Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Opening 2014 Blog Response

“When writing the constitution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, John Adams wrote: I must judge for myself, but how can I judge, how can any man judge, unless his mind has been opened and enlarged by reading.” ― John Adams 


DIRECTIONS:  Respond to the following statement in a 3-5 sentence paragraph.  

The mall is open and everything is free.

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  1. What I would do would be to grab what I need! Wait why is it free? -Watching the mob- -Grabs Ramen and movies and Video Games- Got to get everything!

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  2. I would go and get everything that I wanted. I would go to Hollister and American Eagle, and I would get some more perfume from their too. I would take anything that was in my sight even if it wasn't in my size. Then I would go take some phone cases too. Then I would go home and try on my new stuff.

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  3. When I here that the mall is open and everything is free I think of three things. One rush to the mall.Two grab a cart and be ready to go. Three shop till I drop! Take everything that's my stile.

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  4. I think there would be big crowds, crowds of people wanting one of everything. Having a mall with everything free might cause selfishness, people might get greedy. All I can imagine is lines of people at the door pushing and shoving.

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  5. The mall is open and everything is free! Wow that is awesome I can't wait to go to the mall now. Also I can get that cool watch I wanted the other day for free. This is going to be a fun shopping spree for sure. I can even get a brand new iPad for free as well. Now time to go crazy at the mall on a shopping spree.

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  6. I think people would go crazy, for example many accidents happened on black friday, and everything is only on discount. I think it would be great though. Honestly I would be there for hours.

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  7. I would rush over to the mall so that everything that I need isn't gone and I still have something to get. I would try to avoid the the games and food for a sec. because there could be mobs of people in there and I wouldn't want to get trampled over. When I think it is clear I will get my things and get out of there fast because I wouldn't want to get caught up and people taking from my cart.

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  9. If every thing in the mall was free. What I would most likely grab would be mainly food. Since people don't really need stuff like Tv's and other stuff like that. All that stuff is just wants not needed.

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  10. If everything was free at the mall I would take everything. Then I would go back home. Then after I get home I would sell it all for money

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  11. Why is it free? I would hurry up and go to the mall and get a lot of stuff. It would probably be really crowded, so I would want to hurry up and leave.

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  12. The statement," The mall is open and everything is free", means to me that there will be a huge crowd going to the mall getting everything fast. I would also think that some people would try and fight to get some of the free items fast. The mall would also cause people to be really greedy and try and do anything they can to get the items they want.

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  13. I think "the mall is open and everything is free" is a metaphor. I think it is a metaphor because I can't think of anything else it would mean. To me this metaphor means that if there is an opportunity open then take it.

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  14. I would first off, I would ask him and see if he was lying or telling the truth. Then if he was telling the truth, I would dart in the mall and hit up all the stores I possibly could. Even if it was a store for shoes and just socks. All the stores for football/gaming would be cleaned out!

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  16. I think there would be a big rush of people trying to get the free items. It would be like black friday shopping, only everything is free. People would be fighting, and I would be running.

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  17. I believe that "The mall is open and everything is free" means that we are able to say anything we want about the topic like a debate. I think this because really I don't think there are many other good answers. In conclusion, "The mall is open and everything is free" means to me that a debate shall start and I believe that because I can't think of a better answer.

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  18. The first thing that comes to mind when I here that statement is excitement. I'm excited because nothing is usually free anymore, and when everything is free in the mall, that's exciting! I also think that if that does happen, its going to be a big mess with everyone trying to get all there things.

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  19. People would go crazy and fight over stuff. There would be swarms of people running in the store. If I was there I would hurry up and leave. The mall would be complete chaos. The mall would be crowed with people.

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  20. I would go tho the mall. I would take everything I could. Then I would sell the items at home.

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  21. The statement, "the mall is open and everything is free", makes me think of multiple things. Like, I can get everything I want and it's all free. Plus I should hurry up and get the things I want before it's all gone. Or it makes me think that this is a scam and don't got for it.

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  22. I think "the mall is open and everything is free" means that their would be people fighting and arguing over cloths and accessories in popular stores just like Black Friday. Their would be

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  23. The statement "the mall is open and everything is free" makes me think that it would be like Black Friday. People would be fighting over things, it'll be crowded, and people will get hurt. It also makes me think that the mall must be closing. That's the only reason I can think of for a mall to close.

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  24. I would start grabbing everything that I wanted and filling my bag. I would text my friends and family that everything in the mall is free. I would push myself through the crowd to get into all the different stores.

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  25. As most people, I would try and get there as fast as I can. You could get clothes, jewelry, food, etc. Yet, the place would be crowded. So there are ups and downs. You could get anything you want, but only if you get there in time.

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  26. The first thing that comes to mind from the statment "The mall is open and everything is free" would be "Why is it free?" If everything was free there would so much chaos. Everybody would want to get the items they want and need. Mostly everyone would be trampled on the floor because they want to get what they want and people would get hurt.

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    1. Yes, I agree because everybody wants everything. Some people may harm other people for the items.

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  27. I think the ''mall is open everything is free'' is a metaphor. The metaphor is explaining that everything in the mall is very cheap.Not that everything is literally free in the mall.

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  28. If a man walked out of the mall and said everything was free, I probably would not believe him. That statement is unreal in the fact that no store would just make everything in their stock free. However, I would go into the mall and try and grab some items, with the thought that I will probably have to pay for it. If, for some reason, the items were really free, I would have some nice items to have at my disposal.

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  29. If the mall was open and everything was free, I would believe that only getting in was free. It probably means that when you start something, you are free to make your own decisions. Things in a mall are not free. When you make your decisions it comes with a good or bad cost. When you buy something at the mall, the price is high or low. It depends if you make the right decision or not. The outcome would be different every time.

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  30. The first thing that come to my mind when I hear the phrase "The mall is open and everything is free" is running inside and seeing total chaos. Just imagine if everyone knew about that. I think that there would be people running everywhere. Now don't get me wrong, I love shopping but I wouldn't go into that madhouse!

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  31. If the mall was open and every thing was free. I would go and get five pairs of J's, ten pairs of basketball shorts, and a lot of shirts. Next i would go and get thing I needed like some spray, and more. But i think if the mall was free people would go crazy!

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  32. "The mall is open and everything is free." That statement represents that you can get anything for free or the manager/boss just felt like giving out free supplies at the mall. So hurry and get your free supplies.

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  33. I would go in and make sure that everything is free, because technically everything is free but you have to steal it. If everything was potentially free then yeah I'd probably go to GameStop and take everything... but thats just me. So, thats what I would do if everything in the mall is free.

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  34. I think the the mall is open and everything is free I honestly wouldn't know what to do because everyone would go crazy about it. Like their would be fights to get that item because it's a fight to win it.

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    1. I totally agree with you. Somebody would take the last pair of shoes that apparently someone really wanted, and then bam. Someone pulls out a gun and everything would go crazy.

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  35. I think that people would take "the mall is open and everything is free" a bad way.They would take anything they wanted without thinking.It could be bad for other people and good for others.Most people would take anything that they could get.If you had an opportunity you should take it.

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  36. I think the metaphor,'' The mall is open and everything is free'', means that a lot of people are at the mall. They are buying a lot of the stuff there and cleaning out the stores. If the mall was open and everything was free, then I would certainly be there too.

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  37. The statement means exactly what it means. People are going to go crazy and they are going to want to go to the mall to get free stuff. It's basically an opportunity for them to get what they want.

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  38. Obviously if I saw "The Mall Is Open And Everything is Free" I would make a trip to the mall. I would first go to the pet shop and get myself a hamster and a rabbit. Next I would quickly walk to Claire's and get hair bows, nail polish, temporary hair dye, and some rings. Then I would make my way to a different store and grab perfumes, clothes, cd's, stuffed animals, and shoes. I would also grab jewelry and makeup.

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  39. When I think of "The mall is open and everything is free" I think of a crowd of people pushing their way to get to each store.s I can imagine a frenzy and adults and children yelling, screaming, running, and grabbing for the things they want. It's scary because children could be lost in such a crowd and people could be injured by the selfishness of people clawing their way through others just to get a pair of socks.

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  40. If everything was free in the mall was free i would first wonder why.Then i would think of big crowds and people fighting.Next i would would wonder if everything is gone.

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  41. I think that the mall is open and everything is free means that people would end up fighting for what they want when they get there. So when they go to the mall they expect to find what they want and get what they want. When there is a shortage of something that they want they will fight for it and this is what I think the mall is open and everything is free.

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  43. At the mall people would be rushing everywhere to get the item they are looking for. Many people would be pushing, shoving, and there would be many fights over items. If a mall was had free items for one day, I think later on after so many years people would have to end up paying for the items. There are a lot of advertisements that say you can buy now and pay in two years. The person would still have a receipt because if they take any item back they need proof of purchase, even if it was free. On the small print the receipt will say they will have to pay later on.

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  44. When I hear that "the mall is open and everything is free" I see people running,driving and pushing their way to the mall. It would be like a huge Black Friday just imagine all the chaos but much bigger. It would be crazy you might not even be able to get in. But people would keep trying to get in because if you were to wait around then everything would be gone. This is what I think it would be like if the mall was open and everything was free.

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  46. The statement "The mall is open and everything is free" is that it's going to be very crowded by people. People will be pushing and grabbing random things. I would grab anything that is close to me and put it in a shopping cart. We don't have to pay for anything so why not grab anything you wanted?

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  47. When I think of the mall is open and everything is free a lot is running through my mined. I think of what am I going to need or what am I going to get. Or really what store do I go to first. It is sometimes confusing because you don't now what is going to be left. So you have to think smart get to the mall early!

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  48. If someone came out and said everything in the mall was free i'd probaly have lots of thoughts running through my mind like why is everything free,or how is everything aloud to be free.

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  49. The mall would have no room to walk because people would be everywhere. there would be nothing left of things you need. people would be pushing other people out of the way and there would be accidents of people. The shops that have the items and they would get no money so they would not be able to get more of that item.

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  50. If the mall was open and everything was free. Step one I'd run inside and get the things I want. Step two I'd grab cards,perfume, and clothes. Step three Get out of the store before people start fighting over things get in the car and speed off.

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  51. first thing I would do is grab what ever i want like video games for the wii, was even catching a lot of clothes but that not fit me because then I would sell clothes and also the money i would give it to a foundation and also would give him food and clothing, what I want is to help poor people.

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