I am proud with your essay “Gary Lies "Because I loved the way you explain Gary life and when the was in school and details about the chapter.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “Gary goes to church with Rick and Debra, sometimes. After a month or so Rick and Debra stop going to church every day.”I think it is a strong sentence is because when I was little I loved going to church and while I was going up I never went back to church.
Fifth grade is an odd year for Gary because in the book he says that the short nuns threw chalk at him, chased him with books cocked over their heads, squeezed him into cloak closets and on slow days asked him to pop erasers and to wipe the blackboards clean.
Gary Soto, the protagonist in Living Up The Street, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others.
One, he is brave. Two, he is smart. Three, he is athletic. These traits influence his relationships with others.
Now that I've made a Map from living up the street by Gary Soto, I am noticing that this book Living Up The Street is almost is like a poetry because of how he points out every single detail of his life to the book.
I'm learning more about where my food comes from in The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan right now, and in particular, what I'm wondering about is: Why do we use more corn than any other crop? As a matter of fact, it's the most used ingredient in the United States. Just look a the shelves in a supermarket. They are full of corn in disguise! Some of these foods that contain corn are sodas, chips, meats, etc.,
“Go through produce to the back of the supermarket and you’ll find the meats. Where is it?
I just started reading ” The Omnivore’s Dilemma “ by Michael Pollan, and my first impression about this book is that it really change peoples life with everything like their weight, food choices, and also their whole career too.
One question I have is: “ How does one single book change someone's life ? “ What I want the author to explain is how did he do it and did the book really change the lives of others, and this is important because if one single book change someone's career, weight, and the way you eat thats a pretty big deal.
I just started reading The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan, and my first impression of the book is that it talks a lot about how this book could change your life. I really hate it when people make such BOLD comments for two reasons. First--news flash-- the world doesn't revolve around you. Secondly, I just feel naturally uncomfortable thinking that someone can change your lifestyle.
One question I have about this book is: "How could a book do that?" I want the author to explain to me that how a book could change how a person lives .
Well how can I tell this story without feeling sick inside but what i'm about tell you might change the way you look at your neighbor but I’m going to tell you the story anyway because the neighbor I had was a nightmare that I will never forget.
Racism has been going on for so many years but still continues but in different ways. It’s not even the color of your skin or how you look. Racism even happens because of your culture. We have been dealing with this ever since the 9/11 attack in New York City when two planes crashed right into both of the Twin Towers, making them fall to the ground killing a lot of people on that day. After all of that, now people look at Muslims like if they're doing something suspicious or if they have a bomb or something. But not all Muslims are bad they're really good people.
This is my mew pixel art that I did in Minecraft. Minecraft is a game about surviving but you can also create pixel art. In the future, I would like to make a pixel Snivy because it is one of my favorite Pokemon. I built this pixel mew because I wanted to test the ropes in building pixel art. And I thought mew would be the easiest Pokemon to build.Thank you for taking a look into this post. Have any suggestions? Put them in the comment box below.
Hello My name is Gabriel Villanueva. I am a video gamer. I'm currently playing Minecraft if you don't know already Minecraft is, it's probably the craftiest game ever because your only objective is to build whatever anything you want.
You have two choices in this game, build with friends or by yourself. You can obviously create faster with friends so I think that a better option.
Let's cut to the chase these are three things my friend and I built in Minecraft. The first image is my fountain that I built by myself. I built this because my mansion needed a wow factor, so I built this.
My name is Gabriel Villanueva and I am interested in the negative and positive effects in playing video games.I am interested in this topic because I am curious to know what are both positive and negative effects video games cause.I am interested in this topic because I am curious to know what are both positive and negative effects video games cause.In this article I learned that many households have a problem with video games mostly rpg (role-playing games)In the same article I also learned that there many addiction classifications but video games are not yet classified.
The reason I say why do most people don't give respect to video games they deserve.
Most of the time I feel like adults hate on players and they hate even more the games these players play.In my opinion if adults got to play games they might even like it.Don’t get me wrong game can hurt you if you play them for a long time.But games can also have positive effects like deveoloping hand eye cordination and relif players from stress.
If games were a color it will be blue because when i think of blue I think of tranquility and games are tranquill.
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I am thrilled by this object, because as a gamer this could one object could transport you to another world to slay dragons, live a life of a pirate, and exciting battles with friends this is why games provide so much freedom to players.
One part of this object that stands out for me is link, I think this is awesome because link is my favourite nintendo protagonist, link is basically the hero of Hyrule that saves Princess Zelda from demise.
Chapter 5 of Living Up The Street by Gary Soto, "Deceit" is about fifth grade is an odd year for Gary.
Fifth grade is an odd year for Gary because nuns threw chalk at him. According to the book it states: "For four years I attended St. John's Catholic School where nuns threw chalk at me, chased me with books cocked over their heads, squeezed me into cloak closets and, on slow days, asked me to pop erasers and to wipe the blackboard clean."
Fifth grade was an odd year for Gary because he went to a Catholic school named St. John’s. He was chased by nuns and got chalk thrown at him and was squeezed in a cloak closet. Gary met his teacher Mrs. Sloan who had a weird habit of chewing tar.
Gary goes to church with Rick and Debra, sometimes. After a month or so Rick and Debra stop going to church every day. They start watching television every single day when they don’t go to church on Sunday. Gary’s mom describes him as a “short-tail devil that needed God's blessing."
Now that I've made a map about Living Up The Street by Gary Soto I am noticing that I had a lot of fun places ,that are across where they live at but I think these places are working places because they had to get up every morning to do work and chores.
The issues that keep coming up are that they are terrible kids and they have no home training so they don't listen to they parents and they bully other people around the street. It says on page two that they throw rocks at cars and sodas at cars.
Now that I have made a map about living up the street by Gary Soto ,I am noticing that Gary Soto has a sister and a brother. They live in Bradly street in Fresno. Also one day the police was looking for his uncle Leonard because the had a fight in a bar. Also his brother and his sister was playing in the backyard ,they were pretending that the cherry tomatoes sane on his shirt.
Winnie Foster has owned property near Treegap for a long time. Mae wanted to go see her sons but she let them go to the Treegap. She shouldn't let them go to that Treegap if she didn't trust them. I know that she is mad because she only could see them every ten years.
Sometimes I think that she should let them go because people need a break from their kids, like me. If I have kids I would keep them with me forever. I think some people need a break from kids.
I’m intrigued by a painting by Kehinde Wiley. In the painting I see a black man on a horse and a sword and people on the grass.
The man on the horse looks powerful because he looks like he is going to fight by using a horse and a sword. Another thing that makes him strong is the people who are with him. They are calling his name loud and always on his side.
I think that the message is that we fight for what we want, and I say this because of the man's rage. The people can't fight to protect themselves.