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  • What Is The Paragon Of Rushed Rhetorical Analysis

    The Paragon of Rushed, Nonsensical Collegiate Essays and Research Reports I believe that I believe that I believe that this essay is the worst ever created. This sentence is pure filler, included solely to expand the length of this abomination of a "paper" to the minimum required length. (Hopefully, you didn 't notice that. Or, for that matter, this entire parenthetical.) For starters, Thomas Edison never invented the filament, but he simply made it famous. He was a great influence, like Louis Armstrong in the world of jazz, but never a direct catalyst of the lightbulb as he is proclaimed to be to this day. Of course, this so-called "viewpoint" is entirely false, and deserves no attention or regard whatsoever. This leads to the rightful questioning of whether the world is flat or spherical, as an explorer who really was not at all, Christopher Columbus, or made up of as much water and land as we crude humans believe and have been taught by successive generations. However, for the sake of the argument at hand, assume that the proposition that the Earth is composed of approximately one-third land, and the rest oceans and seas and whatnot, is a truth and tautology. Secondly, and perhaps even more amateurishly expressed, the world is seventy percent water, and thirty percent land. Why, one must ask, did God not make it the other way around - if there exists such a mighty power at all? Speaking of which, the third point presented hereby is the standpoint of philosophical…

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  • The Song Coming Home By Sigma And Rita Ora

    The song “Coming Home” by Sigma and Rita Ora aired on November 5th, 2015. This song is about a group of teenager trying to explain to the people who even if they are gone for so long they can always go home to their loved one. However they will encounter many obstacles stay in their way to find the place they could call home. They are out there trying to fight the battle to get back the life they once had and they would not stop until they get it back. Therefore, they decided to go and figure a…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Tangled Child

    A Tangled Child “Pack your things, we are leaving.” This was not your typical divorce. It was very rough time and not something I usually like to talk about or would want to relive. The divorces you tend to see in movies, where the parents might not like each other, but they still chose to put their children first and make the situation less stressful is something I have always wanted. Do not get me wrong, I never wanted my parents to get a divorce in the first place, but if had to…

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  • Growing Up With My Parents Research Paper

    When I was a little girl, I grew up with my parents being divorced. Not once did it ever bother me emotionally, but I did find myself wondering why was it that my parents had to be separated compared to other people’s parents. I lived with my father for two years. I soon ended up going to live with my mother. Life was always easy with her and quite memorable. I never imagined life without my mother. I had always pictured in my mind the rest of my childhood would be with her. I never once…

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  • Non Disciplinary Memo Essay

    This letter is a formal response to the Non-Disciplinary Memo of Concern you addressed with me on September 3rd. I am deeply upset as to the concerns you presented to me that day, and in regards to the results of both of our conversations on September 3rd and 8th regarding my managerial performance. I felt blindsided during our first meeting as you have never addressed any issues with me in the past be it verbal, face to face, or written. In fact during prior verbal conversations with you I have…

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  • What If I Told Me Essay

    What if I told you, you had the opportunity to go back in time? You could return two, three, five years, maybe even a week back. During this time you acquire the chance to change that one mistake, or the deep regret you felt when you believed to have ultimately made the worst decision of your life. Think about that moment and question what made this moment such a difficult time in your life. It may have been due to heartbreak, failure, fear, defeat, or maybe even a physical or emotional pain.…

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  • Venture Smith Character Analysis

    Venture Smith is a man of honesty and integrity. He believes in the ambition of obtaining goals and achieving those goals. In Venture Smith’s, Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Venture, Smith establishes the fact that he has had numerous amount of struggles over the course of his time, but has managed to find joy in the midst of all the struggles and hardships. His losses include incidents from his childhood, from the time he left Africa to becoming a slave, and from the time he was…

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  • Media Education And Propaganda Essay

    Zoa Phillips Media, Education and Propaganda Fundamentals of Social Psyx Even though the world around us is amazingly tremendous when it comes to knowledge and news, we need to be wary to the media’s intent on giving us news or information about the world. Although it is much needed (in my opinion) we do need to take some caution when viewing it. I have a friend who stays home all day watching CNN. He is deeply depressed and is living in fear, which can change from day to day, depending on…

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  • The Problem Of The One And The Many

    It is hard to place a single definition on a topic as broad as the One and the Many. Many people interpret what it means and how it can be solved in a variety ways. As I researched this problem I came across a definition that became glued to my mind: the problem of the One and the Many is finding the balance between something being unified and differentiated. In this definition, a researcher is seeking the relationship between unity and diversity. Many early Philosophers believed that everything…

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  • Essay On The Role Of Nature To Punish Humans In The Bible

    Throughout the Old Testament, some of the most memorable stories are about the deity using nature to punish humans. Perhaps the most well known story of the deity using nature as a punishment is the Genesis account of the flood and Noah’s ark. Turning water into blood, the infestation of lice, swarms of insects, and hail are a few of several nature plagues found in Exodus. One of the first instances in the Hebrew Bible describing the deity as using nature to punish humans is found in Genesis…

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