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[06 Aug 2005|12:07am]

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[26 Jul 2005|01:14am]


ALSO PLAYING: RACE THE SUN!!!!!!!

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FRIDAY JUNE 10th!!!!! [04 Jun 2005|02:47pm]

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[18 May 2005|02:57pm]

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[18 May 2005|10:47am]
JerseyDetour & FlyingSquirrel are proud to present:

<img src="http://www.jerseydetour.com/may21"

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[18 May 2005|10:45am]
JerseyDetour & FlyingSquirrel are proud to present:

<img src="http://www.jerseydetour.com/may21.jpg"

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[08 Mar 2005|06:51pm]
Erin Forman
3-8-05
Block D
Hamlet Essay

One critic makes the case that Claudius is “clearly the superior of” Hamlet when it comes to morality. Claudius is said to have a “much more intelligent sense of personal responsibility and […] his own sinfulness.” However, it is easy to contest that Hamlet is a more “moral creature”.
In act 3 scene 3, King Claudius begins to pray. Hamlet walks in and thinks that King Claudius is praying for forgiveness, but when he rises from his prayers, he reveals that he is not sorry, “word without thoughts never to heaven go”. (99) King Claudius wishes he could be sorry, but he’s come to realize that his heart is not in it, making him the less “moral creature”. Claudius deserves a harsher punishment because Hamlet’s actions were driven by his insaneness. Claudius had a plan all along. After the death of his father, Hamlet wanted to go back to school in Wittenberg, but Claudius refused to let him go in the event that King Claudius could actually kill Hamlet. This is also after he murdered Hamlet’s father so that Claudius could marry Queen Gertrude and become king. Greed is what drove Claudius to do what he did.

As defined in the English dictionary, greed is an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than one needs or deserves. This definition truly defines King Claudius because all along, he planned to kill young Hamlet. If King Claudius was smart, he would have let Hamlet go back to school in Wittenberg when he asked to go. Instead, King Claudius refused to let him go, “For your intent in going back to school in Wittenberg, it is most retrograde to our desire.” (1.2.112-114) It would have been smart of King Claudius to let young Hamlet go back to school, because that way he would have not been around to wonder about his father’s death and

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[08 Mar 2005|06:36pm]
Erin Forman
3-8-05
Block D
Hamlet Essay

One critic makes the case that Claudius is “clearly the superior of” Hamlet when it comes to morality. Claudius is said to have a “much more intelligent sense of personal responsibility and […] his own sinfulness.” However, it is easy to contest that Hamlet is a more “moral creature”.
In act 3 scene 3, King Claudius begins to pray. Hamlet walks in and thinks that King Claudius is praying for forgiveness, but when he rises from his prayers, he reveals that he is not sorry, “word without thoughts never to heaven go”. (99) King Claudius wishes he could be sorry, but he’s come to realize that his heart is not in it, making him the less “moral creature”. Claudius deserves a harsher punishment because Hamlet’s actions were driven by his insaneness. Claudius had a plan all along. After the death of his father, Hamlet wanted to go back to school in Wittenberg, but Claudius refused to let him go in the event that King Claudius could actually kill Hamlet. This is also after he murdered Hamlet’s father so that Claudius could marry Queen Gertrude and become king. Greed is what drove Claudius to do what he did.

As defined in the English dictionary, greed is an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than one needs or deserves. This definition truly defines King Claudius because all along, he planned to kill Hamlet. If King Claudius was smart, he would have let Hamlet go back to school in Wittenberg when he asked to go. Instead, King Claudius refused to let him go, “For your intent in going back to school in Wittenberg, it is most retrograde to our desire.” (1.2.112-114)

Throughout the play, Hamlet subtly hints that he is crazy. A response from his acquaintance, Polonius, suggests that his actions are in fact brought on by his insanity; “Indeed that’s out of the air, how pregnant sometimes his [Hamlet] replies are.” (2.2.211)

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[05 Mar 2005|02:59am]

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[07 Feb 2005|11:07am]
Jerseydetour.com presents:
BENEFIT FOR THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCATION IN NAME OF ROBERT DENEQUOLO
Saturday, Feb. 12th, 2005
Holy Spirit Church Parish Center
-330 Newark PomptonTurnpike, Pequannock NJ-
Doors at 6PM

No Easy Answer
Framework
Allstar Otis
Foster
Adamantine
Asleepless Tragedy
+ More

www.jerseydetour.com for more or email BOOKNJ@aol.com

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[20 Dec 2004|08:39am]
Wednesday, December 29th, 2004
Doors at 6PM
Bloomfield Ave Cafe and Stage
Montclair, NJ

NO EASY ANSWER
Perfuma
Rydia
Modesty Panel
A Black Tie Affair (PA)
An Arms Race for Sound

Help us Help those with Cancer (The American Cancer Society)

for more info go to www.jerseydetour.com and for directions go to www.bloomfieldavecafe.com

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[14 Dec 2004|07:49pm]

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[02 Dec 2004|08:13am]
Erin Forman
Block B
12-2-04

Hell

The OC- Greed. The show is about a couple, Sandy and Kirsten, who take in Ryan, a troublemaker from Chino. Ryan instantly bonds with Seth and their next-door neighbor Marissa. Sandy, Kirsten and Marissa's parents, Julie and Jimmy Cooper, have problems of their own as well. Through out the series, Julie Cooper only marries for wealth, not love. Jimmy declares bankruptcy and losing all his money, and Julie divorces him and remarries Caleb, Kirsten’s father, because he is a millionaire.

7th Heaven- Lie. Minister Eric Camden and his wife, Annie face the challenges of raising a family consisting of seven children in the present times. They both try to solve the problems of adolescence while keeping their romance alive. In the recent episodes, Simon has been having trouble with his girlfriend, Georgia, and himself. He recently broke up with Georgia, who fabricated a lie that she was pregnant, in order to keep him around.

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[17 Nov 2004|05:46pm]
fiore di muro [5:44 PM]: 1 - I would look for a partner who has interests and hobbies similar to my own. I would also look for someone who wants to start a family within two to three years of marraige.
fiore di muro [5:44 PM]: 2. I enjoy helping people in need by volunteering my time. I also enjoy spending time with loved ones and friends. I have an interest in business and plan to base my future around that.
fiore di muro [5:45 PM]: 3 - I would like to be married in order to have a live long companion in which I will be happy. A family is something I have wanted since I was very young, so that is another reason why I would like marraige to be in my future.
4 - I would like to have two to three children. I would teach them the values that my parents taught me, as well as things that I have learned myself. I would nurture them with at least two family evenings a week, as well as incorporating my volunteer activities in their lives in order to teach them to be kind and giving. I would discipline them with punishments that seem severe to young children but miled to adults, such as washing their mouth out with soap when they say bad words, or not letting them watch their favorite television show when they misbehave.
5 - I would like to raise my children under my husbands faith if it were Christianity or Judiasm because I was raised under both different faiths. I would prefer my husband to be one of those two faiths in order to raise our family under one specific one.
fiore di muro [5:50 PM]: 6 - In ten years I would like to see myself five years into my career and ready to get married and begin a family.
: 7 - I would be bringing customs and traditions such as holidays spent with parents and grandparents, as well as extended family. I would incorporate activities that my parents incorporated in our holidays and birthdays, such as dying easter eggs, lighting the menorah as a family, and going out to dinner with one another for birthdays, as well as throwing birthday parties for each other, inviting friends and family.

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SHOW! [31 May 2004|04:34pm]
www.jerseydetour.com presents:
Friday June 4, 2004
Doors at 5:45
Little Falls American Legion
-50 Van Ness Ave Little Falls Nj-

Madison
Decoy
Destoy The Plot
The Escape Engine
Houston Calls
No Easy Answer
Grow Fonder
Roots of Rebellion



Everyone be there or else because it's my 18th birthday and its gunna be sick!



www.jerseydetour.com for more info and directions!

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GO TO THIS! [25 May 2004|12:32pm]
Jerseydetour.com Present:

Erin and Sara's 18th Birthday show
June 4, 2004
Little Falls American Legion
(55 Van Ness Ave, Little Falls, Nj)
Doors at 5:45PM

MADISON
DECOY
THE ESCAPE ENGINE
DESTROY THE PLOT
NO EASY ANSWER
GROWFONDER
+ More TBA

For more infomation and directions on this and other shows go to www.jerseydetour.com or email ashley@jerseydetour.com or IM Jerseydetour on AIM/AOL

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GO TO THIS [18 May 2004|04:33pm]
When: This Friday, May 21, 2004 Doors at 5:45PM
Where: Little Falls American Legion, 50 Van Ness Ave, Little Falls NJ
Bands: Perfuma, Allstar Otis, Rydia, The Rookie, Foster, John Connor and Paris

For more info and directions go to www.jerseydetour.com

GO TO THIS AND PASS IT ON :-)

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Math Project [13 May 2004|12:47pm]
Closing Statement

This year in Algebra II, I think I have grown a lot. Over the summer I took an Algebra II class at Montclair-Kimberley Academy and did horribly. With that said, I came into your class in September with bad expectations and with fear in mind. I believe summer school didn’t help that much, although in some areas it did such as synthetic division. Other than that, I never fully understood what my teacher was teaching. I’ve included some of my tests and quizzes from the summer class and as you can tell, my grades have improved tremendously. Also, I’ve included the test and quiz we took on the conic section because I really do feel like I’ve improved the most between the summer and now in that section because I’ve really taken the time to fully understand each different part. I remember sitting in the classroom and having no idea what was going on, and it really feels good knowing I’ve overcome something I had great difficulty with. I am very pleased with my grades overall this year, I think I’ve worked very hard and am very proud of myself for achieving the things I’ve done. I was very uneasy going into this class after having my summer class, and after missing so many days of school 3rd marking period, I think I have been able to catch up very well and am very pleased with the grades I have been able to maintain, not only in this class, but in all my classes.

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GO TO THIS!!!!!!! [01 May 2004|01:43pm]
When: Friday, 05.07.04
Doors at 5:45PM
Where: Wayne Elks Lodge, Wayne, NJ
Bands: The Forever Endeavor, Mindset, Paris, Daze (NY), Second to Last, Stafford, Day at the Fair
How much: $9

Leave a comment if you plan on coming, or if you need directios or go to www.jerseydetour.com

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[26 Apr 2004|12:05pm]

   The object of soccer is for one team to send the ball into the other team’s goal, by use of any part of the body buy arms and hands (Encarta). Soccer consists of two teams, each with 10 field players and one goalie on each side. They play two 45-minute periods with a halftime not more then 15 minutes long. As in rugby, the start of a game is through a kickoff, which puts the ball in play. The ball remains in play unless it completely crosses a goal line or a touchline. A ball is put into play again either with a corner kick, a goal kick, or a throw-in (worldbook). There are no time outs in soccer unless the referee calls one after a player has been injured or for some other reason that the referee feels is necessary. The referee keeps track of stoppages that are in play, and may expend the periods beyond the 45-minute regulation if he chooses to. The winner is determined by whoever scores the most goals.

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