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The TV and Me By Arto Sarkissian 8-2C Nowhere to go Nothing to do I think I might put on Channel 2 Channel 2 is dreary as staring at the floor I think I ' ll watch Channel 4 Channel 4 is dying It has no life I think I ' ll watch Channel 5 Channel 5 is sickening It simply isn ' t heaven I think I ' ll switch to Channel 7 Channel 7 is trashy Not a favorite of mine Should I try Channel 9? Nothing to do Nothing to see And absolutely nothing good on TV HOME MOVIES By Mark Alleyne 7-5 One day in our old apartment, me and my brother Scott were in our cribs. Scott was three and I was four. We were upstairs alone. We found some vaseline and baby powder. I put vaseline all over my body. Scott did the same. He started to put powder over it and I did the same. I fell out of my crib and my mother came running up to see what all the noise was. She looked at Scott. She looked at me. She was so mad she didn ' t know what to do! So she got out the movie camera and she made home movies! I can still remember that day.
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3 V THE FAMILY GATHERING By Sonia Lees 8-2 The TV clicked on Before long the family gathered Mom, Dad, me and my brother Ron We waited in silence No picture appeared The television was broken. My dad gave it a bang Mom gave it a kick I felt myself getting terribly sick What could we do without the TV? We decided that we would sit around and joke The night that the television broke. THE NIGHT THE TV BROKE By Janet Gottlieb 8-1 The room was dark, the air was still And not a word was spoken. I sat there staring, almost ill, The TV set was broken! I thought, " Oh, no, what can I do? " I paced and paced the floor. In fifteen minutes my favorite show Would be on Channel Four! " I know, I ' ll call the fix-it shop They ' ll fix it, there ' s no doubt. " But the repairman said those awful words, " I ' ll have to take it out! " I guess there ' s not much I can do But I really do miss Channel Two. And wait I will, though I ' m in pain, Until my set is home again. A TV TRAGEDY By Michael Bujold 8-1 One night, while watching my favorite show, Something happened to the TV ' s glow. I tried turning it off and changing the channel, I even tried kicking the control panel! I yelled for my mother but she wasn ' t there, I yelled really loud but no one could hear. I thought my TV was no good at all, Then I noticed that the plug was out of the wall! 33
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