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    “No,” Wes said, “I was talking about how you're a ghost.” “Oh, that. I don't know,” Danny looked in the mirror, “pretty sure I look human.” “Looks are deceiving. I mean, if not for all the glowy stuff, Phantom looks human, even though he's not.” “But I'm not him,” Danny said slowly. “But you are.” Danny sighed, “Look, Wes, you're a good guy, I can tell. But you need to let this go. If there's something going on in your life that's pressured you into this obsession or something, you can always

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    Everyone tries to be like the actors or characters they see on television or in movie theatres. Often times people can’t really see themselves as one character because they see too many negative aspects, and instead choose a character that they want to be more like because the traits of that character are more appealing. People often try to associate themselves with different aspects of a character. Some people may say something like “This character is so generous, I’m like this character because

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    you’re the famous Danny Phantom?” Ron asked, leaning on the table and looking at the white haired hero behind him as he nodded and waved slightly. “Yeah, you could say that. No need to ask your name. Danny Fenton’s told me a lot about you.” Phantom said, “I’m sorry for you getting in the way of that fight with Skulker, man.” “No big,” Kim said, leaning on the table as well and smiling at him as he raised an eyebrow and leaned into his seat, “Ron here had been looking for Danny when you saved him

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    go, it could have been his general boredom, stress from his tireless research, Walter's persistence to do something outside of his room, or maybe he had a pathetic hope that he could convince some of the more open-minded goths to believe him about Danny. Whatever it was that brought him there, it was a strikingly out-of-character coercion to act on that kind of whim. The poetry night was held in a separate room than the main store, and within, were various tables full of bored looking goths he'd

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    Humble and the Mysterious Phantom Once upon a time there lived a creature that had been sighted to be a scaly monster; he lived in the land called Shadow Mist. The land was grey, it was so grey it looked like there was gravel everywhere. I can 't even begin to tell you how awful the trees looked; they looked so brown like they were all painted in mud. The creature always slept but, even though the people knew this they never ventured to the land. There was a lizard called Humble, he was a dark green

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    DAAAAA DA DA DA DA DAAAAAAAA DA DA. I still remember the feeling in my stomach as I watched the flashing chandelier rise to the ceiling right above my head.  To think that I did not want to be there in the first place. Boy had my mom proved me wrong. It had all started at my Grandparents 50th anniversary celebration… I sat in the corner observing my surroundings. A platter of food in the center of the square room. People gathered in small groups chatting waiting for dessert to come out. I am always

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    A Short Story : A Story?

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    The city was ablaze with activity. People walked to and fro, too absorbed in their own lives to pay Blake any attention. He certainly did not mind. He strolled down the streets steadily. "Carter." Blake flinched as he caught sight of Charlotte's haunting smile. She stood a little ways ahead of him, her arms locked behind her back in an innocent manner. "Where are you going, Blake?" He said nothing in return, pausing before her. Charlotte stood near a street lamp, her monochromatic figure contrasting

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    Often times when people hear the word romance, they think in matters of the cultural definition; this consisting of passionate love, companion love, and infatuation. Cultural romance is a common theme in today’s society, and it is often the only form of romance that people today are familiar with or even aware of. However, romance can also be thought of in terms of its dictionary definition. Romance can be described as a specific time period, art style or genre, events, one’s imagination, or someone’s

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    Phantom Research Paper

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    • REPRESENTATION OF THE ‘OTHERS’ IN PHANTOM COMICS AND ITS EFFECT ON CHILDREN Phantom, a very popular comics superhero is adapted in various forms of media including, television, movies and videogames. Media features a crime fighter in peculiar costumes operating not only in the deep woods of Africa but also in the urbanscapes wherever crime looms large. The Phantom series first came out in the daily newspaper strips on seventeenth February, 1936, was followed by a colour strip which came out on

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    Hollywood is filled with paparazzi photographers. They are increasing every year. The “OK” magazine had posted a celebrity weeding for the couples Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas. Some paparazzi photographers had sold it to “OK” magazine. But “Hello” magazine did not like that so they had published an issue featuring pictures of the couple taken in secret in their weeding. Some people agree about what “Hello” magazine said and some of them disagree. The following report presents our recommendation

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