Animal Sounds

  • Animals

    A dog is man's best friend." That common saying may contain some truth, but dogs are not the only animal friend whose companionship people enjoy. For many people, a cat is their best friend. Despite what dog lovers may believe, cats make excellent housepets as they are good companions, they are civilized members of the household, and they are easy to care for. In the first place, people enjoy the companionship of cats. Many cats are affectionate. They will snuggle up and ask to be petted, or scratched

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  • Sounds of English

    Sounds of English: Introduction English Within English there are roughly 50 unique sounds(phonetics).  These 50 sounds are represented by 26 letters, alone or in combination with one another (orthography).  The sound system of English consists of about 2/3 consonants, which are either voiced or voiceless depending on which sounds surround them, and 1/3 vowels, which may be long or short depending on where they fall within a word (phonology). Of these sounds, vowels are fairly well understood and

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  • Morally Sound

    Morally Sound In the article “Some moral Minima,” Lenn Goodman argues that moral actions, which in which come with alternative motives, are the only meaningful actions. Looking for attention and praise from after doing something that is morally right in itself takes away from the act from the beginning. To disagree with the opinion of Goodman would raise an argument of human nature and reasoning. Goodman argues that certain things are without a doubt wrong. In my personal opinion, Goodman

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  • Animal

    Health and Safety Legislation Veterinary Medicines Introduction This assignment looks at one of the Health and Safety Legislations that Middle Farm has to follow when administrating veterinary medicines to animals. Middle Farm is a family run dairy farm on the out skirts of Harrogate. The farm has a herd of 150 milking cows and calves and a small flock of sheep. As a family run farm it only consists of two partners and two full time employees. The partners and staff are trained and competent in

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  • Sound Tech

    Career Profile: Sound Technician Canadian Music Industry I ENT 1301 Tony Sutherland Monday, October 26, 2012. Sound Technician Duties & responsibilities: * With effectively with producers and performers to achieve the desired sound. * Successfully mix and edit voices, sound effects and music for songs, albums and live performances. * Use a sound board, and successfully record sounds with recording equipment. * Separate and combine sound clips. * Experience:

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  • Animal

    Animal IntelligenceAnimals are smarter than people think they are. As animal studies keep on increasing, we find out that some animals are close to our level of thinking. Animals such as chimps, parrots, elephants, dolphins and monkeys have been studied and proved to us that they too have a good level of intelligence. Self recognition, social skills, language skills and the use of tools are all signs that scientist use to prove that these animals have a good capacity of smarts in their brain.Many

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  • Sound Education

    "Effective study skills are the sole foundation of a sound education" Effective study skills are definitely an important factor of a sound education. They don't happen overnight. They "evolve and mature through practice, trial and error, feedback from others and reflection through different stages of the course" (Cottrell,S.2008. pg1) Working on effective study skills means the individual will find out what works best. Basically "learning how to learn" (Cottrell

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  • Sound of Music

    Research Paper: The Sound of Music The Sound of Music is an American Musical Film. Being released in 1965 The Sound of Music was directed and produced by Robert Wise, although he was not the first choice, he did indeed proved to be the best. It won five Oscars and it was nominated for another Five (The Sound of Music). Richard Rodgers wrote the music with the lyrics done by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on the true story of the Von Trapp family, who escaped Nazi-ruled Austria in 1938, this film dominated

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  • A Sound of Thunder

    The short story “a sound of thunder” by ray Bradbury shows us how upsetting the natural order of things and going back in time is not only wrong but dangerous as well as it can change the future, for the better or worse. This story follows man known as Eckels and at first he seems like an unconfident and nervous individual. His lack of confidence is shown when he arrives at the offices of the time travel firm when he asks “does this safari guarantee I come back alive” this shows that it is no

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  • Animal

    A Thirsty Animal 1. A good self-confidence went along with the drinking for the writer. He also had a lot of good memories and laughter that always seemed possible for him while he had a drink in his hand. He needed alcohol because that is when he found a world to cling to and a way of belonging. 2. He finds it difficult to go to parties because when he is around everybody who is drinking, he feels awkward, and he starts to feel sorry for himself. 3. He stopped drinking when he started

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  • Animals

    A Voice for the Animals It should be against the law to have a license or even to buy an exotic animal to have as a pet. Having exotic animals as pets is an inherent risk to human health and safety. Owning these animals is also a risk for them they need to be able to roam free not caged up like a prisoner. They may seem cute and cuddly but they have a lot of responsibilities, they can turn on you, and expensive to have. Some owners have these animals and neglect them and that’s just

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  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights Animal Rights Johana Diaz Professor Irene Silas April 2011 Animal Rights Animal Rights Like humans, animals feel emotions such as pain, anxiety, and affection then if humans have rights, animals should also have rights. It is true that animals are different from people but it doesn't mean that they are inferior to them. Animals are abused and killed for a variety of socially acceptable purposes: 6 billion

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  • Animals

    Do Animals Have the same Rights as Humans? Today millions of Americans and others around the world have pets. Whether it is a dog or cat, fish or bird, hamster or a mountain lion, owners love their pets. To many they are loved as one of the family and considered to possess the loving and functional qualities of a human. Unfortunately, any way these people like to view their animals, does not change the fact that they are still in fact animals. Animals do not possess the cognitive reasoning humans

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  • Animals

    Poachers are still targeting the animals despite the forbidding goverment's laws. The continuous state of war caused by people living in West Africa are affecting the giraffes massivly. Infact, they are not doing anything to stop the massacre, and that increases the problem even more. Many people are making way for crops by cutting down the vegetation that the giraffes eat. Now tourists travel to Niger to see the nation's West African giraffes. The government makes money from these visitors. In return

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  • Sound Motifs

    In the film, The Limey, there are different sound motifs that are used to help tell the narrative of the story and give the audience cues to how the action or character is related to the sound. Music or sounds help the audience associate and connect certain scenes with their implicit meaning. Wilson’s love for his daughter joined with a regret over lost time that might have, or should have been spent with her, leaves him bound to investigate and avenge her untimely death. “Tell me about Jenny”

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  • Sound of Love

    101-Composition 1 Joel Gabel July 4th, 2011 Sound of Love Life whispers in our soul and speaks to our heart. Sometimes, we don't have time to listen. Do we sometimes ignore lovely things because our lives are too fast and busy leaving them to wonder whether we really love them? I thought I was a patient man, but I was not until I met a nine year old boy. He let me know that people should pay attention to the small things, even a smile or a sound. I was almost tortured to the point of

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  • Sound Owl

    Cincinnati Enquirer which has an audience mainly looking for short stories or news and in this case mini-documentary in my eyes would still be too long for the audience to digest. Mini-documentary on this topic would be best for channels like the animal planet or the discovery channel. The moving pictures format would this type of story would be hard to understand and much harder to try deliver a message, since there is no narration and it will be very hard for this type of video to speak for itself

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  • Animal Testing

    The morality of animal testing if there is an 80% chance of successfully developing a cure for many common forms of cancer depends on who you ask. You can ask one person who is all for the testing only if it has an 80%+ chance. Then you could ask the very next person who says that if an innocent animal is harmed then they are against it. Even if it will cure cancer. If you ask me, I would agree with the testing as long as it is for a cure for cancer. If my wife had cancer, I would do everything in

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  • Film Sound

    Semester Term Paper: Film Sound Katayoun Nawabi University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill On my honor, I have neither given nor received aid in completing this assignment. ­­­­­­­­­­­­_____________________________ Katayoun Nawabi In analyzing film, critics constantly gloss over the importance of the use of sound. Those critics that do touch on the function of sound often underestimate its role in the overall impact of the film

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  • Animals

    Just as animals around the world have evolved to better survive in their environments, botanical life everywhere has also been forced to grow and adapt to their habitats. Every plant—from the smallest strain of seaweed to the tallest redwood—is the result of billions of years of competition for optimal growth conditions. In many places with harsh conditions or where there is a very large population of plants competing for limited resources, some plants have developed amazing ways of surviving. Some

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  • Sound and Visions

    Sounds and Vision plc 1. Amina believes that a significant marketing budget would be necessary for her marketing plan to achieve its objectives. To what extent do you agree with this view? (18 marks) A marketing budget sets out how much money is allocated to marketing and how it intends to spend it. They are usually set before a year starts, depending on the company’s fiscal year. There are many reasons for why a marketing budget would help Amina’s business to achieve its objectives, however

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  • Animal

    Animal Testing: Necessary Evil or Just Evil? Krista Surratt Stanly Community College Table of Contents Cover Page ………………………………………………………………………………………..1 Table of Contents …………………………………………………………………………………2 Abstract …………………………………………………………………………………………...3 Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………………….4 Background …………………………………………………………………………………….…4 Proposed Plan …………………………………………………………………………………….6 Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………………..7 References ……………………………………………………………………………………

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  • Animal Testing

    Jason Kimel English 122 Essay #3 Animal testing is a very controversial topic to discuss. The research of animals is defined as the use of chemicals to test on different parts of the animal’s body. Products such as mascara are applied to an animal’s eye, or lipstick is applied to an animal’s lips to see any reaction it may impose on a human. The results based on the animal experimentation will let the scientists know if the chemical or product is safe to use for all ages of people. “Scientists

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  • The Sound of Life

    illustrative narration of a crowd of people waiting to hear the sound of trapped miners signaling their life from underground. In Church's "Auscultation", the underlying theme is that sound is essential to life. Sound can mean more than words ever could. Steven Church's "Auscultation" is a 4 chamber essay. Personally, I believe that the 4 chambers represent the 4 chambers of the heart. This is relevant due to the topic of the essay; the sound of life. The first chamber sets the tone by describing a mine

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  • Animals

    Respecting All Animals: There’s No Difference x x Prof. x x Respecting All Animals: There’s No Difference The majority of people in this world consider animals just creatures put here on earth to serve a purpose, even more so-most react to their slaughter ,simply with a shrug of the shoulder, unimportant, and more commonly “a way of life” Many consider living conditions that would not be suitable for a person, to be suitable for a living animal. These animals are subjected to heinous conditions

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  • A Sound of Thunder

    Ben Lanich “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury The story “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury begins in the year 2055, where a time machine that enables people to go back to any year to hunt an extinct animal of their choosing. The characters travel back 60 million 2 thousand years ago to hunt Tyrannosaurus Rex. The scientific information on Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Upper Cretaceous life in general provided in the story is fairly accurate compared to what we know today. There have, however, been

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  • Physics of Sound

    Physics of sound Sound is a mechanical wave, sequence of waves is resulting from an air pressure disturbance produced by vibration, and sound propagates through the medium such as air or water. During the propagation, sound can be reflected or attenuated by the medium. Humans can hear the sound is because the vibration pass the wave in to our ear, this is called Traveling Longitudinal Waves. The propagation of the sound can be affected by the density and pressure. The temperature determines the

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  • The Sound of Emo

    The Sound of Emo There are many stereotypes in society for every culture or group of people. These stereotypes are often based on musical influences, personalities, activities, and fashion. I am going to focus this essay on the group of people who are known as Emo. Both positive and negative attributes come from stereotyping an Emo follower, but most of society focuses on the negative. This essay will focus on all aspects in hopes of turning some of these negative stereotypes into more positive

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  • Animal

    Animal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other uses, see Animal (disambiguation). "Animalia" redirects here. For other uses, see Animalia (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Animals Temporal range: Ediacaran – Recent PreЄЄOSDCPTJKPgN Animal diversity.png Scientific classification Domain: Eukaryota (Unranked) Opisthokonta (Unranked) Holozoa (Unranked) Filozoa Kingdom: Animalia Linnaeus, 1758 Phyla Subkingdom Parazoa Porifera Placozoa Subkingdom Eumetazoa Radiata (unranked)

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  • Animal

    D) Gaggle? You've got three seconds -- GO! A group of dolphins is called a pod. It can also be called a school. That's your answer and that's your Shoutout! Animal Intelligence TINKER: Now dolphins don't have to spend time in schools to learn stuff. Alright, I know. It's a little early to break out the puns. But it turns out, these animals might not need to. Some scientists have been studying dolphins' intelligence, and say the creatures might be a lot smarter than any of us think. Randi Kaye explains

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  • Animal

    nurses, an king manager, a receptionist, and an office assistant but no mention of their dry toss off training other than unmatchable of the nurses was also trained in g agencying. The facilities were laid out for restless veterinary work with subtle animals and all-night stays are however accomodatable for surgery patients. different than professional viding a service there is no mission statement or business strategy of who the amend is opening the clinic to service. The saying, A stroke to plan on

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  • Animals

    Can Animals Demonstrate Intelligence, or Do They Just Act on Instinct? Animals' behaviors can be recognized as a complicated process in animals' lives circles which includes a mixture between instinct and intelligence. The way that most of animals use to communicate with each other is a clear sample to know how much complicated they are. Most differences between animals' behaviors may relate to their intelligence such as defense tactics, or act on instinct like nursing. The difference between animals'

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  • Sound in Cinema

    By augmenting the visually created environment, sound assists the filmmaker in telling their story. As director Steven Spielberg said, “The eye sees better when the sound is great.” Sound in film operates on both a physical and psychological level, intimating context and foreshadowing events, or contributing to the viewer’s understanding of occurrences; its absence can be just as effective as its presence. When properly employed, either directly or indirectly, it can make the viewer mindful of

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  • Rights of Animals

    The Rights of Animals For as long as humanity has been around so has its pursuit of dominion over other kinds of animals remained. Humans have used the animal as resources in many ways. Early humans have been documented to have domesticated dogs to aid in hunting—an implicit contract with us wherein they will obey our demands in exchange for food and shelter as hunting provided fur for clothing and food for both parties. How do we justify, from this simple early collaboration to the massive meat

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  • Animal

    Animal Diversity Time Requirements: Exercise 1: 15 mins. Exercise 2: 15 mins. Exercise 3: 30 mins. Exercise 4: 10 mins. Exercise 5: 15 mins. Exercise 6: 20 mins. Exercise 7: 30 mins. Exercise 8: 10 mins. Exercise 9: 30 mins. Materials Required: ITEM NUMBER (per group) LOCATION Any living or preserved plant *specimens (listed below) Display Cart/Counter Microscopes (compound and dissecting) Display Counter Colored pencils 1 set Cart/Counter *Specimens: Preserved

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  • Animals

    The common name of the animal I did my report on is the Elephant. The scientific name is Elephantidae. I chose to do my report on this animal because the elephant is my favorite animal at the Zoo. I found information about this animal on the internet. The animal is best known for its long trunk. The most unique feature about this animal is that it is the largest mammal on the earth. The Elephant is a mammal. A female elephant is called a Cow. A male elephant is called a Bull. A group is called a

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  • Animals

    The common name of the animal I did my report on is the Elephant. The scientific name is Elephantidae. I chose to do my report on this animal because the elephant is my favorite animal at the Zoo. I found information about this animal on the internet. The animal is best known for its long trunk. The most unique feature about this animal is that it is the largest mammal on the earth. The Elephant is a mammal. A female elephant is called a Cow. A male elephant is called a Bull. A group is called a

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  • Sound

    Every sound we hear around us is also part of our lives. If we look at the other side of sound, it could be our memory or rewind us back to our childhood time. Sounds come from everywhere, everything, and such as: animals, nature include weather, or objects in the environment. For me, I hear a lot of sounds in my whole life. Some of the sounds I hear can make me think back of my childhood’s memories. Summer season almost approach to us. Sound that most reminds me of the summer are related to insect

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  • The Sound Machine

    The Sound Machine Analysis: The written version of The Sound Machine is a more valuable study then the film version. Katarina Hiebert ENG1D October 3, 2014 The sound machine, written by beloved author Roald Dahl, and also now a motion picture, is a unique story filled with depth and feeling. As with most literature made into film, there is controversy about losing context and value while created into movie. Stories as so well thought as this one should be presented and studied in a form that

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  • Animal Testing

    Animal Testing Traditionally, animals have been used to ensure the safety of our consumer products and drugs. Yet around the world, scientists, regulators and animal protectionists work together to develop alternatives to their use. The use of animals in the life sciences dates back to ancient Greece and the earliest medical experiments. To learn about swallowing, physicians cut open into the throat of a living pig. To study the beating heart, they cut open into its chest. For centuries physicians

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  • Sound and Smell

    Sound Sound is defined as the movement of air molecules brought about by a source of vibration. The ear works by picking up sound waves vibration in the eardrum, which is located inside your ear. Then the sound waves are carried through a fluid in the inner ear called cochlea, this process turns and vibrates tiny hairs that tune to different pitches of sound. Information from the vibration of the hairs stimulates nerves is then sent to the signals of the brain to be processed. The ear is similar

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  • Animal Intelligence

    his clever tricks didn't make a big impression on the scientists who specialize in looking for signs of higher mental processes in animals. At the time, much of the action in animal intelligence was focused on efforts to teach apes to use human languages. No researcher cared much about ape escape artists. And neither did I. In 1970, I began following studies of animal intelligence, particularly the early reports of chimpanzees who learned how to use human words. The big breakthrough in these experiments

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  • A Sound of Thunder

    bug. In Bradbury’s “Sound of Thunder” the theme is even the most insignificant action can have huge repercussions. Traveling back to the prehistoric times is very dangerous. For example, Eckels stepped off the path and stepped on a butterfly. This shows that killing the butterfly caused a ripple effect, dramatically affecting the future. This also shows that the smallest things can change the future. In addition, killing a certain animal could wipe out colonies of animals. This shows that by

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  • Animals in Entertainment

    The Use of Animals for Human Entertainment Adults take children to the circus, zoo, rodeos, movies, and marine parks to see different kinds of animals quite frequently. When people are young, they grow accustomed to seeing animals in these different environments and do not think of the harm it is potentially causing the animals. People do not typically know the habitats and conditions in which the animals live; they just see charming animals. Animals are being removed from their natural habitats

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  • The Pain of Animals

    David Suzuki "The Pain Of Animals" The Pain of Animals is an excellent article written by David Suzuki, which among other issues focuses on and raises questions about the pain animals feel and suffer for the benefit of human scientific research. Other views discussed are David's personal David talks about an experience he had growing up as a young boy hunting game in the wild with his BB gun and eventually, as a teenager moving up to a 22-caliber rifle. He saw an advertisement for a slingshot

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  • Animal Testing

    [Professor Name] [Course Number] [Date] Scientists say animal testing is unethical and should be prohibited A good or sound argument makes a claim and offers reasons and evidence in support of that claim. It also anticipates opposing viewpoints and acknowledges, accommodates, and/or refutes them. Think about your audience and what you feel they need to hear, the subject you feel is of greatest concern to your audience, and discover what most affects your audience. You will begin this assignment

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  • Animal Testing Is Animal Cruelty

    12/2/2015 English 099 Mr. Adamoschek Is it cruel to use Animals to Test Human products? Approximately 225 million animals are used for testing every year. Billions have been killed in the process. ("Questions and Answers About Biomedical Research.”) How can this be allowed? Isn’t it cruel to use animals to test products for humans? Many animal rights activists say, “yes” to this question. However, scientists argue it is necessary and animal research can help save human lives. There are probable arguments

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  • Animal Sounds

    dog, in turn, barks wanwan, while its counterpart in England barks bow-wow or woof.

 Pigs also have different sounds depending on where you are in the world. A Mandarin Chinese pig goes hu-lu hu-lu, while further up north in Finland it goes roh roh. Next door in Sweden, a pig goes noff noff, while in Wales it goes soch soch. In the English world, a pig goes oink oink.

 Bird sounds also vary around the world. In English, a small bird chirps while a medium-sized bird tweets. A larger bird, however

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  • Animal

    Treatment of Animals in chemical testing Animal testing is an issue in today's society that, whether anyone realizes it, does affect each of us. Such as transplants, vaccines, and medicine. Nearly each and every one of us today have received vaccine shots. We have all used medications. We have all heard of transplant technology. This above example I have used is farfetched. Brain transplants are not an everyday occurrence. They are not yet, at least. However, kidney and heart transplants

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  • A Sound

    I remember a sound in my dream that was telling me that I should make the most out of my life. The sound was saying that I am the captain of my own ship. However, I ignored the sound because I thought that I had all that I ever wanted in life. After waking up in the morning, I thought to myself. I reflected on all the terrible things I had done with my life and thought that the sound was right. However, I told myself that it was just but a dream. Little did I know that the sound was trying to drive

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