Cabin 4 Sunshine Lake Camp Analysis

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Ever since Alex arrived at cabin 4 at Sunshine Lake Camp, there was at least one issue every day. Alex was a natural trouble maker and since his arrival at camp it was clear he didn’t manage well with other people. In cabin 4, David, Matt, Mark, and Spencer had been getting along just fine. The counselors, Jack and John, liked their campers, until Alex came. On the second day of camp tension grew between Alex and David especially. Alex was always looking for a way to bother or annoy David and David was willing to retaliate. All the campers and counselors were getting tired of his terrible behavior.
A week passed and Alex had gotten in trouble three times: for stealing Matt’s candy and food from his stash, for breaking the Tetherball pole and
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“If you do something wrong one more time I’m gonna call your parents to come pick you up.”
“Fine” Alex stormed out of the office.
The next day, after coming back from the trip to Islands of Adventure, David was putting his money back in his drawer and noticed Alex was watching him.
“What are you looking at?” David said in a nasty tone.
“Nothing. Don’t worry about it.” Alex answered while walking outside of the cabin.
When David left the cabin, Alex walked back inside and stole David’s money. No one saw him do it, but he knew David would notice. Alex went to the basketball courts and tried to think of a plan. His great idea was he was going to say he won a bet against another camper and that’s how he obtained the $50. Three days later, when David noticed the money was missing, he didn’t need to ask to know it was Alex.
“He took my money!” David screamed as loud as he could so everyone could hear him.
“What are you talking about?” Alex answered.
“How did you acquire those $50 you said you were going to buy food with?” David inquired.
“I won a bet against Scotty. In basketball. He bet $50 that he would beat me but I won.” Alex responded. “You can go ask him if you

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