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    Have you ever had a scary experience? Where it just scare you? Like Every Time you turn around its something? Well I do, I can never just be great it’s always something that’s happening. The worse days ever I would never forget about these days they will always be replayed in my head. These are all my scary experience so just sit back in read. To Begin With I Remember When I was 7 years old and I love Ice Cream. So one Day I was waiting for the ice cream truck so I can get an ice cream .I didn’t have no money, but I remember my sister had a two dollar bill and her photo book. I had took, it when I heard the ice cream truck. When it came I got me a fifty cent ice cream a pickle egg, a soda, some chips. So I grabbed my stuff and soon as I was…

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    because how slow it goes compare to everything else.We started with small rides to get you ready for the main rides that you are here for.The first ride is Mad Mouse nothing to interesting for the first ride. The next ride is the corkscrew the ride as lots of twists,turns, and some loops and that the front to the entrance for the ride.I got seated next to my dad.We bucked into our seats and after everyone got a seat and the straps our tested so we don't fall out the ride started.It begin by use…

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    An experience i had like this was when i went scuba diving for the first time. My dad has been diving for a very long time, and i convinced him to take me with him when i was 10. I had always loved the ocean, so it was a very profound experience. We were staying at in a resort in Mexico, near Cancun. I’d been asking my dad to take me for years before, so they got me diving lessons at the UofA over the summer before. I was so excited when i got there, because i knew i was going to be able to go.…

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    Think of a large room. In this room there are people of every age, ethnicity, and country that you can think of. Now think of each individual story behind those lives. Everyone, despite their age, has a unique background, upbringing, and mindset. As college is hastily approaching, I see more and more people wanting to stay in the comfort of living near what is known. Not that there is anything wrong with living close to home, but personally I would rather go to a place completely unique to…

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    afraid of change. The freed prisoner was trying to enlighten the men of the true reality that was outside the cave, but they rejected him because they were afraid of the unknown. In addition, after being exposed to what was really reality, it was hard for the prisoner to go back to seeing the shadows. His opinions and views were different than the prisoners that had still been stuck down in the cave. Socrates also mentions, “Now if once again, along with those who had remained shackled there,…

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    My cultural field experience was attending a Buddhist Meditation meeting. This was out of my typical culture for two reasons; first, I am Christian, not Buddhist, and two, I have not ever meditated or even witnessed someone meditating to my knowledge. I will admit that I generally look on meditation as a waste of time that can be used to complete something constructive. I was a bit nervous about attending as it was an experience I was completely unfamiliar with and I had no idea of what to…

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    There is no major love story or couple in the film, but the tire does have an obsession with Sheila. After attempting and failing to blow off Sheila’s head, the tire became obsessed with her. The tire follows her to her motel and books the room right next to her. After the tire kills more civilians, the film shows him watching Sheila as she showers. While watching Sheila the tire is caught by the maid, who kicks him out. After that there is no mention of the tires obsession, which leaves you…

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    We’ve all had experiences that greatly impact our lives. Some have more impact than others, some in good ways and others in bad ways. Regardless of the emotions we assign the experiences, they help shape who we are. The unique views, opinions, habits, character traits, and perceptions we have are molded out of these numerous experiences. I have had so many experiences that have changed the way I view the world, the people in it, and myself. One of these such experiences happened to me when I was…

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    In the same first experience, she would see this as one of the greatest opportunities to have. She believed that you could be anything you wanted to be in America. Unlike Jing-Mei, her mother felt like this was the prodigy that Jing-Mei should live up to. She would have done anything to make sure Jing-Mei would become a piano genius. In the second experience, she expected her daughter to play astonishing, which was quite the opposite of what it really was. It was obvious that Jing-Mei’s mother…

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    world around him. This, however, does not inhibit him from experiencing the world around him, unlike the Narrator. The Narrator’s blindness comes from inability to experience the world around him, a curtain he pulls down to shield himself from anything he doesn’t deem “important” enough for him to try and understand. This draws a contrast between the two character’s…

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