FC: My Life in Short
1: Dedicated to no one due to insufficient finical grant. Hasa Diga Eebowai
2: Let The Good Times Roll | Antagonist The antagonist in my life is Mrs. X. She is my antagonist because she issued unreasonable assignments, constantly controlled me, and forced me to read Across Five Aprils. Firstly she issued unreasonable assignments in the form of notebook checks. These were unreasonable due to length and difficulty. Secondly she was controlling by threatening to fail me several times and also forcing me to do extra work to make up for my laziness.Lastly, she forced me to read Across Five Aprils. I personally find the book boring and stupid. In conclusion Mrs. X is my antagonist because she issued unreasonable assignments, constantly controlled me, and forced me to read across five Aprils.
3: Protagonist The protagonist in my life is Mitt Romney because he made his own fortune, saved the Olympics and is a heartless capitalist. Firstly he made his own fortune through investing. This is admirable because he added to his personal fortune and the number of jobs in the nation's economy at the same time. Secondly he saved the 2002 winter Olympic games and the American spirit in one swift move. Finally he is a heartless capitalist who bought peoples ideas, fired them and then sold their ideas and sold them for a profit. Its not good business, its great business. In conclusion I admire Mitt Romney because he made his own fortune, saved the 2002 Olympic games, and is a heartless capitalist.
4: King Size Coke has More for You
5: My first trip to Vegas! Cheers!
6: Let the dice roll! | Irony The greatest (only) example of irony in my life occurred earlier this year when it rained for several days straight. Being the good Samaritan I am I went down to my friend Rhys's house to do something helpful. I expected to find a depressed and hysterical street. Instead I found a party. The Pinder's deck had been turned into a dock from which I kayaked. My night was topped off with several slices of pizza. This is ironic in my book because their houses were flooding and yet the residents of Condigunent Drive were having a good time.
7: Restore Our Future-Mitt Romney for President
8: Foreshadowing One of the more exciting examples of foreshadowing in my life was when I did not study for a math test and got a D on it. It all started several weeks earlier when we began learning about the Twilight Zone in English. I instantly fell in love with the series and traveled to the library to check out some more episodes on DVD. Back to the present; this dreary Thursday afternoon was the first free time I had had in days and I was eager to take advantage of it. Then it hit me: I had a math test tomorrow. Being myself I simply shrugged the homework off assuming that she wouldn't check it. When the period of the test came I had nothing to show for the home work and a test of unfamiliar math problems. In short I barely passed...
9: Visit Mexico | Meet drug lords you've never heard of | Book now and have free pot sampler delivered to your room
10: Imperialist of America...Taking Over the World One Card At A Time
12: Las Vegas
13: What happens in vegas stays in vegas!
14: Setting The setting of my life is Washington DC. Our nation's capital has everything I could ever want in the form of museums, grand buildings, and great places to eat. Washington has the world's best museums: the Smithsonian. I could spend a full year browsing these pinnacles of knowledge. Every capital should be full of grand buildings and Washington is no exception. Weather its the Washington Monument or the capital of America Washington is full of grand buildings. Lastly, our capital has wonderful food. My favorite restaurant, Capital City Brewing Company, is located by historic Ford's Theater. In a city the size of Washington there are always more restaurants to try...I have just scratched the surface. In conclusion I love the museums, restaurants, and grand buildings of our capital city!
15: We had good luck on saturday!
16: Visit Las Vegas
18: Best Toy Ever!!!!!!!!
19: Keep the Cow Flying!! | Happy Cow
20: Climax The climax of my life is when I sold some of my stock for a huge profit. It all began on the day of the BP oil spill. Where as most investors quickly sold their stock due to a high chance of a decrease in value I ran to the failing company and purchased a small amount of stock. Being myself I knew that it would pay off eventually. Several Years into the future, summer 2011, I received a stock report from my favorite newspaper, USA Today. In it I could see that my share prices had doubled. Acting quickly I sold the stock and made a handsome profit. In conclusion, patience pays off.