If we are being honest here, I may have enjoyed this article. I felt like I actually learned something about rhetorical writing. I was very intrigued at the three artistic appeals (pathos, ethos, and logos). Seeing their definitions and application gave me good insight to how rhetorical writers write.
I believe that I have been afraid of an uncontrollable death. I mean I don’t want to die like that! No one does! What scare me most about it is that it comes like a horror Its builds a lot of tension. Like when I’m at school, Sometimes I think about all the bad outcomes that could occur. For instance, the school could be on fire at all the main exits are blocked, or a missile could strike the classroom I’m in, or a shooter could enter the building. This is my reasoning for me to sit near the window so that I can make a rapid exit (unless it’s a missile, at that point I’m screwed and I’ll die of shock before the missile gets me).
The Cure: Screw you and your mind. We are coming for you. Hi
Waking up wasn’t fun. I was in that red couch, which isn’t good for my back. I fell asleep last night so I didn’t prepare for today at all. My clothes weren’t pressed, and all of my equipment was dead. And then my idiot self goes and takes a shower without charging any of them (real smart of me). After my shower, I prepared my bag an clothes for school, while trying to vet my brother prepared so that he wouldn’t miss his bus. I know I told him before he left, “hey! Don’t forget your science project!”. But what did he do, he left it right on his desk. So guess who had to skateboard this morning to go hand deliver his project. Man did I rush to leave that house when I saw his project. I was lucky to catch it while I still had some time left.