Monday, March 9, 2009

The Seems 44

1. Elaborate on the statement..."No one, not even a case worker, can tell you what lies at the heart of the plan - and beware of anyone that says they can."

12 comments:

  1. i think he means the plan is unpredictable and ever changing, like a glitch, and whoever says he can predict it is lying and trying to take advantage of you.

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  2. i agree with luke and i can put it any other way.

    Luke,
    do think the plan could freeze and not change?

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  3. I think it means or is like a growing kid. They are unpredictable and always chaning. I used to be a deviant, screaming, kicking child and I don't do any of that any more. Wow, how times have changed.

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  4. I completely agree with Luke on how the plan doesn't change. But what do you think would happen if the Fixers new what the plan was?

    Kaci why do you think the plan is so secret?

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  5. I think what that statement is saying is that the plan is secret, unpredictable, always changing, and sneaky and anyone who says they know the ways of the plan can't be trusted.

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  6. I like the issue of trust you are tapping on.

    I think that this statement is a warning to all the readers that they should be careful of those who project to know too much because they may not always be trustworthy or they might be the cause of the problem.

    "With great power, comes great responsibility," Spiderman.

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  7. The plan may be so secret because if everyone knows it it would ruin the heart and soul of the seems.

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  8. I think that the statement means that you never will know what the end of the plan will turn out like. It could be good bad or something in the middle.

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  9. Miss Bailin:
    Everyone knows what the plan SHOULD be, for example, "you go left and I go right"; but nobody knows what's on the right or left path.

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  10. the plan changes a lot, and is always changing."no one can predict the future".

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  11. Alex,
    I don't really understand your left and right question to Miss Bailin.

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