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    Giants Ridge Observations

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    carpet there's a belt driven conveyor that carries you up the hill. At the beginning of the conveyor there are three signs that say, leave ski poles here, do not move around on the lift because you may fall, then the lift operator has to stop the lift help that person up and restart. With that everyone else that's on that lift is waiting because one kid didn’t follow the rules. The third sign says that all snowboarders…

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    (Suncor U2 Cokepit) August 2014 – February 2016 Millwright Apprentice/Lead Hand (Fort McMurray, Alberta)  Ensuring a safe & injury-free work environment by operating various tools, equipment, and machinery in an efficient manner  Maintaining and servicing equipment & tools to ensure there is 'zero ' downtime on the job  Completing a full range of duties that includes: providing various services and mechanical maintenance on petroleum coke crusher/plant and numerous belt conveyors also…

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    Christa Wichterich’s first chapter, entitled “The Global Conveyor-belt” from her book The Globalized Woman: Reports from a Future of Inequality discussed the use of women in the globalized workforce, specifically in sweatshops overseas, where women are the number one physical manufacturers of “textiles, leather and foodstuffs, the production of toys, electronic goods and pharmaceuticals” (Wichterich 2). She talks about major companies and their inclination to move around and do whatever they…

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    boyfriend, Bob, “Man, we got to take this kid with us. You need to school him about some things” (23). Burres truly cared about McCandless and his wellbeing since she had an estranged son of her own. It is evident that she wanted the best for McCandless considering she took him into her own home without knowing who he was or what problems he might have had. Another individual to have an effect on McCandless was Ronald Franz. Ronald Franz was an accomplished leatherworker (37). He taught…

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    The Analysis of the Three Poems “My Papa’s Waltz”, “My Father’s Hats” and “Those Winter Sundays” are poems which are real exciting and express the love of fathers towards their kids. In these poems they describe to us the friendship between children and their fathers. The poem “My Papa’s Waltz” explains how a young boy was dancing waltz music with his drunken father. The young son appeared to enjoy having fun with his father while dancing despite the fact that he kept on chafing his ear on his…

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    Did you know that in 2011 the largest B.A.S.S. tournament prize went to seven-time Bassmaster champion Kevin VanDamm, who won $500,000 in the Bassmaster classic. It was the largest tournament prize ever given in fishing! Professional Bass fishing is an amazing sport and occupation for many reasons. It pays very well and the anglers get to travel a lot. The fisherman are doing what they love! The winner of the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray won $300,000, just the winner of each tournament…

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    Over 40% of suicide bombers are female and come from all over the world (Pape). The most common areas where suicide bombers are present are Russia, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. That isn’t to say that bombers aren’t in other places because they certainly are. These are just the most common areas. Suicide bombers can be anywhere for any reason. Since suicide bombers are no longer living they can’t be asked as to what their motives were. However, countless people speculate as to what…

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    representation of a man's family holding on to him because he fastening his safety belt before driving off is a simple, beautiful way of saying a lot without voicing a single word. Right there in the spot you see his wife and child; all the reason in the world to click the buckle into the latch. Since launch in January 2010, the advertisement quickly became a worldwide reach, rally over 11.8million views on YouTube within months. It was created to raise consciousness of the importance of wearing…

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    Seat Belts Save Lives

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    There are multiple ways that a seatbelt can help save the lives of those involved in a motor vehicle crash. Firstly and possibly most importantly, the seat belt keeps the passenger's and driver's inside the vehicle. This means that it prevents them from being ejected, and automatically multiplies their chance of survival by 4. Secondly, the seat belt protects two vital parts of your body: the brain, and the spinal cord. This is important because an injury to either the brain or the spinal cord…

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    Drivers’ safety is very important. Seatbelts might seem like a simple part of a car, but in reality it is more complicated. When you are behind the wheel your actions will affect and harm not only you but also other passengers in the car and moreover, anyone else who is on the road nears you. By wearing seatbelts you reduce your risk of death or serious injury, therefore seatbelts have many benefits. First of all, seat belts are made for protection of drivers and passengers during collisions. It…

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