anonymous
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flvs question. medal and fan
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anonymous
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Create an evaluative question that can be answered by this excerpt from Little Brother: He slammed his hand down on the desk and then pointed his finger at me. "The *problem*, Mr. Yallow, is that you've been engaged in criminal conspiracy (a secret plan) to subvert (ruin, break) this school's security system, and you have supplied security countermeasures (ways around the system) to your fellow students. You know that we expelled Graciella Uriarte last week for using one of your devices." Uriarte had gotten a bad rap. She'd bought a radio-jammer from a head-shop near the 16th Street BART station and it had set off the countermeasures in the school hallway. Not my doing, but I felt for her.
anonymous
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anonymous
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anonymous
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please
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one could ask 'why do you think Marcus Yallow intentionally "breaks" his school? Is it a form of rebellion or something bigger then that?"

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