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  • Cultural Differences In Residential Areas

    I took the bus around the Los Angeles area on a Saturday. The bus I used was the 30/330 that goes from Sunset Boulevard into East Los Angeles. This was mostly what seemed to be residential areas and the main streets of Los Angeles. While riding the bus I saw the difference within the people through the surrounding buildings. The visible wealth disparity between the residents of Los Angeles is very stark and can be seen within neighborhoods. Starting at Sunset, near the Greystone Mansion, the buildings are well kept and show a variety of architectural styles. The styles often reflect older styles or modern styles, with little in-between and a distancing from the industrial, mass produced style. The buildings are often painted in light colors, but these colors would easily be dirtied by the high levels of smog in Los Angeles. That would call for the buildings to be kept up on a regular basis, meaning that the owners would have to be wealthy enough to afford the regular upkeep. Sunset Boulevard held many houses as pictured above that were very well kept along with the yards and grass areas around them. The buildings held a certain amount of splendor, based on the distinctive architectural styles, consequently this gave the area the feeling that it was well-to-do. That feeling that the area was higher class was reinforced when compared to residential areas farther into the city. Around Sunset Boulevard I did not see graffiti and the layout was very orderly. The houses were on…

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  • Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire

    Frequently, it is reported that people “panic” in an emergency, but this word is used loosely by people and sensationalized by the media. Typically, occupants become fearful of the situation but do not exhibit crazy or irrational behavior. Following extensive interviews after the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire, May 28, 1977, it is reported that the staff continued taking care of patrons and facilitated the evacuation of hundreds of occupants, and for the most part the occupants followed…

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  • The Kinds Of Racial Discrimination In The Beverly Hills Chiuahua

    Beverly hills Chihuahua released to the public on 2008. It is a movie basically about a spoiled, arrogant, Beverly hills Chihuahua who lost the way to go back home. She’s life was saved by Montezuma when she on the way back to home. Montezuma is also a Chihuahua, and he told her Chihuahua is a mightiness race, even their body is tiny, and used to treat as lapdog, but there some power inside of them Chihuahua. They don’t want to be the teacup-dogs; they don’t want their name be called Fifi,…

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  • Clueless Film Analysis

    correlates to the social status of a person in society. Clothing acts as a means of displaying class differences. “The driving force for fashion change is the need for social groups to express their unique identity through clothing…” (Lisa). Tai is presented in the movie as inferior in social status and class in comparison to the female students in the Beverly Hills high school. Cher tries to elevate Tai’s status by changing her style and fashion to what is characterized as proper Beverly Hills…

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  • My Experience Of My Internship By Beverly Hills Cab Company

    I started my internship by Beverly Hills Cab Company from September 2015. The company is committed to serve their stakeholders, such as customers, vendors, and employees with courtesy, reliability, and quality. The Company is a multi-purpose cab company that serves in different areas, such as airport service, tours, medical visits, a day or night on the town, senior services, wheelchair accessible van, errands, and hotel transport. The company has eight office employees, and fluctuating number…

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  • Deer Hunting Journey

    you ready”? I respond with “Of course” We hop in the now warm car and begin our drive into the hills. We get to our destination and slowly hop out of the car trying not to make a sound, grab our rifles and begin to walk. Walking…

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  • The Town Rush Case Study

    create a town belt, which had a positive effect on sustaining the green space around the city. The Settlers also took advantage of the hills beside the wetlands and reclaimed a lot of area in order to develop more flat land for the city. This had a negative impact on the environment because the landscape was dramatically…

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  • Essay On Stonehenge Memorial

    have it in a random, isolated location in the woods that are across the lake from my cabin which is an isolated area to begin with. I chose this location for more a joke factor in a sense because people would not expect this at all and a random person that stumbles upon it would be in awe with what they have just “found”. People may think that it is something signifcant from the past and/or holds great value to the past as well. They would potentially think that it is historic. It will be on a…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Crash

    I rode the dirt bike safely and at a normal speed for five minutes and then me, my dad and my brother finally ended the trail. We were on the open area and just like the sign at the beginning said there were a lot of dirt hills everywhere. We figured out that we had about ten minutes left until we needed to start driving back to the car and then go home. So we decided to hang out around the hills and ride around on the hills. We did a few jumps and we were about to leave when I went way to…

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  • Pig # 4: A Narrative Fiction

    In the vast plains of Montana, full of grass as green and bright as an emerald with a few drops of dew after a rainy day, with rolling hills that go on farther than the eye can see and an infinite clear baby blue sky above it all, there was a little red barn. It was old and rustic, completely different from the other cheery and bright cottages in the tiny town of Wicksdale. It’s paint peeled off the walls a little bit more every day. It creaked and groaned with the gusting winds that accompanied…

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