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  • Thhrash Unreal Analysis

    On American Boy, London singer Estelle muses about seeing the USA with the boy of her dream. It’s not clear just how great of a fit Kanye West would be romantically to her, but she holds more than her ground in the collaboration, even inviting herself to ad-lib all over his verse. A genuinely fun collaboration, American Boy stood the test of time extremely well. 62. The Shins - New Slang Sometimes, all it takes for a song to become a hit is for Natalie Portman to look at you say say that the track “will change your life”. The folk ballad New Slang definitely changed The Shins’ life, helping the band’s début to sell 500,000 copies. With its light tambourine and dreamy melody, New Slang is the song every 60’s band wishes it would’ve made. It’s also arguably the only song to be licensed to McDonald’s to feature a line about having “dirt in your fries”. 61. TV On The Radio - Staring At The Sun Starting with light acapella harmonies on the Young Liars EP version, Staring At The Sun quickly takes a turn for the darkest with the mammoth fuzz of the bass line kicks in. Add rapid-fire hi-hats and guitar strums and you’ve got the foundation for TV On the Radio’s first - and best - single. A track with the consistency of black mud, Staring At The Sun helped the band inject a sinister vibe to New York’s rock explosion of the early…

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  • The Death Of Addie's As I Lay Dying

    In As I Lay Dying there is the question of whether or not the Burdens are trying to honor each other or trying to betray each other before and after the death of Addie. The characters in the novel are met with many difficult situations in which very difficult decisions must be made. Most often it would appear that the characters try to solve these situations in ways that help themselves the most, rather than the others. However, there are some instances in which their seemingly selfish acts…

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  • The Benefits Of Being A Lawyer

    Being a lawyer takes many steps but you can be a lawyer if you are willing to take the extra step. A lawyer you would be an advocate, advisor, and counselor to the clients you represent. Your job would include counseling clients about legal options and representing them in criminal or civil court proceedings. Lawyers have been around for a long time. Before time attorneys or lawyers would be their own self that they will defend themselves and deal with the problem without any help. For time it…

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  • My Personal Philosophy: My Education And My Philosophy Of Education

    Whenever someone asks me what my major is, I get this euphoric feeling inside of me that cannot wait to explain to them that I get to be a teacher some day. I know that they will ask me why I want to be in school the rest of my life or how I will get by financially, but I will get to look them in the eyes and tell them my story on how it is so much more than that and why I am so in love with the idea of teaching. I strongly believe that teachers have the power to not only change the world, but…

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  • Importance Of A Test Score

    There I was in the kitchen opening up the scores to my ACT. I have been waiting months to see what I got. I thought to myself, all this studying finally paid off. I remember right after we completed the test how well I thought I did, that even though this was my first time taking it, I was going to get a score no less than a thirty. My mother was in the living room reading a magazine, I was in the kitchen about to open the letter. I opened the letter and saw my score. It was a twenty… I…

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  • Salvation Langston Hughes Analysis

    Salvation Salvation is “deliverance from the power and penalty of sin; redemption” (dictionary.com). Many Christians believe this to be true but the definition of salvation can be interpreted differently by others. The narrative story “Salvation” by Langston Hughes, talks about Hughes’ very own experience with Salvation. He was a little boy who believed he was ready to receive Jesus as his Savior, but little did he know he would leave church with doubts about God. The story also points out very…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Night Ride Gone Bad

    Night ride gone bad This summer a normal weekend for me is to go to rocks bottom which is an ATV mud riding park. Well that Saturday started out as any other; me and my friends loaded up the four wheelers and started our weekend day of fun. The thing with this is riding in these parks is a relatively new thing for me I spent most of my years on horses. Now I had been through most of my life getting thrown off horses and kicked at and never once broke a bone. But the thing that gave me my…

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  • Importance Of My Love For Mathematics

    Ever since I was in the second grade I have had a love for math. I knew then that once I got older I would pursue a career associated with math. At that time, I wanted to be a math teacher because I did not have knowledge of many careers, but I loved math and was around teachers all the time. Math came so easy to me and I could do it so fast, and still can. When I got home from school I would act like a math teacher and teach my sister math, even though she is older than me. I had the same…

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  • Narrative Essay About Gambling Addiction

    Never Be Like You Growing up having to move to new places constantly is hard to manage. “It is YOUR fault that we have to move!” yelled my older brother, Franklin, who was 16 years old at the time, as he punched the wall. My father, Benjamin Wang, who was in his early fifties, has a gambling addiction. The gambling addiction started when my mom left to work in Taiwan just so we can pay our bills here in the United States. Unemployed and with no one by his side, my dad is constantly alone at…

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  • Book Review: Me Before You By Jojo Moyes

    Me Before You by Jojo Moyes is a book about love, life and learning to live your life to the fullest and leaves you with many life lessons. Reading this book, will leave you thinking about your life and to always aim to follow your dreams and to never settle for being ordinary. The characters are different, honest and teach you many life lessons. Being Thankful for what you have and appreciate the little things and always have compassion with others. The book relates to human development in…

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