Population One: Autism, Adversity, and the Will to Succeed
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Thoughts about the title “Population: ONE”

There are a lot of thoughts about anything really. But there is one reason why things happen. People like them, or they don’t. I personally like to spread out on why I chose the title Population: One. Abandoned place that only lives on one person, it keeps the place alive. His/her world, no one else […]

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The Marvelous Masterpiece of Music

I am proud to say that I’m one of the many many people who adores music. It really sets the mood if ya think about it. For example, if I listen to happy music, it makes me happy. Sad music makes me sad, and mad music makes me mad. Music I think really truly sets […]

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What is Autism? Is it a problem?

“Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors. They include autistic disorder, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) and Asperger […]

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Left first, Right last

Ever since I was a little dude, I’ve always had a thing for the left and to the right. It seems so interesting to me because when I discovered left or right, I thought there was this balance. When I was an elementary school student, I would spin to the left 3 times, and to […]

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Pressure Among Peers

Peer pressure! That’s right. It’s a common two worded saying. The definition of peer pressure is when a kid or a group of kids get another kid or a group of kids to do something. Usually that something isn’t good like steeling doughnuts. Stupid idea, yet funny. Personally I like funny things, but that kind of funny […]

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The Legacy of The Rainbow Seed

In 2003, I had an assignment. That assignment was to work quietly in 3rd grade and write a story about flowers. I got really really excited when I got that assignment because for one thing, I like writing stories, and I love flowers. I was one of the few boys in Seattle that adore flowers, and I still do […]

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Defying A Tiger

Tigers are brightly colored cats with black stripes. Their color of fur is bright orange, but covering that orange is the dark black stripes. I have bright moments, but sometimes they cloud up with dark moments. Those stripes allow the tiger to blend in with certain surroundings that will make the tiger camouflaged so it can hide. A […]

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Looks on the outside.

I have been observing people’s looks throughout the years. All over school, in the city, on T.V., and a lot of other places in the world. When I look at myself in the mirror, I see something different then other people. Of course, every face is different, but I’ve noticed that I have a rounder […]

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After Saying Goodbye to the Seniors

I keep on hearing students saying that freshman year was a bad year. For me, I think that any year is a good year as long as people see it as good. I felt like I had a great year being a freshman. As a matter of fact I had some help becoming a Freshman […]

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