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    The Dark Side Documentary

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    Imagine having your whole family being humiliated on the internet and there is nothing that can be done about it. This scenario in particular happened to a family in the documentary Lo and Behold: Reveries of a Connected World. In the documentary Werner Herzog examines the digital landscape in the world. The scenario of the tragedy that happens in the documentary is explained the section “The Dark Side”. The Dark Side expresses the bad and horrible effects of the internet, which includes cyberbullying that the family faces. While Herzog’s documentary does not primarily focus on ‘The Dark Side’ section alone, it’s the most important because it can drastically change the lives of many horrendous ways. During the section ‘The Dark Section’ a family’s life was changed forever. The daughter of the family had been faced with psychotic challenges, and so one day she decided to steal her father’s car in fear of going to the doctor and ran away. Following the daughter stealing the car it resulted her being in a fatal car accident, which lead her head to almost be decapitated. While…

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    really meant. If someone is lying, looking a person in they eye will allow to to see right through them. If a person is hurt, sad, or even heart broken, all you have to do is make eye contact to know what they are feeling. The same is for people who are are in love, happy, and glad. The eyes show and see all. But this is only a small part of what I can see when I look someone in the eyes. In the distance, thunder echoed, causing people to look around in concern for rain. Dark clouds over…

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    and grimy body. His dark grey shirt (which used to be white) was tattered and shredded mainly where his heart should be. Most would have taken pity on the unfortunate wretch thinking him a transient, but I knew differently, I was filled with supreme repugnance at first sight. Even from the end of the path, I could see his cruel, disturbing smile in a permanent sinister snarl. Sunken, milky white eyes stared with mindless menace into mine. The loathsome creature started towards me like a…

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    artistic ornament” (Aristotle section VI). Shakespeare could’ve just written straight to the point but he wanted the audience and the reader to have a more descriptive image of what was happening and connect with them emotionally. In this paper we were asked to focus on one of the specific topics and the topic I want to focus on the most is dark and light imagery.…

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    to grow up and someday be the same type of awful human being that Papi was would be an even worse fate. As Yunior recounts the story of this party with his family, the reader definitely cringes at least once at Papi’s character. The adults are having a seemingly casual conversation about pop culture when someone mentions Maria Montez. Instantly Papi gets worked up, over a movie star. The idea that Yunior could also be so easily angered someday in the future, the idea that there could…

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    In the play “The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus” by Christopher Marlowe, the protagonist Faustus becomes infatuated with the idea of selling his soul to Lucifer in order to become very wise and magician like. Through this ordeal, he is accompanied by Mephastophilis who grants his desire of becoming a great individual. It could be assumed that Faustus had an experience that possibly occurred prior to the commencement of the play, given that he is incognizant but much full of himself. It is…

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    websites allows every day users to stay in contact with family, long lost friends, conduct business, and sometimes attend online school. Some of these websites include Facebook, twitter, and YouTube People tend to accesses these websites through search engine like Bing, Google, and yahoo, which only covers 3% of the of the world wide web. The other 97% of the web is known as The Dark Web. The dark web is a great way to find valuable information, Because It help people with the kind of answers…

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    Dark Side Leadership Style

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    teams with the needed skills to successfully negotiate the status hierarchy of a large bureaucratic organization. The leader who embedded its leadership on his team is the most valuable asset of the company. Innovation and learning are the most crucial aspects for achieving competitive organizational performance. Learning is a culture in an organization where employees consciously develop their capacity to create desired results and constantly learning to achieve the organization’s objectives…

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    Hamlet Dark Side Of Death

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    Hamlet appears to have a dark side, often focusing on death, and this becomes evident during the play through his conversations. In a famous soliloquy, spoken as he is waiting to reveal Claudius actually murdered his father, Hamlet laments, “To be or not to be, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them.” (CITATION NEEDEDAct 3 scene 1 lines 56-60). With these…

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    The Dark Side of Deforestation Did you know that 80% of the world’s known plants and animals live in forests and are steadily losing their habitats to deforestation? Deforestation happens for a number of reasons and causes biodiversity to decline. As biodiversity declines, animals are dying and relocating because their ecosystem is becoming unstable. Some of the species in forests are unidentified species, others vast webs of plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria. Deforestation causes many…

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