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  • one year ago

O<O Essay criticism. BRING ON YOUR CRITICISM BREH Who am I you may ask? Don’t worry I ask myself that alot too. I am Thomas B. Lynch of Akron. I was born on the 15 of November 1998 in a small little hospital room filled with doctors and a screaming mother. Nobody else was there, no family members, or father; who has denied my existence since my birth. November 15, 1998 at also funny enough on that same day a full on bombing of the country of Iraq was avoided by the United States. I spent most of my existence within a rather wealthy area where life was seemingly perfect, quote the use of the

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    “was” and “seemingly” because around when I was ten I was forced to move because my mother claimed she was in love. As a kid and even now I’m not the most outgoing type’s infact on the Myers Briggs test I got a INTJ, one of the rarest and most critical, contradicting types out there, their number’s being only two percent of the population. I believe my past has greatly influenced how I’ve become today. As a kid I didn’t talk to many of the other kids because, honestly they were too boring. I spent most of my time studying history, politics and what not; I still don’t talk to many people because I still find most of them boring. With how I educated myself and just situated myself out of the normal BS that was going on because I was far too engrossed in politics and warfare, and so it set me on the path I am on today. Generally, on my free time I’ll be reading some kind of book, usually on history or warfare mind you, or planning out my political path I’ll be taking. Now that you know how I feel about myself perhaps you’ll take a look at how others feel about me. Logically speaking I was always considered an outcast and in retrospect I still have that label hovering over my head along with a few other ones. I have been called arrogant, insensitive and cold hearted; which is not entirely wrong, but we’ll get back to that. Now a little bit about the Lynch family, we were originally a family of royalty in both Germany and Ireland. The Lynch family was a strict catholic family being loyal to their fatherland, Germany up until a little bit after the end of world war two. Some because the U.S employed them after the fall of Nazi Germany, others because they were escaping communism. They moved mostly to South Carolina and branched out from there, many still live there. Politically, I believe I’m more looked down upon because most will assume ill of my ideals, which is National Socialism, An ideology made in Germany by none other than Adolf Hitler, yes I know horrible. National Socialism is a right-winged ideology based on the preservation in one’s race, not in racism. It emphasizes the importance of hierarchy and inequality for the creation and maintenance of civilization. Saying all I’ve said I’ll be the first to admit I don’t fit into society in the least. Not that I’d want to be part of such a weak spined society if I had the choice. Our very existence changes everyday, shoving us closer and closer to the ultimate end, however it may end. Some plans I have before reaching that end is pretty vast and wide. My first immediate plan is to enlist into the Marine Corps Infantry and serve my country which has given me everything I have and am today. I plan on serving for six years in Infantry and if I happen to survive and not meet my end in my time serving my country then I’ll join the Orange County Sheriff's Office well I’m in school for political science and psychology. After a year of mandatory patrol service if I don’t get offed by some thug I’ll go to SWAT. After about eight years in SWAT, If I’m still not offed by a thug I’d retire from the Sheriff's office and go into politics and run for president of the United States.

  2. anonymous
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    **END ESSAY**

  3. pooja195
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    Asking questions at the beginning of an essay is kinda middle schoolish its better not to start with one.

  4. pooja195
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    @tbl can i paste this onto a google doc and put a link here? I want to help you edit this

  5. pooja195
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    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NuPhJ9kUBkPT0wnnt_T1ZdmH2vm8dRR-NjGDb8lpNLU/edit?usp=sharing

  6. anonymous
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    Yeah, go ahead. I had tried that originally but it wouldn't let anyone through.

  7. pooja195
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    What kind of essay is this? Is there a rubric?

  8. pooja195
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    @tbl

  9. anonymous
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    Yeah hold on I'll get it. And I can't really explain what about it because it's justtttt hard to explain? I guess

  10. anonymous
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    Similar to the theme of American Literature, you have changed and evolved throughout your existence. This quarter you will discuss these changes, breaking them down into three sections: Who I am, What I am, and What I will become. In these three sections, you will speak on yourself, in-depth, using your words, eye contact, and presence. In the first section, you will discuss the idea of: Who I am. Start off with an adjective or a noun that describes the section. Information in this section should include your past, situations that have made you who you are today, your activities, hobbies and your present. In the second section, you will discuss the idea of: What I am. Start off with an adjective or a noun that describes the section. Information in this section should include the way in which people see you vs. who you feel that you really are, your Myers Briggs results, your family and origins (religious, cultural, etc.), and how you think you fit in as a citizen living in America in the year 2015. In the third and final section, you will discuss the idea of: What I will become. Start off with an adjective or a noun that describes the section. Information in this section should include future plans, how you will achieve those plans, things that you could possibly hinder you from getting there and anything you else feel is necessary to describe you and the person you will later on be. @pooja195

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