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  • Literary Elements Of A Good Story

    A Good Story is an Effective Story “High School is like a spork: it's a crappy spoon and a crappy fork, so in the end it's just plain useless.” - John Mayer. A story is more appealing to the audience and the reader when something is being described in detail like the John Mayer quote about high school and sporks. Also, when using literary elements, that pulls the reader in because they want to know what is being said or talked about. It puts a picture into the reader’s minds. Stories that…

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  • Chabris And Simons The Invisible Gorilla

    The Invisible Gorilla is a book that certainly lives up to the label “New York Times Bestseller” Chabris and Simons created a brilliant masterpiece that can make anyone become interested in psychology and the workings of the brain. This book is a stellar read up that encompasses dozens of diverse scenarios and connects them into one flowing masterpiece. The book has no set long term characters apart from the authors who narrate the book but you feel in tune with each person brought up in the…

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  • Lynn Eval: The Causes Of Crime

    In Ohio, a two year old girl was playing outside with her mother and older siblings around seven o’clock in the evening. In the mist of their joy, a car sped by their home shooting. When the shooting finally came to an end, the mother found the two year old girl laying on the ground. Unfortunately, the girl was shot in the head and arm. The child arrived to the hospital in “unstable condition” and surgery was not a success. It is sad that it is not safe for young children to play outside of…

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  • The Final Scene In Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction

    on track and is considered audiovisual language while using the principles of suspense. In the Non-linear film chapter of Jeff Rush’s Alternative Scriptwriting, Rush defines the problem as boredom saying, “Here [in nonlinear films] writers look to plot, exaggeration, and over-the-top dialogue to avoid boredom” (163 Rush). Rush’s claim is clearly portrayed in Pulp Fiction. The scene starts out with Jules and Vincent sitting at a booth in the diner. The…

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  • The Importance Of Aquatecture

    conserve it. As is also one of the goals of the proponent; Laguna Lake Development Authority is promoting water and the lake. Objective Objective of interactive and educational displays are for the attraction of users As well as for the alleviation of boredom as this project aims to be unique in terms of transportation terminals. Analytical…

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  • The Decameron And The Black Death

    When the rags of a poor man who died of this disease were thrown into the public street, two pigs came upon them, as they are wont to do, and first with their snouts and then with their teeth they took the rags and shook them around; and within a short time, after a number of convulsions, both pigs fell dead upon the ill-fated rags, as if they had been poisoned (Boccaccio, p. 323). The Black Death plague began in Central Asia and ravaged through China, Mongolia, northern India and the Middle…

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  • The Symbolic Function Of Obesity And The Obesity Epidemic

    thing that comes to mind is comfort eating. Many people, myself included, tend to eat when emotions are high. Some people eat because they are upset. Others eat because they are happy and celebrating. The main one that comes to mind is eating from boredom. This can become a vicious cycle. If an obese person goes out in public, and someone makes fun of their weight, that obese person may eat more from depression, which then keeps the cycle going. We also see ads everywhere for food, and not…

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  • Goal Setting

    the common problems despite it effect. The table below shows the identified problems, outcomes and impact of job enrichment on motivation and communication in the HIS Departments. POSSIBLE PROBLEMS OUTCOMES IF JOB ENRICHMENT IS APPLIED IMPACT a. Boredom, careless errors, tardiness, absenteeism, low morale, mediocrity, skill levelling and delay in decision making Introduction of variety which can be used to tackle specialisation, increase task identity, increase control, Develop employee, reduce…

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  • Richard Louv Last Child In The Woods Analysis

    potential situation in which an anecdote to his granchildren to be that of surprise towards the technology and viewing of the world only years before. He visualizes in such everything the common person, as a child would do. Everything one saw in their boredom, something that would fascinate them so much, that no matter how much they looked, they would still be bored. The uncanny mind of the human is not easily entertained, but we still found it lovely. And, as he says, in a reflection of what…

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  • Love Is Better To Have Loved At All Analysis

    Well here is my strong point of view on love. Imagine having no choice no personality well if you think love is wrong then that's what you're asking for a world of boredom and emptiness. Yes, love has its faults but doesn't everything have you ever truly thought that something was one hundred percent perfect? Unfortunately, love will never be perfect or truly understand but could you imagine how hard a world without…

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