Le Seul Rouge a MonteThere was a house that stood the test of time for 150 years. It had been the oldest, house in the small town of Fleur D'Ecarlate. No one had lived in the house for years, yet when a person walked by they could see that the property was covered in beautiful roses of all kinds-most of which were red. People would always walk past the house and shiver at the presence it would cast off. Everyone would gossip about the strange yet elegant of a presence they felt. The word went around town that it was like someone was calling to them if they were to stare at the blood red roses in the top floor window. It was no secret that that was the old bedroom of the first owners.
Tell Misphit and his friends always walked by the house on their way home from school. The school was only three blocks away from the creepy old house. Tony Erret, the trouble maker of the three boys and Tell's long time friend and bodyguard stopped in front of the small rusted wrought-iron gate of the house. He placed his han
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The War on Medi Pot.> I have taken notice of the issue of the war on drugs. It has became apparent that the war on drugs has become a war on marijuana. If a war was being waged the primary targets should be alcohol and tobacco for they are used and abused the most. I can understand both sides of this issue; wanting to keep drugs off the streets that are thought to harm and corrupt our youth, creates crime, makes people paranoid, and endanger the roads and businesses with performances under the influence. Then there are those who have a medical illness and cannabis is the only drug to ease some of there symptoms, as well, as those who see that the people arrested for position of the drug are dramatic over crowding jails and prisons and is a waist of tax payers money and consume valuable law enforcement resources that could be used toward harsher crimes. I take the position that marijuana should be legalized for medical purposes and decriminalized for recreational use. Both sides of the issue have their poi