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    Fergie's Video Analysis

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    resulted in a society that constantly judges every move that a woman makes, especially when it has to do with her own body. The worst part of this situation is that women are the prime suspects for bringing their fellow women down. It is hard enough to take criticism from a man, let alone someone who could be in the exact same position. The point is, is that women should be able to be support and communicate well with other women in their quest to be confident and liberated in every way. In October of 2015, women everywhere were talking about Magic Mike XXL, and you bet that they were incredibly excited. Magic Mike XXL is about a group of stripping men, and it is incredibly interesting that most women had nothing negative to say about it. The film was very successful and critics gave it relatively positive reviews. This was not a surprising outcome, seeing as how its prequel Magic Mike was just as successful. It seems to be that men can be as nude as they want, as sexual as they want, and as crude as they want while receiving praise from most of their female audience. This begs the question of why women do not have this same privilege. In early July , RnB artist Fergie released a music video for her new single “M.I.L.F$”. The video was full of other powerful celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian, and Ciara. Fergie decided to write a song about powerful and successful moms after the birth of her son Axl. She chose to express herself by making a sexy music video…

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    Hello Ms. Finkelman, I would like to express my sincere thanks that you have taken time out of your schedule to work with me on my Vocational Rehabilitation Case. I’m aware that you made an exception to your busy schedule to even see me on Monday, 26 October, at 10:30 am. That is why I wanted to ensure that I express my thoughts to you in a written correspondence that you might reference in my absence. Requesting vocational rehabilitation services to attain a doctoral degree is not the normal;…

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    so i went in. I quickly realized it brought you to the prestigious top floor, where the judges or referees would watch the race. As we marched up these stairs, we noticed they were no where near as strong as the previous stairs. Once at the top of the stairs, we noticed to get up there you had to walk across the catwalk that looked worse than the stairs. with the three of us all walking on a poorly designed catwalk from the early 80s, we felt like it was okay, we kept walking even…

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    Historians Philip Jenkins and Matthew Dallek offer differing views on the achievements completed during Ronald Reagan’s presidency. While both historians do not seem to have liked president Ronald Reagan much, they base their suggestions about his presidency’s results on at least partially historically defensible claims. Although I understand why both historians said what they did based on historical facts from Reagan’s presidency, I find myself agreeing with Philip Jenkins’s statement of…

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    In May 1989, the claims of the conspirators began to fall apart as soon as the people around Bush began talking. The Secret Service spoke first and an agent proclaimed Bush had not left the country. News accounts also proved Rupp and Brenneke’s claims improbable. Using the Secret Service accounts and news reals, Bush is publicly accounted for “down to the hour.” On October seventeenth, he campaigned for Reagan in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. On the Nineteenth, he had a campaign speech at…

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    The 1980s has a large impact on our world today. The people of the 1980s helped our culture be the way that it is today. Without the eighties our world would not be nearly as fun, and would not have very good technology. The eighties was a time of change in culture and economy. It is important to our history, and a lot of change happened. The eighties has a huge impact on our culture today, and we have the lifestyle that we do because of the eighties. The main parts of the eighties that impact…

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    Unit 1 Discussion Thread How did prejudice and discrimination affect the development of sociology in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? Grading Rubric: Required Discussion Elements Point Value Thoroughly responded to each topic/question in initial post 25 Proper citation of the material. 5 Respond to 2 classmates. (10 points each) 20 No spelling or grammar errors. 5 Total possible points 50 • Gender – women did not have a right to vote and they were not treated as equal in…

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    Lupus Informative Speech

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    Do you want to know more about Lupus? If so stay tuned for the next 4 pages and I will tell you everything you want to learn about lupus! Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body such as skin, joints, and organs. In lupus, something goes wrong with the immune system, which is the part of the body that fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs such as the flu. Sometimes our immune systems produce proteins called antibodies, they protect the body from these…

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    The Shifting Heart should be just as, if not more successful than the Doll". ("Rich field of drama",…

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    His contribution goes beyond theatre: he has directed feature films, documentaries, and television serials. He represented India in foreign lands as an emissary of art & culture. He has experimented with the fusion of the traditional and modern dramatic forms and content. The purpose of using traditional forms is to achieve a rare insight into the contemporary reality because Karnad believes that complexities of post colonialism are inherited from that the colonial and pre-colonial times. Unlike…

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