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starc holds the world record for wasting his time making alts to give him 500 points on forums so it doesn't look like he had a ridiculous amount of disagrees vs agrees
London is a fantastic place with a lot of places to go ranging from its historical heritage to their modern architects. Consider seeing the Big Ben Vu as its a famous time peice, the London eye for being a ferris wheel, the British museum for its historical archives, The tower of London because that is where the crown jewels are, The bridge, the Covent garden, and so much more that it is impossible to list them all here. Expensive? Probably, Does Battle Bears **** allow multiplayer?but I have an interest for its history and what not so I would quite a bit if I could.
Journal Entry #1
For this journal entry, I will be discussing pages 1-38 of The Crowfield Curse. The book begins with William, the main character, stumbling upon an injured “hob” caught in a trap, set in the forest by an unknown person. The hob is close to the point of dying, but William acts quickly and carries the hob back to his village while getting the local doctor, Brother Snail. With the hob safe in his hut, William goes back into the forest and gets rid of the trap by throwing it into a pool located in The Whistling Hollow.
A few observations I made when reading the first part of this book was that William is altruistic, brave and a worrier. There are a few events and details in the book that support my observations. First, William helps a creature that he never met before or even seen before. In my opinion, I believe not many people in William’s situation would do what William did. Second, William ventures to a so-called “evil” place just to throw away a trap that harms crea