Bernard Spitzer

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  • Museum Observation

    resides in the upper west side of New York City. Aside from it being a tourist spot, it’s also one of the biggest museums and holds a huge collection of artifacts varying from different times of history. An approximation of the amount of artifacts is, “8 million, but many curators will privately admit that this is most likely a guess.” (Preston, :176). What people don’t know about this museum is the actual history of those artifacts shown on display. To a typical visitor those small trinkets of stuff behind glass is nothing really significant, but to the culture it belonged to those things could mean much more. In this essay I will be analyzing the Spitzer Hall of Human Origins and the Northwest Coastal Indians hall and the underlying issues and observations I’ve made through my personal visit to the museum. Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, I found to be the hall that used the most technology which was the reason why I chose to analyze this hall. This exhibit mainly focused on the evolution of humans, physically, mentally, and genetically. It goes as far back to 6 million years ago to present day. Once I walked through the entrance my senses of sight and hearing were completely engaged. There were many attractions to this exhibit and that is one of the reasons why I believe so many people were visiting this certain hall. As I walked through the exhibit I found the artifacts to be displayed by chronological order.. In addition to that there were many bright…

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  • Case Study Of Mark Madoff's Ponzi Scheme

    Mark Madoff was put in a very difficult position on whether to turn his father, Bernie Madoff, in for his Ponzi scheme immediately or give his father a week delay as he requested. If Mark would have not immediately gone to authorities, he risked looking guilty for involvement and risked the charges associated with involvement, in addition to possibly facing charges for withholding information on his father’s illegal activity. If Mark chose to wait it out, he would be giving Bernie not only a…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Greed

    We all want certain things, and sometimes greedy people want more than others. Like just about everyone, I have been a greedy person, and have had greed. My greed is ordinary though it is my motivator to go to college, get a better job, and truly succeed in life. I believe greed is good and bad because it can bring out the worst in people, but others it truly drives them to just be successful, happy people. I hope to describe how greed is something that just about everyone has and what…

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  • The Magic Barrel And The German Refugee

    stories. The short stories “the Magic Barrel” and “The German Refugee” displays Bernard Malamud 's Jewish culture and background through characters and other parts in the story. According to Bernard Malamud’s the “Magic Barrel”, “Not long ago there lived in uptown New York, in a small, almost meager room, through crowded books, Leo Finkle, a rabbinical student in the Yeshivah University. Finkle after six years of study, was to be ordained in June.” (Malamud) This…

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  • Money Laundering: Film Analysis

    1. Gordon Gekko, a man that is sentenced to jail for money laundering, comes out eight years later and finds himself with alone. He is in love with money and finds a way to get his millions that he once had, when Jake Moore (his daughters fiancée comes to him. Jake wants to take revenge for his mentors death, Gordon takes advantage of this and becomes and ally. Gordon gains Jakes trust and pretends to help him by telling him where to find a large amount of money. He tricks Jake and takes the…

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  • Technology Makes People Stupid

    In so many ways technology and Google has simplified people’s lives. Technology has become a necessity for just about everyone. All the information people need is at the tip of their fingers, directly on their phones. So, because of the easy access to Google and technology, individuals should be smarter, right? The fact is technology and Google makes people stupid, and this can be seen in a series of ways. First of all, Google alters the way people’s brains operate, and as a result they become…

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  • The Great Influenza Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    Now the reader doesn’t know what to think and questions what Barry is saying. As the reader is confused Barry rebuilds his credibility, as a scientific author, by quoting great French physiologist Claude Bernard and references to awarded scientist Albert Einstein. Now that the reader has been told even professional, famous, scientist rely on uncertainty they can trust what is going to be written throughout the rest of the passage. In the succeeding paragraphs Barry continues to explain…

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  • Roy Hobbs: The Perfect Hero

    As far as a Hollywood movie goes, everyone wants the perfect Hollywood ending. To be able to have the perfect Hollywood ending, Hollywood first has to make the perfect character. The perfect character consists of someone who is all around good. They have good intentions, a wholesome background, and despite every awful situation they are put in they come out of it a better person. So what better way to portray the perfect character than by making them great with kids? That was, after all, the…

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  • Madoff Securities Fraud Case

    Madoff Securities Madoff securities, is a company created by Bernard l. Madoff Investment Securities LLC was founded in the year 1960 by Bernard Lawrence Madoff, who happened to be also be senior executive of the company. Bernard Lawrence started the company using accumulated funds of $ 5,000 from his business that involved the installation of sprinkler systems for wealthy New Yorkers. In his five years as executive, the company accumulated a fortune estimated at more than one billion dollars. …

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  • Worldcom Case Study Answers

    1. There are many decision-making traps WorldCom’s board has succumbed to. One of these trap is relying on one individual to lead and decide the future of the company. The leader of the company, Ebber was conceited, refrained from the truth, and short tempered. He made it visible throughout the company that he did not like negative and only accepted numbers that represent profit. With a similar image to Mao Zedong during the Great Leap Forward, the company was put through an economic crisis…

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