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    Warriors: Into the Wild, by Erin Hunter, was by far the greatest book I have ever read in my life. Now, to fulfill the true meaning of this story, I will have to explain how beautiful a book this is, which will take quite a while. This story begins with Rusty, a ginger tabby house-cat. Instead of being a wildcat like the many others prowling the forest, he is a simple little cat that has only ever known to rely on the care of Twolegs (humans are called Twolegs in this book, because they stand on two legs and cats stand on four). Meanwhile, the wildcats in the forest are separated into several clans, some of which have more food, members, and power than others. Now, several cats in these clans are strictly against house-cats, thinking that they are weak and owner-reliant, considering that they have never experienced life in the wild. But the clans are in grave danger now, and they need as much help as they can get, although most cats in the clans will not accept that. The key to this story, though, is that you can't judge someone before you get to know the true them, which is what the wildcats realized in this story. You can't label someone as something before you see their capabilities. Anyway, I really hope you enjoy this book if you consider reading it, and try to identify the theme that I explained! :)
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    What a fascinating article. I wonder what will happen :o
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    fade has read this book.
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    fade has read this book.
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    There is no right answer. I won't say who I supported, but I do know that it isn't the end of the world. Of course he has said extremely hurtful things, made awful choices, and embarrassed himself on live television, but it is not the end of the world. If you were really a Hillary supporter, you would accept this as it is, which is what she did. I don't think he can "make America great again," because America is not great and never will be. It was always a chaotic place. Nobody, no matter who they are or how much power they have, can ever make America great. But for now I'll sit back, relax, and enjoy the show of what happens.
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    fadeliked a comment in Donald Trump Elected 45th President Of The United States Of America.
    I really wanted Hillary Clinton to win. She would've made an excellent president. I still think she was a better candidate than Trump, but I have faith in him. Also Clinton's concession speech was so sad. Don't be afraid of the changes Donald might make. He knows lots of people disagree with some of those changes and hopefully that will direct him to a better direction. Like this comment if you agree with me.
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    Rest in peace, Carrie Fisher :(
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    fade wants to watch this movie.
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    fade's movie review was featured in Descendants.
    Descendants was the typical Disney Channel movie. With the same spunky characters and classic plot, it was no different than the other Disney Channel movies I've seen. Of course the music was spectacular, but it followed the same frame: Girl is forced to do something she doesn't want to do. Girl meets boy. Girl falls in love with boy. Girl doesn't know who she really is. Typical, Disney. Typical. This movie would be more entertaining for younger audiences. Like other Disney movies, it included some themes that the audience might not understand fully. Ben asks Mal if she loves him, and they'd known each other for only about a week. You may say that lots of Disney cartoon movies have the same kind of theme, but using real actors and having the audience connect with the theme, this may give people the wrong message. Also, the settings could have been far more distinctive. In the Isle of the Lost, really pay attention to the town. I didn't see any other villains. Mal stated in the prologue that all of the villains had been banished to the Isle of the Lost; how come I only saw Jafar, Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Cruella Devil, and their children? Everyone else was a normal person, and why would they be banished? This just didn't really make sense, honestly.
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