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    star for his hilarious comedy and his playful personality. Kevin Hart does not just “talk the talk”,…

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    hope for a “new day [that] finally dawns”, one where victims are encouraged to share their stories, tyrants realize their atrocities, where women and men work together to “take us to the time when nobody ever has to say ‘Me too’ again”. Oprah Winfrey’s Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech is a powerful source of rhetoric, diction, syntax, and pathos to encourage listener to assist in the development societal change. Her speech was elegantly and inspiringly delivered, but it is not without…

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    True story.” How I Met Your Mother was quite a success But mostly because of me. The show of the century Nominated me for four emmys. When they realized that I was already winning all of the awards, They decided to make me the host. As a result I won many special class Emmys, As a host of the Tonys. Tony’s just seem to pile up for me. Lovely ladies seem to love me, Along with the crucial critics. Not only I am the best actor to be, I am also a very great father With two beautiful baby twins And…

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    Erin Ivory

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    with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism. Erin Ivory always wanted to join the journalism arena so she went on to pursue her dream. Erin Ivory net worth and salary Erin Ivory began her career for WDJT-TV based in South Bend, Indiana. She worked there as a news anchor and a general assignment reporter. Eventually, she went on to join Rockford, Illinois based WREX-TV. She worked there for quite a long time as a reporter and morning anchor. She also was a part of the team that launched…

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    Ellen DeGeneres Have you ever wondered how Ellen DeGeneres got famous? Ellen DeGeneres is a female comedian and actress that has her own television show called, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”. She was the first female comedian to be invited to sit and chat on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson. Ellen has donated to over 40 charities, and she helps people when they need help the most. “If we’re destroying our trees and destroying our environment and hurting animals and hurting one another and…

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    viewing live performers. Michael McIntyres Comedy Achievements Wikipedia'org states that since then he has taken part in numerous television shows including, Live at the Apollo, Mock of the Week, Have I Got News for You and 8 out of 10 Cats. He also performed live at the Royal Variety Performance in both 2006 and…

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    Hattie Mcdaniel Biography

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    Hattie McDaniel As known as a great African-American Actress, Singer- Songwriter, Hattie McDaniel was a great woman who paved a way for several other African American entertainers in her time. During the rapid growth of the film industry, Hattie McDaniel was a woman of visionary that took the industry under her wings and evolved into a idealists to the media industry. Hattie McDaniel was born in Wichita, Kansas on June 10, 1893; she was her parents' 13th child. Her father, Henry,…

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    This writing assignment is centered on the topic overcoming obstacles. What better way to talk about overcoming obstacles than to talk about the life of Oprah Winfrey. As much as we know about what all Oprah Winfrey has accomplished we fail to realize what she has been though to get where she is today. She was born is Mississippi where her mother was a teen on welfare. Already it's starting to look bad. Only because when she was born times were hard. As much as her mother was trying to care for…

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    featuring a relatively diverse array of black families. But for many years within this span of time, there has been what has felt like a drought of Black imagery, a “whiteout,” if you will. Many of our shows essentially came and went, while programs featuring White families continued to dominate the airwaves. Today, however, Black faces are finally all over the network and cable television lineups, and megahits such as ABC’s black-ish, a sitcom featuring the Johnson clan, and Fox’s Empire, with…

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    Her reason for “not getting too close to people” is that they would move again in a year. This would seem like a plausible reason to some, but the author goes on to say that their next house would be only a mile away. By adding this fact, the author is letting the readers know that “the move” is only an excuse for the family to continue being antisocial. The concept is further proven when the author writes, “Because they had no TV, the Tomkeys were forced to talk during dinner.” The word…

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