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  • How My Mom Changed My Life

    a Catholic” to that we started to walk away when the boy shouted back at us “You Catholic bastards.” Proof enough for us and their mother, utterly embarrassed she said her apologies. This is so typical of Scotland, especially Glasgow for Catholics and Protestants to have such disdain for each other. We saw these youngsters being accompanied by their parents to and from schools daily. That is Scotland for you. The Protestant and Catholic rivalry is ridiculous. When I first moved to Scotland I was warned by my siblings to never tell anyone if I am Catholic or Protestant. This would mean if I was Catholic I supported Celtic football club and if I was Protestant I supported Rangers football club. If I offered the wrong support to the wrong person a Glasgow smile was likely. It wasn't long until I was approached by a young man who asked me if I supported Celtic or Ranger. I said I don't follow football. He insisted that I must have a favourite and I said “No, I really don't” God knows what would have happened if I had committed either way.…

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  • Analysis Of The Hillsborough Disaster Of 1984

    Justice for the 96 A cliché often heard in history classes is that “history is written by the victors.” This notion that the truth behind historical events is influenced by those left to record them is one that is emphasized on events in the more distant past. Events that occurred more recently are less often given this scrutiny, and many times the first version of the truth, the “winner’s” version, becomes widely accepted. Furthermore, because this truth is distributed by people in positions of…

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  • Wenger Out: A Short Story

    Did you hear what happened? Did you hear the tail of Jack and his pins? It all started one day Jack went to go buy some milk and other groceries, because they were out. On his way to sell Bess he ran into a man carrying a big white sign that read “Wenger Out” in huge red letters. As he tried to avoid the man, for logical reason, but the man walked up to him “Here you look like you want this. Crack it open and see what inside.” the man said with small laugh and the end. Jack was so scared he…

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  • Situation And Offender Behavior: Case Study

    Presenting Situation and Offender Behaviors: Bradley (Bradley) was walking his dog in the park when he encountered another person walking their dog without a leash. Bradley verbally informed them their dog is required to be on a leash. At this point the person ignored him. There were some words were exchanged between Bradley and the other man prior to Bradley walking away, as Bradley was leaving the park he turned around asking the other person if this was their car. The other person replied…

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  • The Non-Consequentialist Perspective Of The Hillsborough Incident

    Although, the Hillsborough incident is a complex issue with many stakeholders and perspectives, in order for analysis I will focus on the behaviour exhibited by the Police and Media, using the framework of Kant and others. Since the majority of Hillsborough centres on the grave consequences, utilising a non-consequentialist theory such as Kantianism provides balance. Kant’s theory is deontological it judges morality by examining the motive and rationalisation of actions; rather than goals…

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  • Narrative Essay About Football

    Club football season is into its 10th week and fans are already on each other. Apart from the rivalries and derbies, the fantasy football is super exciting but football fans believe the fan base is 99% men but thank your stars am here to knock something into your head – ‘FOOTBALL IS FOR EVERYONE’. I am an Arsenal fan and I’ve been waiting for this season with the hopes that Arsenal would win the league title for first time since the invincible. I spend most of my time watching Match day live,…

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  • Comparison Of Michael Jordan And Lebron James

    Michael Jordan and Lebron James, two of the best basketball players ever to play the game. Both have had careers that every basketball player looks up to and works so hard to be like these two, but the question is, who is the best? People like to base it off of how many championships each has won therefore Michael is better; however, there is a lot more than just championships. Stats, Years Played, MVP’s, a lot can go into this argument but in my opinion, Lebron is the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All…

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  • Tears Of A Tiger Character Analysis

    Tears of a Tigers Tears of a Tiger is a novel expresses the pain and depression of a teen that is depressed over a mistake he has made. Author Sharon Draper portrays the book as a couple of high school basketball players that have just played a game and won, after the game they go out for some fun which includes driving and drinking. Then they get into a little trouble and a life is lost during the accident. This novel shows the levels of depression by the way the main character Andy handled the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Kobe And Lebron

    Kobe and Lebron were and still the best NBA players of their era. Basketball fan or not, you have probably heard or had a strong debate. Who is a greater player: Kobe Bryant or LeBron James? Although they have never played a single playoff game against each other, the comparison is inevitable. Both came to the NBA out of high school, both have been very dominant since their early years, and both made a huge impact on the league. They are both first-ballot Hall of Famers, with a combined eight…

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  • Sport Of Basketball Essay

    Michael Jordan once said “I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” The sport of basketball is not easy; it takes pride, awareness, practice, and confidence. How far of an impact has basketball made into the world of sports? Basketball holds a lot under its belt. In the beginning it was small, but now, the sport of basketball has overcame the impossible. The sport of basketball is now one of the biggest sports in the U.S and all around the world today,…

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