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Night Ryder 2000 Essay

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It was a early Saturday morning when Jack finally awoke from his good night's rest, but all he could think about was the release of his favorite game, NightRyder 2000. Jack had his eye on the game for months after it was announced and since the release of NightRyder 2000 was on the day before his birthday, Jack changed his whole routine to ensure that his parents would allow him to get the game on his birthday. But, both of Jack’s parents had high level jobs meaning he never really got to see them often on either weekdays or weekends. So Jack spent most of his time under the watch of his grandma, Lucy. This was an issue for Jack because he wanted his parents to see him do good things, in ...view middle of the document...

Before Jack knew it it was time for him to go to bed and when Lucy checked on him and found him unbathed and not ready for bed she simply said “Jack do you have any idea what time it is?”. Jack shook his head and replied “No”, at the exact same moment Jack saw Lucy’s face turn cherry red. Jack rushed to get to bed before Lucy could say another word. Right as Jack was about to go to bed he heard his dad’s car pull up to the driveway, followed by his mom’s car. Jack headed downstairs itching to ask his parents about NightRyder 2000, but he was caught by Lucy’s stare, followed by a “Go to bed.”

Jack went to bed wondering when he would get to see his parents again.

MONDAY

It was another painful Monday morning for Jack. He was rudely awakened by his alarm and Doug’s slobber. Jack got up wiped his face and noticed a box covered in wrapping paper with “HAPPY BIRTHDAY” written all over it. Jack face lit up and all he could think about was NightRyder 2000 being in the box, but at the same time he knew it couldn't be Night Ryder 2000 because it wasn't being released till Friday. Jack rushed to open his present and it appeared to be a shoe box that read “SUPRA”, the company his father worked, along with a card. The card was from his parents and it read “Happy 7th Jack this one’s from the company, Love you! From Mom and Dad.” In the box were a pair Black and White Vaider LC Supras. Jack was happy because he needed a new pair of sneakers yet he didn’t want anything but NightRyder 2000.

FRIDAY

Today was the day, the release of NightRyder 2000. Jack stayed up till 11:59 yesterday waiting for the midnight release and one of his parents, but neither showed up. Jack finally...

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