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MurderMystery2020 Post Mortem

Hey y’all, today I am going to reflect on MurderMystery2020. If you like behind the scenes game development stuff, check it out! sunnysideupHey y’all, it’s the author of ChickenStarRocket! So excited for you to be here. Thank you for perusing my posts, it means a lot. Hope you have a great day. chickenstarrocket.com

A Babble on Personality Tests

Hey y’all, I wanted to talk to you about personality tests. I will be covering things like DISC, Myer Briggs, etc. Come check it out! sunnysideupHey y’all, it’s the author of ChickenStarRocket! So excited for you to be here. Thank you for perusing my posts, it means a lot. Hope you have a great day. chickenstarrocket.com

Love’s Labour’s Lost But Not Quite Ft. John Steinbeck

So I took a short story class last semester because I needed a literacy credit. Naturally, this included writing essays. This is my essay on “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck. This essay is not for young kids because of the nature of the story which you can find here if you wish to read the rest of my essay. I made minor edits transferring it from MLA to something more consumable. Nor did I include the works cited. “Love’s Labour’s Lost” is a Shakespeare comedy about a king and his lords swear off the company of women in favor of… Read More

video games: history and their impact

Last semester, I took a class on technology (mostly hardware and basics on how the internet works). The following is my edited final project, I presented on called Video Games: History & Their Impact. I’ll be talking about the class as a whole on top of linking the presentation as a pdf. sunnysideupHey y’all, it’s the author of ChickenStarRocket! So excited for you to be here. Thank you for perusing my posts, it means a lot. Hope you have a great day. chickenstarrocket.com

All Aboard the Blue Ball Express with Stewart Dybek

So I took a short story class last semester because I needed a literacy credit. Naturally, this included writing essays. This is my research essay on “We Didn’t” by Stewart Dybek. This essay is not for kids because of the nature of the story which you can find here if you wish to read the rest of my essay. I made minor edits transferring it from MLA to something more consumable. Nor did I include the works cited. sunnysideupHey y’all, it’s the author of ChickenStarRocket! So excited for you to be here. Thank you for perusing my posts, it means… Read More