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Teachers are good role modelsTeachers teach more than they're paid to doBrittanyTennant A cacophony of sound evades the silent room at the beginning of the day as the bell rings in the crowded halls. A teacher with a large smile on their face greets every student with such positivity that it diffuses throughout the entire room, making students smile at the merriment the teacher has every morning. A teacher is one instructs students in a given field. But the best teachers are those who do more than just instruct us in class but who help us become better people and help us through lives road blocks. My favorite teachers are those, who usually teach English, who smile all the time and are too chipper for their own goods. But that's what we students need, chipper ness. This world is full of so much heart ache and negative vibes that an overly happy person is relief to all the dreariness of everyday
Wolfman ReviewWolfman ReviewBy: Brittany Tennant "Wolfman" is a remake of the 1941 classic horror film of the same name. Lawrence Tabolt (Beniclo del Toro), who's a professional actor, receives a letter from his younger brother's fiancée Gwen Conliffe (Emily Blunt) telling him that Ben has been missing for some time. When Lawrence arrives at his childhood home his father Sir John Talbot (Antony Hopkins) reveals to him that his brother was found dead. When Lawrence goes to see his brother's body, he sees that it is thoroughly mangled and torn to shreds. Among his brother's things, Lawrence find's an odd medallion and goes to a nearby gypsy camp to investigate. This is when the story goes from mysterious to action gore. Lawrence, along with the majority of the gypsy camp, gets attacked by a werewolf that night. Lawrence, being the main character, does not die but is only seriou