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76 thoughts on “Robinson’s Island Totems Hack

  1. Nick

    I wonder the effects of the book Robinson Cruose on cinema,theatre etc. please give me more information about this question.I have to learn it in the shortest time.thank you….

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  2. lucasg615

    i need some help with my english project. i have to read the swiss family robinson. the project is to make an abc book, and all of the words you use have to do with the story. i am having trouble finding words to go with these letters: C, D, K, M, O, P, Q, U, V, W, X, Y & Z.

    even if you can only help me with one letter, that’s fine. thanks!

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  3. Franklin Bluth

    what is the best book/books of a true story about being stranded on an island? something similar to the book castaway, that is a true story.

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  4. Alex

    Are there any good books(fiction or non fiction, doesn’t matter) about say survival, someone living for a while on a deserted island, being stranded, etc.

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  5. mmminja

    This is for a school project on Robinson Crusoe. I am making a survival guide, and can’t find any info on how to do that, or make a pot/bowl on an island. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  6. Nick

    I saw this movie a long time ago. It’s about a family that are some sort of heroes and they live on this island. There is like a giant pool in their house. I can’t remember the name of the movie and its hard to think of.

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  7. Random

    It’s an older movie and I don’t think it was very popular. Low budget. People have to evacuate and their plane crashes in the ocean ans they go to this island but some kind of sea creature kills people. One of the people eventually turn into a sea creature. Any ideas?

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  8. uberfailz

    It’s not the Swiss Family Robinson. The family gets stranded, there’s guerilla fighters, the eldest son finds a girl who doesn’t talk in a plane wreck and a monkey, I think at one point the sons get captured and the dad goes to rescue them. I just can’t remember the title…

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  9. Heath

    What was the name of the song that they played on the Jackie Robinson tribute video at Shea Stadium (and I think at every other stadium not sure though). Thanks

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  10. Armas

    Ok, so I am trying to remember the title of a movie that’s very similar to the Swiss Family Robinson. It has to do with a family being stranded on an island and I know it was a family. I think it was more recent than the Swiss Family Robinson. Any suggestions? Thanks

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  11. Andre

    Is it true that no matter how much you dislike someone, if you ever become stuck on an island with no one else BUT him or her for an incredibly long time, you would eventually learn to like them? Furthermore, can I use this as an analogy for an unhappy relationship/marriage? Also could this love-hate relationship be extended to family relationships as well, since we don’t get to choose our family we love them the same anyway because we are stuck with them?

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  12. krow147

    it would be nice if there was more than one person (male and female)and some of the movies that i already know are Swiss family Robinson, 7days and nights, blue lagoon, return to the blue lagoon, Cast Away, Tarzan.

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  13. PoohBearPenguin

    Are those islands which are said to be private, really private? I want to spend some time alone on an island and looking for one where Robinson Crusoe landed once.

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  14. maskills24

    Does anybody know any good movies about a person or people who get stranded on a deserted island? Like the movie is about them on the island and I guess it would probably show how they got there and if they get off that would be the end. It can also be just one person on the island.

    Anyone know any movies that are similar to that?

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  15. Lachlan

    Here’s my list:

    1945 – labour wins the election 1945 – victory over Japan 1945 – UN founded 1947 – coal industry nationalised 1947 – india gains independence 1948 – immigration from the commonwealth begins 1948 – NHS created 1948 – the olympic games opens in wembley stadium 1949 – republic of island comes into being 1950 – labour wins the election

    for homework I need to add a few more. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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  16. Dark_LovexXx

    This film is probably over 20 years old, it may have been some kind of Swiss Family Robinson film. The family crashes a plane on an island, then turns it into a boat in order to escape. There’s a scene where sharks approach the plane and the family sees them through a large window. Any idea?

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  17. llb443

    1 ) Derek 2 ) Johnny 3 ) Mark 4 ) Alex 5 ) Hideki 6 ) Jorge 7 ) Robinson 8 ) Nick 9 ) Melky 10 pts. for the first correct answer. 10 pts. for the first correct answer.

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  18. Rkmc

    I am looking to travel around South America next year and would like to visit Easter Island. I hear you can get a direct flight from Chile but I would like to know how easy/difficult that would be.

    Thanks

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  19. Sophia C

    This summer I had plenty of free time, so I read my very first novels in English ( I’m not a native english speaker). So far I read “Robinson Crosoe” and “The Three Musketeers” and realy liked them. Since I have more free time before school starts, I think I should read more novels in English. I’m 15 years old….. Any advice? Thanks.

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  20. Brendan O

    I think it is a version of Swiss Family Robinson but not the 1960s Disney version. It has a crocodile/alligator attack where a pirate almost loses his arm.

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  21. Jason

    I really liked the Blue Lagoon 1 and 2 because it was romantic and the two fell in love. And Castaway was brilliant! I cried when he was saved because he waited to be saved for so long.

    Are there any movies like them? Not Paradise because I heard that’s bad.

    Also any books like being stranded on a island but fall in love or something like that?

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  22. Jonny

    The Amish allows tourists. Plus when an Amish turns 18 they can leave the community to decide if they want to stay or go. If they go, they cannot come back in, so that aspect is bad. Also the Amish can’t really restrict others from being around them or associating with them.

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  23. Ray D

    I have to choose between Ivanhoe, Robin Hood, Robinson Crusoe, Inferno, Kidnapped, Treasure Island and The Jungle Book. Which one would you choose?

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  24. Wooooody

    I am doing a research paper for school. I have to compare “Man’s return to a more natural state” with what happens in Lord Of The Flies to what happens in Swiss Family Robinson. We read Lord Of The Flies but we didn’t read Swiss Family Robinson so I am having trouble comparing the two. Anyone have any ideas? Or anybody that knows anything on Swiss Family Robinson would be fine as well. I couldn’t even find a summary on the internet.

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  25. Boo Cookie

    Or a group of people being stranded on an island. Or a group of people who get super powers. Nothing kiddish though, kind of has more of the romance and violence set to it. Like the tv shows lost or heroes, those kind of themes. ????

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  26. Jamal

    I live in Costa Mesa, CA so anything near there would be nice. I can also get to Irvine Spectrum, The Block at Orange and Fashion Island. I’m going to be having about $700 to work with. Thanks in advance. I’m sixteen, just in case you were wondering.

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  27. Erin

    I read a book a few years ago (well it was more like a comic-book, but wasn’t a comic book). Anyway, it was a man who got stranded on an island. The locals are cannibals who are about to sacrifice this man, but he saves him. the man he saves later becomes his friend and they experience a lot together. At the end of the book he makes it back to civilized society, bringing the man he saved with him.

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  28. Matthew

    I’m looking for man vs nature or man vs nature vs man. I’ve read The Old Man and the Sea, Last of the Breed, First Blood, Deliverance, The Hatchet series, Call of the Wild, Jaws, Moby Dick, Treasure Island, Robinson Crusoe, etc. Anything else out there? Modern or classic but preferably from post Civil War to present day. Thanks!

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  29. Erin

    I need helping finding ten modifications he made to island in chapters 12-14. I’m having trouble finding things that I can use in a discussion with my mom.

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  30. MAK & CHEESE

    Robinson Crusoe’s plot stands alone, unlike a myth or epic, which refers back to an old happening for its story. In what way does this difference illustrate the changes that the eighteenth century wrought in literary forms?

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  31. Disrae

    A movie about young boys being stranded in the woods or on an island? I think one of the boys goes crazy and kills another boy by throwing him off of a cliff or something? Can anyone help? Also I want to find a movie about a family that was stranded on an island and they build a house. It’s from the late 80’s early 90’s. (I think.)

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  32. Kaylla

    It’s something about a guy in like the 1500s I think, and he’s on a ship and it crashes. He’s the only guy left and he goes looking around the island and finds some cannibals or something, and one of them is being sacrificed. He rescues the one being sacrificed and they become friends and build like this thing out of wood and fight off all the island men? What movie is this? I saw it long ago and didn’t even know what it was called then, so I’d like to know if you don’t mind.

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  33. Rkmc

    They can be fiction or not. So far I have Castaway, The Beach, King Kong, Father Ted, Lord of the Flies and The adventures of Robinson Crusoe.

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  34. Le Pwner

    I think its a thai island, i could be wrong, but anyway im desperate to read it, i saw it in a shop a while ago but have now forgotten the name of the book and the author….Any help anyone…

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  35. Phillip123

    I’m looking for any good books, movies or tv shows that have do anything to do on bing stranded on a deserted island or something similar. I’ve already read “Island” a trylogie by Gordon Korman (a good read). I’ve also already seen flight 29 down. Any suggestions? Thanks for your time and help.

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  36. Xbox360king

    okay sounds boring.. yeah i know, its a history project. my teacher said i can write about any immigrant who went through Ellis Island.. soooo have any ideas? thanks!

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  37. Rassling Fundamentals

    I have an ocean, storm, an island, a pipe, and a cave. What else would work? The more the better.

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  38. Spider Pc

    Peter Robinson and his wife do not declare receiving what is in the whole scheme of things (not to us but in the whole financial /government scheme) a trivial amount of money legally obtained. Gerry Adams protects a paedophile who has assaulted a member of his family

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  39. Malcolm Hudson

    I want to contact him to ask about buying livestock from his family/island. An e-mail, address, fax? Any help & tips would be wonderful!!!!

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  40. jdubdoubleu7704

    Hi, I am looking for a nice movie like Blue lagoon, Robinson Crusoe, or Cast Away. Basically I am looking for an adventure movie that is about an life on an island…. Thanks in advance

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  41. henryshensbcglobalnet

    In the story Robinson Crusoe, what is the significance of their meeting each other? Do you think it points towards elements of colonial discourse?

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  42. Kaylla

    just wanted some thoughts on the significance of robinson crusoe’s disobedience to his father and whether or not it served him well later on, Whether the disobedience was essential for the greater good of himself or what not. precisely im trying to make a thesis statement / argument

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  43. Con Orpe

    Have you ever wanted to renounce all of your material possessions and live naked in freedom and solitude on a desert island, fishing for food, building a hut, etc?

    Is there anyway to experience this for maybe a week or a few days?

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  44. Gage

    Why does Robinson Crusoe accept god once he becomes stranded on the island ?

    Appreciate any help on this, im not exactly sure what is it that makes him decide to accept god and religion . . . thanks a lot !

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  45. Derek

    What herbs can be found on a deserted island? What could you use to crack open a coconut? Could you make tea in a coconut half if the coconut is surrounded my rocks with the fire on the other side? What could be used as a pan? What could be used as a plate bowl and silverwear? How could you use as a basket? Please answer all that you can ;]

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  46. Brody S

    I have over a dozen books printed in French. I would like to find out the value of them. Most were dated 1967. These are novels such as The Counte OF Monte Cristo ., The 3 Musketeer’s , Treasure Island, Robinson Caruso , classic novels. How do I find out their value?

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  47. tjpimpin

    Robinson is stranded on an island. He has nothing to do but catch fish from the shore and gather coconuts from coconut trees. He spends all of his time when he is awake doing one or the other. He knows how much he likes eating fish and drinking coconut milk, and he spends his time to maximize the satisfaction he gets from eating and drinking.

    Consider Robinson’s island as a one-person economy. Assume that fish and coconuts are the only goods in this economy, and there is an unlimited supply of both goods.

    1.2. Which of these statements is true?

    A. The economy is not efficient in production, but it is efficient in consumption and output levels.

    B. The economy is not efficient in consumption, but it is efficient in production and output levels.

    C. The economy cannot be efficient since there is only one person.

    D. The economy is efficient because it meets all three criteria of an efficient economy: efficiency in consumption, production, and output levels.

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  48. stealspartansbcglobalnet

    I know its not the Swiss Family Robinson, its kind of like a newer version, but not recent at all

    all i remember is a battle scene where people are attacking the tree house, and the family creates fake people figures to stand in the window and hold a white surrender flag, and then attack back

    thanks! but again it is NOT the Swiss Family Robinson I mean!

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  49. Andres C

    Also, how does the book (W. H. D. Kingston’s edition by Puffin Classics) end? I don’t mean to be so specific, but I know there are many versions of the story told meaning there are different endings to the tale. Any help would be great. Thank you!

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  50. sam N

    I found many sites with plot summaries, character analysis and about the possible locations of the island but I need to find one which talks about the characteristics that appear in the novel.Thanks for your help!

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  51. kewlflame14

    write in full sentence. 1) what doubt was there in Rabins crusoe’s mind when he saw an English Ship arrive on the deserted Island ? 2) How long was Friday away from Crusoe ? write in full sentence. 1) what doubt was there in Rabinson crusoe’s mind when he saw an English Ship arrive on the deserted Island ? 2) How long was Friday away from Crusoe ?

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  52. Zack Faria

    Looking for books about people being lost on an island/shipwrecked. Ages would be anything from young adult and up.

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  53. diggn4richez

    I just got this really good idea and it’s about 4 people surviving on an island together after a plane crash… I want to write it, but I’m afraid that it is going to be cliche because of all the island stories already. Should I write it anyway? I’m probably not planning on getting it published

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  54. sethburger

    The History Channel has a program called Apocalypse Island about Mayan monuments on an unknown, uninhabited, inaccessible island in the middle of the Pacific. But the monuments just look like rocks. Was this for real?

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  55. Rishi

    In school for science i have to produce a story, and it is about some one getting stranded on a desert island surrounded by sea. I have been asked to write a story about how the person can turn sea water into pure drinking water, using only things you would find on a desert island.

    Please could you help me work out how you could turn sea water into pure water? Any Help Will Be Extremely Appreciated!

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  56. tjpimpin

    I’ve decided to write a short story about me getting shipwrecked on an island that is not yet discovered. Kinda like Robinson Crusoe. The island i am making up is going to be a really small place in the Caribbeans.

    What would be a good title for my story?

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  57. Matt

    If we found our own island and made it our own “country” would we be exempt from mortgage fees / taxes to government?

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  58. Brody S

    I was cast inThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer (the play not the musical) about a week ago and I was wondering how big of a role each of the characters are. Could you list these characters in order from biggest part to smallest part? That would be a huge help! Amy Becky Aunt Polly Hope Sally Susie Faith Mary Lyda Sid Ms.Thatcher Widder Douglas Tom Huck

    Thanks, any info would be helpful :)

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  59. Jermaine J

    I remember watching a movie when I was really young and I am desperately trying to figure out what it was. There was a group of people, I think it was kids and adults, and they were on an island or something. I think i remember them having to set traps or something. I know there was a scene where one of the characters taught another how to tap a tree for sap or something like that. And another scene where there were big rock monsters. I really have no clue what it was called! HELP!!!!

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  60. wwwavid360gamercom

    I’m a engineer and ex – soldier ( medical reason – retired ) and my wife are a physiotherapist who had good reputation.

    She is a out-of-balance biatch and adrenaline addicted ; me neither .. any advice for us at Egypt during Xmas vacation? ( ~ 10 day max. )

    We focused to some danger, challenge, pain and new things .. other possible route for us spend time at Thai – Andaman Sea Islands like Robinson’s.

    advices for us? laytonbensingerjr : rofl .. this is the good advice dude, thumb up .. thnx

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  61. lildevilgurl152004

    I would like to ask what people think of the First Minister of Northern Ireland and the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Peter Robinson. I am particularly interested in reading the views from posters in the UK mainland in regards to this issue.

    In spite of all that he has achieved and been involved in, Peter Robinson remains one of the most under profiled figures in Irish politics but on Monday 7 February 2010 he will be the subject of a fascinating documentary on BBC One Northern Ireland (available 973 in UK mainland) and so if you wish to learn about one of the most influential politicians in recent Northern Irish history then tune in. Here is a preview of the documentary: http://www.belowtheradar.tv/

    Peter Robinson is widely regarded by various historians and political observers of Northern Irish politics to be the greatest and most talented political strategist since Edward Carson. For over forty years Robinson has been actively involved in Unionist politics; he was a founding member of the Democratic Unionist Party; a vocal advocate of devolution since 1977; the co-author of the forward looking Unionist Task Force Report of the late 1980’s and the man widely considered to be the architect of the St. Andrews Agreement and the subsequent DUP decision to enter into power-sharing with Sinn Fein. For almost twenty eight years Robinson was the deputy leader of the DUP and whilst Ian Paisley was viewed as the heart and soul of the party, his intelligent deputy was without doubt the clinical brain of the DUP. Within the DUP Robinson has always been viewed as an oddity insomuch that he promulgated a more moderate and pragmatic view of Unionism in addition to the fact that he was neither a member of the Orange Order nor a member of Ian Paisley’s fundamentalist Free Presbyterian Church. Whereas Ian Paisley occupied the fundamentalist wing of the DUP alongside hardline politicians including Nigel Dodds and Gregory Campbell, Peter Robinson has always assumed a position of leadership over the moderate and pragmatic wing of the party including Arlene Foster and Sammy Wilson. An MP for over thirty one years and one of the foremost politicians in Northern Ireland, Robinson has long been viewed as the most intelligent and talented politician of his generation in the island of Ireland. In January 2010 he was embroiled in an extraordinary scandal surrounding his wife Iris and as a result lost his seat at the general election in May 2010 in addition to other factors. Since then, Peter Robinson has positively reinvented himself and displayed remarkable leadership as First Minister alongside Martin McGuinness.

    Robinson recently described himself as the leader of post-conflict Unionism; welcoming Catholics into his party; calling for integrated education, increased cooperation with the Republic of Ireland and greater respect and tolerance within Northern Irish society. He has recently attracted considerable praise for his efforts to transform the DUP and to transcend its traditional support base; paying a moving tribute to murdered Michaela McAreavey (daughter of GAA manager Mickey Harte) and visited a Roman Catholic Church and thereby becoming the first leader of the DUP to do so. His perception within the nationalist community has been completely transformed in recent months and he is now regarded as a First Minister for all in Northern Ireland. There are growing indications that the Democratic Unionist Party is on course to make considerable gains in the forthcoming May assembly election. This is, no doubt, due to Peter Robinson’s evident and sincere desire to transcend the traditional boundaries of the DUP. The strength and assured nature of Peter Robinson’s leadership in recent months has surprised and encouraged many within and beyond Northern Ireland. It is surely the vigour and genuine power of Peter Robinson’s convictions in directing the positive reorientation of Unionism, and in transforming Northern Ireland into an inclusive post-conflict society which will save the First Minister from the fate of Brian Faulkner and David Trimble. In recent months many have questioned the continued relevancy of Paisleyism within the Democratic Unionist Party and Northern Ireland. One young party activist recently suggested with palpable enthusiasm that the “narrow ideology” is a dying force. This view has been similarly expressed by other eager young supporters attracted to the moderating influence of Peter Robinson. There is little doubt that the burdensome chains of Ian Paisley’s absolutism are steadily being cast aside for progressive policies.

    For more check out here:

    http://sluggerotoole.com/2011/01/31/a-year-on-peter-robinsons-problems-mainly-those-of-success-though-some-dangers-lurk/

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  62. musicistabest

    i need character descriptions of these people in the book, and please not bopped of the internet because that is why i am asking for your help to personalize it! aunt polly tom sawyer ben rogers joe harper becky mr walters sid jim any kind of help wanted! THANNKYOUU!

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  63. tjpimpin

    As much as it kills for me to ask this, I need help with these questions.

    I read Robinson Crusoe long ago, but after unexpectedly being assigned to an assignment that requires these questions answered, I come to find that my school neglected to inform me that the class had been reading the book in my absence.

    I have 2 nights to complete this, and refuse to use summaries. I’ll enjoy reading the book on my own terms now that this epidemic has brought it again to my attention.

    I cannot remember anything, but the basic plot. Is it possible for these questions to be answered?

    1. Robinson Crusoe’s father was a: a. Minister b. Artist c. Merchandiser d. Tailor

    2. Crusoe’s first ship was: a. Sympathy b. H.S. Howe c. Opportunity d. H.S. Eagle’s Nest e. all of the above f. none of the above

    3. How long was Crusoe at sea before first shipwreck 8: a. days b. weeks c. months d. years

    4. After his first voyage, he went: a. on another voyage b. married and settled down for 5 years c. became a pirate d. home to his parents’ house

    5. Robinson’s father was a: a. good father b. drunk c. pirate d. none of the above

    6. Founder means: a. discover gold b. fall off a roof c. drown d. none of the above

    7. Did Crusoe see his first ship sink? a. yes b. no c. does not say d. none of the above

    8. Xury witnessed Crusoe: a. shoot a swimmer b. get married c. get drunk d. get whipped

    9. Robinson Crusoe was fond of saying he was a: a. Dutchman b. a pirate c. an Englishman d. God’s forsaken son

    10. Crusoe first sailed to: a. The Brazils b. New Guinea c. New South Wales d. Canary Islands/Coast of Africa

    11. Who was Senior Ingles? a. Uncle Sam b. William Shakespeare c. Santa Claus d. Robinson Crusoe

    12. On his second voyage, Crusoe sailed to: a. Spain b. Antarctica c. The Congo d. Key West e. New Guinea f. none of the above

    13. Crusoe’s first job in Salee was as a: a. farmer b. tanner c. slave d. game keeper

    14. How long did Crusoe stay in Salee? a. 2 days b. 2 months c. 2 years d. 20 years

    15. To Crusoe, what is Ishmael? a. a gun b. a horse c. a Mulay d. a dog

    16. Xury is a: a. river b. a ship c. sailor’s disease d. none of the above

    17. Robinson was: a. ship name b. founded in 1751 c. an actor d. his mother’s family name e. none of the above

    18. Crusoe tells how he: a. hunted seals b. became a cannibal c. accidentally killed his younger brother d. sewed his clothes

    19. Crusoe was: a. a bigamist b. a pirate c. resourceful d. mute

    20. Crusoe read the: a. almanac b. Torah c. Bible d. Sanskrit Scrolls

    21. Crusoe was: a. lonely b. unhappy c. unlucky d. all of the above e. none of the above

    22. Crusoe was what kind of a sailor? a. incompetent but lucky b. young and stupid c. seasick and drunken d. competent but unlucky

    23. Would you say Crusoe was: a. unlucky b. pious c. a racist d. all of the above e. none of the above

    24. Crusoe named his island: a. Hell on Earth b. Paradise by Chance c. No Escape d. all of the above e. none of the above

    25. Crusoe tells how he: a. did not believe in God b. hunted whales c. picked grapes d. became a cannibal to survive

    Again, if anyone can help it will be more than appreciated. I did enjoy the book from what I remember, and will start reading it again ASAP. Unfortunately 2 days is far from enough time to finish it.

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  64. Brendan O

    i was watching the music video when i look at you by miley cyrus and it looks like there are clips from a movie in it. is it a new one that hasnt come out yet?

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  66. Keaton

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  67. jag43216

    As much as it kills for me to ask this, I need help with these questions.

    I read Robinson Crusoe long ago, but after unexpectedly being assigned to an assignment that requires these questions answered, I come to find that my school neglected to inform me that the class had been reading the book in my absence.

    I have 2 nights to complete this, and refuse to use summaries. I’ll enjoy reading the book on my own terms now that this epidemic has brought it again to my attention.

    I cannot remember anything, but the basic plot. Is it possible for these questions to be answered?

    1. Robinson Crusoe’s father was a: a. Minister b. Artist c. Merchandiser d. Tailor

    2. Crusoe’s first ship was: a. Sympathy b. H.S. Howe c. Opportunity d. H.S. Eagle’s Nest e. all of the above f. none of the above

    3. How long was Crusoe at sea before first shipwreck 8: a. days b. weeks c. months d. years

    4. After his first voyage, he went: a. on another voyage b. married and settled down for 5 years c. became a pirate d. home to his parents’ house

    5. Robinson’s father was a: a. good father b. drunk c. pirate d. none of the above

    6. Founder means: a. discover gold b. fall off a roof c. drown d. none of the above

    7. Did Crusoe see his first ship sink? a. yes b. no c. does not say d. none of the above

    8. Xury witnessed Crusoe: a. shoot a swimmer b. get married c. get drunk d. get whipped

    9. Robinson Crusoe was fond of saying he was a: a. Dutchman b. a pirate c. an Englishman d. God’s forsaken son

    10. Crusoe first sailed to: a. The Brazils b. New Guinea c. New South Wales d. Canary Islands/Coast of Africa

    11. Who was Senior Ingles? a. Uncle Sam b. William Shakespeare c. Santa Claus d. Robinson Crusoe

    12. On his second voyage, Crusoe sailed to: a. Spain b. Antarctica c. The Congo d. Key West e. New Guinea f. none of the above

    13. Crusoe’s first job in Salee was as a: a. farmer b. tanner c. slave d. game keeper

    14. How long did Crusoe stay in Salee? a. 2 days b. 2 months c. 2 years d. 20 years

    15. To Crusoe, what is Ishmael? a. a gun b. a horse c. a Mulay d. a dog

    16. Xury is a: a. river b. a ship c. sailor’s disease d. none of the above

    17. Robinson was: a. ship name b. founded in 1751 c. an actor d. his mother’s family name e. none of the above

    18. Crusoe tells how he: a. hunted seals b. became a cannibal c. accidentally killed his younger brother d. sewed his clothes

    19. Crusoe was: a. a bigamist b. a pirate c. resourceful d. mute

    20. Crusoe read the: a. almanac b. Torah c. Bible d. Sanskrit Scrolls

    21. Crusoe was: a. lonely b. unhappy c. unlucky d. all of the above e. none of the above

    22. Crusoe was what kind of a sailor? a. incompetent but lucky b. young and stupid c. seasick and drunken d. competent but unlucky

    23. Would you say Crusoe was: a. unlucky b. pious c. a racist d. all of the above e. none of the above

    24. Crusoe named his island: a. Hell on Earth b. Paradise by Chance c. No Escape d. all of the above e. none of the above

    25. Crusoe tells how he: a. did not believe in God b. hunted whales c. picked grapes d. became a cannibal to survive

    I’ll grant Best Answer to anyone who can help.

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  68. Willie

    which is CORRECT?

    a. The children’s party starts at 2 p.m. b. The childrens’ party starts at 2 p.m.

    a. The Robinson’s house is on Spring Street, but ours’ is on Randolph Drive. b. The Robinsons’ house is on Spring Street, but ours is on Randolp Drive.

    a. The Bears lost the Super Bowl to Indianapolis; worse yet, I lost a bet with my brother about the outcome of the game. b. The Bears lost the Super Bowl to Indianapolis; worse yet; I lost a bet with my brother about the outcome of the game.

    a. Michael has lived in Portland, Oregon, San Francisco, California, and Providence, Rhode Island. b. Michael has lived in Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California; and Providence, Rhode Island.

    a. I just bought CDs by Regina Spektor, John Legend, and Prince. b. I just bought: CDs by Regina Spektor, John Legend, and Prince.

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  69. dubmecrazy3

    1. why did martin Luther king jr. use civil disobedience in American- what laws were considered unjust? 2. 2 examples of civil disobedience used by African Americans during the civil rights movements? 3. What were some of the challenges Martin Luther king jr. faced in using civil disobedience? 4. What was the effect of mlk jr. use of disobedience in america?

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  70. Jon P

    I would like to ask what people think of the First Minister of Northern Ireland and the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Peter Robinson. I am particularly interested in reading the views from posters in the UK mainland in regards to this issue.

    In spite of all that he has achieved and been involved in, Peter Robinson remains one of the most under profiled figures in Irish politics but on Monday 7 February 2010 he will be the subject of a fascinating documentary on BBC One Northern Ireland (available 973 in UK mainland) and so if you wish to learn about one of the most influential politicians in recent Northern Irish history then tune in. Here is a preview of the documentary: http://www.belowtheradar.tv/

    Peter Robinson is widely regarded by various historians and political observers of Northern Irish politics to be the greatest and most talented political strategist since Edward Carson. For over forty years Robinson has been actively involved in Unionist politics; he was a founding member of the Democratic Unionist Party; a vocal advocate of devolution since 1977; the co-author of the forward looking Unionist Task Force Report of the late 1980’s and the man widely considered to be the architect of the St. Andrews Agreement and the subsequent DUP decision to enter into power-sharing with Sinn Fein. For almost twenty eight years Robinson was the deputy leader of the DUP and whilst Ian Paisley was viewed as the heart and soul of the party, his intelligent deputy was without doubt the clinical brain of the DUP. Within the DUP Robinson has always been viewed as an oddity insomuch that he promulgated a more moderate and pragmatic view of Unionism in addition to the fact that he was neither a member of the Orange Order nor a member of Ian Paisley’s fundamentalist Free Presbyterian Church. Whereas Ian Paisley occupied the fundamentalist wing of the DUP alongside hardline politicians including Nigel Dodds and Gregory Campbell, Peter Robinson has always assumed a position of leadership over the moderate and pragmatic wing of the party including Arlene Foster and Sammy Wilson. An MP for over thirty one years and one of the foremost politicians in Northern Ireland, Robinson has long been viewed as the most intelligent and talented politician of his generation in the island of Ireland. In January 2010 he was embroiled in an extraordinary scandal surrounding his wife Iris and as a result lost his seat at the general election in May 2010 in addition to other factors. Since then, Peter Robinson has positively reinvented himself and displayed remarkable leadership as First Minister alongside Martin McGuinness.

    Robinson recently described himself as the leader of post-conflict Unionism; welcoming Catholics into his party; calling for integrated education, increased cooperation with the Republic of Ireland and greater respect and tolerance within Northern Irish society. He has recently attracted considerable praise for his efforts to transform the DUP and to transcend its traditional support base; paying a moving tribute to murdered Michaela McAreavey (daughter of GAA manager Mickey Harte) and visited a Roman Catholic Church and thereby becoming the first leader of the DUP to do so. His perception within the nationalist community has been completely transformed in recent months and he is now regarded as a First Minister for all in Northern Ireland. There are growing indications that the Democratic Unionist Party is on course to make considerable gains in the forthcoming May assembly election. This is, no doubt, due to Peter Robinson’s evident and sincere desire to transcend the traditional boundaries of the DUP. The strength and assured nature of Peter Robinson’s leadership in recent months has surprised and encouraged many within and beyond Northern Ireland. It is surely the vigour and genuine power of Peter Robinson’s convictions in directing the positive reorientation of Unionism, and in transforming Northern Ireland into an inclusive post-conflict society which will save the First Minister from the fate of Brian Faulkner and David Trimble. In recent months many have questioned the continued relevancy of Paisleyism within the Democratic Unionist Party and Northern Ireland. One young party activist recently suggested with palpable enthusiasm that the “narrow ideology” is a dying force. This view has been similarly expressed by other eager young supporters attracted to the moderating influence of Peter Robinson. There is little doubt that the burdensome chains of Ian Paisley’s absolutism are steadily being cast aside for progressive policies.

    For more check out here:

    http://sluggerotoole.com/2011/01/31/a-year-on-peter-robinsons-problems-mainly-those-of-success-though-some-dangers-lurk/

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  71. Zack Faria

    ok, so its lindsay again :] im doing a report on the adventures of tom sawyer, and i was looking for some instances when people proclaimed tom sawyer a “hero” Also if there are any other heroic actions that huck or any other characters did, please include as well . THANKS IN ADVANCE!!! ♥lindsay

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