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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Rachel's Essay Question

What would you feel like when you hometown got bombed during World War I?


Ryan Perreault "Elfears" said...

If my hometown got bombed I would go out side and watch the fireworks!!! (just kidding) actually I would be frightened out of my witts to say the least. I would be scared to death. But after a while I guess I would get use to it. How about you?

Katie S. said...

If my home town was getting bobmbarded, well the first time it happened, yes I probobly would get very scared and confused! And if it kept happening, my family would most likely figure out some sort of way to defend ourselfs and deal with it

mason said...

if my hometown were bombed i would be really mad p.o.ed at whoever did it and i would want to go bomb them back so they know what its like.


Krista said...

well i'd have to say i'd be scared out of my mind. i'd definatly try and run away from all of the fighting..the guns and bombs going off would scare me. ol

jlanasa said...

i try to go to sleep hoping that the bombs were from heaven and magically hit my house.

ttyson said...

if my home town was being bombed i would run and hide or just stay put and let it kill me cause if i tried to run i would just end up getting hit anyway

Quincy said...

If my hometown was getting bombed I would ecvacuate immediataley and go somewhere safe like a neutral country. How could you get used to the bombing that could kill you at any second!

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