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  • Personal Narrative: Life Without Regrets

    new demographic (small town farmers who are cross breeding animals for new age cute internet memes)). This isn 't some heartwarming story about how I worked a mundane job but all of a sudden we were allowed dogs in the work place and everyone 's hatred slowly dissipated (working title: WorkBud). This story is more like the story of the horse from Horsin ' Around, and beloved Netflix celebrity, BoJack Horseman. Its real. Or at least it feels real. Its one of those weird twisted moments where on the outside, everything looks like. But it doesn 't feel right. Imagine eating Chinese leftovers that you forgot to put in the fridge two days ago, and think about how that feels. It tastes great, you are satisfied with the crispiness of the Chow Mein noodles dripping in black bean sauce. But moments later, as you run to the closest bathroom, you realise that your feeling of satisfaction is only temporary. And as you sit on the porcelain throne, the reality of what you have done starts to settle in and you vow never to step foot into Yang Sheng Chinese Takeout after 10PM ever again. For a while, I adopted this two-day-old Chinese food mantra. Satisfying in the present, and worry about the rest later. I 'm always told that I have to live fast, die young, bad girls do it well (okay, maybe not that part but I wanted you to read that in MIA 's voice). Cause a life without regrets is a life not lived...right? Regrets, I 've had a few. And I don 't really see anything wrong with that…

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  • Chow Mein Vs. Chop Suey

    Chow Mein vs Chow Suey: A Guide on the Differences between the Two Chow Mein vs Chop Suey Meta Description: Confused about Chinese dishes? Wondering about their differences? Read this post about Chow Mein vs Chop Suey and know how they are different. Is Chop Suey the same as Chow Mein? It may seem like a stupid question, but a lot of people are unaware of the answer. With this, in the rest of this post, our discussions on Chow Mein vs Chop Suey will enlighten you about how these two popular…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Story Of A Dog

    Growing up dogs have always been around me, and we’ve had many dogs, and a few cats, over the years. Here 's the stories of a few. The first dog I ever met was Shala. She was a chow chow mix and my mother’s dog a long time before I was born. She was the sweetest dog you’d ever meet, though I was young when we had her so I don 't remember much. When we moved out to New Mexico in 2004 she came with me and my mom, which must 've really been hard for both of them since we were driving from florida.…

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  • Mein Kampf Book Analysis

    Analysis of Hitler’s Mein Kampf With over 60 million lives lost, World War Two was known as the most destructive war in history. What could cause such a catastrophic disaster to occur? The blame for this war lies heavily on the infamous Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazis. His influence on Germany was immense but he started off as an unknown political figure. Through the release of Mein Kampf, Hitler was able to spread his radical views to the rest of Germany and lead them down a path of…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Their Finest Hour By Winston Churchill

    Analysis of: “Their Finest Hour” by Winston Churchill A. 10 forms of rhetoric in the speech i) Metonymy: “We have under arms at the present time in this Island over a million and a quarter men.” Winston Churchill substitutes the Island of Great Britain with the word Island, acting as a figure of speech that means the same thing. ii) Connotation: “If Hitler can bring under his despotic control the industries of the countries he has conquered...” By referring to Hitler's control as being…

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  • The Role Of Hitler In Don Delillo's White Noise

    In Running Dog, the plot is centered on a rumored pornographic film of Hitler, and the reader follows a journalist who tries to track down the film. When asked in an interview why Hitler was the focus of the book, DeLillo responded, “This made it an object of ultimate desirability and ultimate dread, simply because it connected to Hitler” (DePietro 71) As with White Noise, Jack Gladney would probably have said the exact same thing when asked about Hitler, “simply because it connected to Hitler.”…

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  • How Is Artistry Justified

    attacks. Artistry similar to the three examples just shown are extremely necessary in today 's society because they unite people of different cultures and lifestyles to join as one for the greater good. While artistry has a lot of positive benefits, it has its fair share of negatives as well. Artistry can be used to destroy and to kill, like it was during World War II. Adolf Hitler was a master at using artistry to manipulate people into believing that it was ok to kill, and that jews were evil.…

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  • Borderline Personality In Hitler

    His sister recalled how awkward he was with her as a child. “He was eleven and she perhaps five, Adolf was wildly terrified at the thought of a girl, even a little girl, might kiss him. That the feeling went beyond repugnance small boys allege for girls, especially their sisters.” She noted that he would jump out of bed to avoid her kisses. The few noted sexual encounters he had resulted in three of the women committing suicide and three that made serious attempts. He would make very strange…

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  • Adolf Hitler: 'Behind The Nazi Mind'

    personality. (An Overview of Adolf Hitler’s Mental Disease). As previously mentioned, some of Hitler’s character traits had the potential to be caused by the lack of psychological development. According to Hyland, Carl Jung presumed that this short lived advancement generated from “traumatic life events such as his relationship with his father” (Hyland, 59). As reported by The History Place, Alois, or the brother of Hitler, was first the subject to the wrath of their father. “A year…

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  • Sylvia Plath's Poem 'Daddy'

    origins from her father could have been a reason for the Holocaust images throughout this poem. Another reference is in line 29 where Plath states, “I thought every German was you,” making it seem as though Plath’s father’s German affiliations scared her. Also, Plath explains how scared she was of her father and his “Luftwaffe” which was a German air force (291). In line 46, Plath is saying that the swastika is God-like which illustrates that the German’s symbol is more important than God. Plath…

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