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    Aerosmith Recovery

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    How would your life change if you went from being an average individual to a member of a rock band? For the various members of Aerosmith, their lives have altered and continue to alter each and every day- mostly for the good, of course. Each of the eight members of the band have issues they face together and issues they face alone, from members coming and leaving to dealing with personal matters. This is shown in their albums, Get a Grip and Done with Mirrors, just to name a couple. Due to the changes and challenges within the career of Aerosmith, recovery is a process they endure regularly. Summer of 1969 marks the beginning of Aerosmith’s career (Waller). They focus mostly on rock; however, they do incorporate funk, country, and old-time…

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    During the late 90s, Aerosmith was asked to produce a touching piece for the soundtrack of the movie Armageddon, which starred singer Steven Tyler’s daughter (The Rob). With the help of schmaltz “queen” Dianne Warren (author of other sappy songs like “How Do I Live” and “Because You Loved Me”), the band was able to perform a piece that was full of gusto and romance, wrapped up by their music video in a melodramatic bow (Farber). “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” is a song that Carl Wilson would…

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    Recently my class was given an incredible opportunity to catch sight of life from others points of view. We took a trip to a university that I feel relatively unfamiliar with; Furthermore, I was given the chance to interact with many others that are in the same path as myself. Individuals that are seeking similar opportunities in life for betterment through education. I speak of an event special to my heart, organized by a group of amazing leaders that will guide me into being a successful…

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    Fordyce Experiments

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    Fordyce did an experiment to test different ways of increasing peoples happiness.. A few of those ways were keeping a positive attitude, spending less time worrying, making more time for important relationships, do the things they enjoyed, and being more outgoing. The subjects of the experiment mostly had an increase in happiness after following the list. To increase my personal happiness I could also follow the list. I could start out by having a more positive attitude. I have a…

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    One of the most interesting things when studying a piece of literature is witnessing character development. This is achieved by something called an “epiphany”. An epiphany is defined as “a showing forth, as when an action reveals a character with particular clarity” (1471). After reading Flannery O’Connor’s “Revelation”, Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral”, and William Faulkner’s “Barn Burning”, you easily see how the protagonist in each of those stories experience their own epiphany. In “Revelation”,…

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    “Do you need a help with your backpack” the stewardess asked me in British accent. “Pardon”, I said “I didn’t hear you well”. She repeated, but I still didn’t understand what she was trying to say. I started to panic. “If I cannot understand British English, which I learned in the university for 1 year, how I will understand American English”. “How I am going to study in University in America if I don’t understand simple things the stewardess was trying to say, maybe I should get out of the…

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    Frederick Douglass once said “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free”, and in my specific case, I find that statement to be extremely true. Since I was a young child, I loved to read and sometimes I even tried to write little songs or stories, even if they weren’t good. The thing is though, that since then, a lot has changed. Books have changed, the people who write have changed, the way people in general look at literacy has changed and most of all, I have changed. Therefore I find it…

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    Well growing up I did not have the greatest childhood so I always remember thinking and acting differently from the other kids in my grade. I always had this side of me that was more grown up than most of the grown ups I knew. I used to think to myself a lot I still do but when I was younger I did not have many friends so I wasn’t quite sure how to be alone. Once I became about 14 something inside of me realize I fine all alone this side of me has always second-guess any bad choices I would make…

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    Tour Reflection Going into this tour, I’m pretty sure I was one of the few choir members who had actually stepped foot into Germany before, since I had traveled their once before with my mother and grandmother. When I had gone here before (in middle school), I had loved the country, and so even though we were only going to be in Germany for five days, I was most excited for this part of the trip. Since my original trip here was so long ago, I didn’t remember a whole lot of detail about the…

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    Childhood, that sound like a good thing right? Have you thought of what can happen during that time of being a kid and turning into an adult. Just imagine all the worst possible things that could happen and all of them happening all at once. That 's how i felt at a certain point in my life. I had a couple friends during school and of course they are awesome but most people know that you can only have one best friend. That pair of words “Best Friend”. When you think about it, it 's the person…

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