. 12. If I would be allowed to make a law I would let skaters skate wherever they want. As long as they dont hurt anybody. 13. Then when do we need rules? When our wires get crossed and we fail to understand one another. 14. Obviously you need to build in some kind of rules, but what kind? Prescriptive rules? 15. Obviously you need to build in some kind of rules, but what kind? Should they be prescriptive rules? 16. Ah, sweet sixteen. The drivers license, car, new freedom and independence....
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Buchholtz during the Spring '08 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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