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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Deep Black

    It was about an all-out war between two world powers, underwater, who wouldn’t find it amazing! To make things even better; it was eighty percent off! The more I contemplated it, the more eager I was to be home. I pulled into our concrete driveway with the patience of an eight year old on Christmas Eve. I saw the front door as I turned my truck off. Excitement flooded my veins; I was almost to my liberation. I Jumped out of my truck, and raced up the driveway for the door; stopping to check the mail on the way. I reach the door, bounding through like I was being chased by a zombie from “The Walking Dead.” The weight of the work week fell from my shoulders. My mother, who was sitting in our spacious living room enjoying her latest health novel asks, “Why are you in such a rush?” “On my way home I remembered a game that I have wanted to pick up for quite a while,” I answer, “It is on sale for eighty percent off its normal price too!” “That is a great deal. Deals like that do not arise very often.” She says, trying to pretend to care. “Well I am going to get cleaned up, and download the game. Call for me if you need me.” I say, as I hug her neck, and start towards my room. I walk swiftly towards my room. So excited, I feel as though I am going to explode. I quickly change my clothes, and I turn on my computer. When my computer warms up, I pull up my gaming engine, and begin downloading Deep Black. I could not believe I was finally about to play a game I have wanted for the…

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  • Obama Bloody Sunday Speech Analysis

    With so much respect and honor, President Barack Obama is able to break down the gruesome event that helped this country grow and learn from “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Alabama in 1965. Death and destruction is a topic which is not easy to handle or address while speaking in any situation. President Obama does an exemplary job showing how this horrible event helped change America and get us where we are today. While honoring those that did not plan to sacrifice their lives, he spoke with a purpose…

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  • George Bush 9/11 Rhetorical Analysis

    George W. Bush’s 2004 presidential campaign ad “Tested” employed ethos with his message “Steady Leadership in Times of Change” implying that he was stable and trustworthy during the disastrous events that took place under his administration ,such as September 11th an event that would go on to change how voters viewed foreign and domestic affairs for years to come; meanwhile, John Kerry’s campaign ad “Optimists” would have successfully captured the vote of American voters because of his pathos…

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  • Examples Of Ethos Pathos And Logos

    Introduction President Barack Obama effectively convinces his audience that increasing minimum wage is a matter that the American people have the power to make this change come to pass. He utilizes the appeals of ethos, pathos and logos to motivate the audience to take action in their community. In this literature review I want to highlight a few subcategories that help understand how President Obama was successful in convincing the American population to flex their democratic muscle to ensure…

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  • Analysis Of George W. Bush's Speech On September 11

    On the morning of September 11, 2001, Al Qaeda terrorists carried out a set of coordinated suicide attacks using four-hijacked passenger planes and killing around 3,000 people on American soil. The first two planes hit the World Trade center, killing everyone on board and hundreds inside the buildings. Following this attack, the nation was informed by President Bush that these attacks were, “apparent terrorist attacks on our country”(BB PP). The third hijacked plane soon crashed into the…

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  • Essay On The Causes And Effects Of 9/11

    Americans thought the economy was getting better. When they went to the polls to vote on that Election Day, they didn’t have a lot of concerns, which is in contrary their past elections. The only problem at this time was education and ethics, which weren’t heavy burdens for voters. The election of 2000 is a key component for this analysis. This race was the deciding factor for which candidate will be the commander-in-chief at the time of 9/11. “During the 2000 campaign, Governor George W. Bush…

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  • Summary: The 2000 Presidential Election

    The presidential election of 2000 created great controversy throughout the country regarding claims that some African Americans and other Democratic voters were not allowed to vote in Florida for various reasons. Some of these reasons included claims that the voter did not have proper identification cards, manipulating a list of former felons to exclude thousands from voting, and even different acts of intimidation. Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election focuses on the suspicious pattern…

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  • Keystone XL Pipeline Analysis

    The creation of the Keystone XL Pipeline is an issue that has become the subject of national debate for the past couple of years. On one hand, there are those that believe it should be built because of its economic benefits. On the other hand, there are those who are against its creation because of the environmental damage it could cause and the communities it could ruin. Because of how divided people are over its creation, President Barack Obama has had to address the issue several times as…

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  • Gettysburg Address Persuasive Essay

    “…That we here highly resolve that the dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation shall have a new birth of freedom; and that this government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” These are Abraham Lincoln’s closing words of what is considered one of the most powerful speeches in American history, The Gettysburg Address. At a time of mourning, Lincoln informs the nation that the United States would continue to fight for the survival of a nation…

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  • Presidential Differences Analysis

    What makes a great leader? Is it the access to money, being raised in a wealthy household, being able to access certain achievements or just having access to the things you want? Most individuals believe that all those examples mention above will help shape a great leader, but that’s not true. Leaders have graced this earth from all sorts of demographics, whether rich, poor, lack of family wealth or simply having great leaders around to show a great example of a leader. There is no such thing as…

    Words: 1895 - Pages: 8
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