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  • Watching Milo Murphy 's Law

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    This week I began to watch Milo Murphy 's law. As a true Phineas and Ferb fan, I really enjoyed it, since there are many jokes and easter eggs hidden in Milo Murphy that date back to Phineas and Ferb. But, just three episodes in, I began to devise a theory. Maybe it 's too early in the show to tell, but I have a pretty bold theory, and I 'm prepared to back it up. My theory: Melissa Chase is Candace 's Sister At first glance, this theory seems impossible. So rather than try to explain my theory

  • The Mad Scientist Archetype Is Portrayed In The Media

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    How The Mad Scientist Archetype Is Portrayed In The Media A common stereotype of scientists in the media is the “mad” scientist role. This is a chilling figure that appears in many movies and television shows that feature scientists. They are portrayed as someone who is sinister and isolated. The book Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema by David Kirby talks about how science is inaccurately shown in the media. He notes, “cinematic depictions of science involve the production

  • Rollercoaster

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    There are hordes of roller coasters getting designed and made all over the world, but this one is different from a lot of them. Underwater is a theme that a lot of people enjoy gawking at. My roller coaster is an underwater coaster. The technology involved in making all of the designs was made by the best in the business. It hits spins, sharp turns, loops and enormous drops. It is 254 feet in the air and has a top speed of 53 miles per hour. It is 5,345 feet long (1629 meters) and takes 68 seconds

  • Rollercoaster Ride

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    Enjoy the Ride My trip to Japan was a rollercoaster ride of emotions, experiences, and . It started off as any ride does. Waiting in line, heart beating in your ears, thinking of the possibilities--the endless possibilities--that await once I passed the gate. The ascension built up anticipation. Nerves threatened to bubble over and consume my being; nevertheless, this time was precious. This was the time of dreams. The time for creating the perfect scenarios, and I played them in my mind on repeat

  • The Rollercoaster Ride

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    We stepped into line, starting to feel butterflies in our stomachs.. Walking through as we hear the rollercoaster rushing above heads. Feeling anxious, but excited at the same time. A summer day with the feeling that a storm is coming. Talking to pass the time, when we noticed what was going to happen. The dark gray sky emerging by the second. Rumble after rumble. The sky began to cry. “Oh no,” I said, “I’m getting soaked.” Marissa replied, “So am I, do you think they shut down the- “We will be

  • The Rollercoaster Of Charlie

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    Rollercoaster Of Charlie Have you ever thought what it would be like to be a genius? Well, 37-year-old Charlie Gordon experienced it. Charlie got picked to undertake an operation that would triple his IQ of 68. He wanted more than anything to be smart and fit in, this was a great opportunity for him. Charlie got to be intelligent, even if it was for only a little while therefore Charlie was better off having the surgery than if he never had it all. Before the surgery, he had a hard time fitting

  • The Longest Rollercoaster

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    Unable to exist in Harmony The Longest rollercoaster I have been in is the rollercoaster of the relationship between my grandmother and I. “ I feel like I have been waiting on something that isn’t going to happen” ( From the beginning of time I have hated my grandmother and most of my life I didn’t know why. Most people love their grandparents and worship them for their lovingness and general nature but for me it has always been this deep seeded hatred when

  • Descriptive Essay On A Rollercoaster

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    The 3rd fastest rollercoaster in the world reaches a speed of 120 mph. It’s called the Top Thrill Dragster, and I rode it last summer when we visited Ohio. That one ride taught me that I can do anything with enough determination. I stared up at the rollercoaster that was as fast as the fastest cheetah. “Ok.” I’d said the words, now all I had to do was actually ride the rollercoaster. We got in the neverending line. The sign said it would take at least an hour before we got on the ride. The park had

  • Rollercoaster-Personal Narrative

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    Click!Click!Click!AS the rollercoaster went up the mountain like a plane climbing into the air.As the rollercoaster climed up the mountain my fear grew. I could see the cave ahead.But little did I know that that cave we were going into was not the end of the ride.”Are we almost done,” I said in a scared voice to my mom. “It's ok,” she said in a soothing tone they just then we entered the cave the pitch black of the cave seemed as if someone turned of a light the cave seemed even darker as we got

  • Personal Narrative: Rollercoaster

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    Rollercoaster, Rollercoaster, would be a phrase used to describe my life. I grew up in Anthony, Texas with my grandmother who raised me and my cousin. Looking back at my baby pictures I can see a little mischievous monkey, I had straight long hair, super skinny, with peach fuzz on my face, arms and back. My family gave me the nick name “Changa”. As far as I can remember I was always getting into things and causing my grandmother to get after me. During my childhood, my families indulged