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    however the Australian public didn’t hear him or even about him until 2003, this is due to him not even excelling past the auditions in “Star Search”. 2003 and 2004 were the biggest years for Nollsy. He sung his way into the Australian public’s hearts all the way to the grand final on Australian Idol. Many Australians watched the first season of Idol, in fact more people viewed the show than the AFL Grand Final that year. Although 2003 was big for Nollsy, 2004 saw him debut a smash hit single, “What About Me?”. The song peaked at its number 1 spot on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart for a month. It’s safe to say that Australia was introduced to Shannon Noll during the first season of Australian Idol in…

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    Tupac Shakur's Death

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    Tupac predicted his own death. “I am having visions of leaving here in a hearse.” (Parham) Tupac thinks that his time to go is near. He puts it into a song which has the whole world wondering. Tupac was one of the best rappers in the world. He made good music all his life and somehow people still hated him. He had already gotten shot once, and after the one time he got shot, he started making music that involved him to release that he had predictions of his death. Research shows that Tupac…

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    The Death Of Tupac Shakur

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    The death of Tupac Shakur. Many people have questions and their own theories and some are true and some are completely false. In this research paper I’m trying to break down everything I can as simply as I can for anyone to understand. Using information I’ve gathered from trusted online sources, I will give the whole story from start to finish. I will try my best to get the best and truest information so I can break down this mystery. So, leading to all this craziness, it all started in Las…

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    pull off large scale crimes without police involvement or lingering evidence. Shakur’s career had a huge amount of potential, he had (and still has) a substantial following as well as such an outspoken personality and a powerful demeanor. Believing that he would just stop his career during its prime and go into hiding for no specific reason requires the facts to be pushed to their absolute limits, as well as completely baseless conjecture. Based on the events that happened that night, a lot of…

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    Tupac Theory

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    Shakur had respect for Niccolo Machiavelli. He read about Machiavelli while in prison. Niccolo Machiavelli was an Italian War strategist. He was down with faking one's death to deceive the enemy. Machiavelli actually wrote: "Sometimes it has been a great moment while the fight is going on, to disseminate words that pronounce the enemies' captain to be dead or to have been conquered by another part of the army. Many times this has given victory to him who used it."Shakur adopted the stage name…

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    1971, 2pac becomes the most legendary rappers of all time. Tupac Amaru Shakur was born in East Harlem, New York. Shakur’s birth name was actually Lesane Parish Crooks, but him and his family changed their names after the last Incan Emperor. Shakur’s parents, Afeni Shakur (mother) and Billy Garland,(father) were active members of the Black Panther Party in the late 60s and early 70s. The Black Panther Party was a self defense, black nationalist and socialist organization. Shakur was born one…

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    accomplished that in my life by graduating high school and receiving my Diploma. I feel this has been my greatest accomplishment in life by far due to the fact that it made my mother proud, I accomplished my benchmarks, and it even gave me a great amount of opportunities after high school. To begin, I believe that graduating high school is almost unattainable without the support of your loved ones who only want you to prosper and my mother did just that for 4 challenging years. Having her help…

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    Expectations of High School Junior high is two years where it is comparable to the most awkward years. That is why most people can not wait until high school. I would say most people compare and contrast high school with their high expectations. Tv shows and movies and parents persuaded many upper elementary and junior high students including myself of what to expect out of high school. Tv shows and movies gave me high expectations of high school since they all showed the students not…

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    activities that involved them? Or what frustrated you about reading and writing? My experience with reading and writing start with my teacher from elementary all the way up to my teachers in high School, Ripley, Tennessee school district, and University of Memphis. My teachers during school remind me about the things I must do for class more than my college professors. In Ripley, Tennessee their district held up high standard on students with reading and writing. My favorite teacher from…

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    Have you ever struggle with school? I have, school has always being hard for me. But it has also taught me how to achieve better skills of learning. It has helped me learn more about my inner self. My experience in high school has made me realize that some subjects are going to be is challenging, people are not going to be nice, and that responsibility is the key to success. High school has changed in me several ways. One of them was the ability to do things I thought I could not accomplish. I…

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