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    I think he is an inspiration to all people of all ages because he has reached his goals even if it wasn't exactly what he wanted. For kids our age it shows that if a 105 year-old man can run a 100 meter sprint you positively have the ability to just run it.
    Over 5 years ago
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    Well, for one, if the ice hotels were permanent it would go from "The Ice Hotel" to "The Puddle". I'm sure the sand would last a little while but erosion would take a great deal of it away. Also, if you keep a special thing like these hotels in a certain place and you are able to preserve them, they wouldn't be as special anymore. You just lose interest and when you walk down the street with your friends you just start saying, "Oh, yeah. Look, somebody's tongue got stuck again on the ice on the door. I guess they'll just have to call the Ice Police." See, you just start getting used to it and that's probably not one of the people who build these things goals.
    Over 5 years ago
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    I think the hardest thing for me to overcome would be getting over the fact that I wouldn't have as much privacy or space. I've always gotten used to doing tings like reading a book or doing homework in my room where there is nobody else to bother me. I just get frustrated and annoyed and I'm not comfortable.
    Over 5 years ago
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    I think the coolest stunt to pull off would be to complete the Rubik's Cube underwater in a shark cage with meat all around. It would be interesting to see how the person would get distracted by the sharks.
    Over 5 years ago
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    I think it varies because its orbit is more like an oval and it is farther away at some points.
    Over 5 years ago
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    I think that I would have chosen the money in a month because it would be more rewarding to me. I think it would have taught me patience and how to save the money I had already.
    Over 5 years ago
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    Solving the Rubik's Cube in 60 seconds may not seem like a big deal. In fact, it is painfully slow considering that 15-year-old world record holder Collin Burns is able to compl...
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    On Sunday, September 27th, skywatchers will witness the grand finale of the rare lunar eclipse tetrad (series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses). And it promises to be qu...
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    I have read plenty of books that always want to make me go "Wow," in the review. This one made me go "Whoa." This is the only book I have read so far that has been capable to make me feel this way. I understand that there are plenty of other emotional, heartbreaking books out on the shelves that would probably make you go "Whoa," but this one made me understand it from a different point of view. The Son of Neptune made me hold a higher respect for fictional books that usually we just read to read. We don't read them for the experience but usually because we want to read about something cool that's not on this world. We read them so we can get distracted by our normal boring eat-cereal-go-to-school-go-to-bed lifestyle. At least, that's what I thought. Then I read this book. It actually made me realize that there is some emotion going on in these books. There is some relativity going on that we just ignore because we are only reading this book for enjoyment, not emotion. The Son of Neptune was just so strong in emotion that I realized what we were all missing out on. I read The Fifth Wave and now I was like, "Okay, wow. This is different," because The Son of Neptune changed it. In the best way possible of course. I am not so comfortable with a lot of new characters being introduced into a book but I learned to get over it because it all eventually feeds into the plot. I have never been so moved by a book before in a different way than usual.
    Over 5 years ago

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