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    Bring it on. When people think about a typical cheerleader, they always think short skirts, loud voices, and tons of energy. Cheerleaders are not just spirited people in uniform. Cheerleaders are commonly seen on the sidelines of a football game. They normally not thought of as a sport because they cheer for another sport playing like football. Some people may argue cheer is a hobby and not a sport. However, competitive cheerleading is different from sideline cheerleading. Sideline cheerleaders are the typical cheerleaders that people automatically picture in a cliché movie where head cheerleader dates jock. Nonetheless, competitive cheerleading is different, since they are the ones that spend hours practicing on their skills to get better.…

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    Bring Bring! Class is finally over. “Read through the whole case study tonight and have comments from it for tomorrow’s discussion.” Ugh, I don’t even know how I have managed to keep a B through Professor Holland’s class this semester. Cal Berkeley was very hard at first but I eventually adapted. Study, study, study and you’ll somewhat survive. I keep telling myself that graduation is soon and in a couple of months all of my hard work for 5 years will be worth it. I’m going for an advanced…

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    David Denby paints us a picture of how Hollywood portrays high school life in movies. The very first movie of the Bring It On series, titled Bring It On, fits his description almost perfectly. The main characters in this movie are high schoolers that are very passionate about cheerleading. It sounds like an innocent movie that everyone can watch, but this movie contains a lot of adult humor. Denby described Hollywood’s portrayal of high school as a “never ending nightmare” (p. 366). He…

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    Group communication is one of the most important types of communication in the world today. In a society that is becoming more and more engulfed in themselves, through cell phones, and social media, it is important that the value of communicating with one another is not lost or forgotten about. Our group thought long and hard about a movie that would best portray group communication and all of its components, and what better movie than one all about a team of cheerleaders? Bring It On is a movie…

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    to see these guys at the fair!” About an hour and a half later Bring Me The Horizon was going to rock the main stage with the best setlist ever! Since there were openings in the crowd we got be about twenty feet from the stage. The stage had the drum set that belongs to Matt and the keyboard that Jordan plays. Behind those there were these poles that I later found out were like screens for lyrics and videos. Everyone was screaming with excitement as Oli, Matt, Jordan, Lee, and Matt all came out…

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    called me to put my faith in him and believe in him. The call to faith is a purpose for all people. Without this first calling, the following purposes for my life could not be fulfilled. The next purpose for my life is my call to minister – my call to share the gospel with those I encounter. Similarly, this purpose is one for all mankind as well, and one that can be done at any time in life. Lastly, my divine design is my call to vocational ministry. This calling is unique, not more important,…

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    escaped into the alley beside the shop. Her mother was taking her time perusing the hats: hats with wide brims, big feathers, funny textures. My family was very successful; hats were an important commodity to the women of Vienna, even to those that typically upturned their noses at my family. The approaching war distanced itself further from me each time a woman bought a hat and exited the shop with her lips upturned in a satisfied smile. How could there be war, I had thought, when these women…

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    Descriptive Essay: My Hair

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    the swamp by saying it, but who cares.” “You have no idea how much you just did for me. I truly was not thinking, thank you.” “I swear, lately I feel like I care more about your future than you do.” Asher was always incredibly sensible, his hair was slightly duller than mine but he never let it hold him back. Maybe he was right. My mind had been in the clouds daydreaming about this mystery girl. So I decided tonight would be the last time I go to the lake. After that, I would let go…

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    Bring Your Dog To Work

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    I agree with what the supporting passage says about the Bring Your Dog to Work program. It can relieve stress in the work place. It can make the workplace somewhat more productive. However it can become a distraction in the workplace. In the first passage it mentions that it can relieve stress in the workplace. Especially during the rushes of finishing projects or dealing with deadlines. I believe that is true. More businesses should have a Take Your Dog to Work program. …

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    Response to "Bring Back Flogging" Jeff Jacoby is a strong advocate for bringing some of the corporal punishment ideals from the Puritans back into modern society. Additionally, the reasons Jacoby gives are agreeable and have an abundant number of sources to back them up. I personally agree with the author's stance on corporal punishment as well as his reasonings for such an opinion. These reasons being: (1) The price of keeping criminals incarcerated is expensive especially with how many inmates…

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