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James got his pleasure from coming home drunk, and then taking it out on his lovely wife. Read More
this is a little student argument essay for my class. read it if you like. Read More
An argument that you've probably already heard of. Sorry, having a busy day. Can't spend too much time, bye!!!!!! Read More
Does the design argument successfully establish the existence of a cosmic creator? In this essay, infinityfrost examines the classical teleological argument and the modern fine-tuning argument to determine the veridicality of these theistic claims Read More

Book / Romance

January 03, 2018

This is the story of a Polish man whose sister happens to argue with her mate. Many things will have to happen before they make it up. Read More

Reads: 139

Comments: 3

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This poem is about trying to go the impossible lengths in order to fulfill someone's crazy expectations. Crazy thing is, as hard as you work, you never fill their expectations, and you end up feeling like you need to get someone's approval in order feel complete. Read More
A Piece of History Gone highlights the question: "Which is better? Past or Future? History or Advancement?" A Piece of History Gone shows us or tells us the importance of making a wise decision. It also shows how people, in their own different ways, handle the question at hand with… Read More
With each manifestation predicted is carried its own weight in suggestion. Read More

Reads: 246

Comments: 2

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Keith walked out almost four years ago, but makes a decision to pay a visit to his family on Christmas Day. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

November 19, 2016

Reads: 286

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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This is like a diary entry for me.... Wasn't sure what to title it. I'm talking about an "argument" between my Dad and I from last night. I'd really appreciate feedback in the comments, please. Read More

Short Story / Other

October 24, 2016

Reads: 328

Comments: 12

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Poem / Romance

August 19, 2016

Reads: 150

Comments: 2

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Love was never blind. Read More

Tags: love, blind, rage, argument

Poem / Poetry

August 14, 2015

Reads: 250

Comments: 1

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rash: -displaying or proceeding from a lack of careful consideration of the possible consequences of an action. -an area of reddening of a person's skin, sometimes with raised spots, appearing especially as a result of allergy or illness. in this poem the two become one when the stress of my… Read More
About a year ago I saw the entitled video on Worldstar and it frustrated me and I had to get this off my chest. Read More
A first draft of a part of a chapter which I have been writing, I would love some feedback so I know what I can improve upon. A somewhat romance piece. Read More
A debate is a valid argument given in support of your point of view: your argument is the set of reasons why your proposal is worth a try. Read More
Decided to write out my anger after hearing these words from my boyfriend. A poem about what 'I need space' said to me that day. Read More

Reads: 192

Comments: 1

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It all started with people cheering for their baseball team. There was a thought, and I let just let it flow In a form of a poem. Read More
This is an essay on the topic of gay marriage and why every state should be making it legal. Read More
This is the fourth and final paper I wrote for my creative non-fiction class. The basic conflict is whether or not the original "Die Hard" is technically a Christmas movie. Its just silly little piece that I wrote in response to the suffocating amount of writer ego that was bogging… Read More

Reads: 330

Comments: 1

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This is the fourth and final paper I wrote for my creative non-fiction class. The basic conflict is whether or not the original "Die Hard" is technically a Christmas movie. Its just a silly little piece that I wrote in response to the suffocating amount of writer ego that was… Read More
The old philosophical problem of Theseus’ Ship goes something like this: Theseus sets sail on his ship (ship A). This ship carries replacement parts that are identical to the original ship, enough to make a second ship (ship B). As the journey goes on, Theseus gradually replaces pieces of his… Read More
A conversation between a believer and a nonbeliever, on the topic of "something from nothing". Read More
In this essay I discuss traditional educational values versus Rogerian education values (Carl Rogers) otherwise known as person-centered values, and argue that Carl Rogers, in his book, "A Way of Being," is mistaken on almost every point he makes concerning traditional education. Read More
Tonight a teacher has died. I wonder what humanity has left to ruin. I'm sickened. I hate myself for being part of a race that can take something fragile, and shatter it. You give me things to write about. You inspire a world I so desperately hope I had created.… Read More
My first novel, please leave a comment and some tips and enjoy! There will be more to this so be patient! Read More
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday said he was confident his government could work with Indonesia despite a senior Jakarta official calling his controversial asylum-seeker policy "offensive". Read More
This is for Complicated Girl's Song Competition. I chose 'You Belong With Me' by Taylor Swift. Enjoy and tell me what you think! ~ Why can't you see...you belong with me? Taylor has been crushing on school hottie, Trevor ever since she knew him. But there's just one problem: Trevor… Read More
Simply the rules for successful debating and why it is necessary for humanity to practise such exercises. Read More
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