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    Pheasant Hunt Narrative

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    the pheasant came barreling out of the grass for his life. I pointed the bead on the end of the barrel and followed the bird and I squeezed the trigger and it was still flying. I was disappointed, but I knew it was my first shot and I would have other opportunities. My dad said to aim in front of the bird a bit. It was 20 minutes and Max got birdie so I took my dad’s advice in mind, finally the bird flew out and I had my gun pointed at it. Before I shot my dad yelled “HEN, DON’T SHOOT!” We came to a corn field and my dad said to be ready and a bird came crashing out of the corn field but it was too long of a shot so I held off. We came upon a combine and my dad said ”it would be cool if it scared a pheasant out.” I said “ That would be neat.” Sure enough the combine scared a pheasant came flying out of the corn in front of the combine. We spotted where it landed and we pointed Max to the general area where it would be. I waited until Max flushed it out and when it came I shot and hit the back tail feather, but it still gracefully glided through the air like a plane. We saw 2 more hens, but no more roosters. I was disappointed that I didn’t get a pheasant. We ran into other animals such as a skunk that didn’t want to be messed with, deer that we kicked up while walking, and Max found a raccoon in the grass and it tried to bite Max but didn’t actually bite him because Max was too quick. Also we had a pheasant that we kicked up right next to us and it was freighting but it…

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    aspects of the asylum with characteristics that would more closely fit that of a machine, referring to the Big Nurse’s hand bag as a toolbox, filled with “thousand parts she aims to use in her duties today—wheels and gears, cogs polished to a hard glitter, tiny pills that gleam like porcelain, needles, forceps, watchmakers’ pliers, rolls of copper wire…” (4). He refers to society as a “combine” (40), and the asylum as a factory for the combine, made “for fixing up mistakes made in the…

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    The Chief could see the Combine functioning, and he can ambiance it, he sees the indistinguishable countryside, and school uniforms in the community at the time that the way assemble people could be created conceived. In the Chief’s perspective, you can bypass the “clasp of the Combine” if you can breakout it’s disciple arrangement, and not get arrested. The Chief perceives the capability of the Combine to cut down and shape a man into what it wishes him to be; he even informs McMurphy…

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    found in Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Where society is based on the oppressor, the Combine consistently keeps the people restrained, resulting in conflict among the two. Chief Bromden’s schizophrenic episodes involve the Combine, which symbolizes the machine-like nature of society trying to make everyone conform. According to Chief, “The ward is a factory for the Combine” (Kesey 40), the containment of the damaged parts, which are to be repaired and sent back…

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    deaf and dumb Chief Bromden, and other timid patients are heavily controlled by Nurse Ratched, an authority apart of the powerful and dehumanising combine. Through figurative language, foreshadowing and motifs readers are warned about the influence of societal expectations can have, particularly on a person’s power, sexuality and individuality, and thus Kesey ultimately leads us to question what it means to be human and an accepted member of society. Through the unreliable and delusional…

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    Essay On John Deere

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    Deere. John Deere has become very well-known everywhere in the country. The company also has a reputation that is pretty much the best in the business. John Deere is the company with green and yellow as their company colors. The second top manufacturer is International Harvester. The International Harvester is also known as Case IH or IHC, International Harvester Company. The company has been around for over 100 years. James Deering and Cyrus McCormick established the company in 1902.…

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    NFL Combine Case Study

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    Shelton Gibson has to rank among the fastest wide receivers in West Virginia University history, so when he posted a 4.5 clocking in the 40-yard dash earlier this month at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis something seemed a little off. “A lot of teams were telling me they were glad I posted a 4.5. I was like ‘why?’” Gibson said following West Virginia's pro day Friday morning inside the Caperton Indoor Practice facility. “They said if anybody thinks you run a 4.5 they’re crazy. We’ll get you.” …

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    Conformity In Society

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    people who conform to the norm that are seen as the problem, it is the people who cannot accept the standard. People who are criticized as abnormal are those who question the way of society and are seen as different compared to everyone else. These people become labeled as insane and get attacked and manipulated by the Combine of society. Some people will learn how to overcome the Combine and face the judgement and others will continue to be manipulated and forced out of their will because of…

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    Society exists as a force to oppress people, and punish anyone who does not follow what it wants. The renowned author, Ken Kesey, in his novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest addresses the unethical workings of the Combine. Kesey’s purpose was to illustrate how the Combine affected certain individuals in the society that could not fit their standards. He adopts a sympathetic tone in order to portray the inhumanity that the patients must suffer under the Combine, as well as a rebellious tone to…

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    Ratched’s greatest weakness is something that she tries to limit. The Combine and Nurse Ratched try to emasculate the men on the ward in hopes to make them the homogenous and subordinate. A machine is a genderless piece of equipment that efficiently does what it is programed to do. Nurse Ratched is compared to a robot because she tries to distance herself as much as possible from femininity. Nurse Ratched believes that if she can effectively emasculate the patients she can mold the men into…

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