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Annotating & Redaction Reading

Last Friday Rob sent us away with the task to collect three texts to annotate and bring to class. I chose a extract from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a definition of Semiotics, and an article based on packaging from Creative Bloq. 136 more words




Poor Carroll. Don’t do red lyrium kids! 

That was Carroll???

No. No. No.

It was. :( Cullen even makes a plea (I think it’s on the war table) to end him quickly because he knew him once.

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A Tribute to Carroll Petrie by Decoradoc

Nan Kempner, Pat Buckley, Judy Peabody, and now Carroll Petrie. It seems that so a lot of of the socialites whom I read about as a child are dead. 37 more words

In Defense Of Throwing On 2nd and 1 Foot

We’ve had over a week now to digest the outcome of the SuperBowl. I’ve had a week to come to terms with how much money that dying-seconds Russell Wilson pick cost me. 814 more words

"This one goes all the way to the top" : Conspiracy in Superbowl XLIX

“When Jermaine caught that ball, I felt it was meant to be for us. Oh, no doubt — we’re gonna score. Beast Mode. Beast Mode! Best back on the (expletive) planet.

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The Catch. The Call. The End.

Coping With Seattle’s Super Bowl 49 Loss And Finding Motivation To Pull Youself Out Of Bed.


We all know how that drive and the Seahawks season ended. 2,696 more words


Seattle Coach Discusses Final Play Call In Super Bowl: MSNBC

Many people – amateures and experts alike – questioned the Seattle Seahawks’ final play on the goal-line in the Super Bowl.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll – whose controversial goal-line call helped clinch the victory for the other team – tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer he’s been “sleeping some” in the days following the game. 13 more words

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