The article "Working At Wendy's" by Joey Franklin from 20 Something Essays by 20 Something Writers. New York: Random House, 2006. 277-286, was about life basically. He goes through a short narration of his co-workers, and his own life. He summarizes
Jeremy Hansen Assignment #3
Bush's address to the nation covers the current standing of the U.S and Iraq in the "global struggle against terrorism." As Bush speaks he brings up the 2005 elections in Iraq and how well they went. Bush then reads on to
AP English Summer Reading Assignments
This summer you will be required to read two books, How to Read Literature Like a Professor, by
Thomas C. Foster and novel you select from the following options: Crime and Punishment, by Fyodor
After reading the article "Working at Wendy's", I believe he was trying to convey that no one is above you for the work you do. It's actually a pretty deep article. What I got from it was more of a feeling of ones pride. Yet, it is also about not pas
Jeremy Hansen Assignment 7 Boredom relief for stupid people? What the fuck is wrong with some people. Are there really people out there that value an animal's life more then that of humans? The answer is yes, and generally these people are stay at ho
Birch Brendan Birch Cocc150.31 4/5/07 Overdue Change
I have chosen to write about cocaine and the different sentences an individual can receive in Federal Courts in regard to whether the drug in question is in a powder form or crack cocaine form.
Jeremy Hansen Assignment #3 Bush's address to the nation covers the current standing of the U.S and the Iraqis in the "global struggle" against terrorism. As Bush speaks he brings up the 2005 elections and how well they went, but last year radical Is
Jeremy Hansen Assignment 6
Animal Medical Testing and Us
Do animals have the same rights as humans? Should we as humans feel remorse for killing, eating, and testing on them? Now I am not going to argue that animals should or should not have the sam
Kite, Sarah, and Andrew Blake. "Animal Experiments." BBC. 17 Aug. 2004. Seriously Ill for Medical Research. 07 Mar. 2007 <http:/www.bbc.co.uk/science/hottopics/animalexperiments/index.shtml>.
"Animals Used for Experimentation FAQs." PETA. 04 Oct. 20
Kite, Sarah, and Andrew Blake. "Animal Experiments." BBC. 17 Aug. 2004. Seriously Ill for Medical Research. 07 Mar. 2007 <http:/www.bbc.co.uk/science/hottopics/animalexperiments/index.shtml>. Kite and Blake are two people for opposite sides giving th
After reading Ann Lamott's "Shitty First Drafts", I feel as though she cleared a few things up for me. I always just assumed that great writers had the ability to sit down and miraculously write pages upon pages of spectacular work. From the idea tha
The two articles that we have read both deal with the war in Iraq. The two articles have completely different perspectives. Bush's address to the nation covers the current standing of the U.S and the Iraqis in the "global struggle against terrorism.
1. Describe the characteristics of three blood patterns.
Most patterns that are spatter type will have some similar characteristics. Droplets in these
patterns will show directionality most of the time and other times where this is not evident can