JMkittycat

United States

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"It is strangely absurd to suppose that a million of human beings collected together are not under the same moral laws which bind themselves separately." —Thomas Jefferson
"All [persons] are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights." —The Declaration of Independence
"For it has become apparent to us that it is never just to harm anyone." —Plato

JMkittycat (United States) liked Common Grammar Mistakes Even English Teachers Make—Copyediting by Amber Chen (United States)

26 days ago

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JMkittycat (United States) published:

Consequences of Civil Unrest (Essay on A Tale of Two Cities)

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Warning: contains spoilers 

    The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about war is the immediate impact, but any form of disquiet affects far more people than those directly involved. The novel A Tale of Two Citiesby Charles Dickens describes the French Revolution and how the lives of the Manette family become entangled with it. Even though revolution seems to be the only solution to the struggles of the oppressed, it rapidly becomes uncontrollable. Dickens utilizes a motif—shadows—to illustrate...
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about 1 month ago

JMkittycat (United States) published:

The Pandemic in Six Words

PROMPT: Pandemic Memoir

Trying to stay positive and thankful.

about 2 months ago

JMkittycat (United States) reviewed:

she's the sort of person

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I enjoyed reading this and I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Let me know if you need clarification on any comments. I liked how you wrote about yourself in third person; I might give that a try later on.

about 2 months ago

JMkittycat (United States) liked every throb in my chest tells me/ you are still alive by rwong (United States)

about 2 months ago

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JMkittycat (United States) published:

Hypocrisy

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I used to look down on people who did their homework last-minute. "Why do they wait?" "What do they even waste their time doing?" "Don't they know that they shouldn't procrastinate?" 
I never thought I would be the one rushing 10 different assignments, all due the next day. Some had been assigned weeks ago. I never thought I would have to wake up early to submit history notes at 7:59 in the morning. 

I used to look down on people...

2 months ago

JMkittycat (United States) reviewed:

silent shudders

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I hope you feel better! Go pet your dog or read a book. Take a break!!

2 months ago

JMkittycat (United States) started following Amber Chen (United States)

2 months ago

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JMkittycat (United States) published:

Inside Another's Mind (#1)

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Hazel ~
    It's 4:00 AM, and I still can't sleep. I already know nothing will work—maybe it's because nobody understands. Everyone who tries to "help" is just working on a hopeless cause. I mean, what's the point when the two people in my life who are supposed to be supporting me the most just barely know me and are like "you're so important," but would never notice me unless I did something wrong? And then they try to...
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3 months ago

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JMkittycat (United States) published:

Free Thoughts on Voting

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To everyone, regardless of who you are: 

Please don't click the back arrow just yet. I have a question for the community, one that I haven't found the answer to myself: how can you all be sure that voting is so important? Now, don't take this the wrong way. I am not saying that voting is unimportant, nor am I telling you not to vote. I'm simply asking a question, so there's no need to be defensive. 

Should everyone of...

3 months ago