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    An Unforgettable Weekend at Raystown Lake Two years ago was my first ever cabin camping experience. Before that, I enjoyed staying at home and every once in a while I would take a hike with my father. I mainly felt that the outdoors was a place that I would only like to travel to on occasion, instead of being a place that drew me in. As a result of these prior thoughts, I became anxious at the thought of traveling to a campground nearby Raystown Lake. The week leading up to it, that’s all I…

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    In the John Hughes’ 1984 film, The Breakfast Club, there were a lot underlying social issues that are very relatable to teens in high school of that age range. The early 80’s film was centered around five teens who have in some way been stereotyped by not only their peers but also by their parents and other authority figures. The main theme for the film is to overcome stereotypes and develop a voice for one’s self. As we as self-confidence and self-acceptance. At the end of the film each…

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    We all have our favorite movies. We chose them because maybe we can relate to the plot on a personal level, or they take us to a different world on an adventure for a while. In The Breakfast Club, the director John Hughes uses music, dialogue and backstory to bring out the similarities the kids have behind social barriers because he wants people watching to see how no matter how different people seem, we may have more in common than meets the eye. Music plays a big role throughout this classic…

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    family-owned hotels are a business that family members establish and operate together and pass on to the next generation so on and so forth. Moreover, bed and breakfast (B&B), service apartment and Airbnb, in my opinion, they are kind of private small family owned that offers an overnight room with limited facilities, service, and breakfast as well. In another key word, from my point of view, globalization is an international trend of markets and products spread globally through technology. It…

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    Kurt Vonnegut could twist the world like M.C. Esher on acid. His controversial humor and style shattered my twelve year-old world of He-Man and arcade games, only to replace it with dick jokes and a new world of literature that liberated my mind and influenced my own writing. One day in the spring of 1995 I attended a physics demonstration at my middle school that would change how I viewed literature. What does physics have to do with literature? Well, the physics provoked but the…

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    Thus, adding to our algebraic impressions for a more complete perception. Additionally, it allows us to correct errors in the bias stereotyping interpersonal communications we generally have with others. A good example of this is the movie The Breakfast Club, in which five people take a journey though interpersonal communication beginning with their formed perceptions of each other being challenged by checking those perceptions, and finally correcting errors to improve their perceptions of each…

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    Movies in My Life: The Breakfast Club What defines a person? Is it how smart they are? Their beauty and popularity? Or maybe even their athletic ability? After watching John Hughes’s The Breakfast Club, I have come to learn that defining a person is not as easy as many people believe. It is not as simple as examining their sense of style or who they choose to be friends with. This brilliant film leaves its audience to think twice about judging other people who might not be as different…

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    The Movie, “The Breakfast Club” by John Hughes and the short story “The Bicycle” written by Jillian Horton share many similarities in regards to, rebellion, living dreams through others, and characters throughout both stories. It’s important to discuss these two different stories because of the effect they can have on an influential person, regardless of being about two totally distinct stories from two very different times. In both “The Breakfast Club” and “The Bicycle” there is a strong…

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    John Hughes wrote and directed the cult-like movie which is set in the 1980s called the Breakfast Club. The movie is about high school students that all do something wrong during school and end up in a day-long Saturday detention with an extremely strict principal that has them work towards a single goal. Throughout the movie the interaction among the different characters is very interesting and eye opening about how people can learn to get along and to communicate, The diversity of the group,…

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    thing: bacon and pancakes. An ecstatic grin appears on my face while I make my way downstairs. As I turn the corner I see a stack of fluffy buttermilk pancakes piled high with a big round plate of thick maple smoked bacon. My mom rarely made us breakfast due to her busy schedule so I knew this was going to be a great day. After I eat and shower I receive a call from my buddy, DeCoste. He tells me that he and Steve are ready to go. Today was Day 2 of the massive EDM music festival, Spring…

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