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Sydney Hershman Professor Goodman February 3, 2011 ID #9066255283 Surprise Attack For as long as I can remember, I have always had a fear of bees. I definitely share this fear with many people, but I find the buzzing sounds a bee makes extremely intimidating. Although this fear was not warranted, as I had never been stung as a child, I was apprehensive by the possibility of being the one person out of every one thousand that goes into anaphylactic shock after being stung by a bee. I had watched my friends been stuck with “EpiPens” and dreaded the fact that that could one day be me. Luckily, until I was thirteen, I had never had the opportunity to find out, or experienced the pain that follows a bee sting. My dog, Charlie, has always been mischievous. When allowed to freely roam the backyard as a puppy, he would often bring home “presents” to his new family. These included newborn rabbits and baby birds that he would hold in his mouth. While the family did not appreciate the gifts, Charlie’s adorable face and puppy eyes were
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course ENTOMOLOGY 201 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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