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Summarizing Jack's Run

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Cassie Joiner
Paraphrasing T-shirt by: Shontelle
English 1Miss. Stopa

First two stanzas:

I'm not sure if I want to go out tonight. I'm not used to going out without you. When we were together we would always go out together. I'm going to be late but I don't care my friend can wait for me. I have nothing to wear I tried on everything I own.

Summarizing Jack's Run by: Roland Smith

Jack and his family are in the witness protection program because when Jack's dad was arrested he told ...

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