The state is located off the coast of California and is named Greenmoor. Greenmoor is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. Greenmoor is a very large island far west off the coast of California. Greenmoor has a lot of forest area and is also surrounded by water so there is lots of wildlife so they have a lot of hunters and fishermen. They eat meat and seafood basically every day because it is really expensive to get imported goods to Greenmoor so people tend to hunt for their food or fish for it. Greenmoor either had the rich or the poor because there wasn’t really many jobs open it was either you were a fisherman, a hunter, or you found a way just to get by in Greenmoor. It is warm year round, sunny all day and sometimes rains. Since they don’t really have a lot of freshwater coming in from the U.S they take the ocean water and purify it through their machines. Some people even take buckets and capture the rain water to wash their clothes, body, and such. There also was no running water in Greenmoor and the government controlled when the electricity was turned on and shut off. When Greenmoor’s leader resigned from being a leader a guy name Henry Mack came to be the new leader of Greenmoor. He promised the country of Greenmoor that there would be constant resources from the U.S coming into Greenmoor, There would be lots more jobs for people to take, the electricity would be running 24/7, there would be running water constantly, he promised other things that sounded like gold but was just said so people of Greenmoor would want Henry Mack as their new leader. When Henry Mack came to be the new leader of Greenmoor he did not do what he said he would do to help Greenmoor. He changed the way of life in Greenmoor. He made so that in school you were only taught to read, write, speak, and learn about atheists and why it’s good to be one. He also taught them that the way of life in Greenmoor is the way to go and they only learned what Henry ordered the schools to teach. Once you learned that he would make you work all day for a low pay and if you refused or talked bad about him he would torture you and then eventually kill you and feed you to the sharks. Henry only allowed one religion and 1 religion only and that religion was atheist. Henry didn’t believe in god so he didn’t want people to have different beliefs as him. So anyone that wasn’t atheist would be sent to this underground prison located underneath Henrys house and they would be tortured and used for work around Greenmoor until they were too sick to work and died. Also anyone found thinking of different ways of life, refusing, teaching kids different, or anyone that didn’t like the way Henry ran Greenmoor was sent to the underground prisons or killed on the spot. When you died in Greenmoor there were no funerals he just took the dead person and fed them to the sharks. Henry also took control over the electricity and never turned it on and made the people suffer and do without electricity because he thought it was too much money wasted on the people. He took that money he saved from the electricity and put it towards new ways of torturing people when they disagreed with his actions or beliefs. Eventually he got a group of loyal people that helped him make the decisions he made that helped him with torturing, controlling, terrorizing, and capturing people. They were like his minions made up of about 400 people. They did what he told them to and they enjoyed doing that. Henry made the life of Greenmoor worse and worse. People ended up taking their boats and fleeing Greenmoor because they hated their new leader and the way he did things. Eventually when Henry found out he made a port where you can only get into Greenmoor…
would also love to keep on living my regular life. When I wake up everyday, I’d have my cup of tea like always and cook and clean to start my day. I’d still run my errands. I would basically do anything that was a part of my everyday life but I would try my best to live it without the stress. I’d spend as much time with the people I love as I possibly could. I would tell all of them how much they mean to me and how big of an impact they made on my life. I would use a certain amount of the money I…
Dr. Tim Benson
26 February, 2013
Positive Effects in Everyday Life Due to Wrestling
The way one presents themselves in everyday life is very crucial to the way that person lives and the impressions others have on them. Throughout my life, development in this aspect has become very well rounded due to the positive effects of wrestling. Wrestling is not just a sport; in fact, it is a way of life that teaches men and women the lessons of developing a strong mind, overcoming obstacles…
Happiness in Despair
Sunday afternoons were a ritual to me and my family – especially during Kansas City Chief football season. My family would gather in the living room, scarfing down homemade nachos, and forget about the burdens of this life and just enjoy screaming at the television. September 9th, 2007 was different, however. It was this Sunday afternoon that I had felt that I carried the world on my shoulders.
On that Sunday morning, I woke up and anticipated a normal day of church…
fulfilling life without the being rich or having wealth. He finds almost everything he needs and sometimes more just from the refuse of others around him. Although he does not live a luxury lifestyle, he compares himself to the upper class or, the rich and wealthy. Because he has everything he needs, he no longer has the desire the need to obtain the material things in life. He stops basing his happiness on the success of his job, but instead on the success of finding a meaning to life and his faithful…
In " Life without Principle" Thoreau argues that work should be something we love in order to lead a life worth living, not simply a make a living. The aim of labor should be, not to get his living, to get "a good job," but to perform well a certain work; and, even in an easy sense, it would be making economy for a town to pay its laborers so well that they would not feel that they were working for low ends, as a livelihood, but for scientific, or even moral ends. Do not hire a man who does your…
that guide. to make decisions. Every person has a different set of values which is why everyone handles their everyday situations differently. The values that I trust in play a very important role in my life. The beliefs I have are important because they shape the way that I carry on with my life and the way that I think affects those around me as well. The values that are most important to me are family, happiness, and respect. I have had the fortune of being brought up in a strong family background…
THE LIFE OF PATRICK
Presented by: Erick Portillo
Patrick Henry was the son of Colonel John
Henry and Sarah Winston Syme.
Henry received most of his education
from his father, who had attended King's
College of Aberdeen.
At fifteen Henry began working as a clerk
for a local merchant. At age eighteen, not
yet having found his profession, Henry
married sixteen-year-old Sarah Shelton
Beginning of Adulthood
In 1752, he and his older brother William
opened their own…
not so stressed out about my academic progress.
Time management does not only affect me in school, but it has also made an impact in my personal life. I have been known to miss my daughter’s doctor appointments, and family functions. I have forgotten when bills are due and even important holidays. I purchased a new laptop, and attached a picture as my personal artifact. I use the calendar to set upcoming events, tests and doctor appointments. I make sure that I set a reminder for a week before,…
Henry Dixon Cowell was born on the 11th of March, 1897(Rischitelli, 2005). He began studying music with Charles Seeger in 1914, inspiring over a hundred compositions (Emanuel, 2005). Studying with Seeger placed him in direct contact with the experimentation of dissonance, and the search of ways in which it could be used. Cowell’s musical ideas reflected Seeger’s “use of tone clusters, unusual chord progressions and other experimentations within a traditional context.” (Pescatello, 1992) Cowell held…