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    Foreclosure Crisis Essay

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    During the Foreclosure Crisis several years ago, my community was hit hard. I never thought I would see homes in my neighborhood being foreclosed. It was unbelievable. I was in middle school and high school when this was going on and heard my parents discussing this many times. I look back and think there were things that could have been done to prevent this from being a nation-wide disaster. I believe that there are things that can be done to minimize the effect of a foreclosure crisis again if we can identify it early and put in policies that will help families keep their homes and continue to make progress. I also believe that there could be government funded programs that could have put people to work to help this. First, I think it’s important for families to stay in their homes. I saw friends that had to move out of their home and rent other homes because they could not pay their mortgage. In the mean time, their home sat empty with a leaking roof and backed up ice and water that damaged ceilings and walls This could have been prevented if they were living in that house. I think that if the bank/mortgage company were able to provide a government funded subsidy program that allowed the home owners to pay a smaller amount of their mortgage while they looked for a new job it would allow the family to stay in the home and continue to pay off the mortgage even though it is at a slower pace. For my friend, this would have meant they were able to stay in their home…

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    The case arguments for this case where that the plaintiffs and their company did not have full standing of “customers” of the bank therefore were not able to have equitable standing to file suit against the defendant. The term customers defined as a person having a relationship with the bank or individual that a bank has a relationship with to maintain other accounts. Under this terminology, the defendants filed a motion for summary judgment stating the plaintiffs did not have standing as they…

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    What’s a stereotype? A stereotype is to believe unfairly that all people or things with a particular characteristic are the same. It’s a bad trait that most human beings have and do every day without even noticing. We tend to “Judge a book by its cover.” But you never know what could be in that book, may it just be a clear white cover with just the authors name, or a colorful active cover, that seems more appealing. It’s all about the material inside, that we wouldn’t know what that material is…

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    Love can make us do crazy things. It can take us on life changing journeys, sometimes even journeys that take us across the world. Love can sometimes weigh us down, if it isn’t good for us or returned to us. It can hinder our judgements or even alter our beliefs altogether. But in the end we must decide if love is worth the ups and downs. Whether we should put ourselves, our very hearts, on the line in the hopes of finding a love that will endure a lifetime. In this paper I will explain the…

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    I am clinically considered overweight/obese. Not by a considerable amount, mind you. Just enough where it labels who I am as a person. People wonder why others become obese. It isn’t some goal people have. It is not by accident either. People have life style choices. And that is what they are. Choices. You can choose what you are, how you look, how you dress. Your body is a canvas and it is up to you to paint it how you please. I can choose to go to the gym and eat healthy. Has anyone asked why…

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    was found early in the course when we discussed Ordinary Grace. One example of judgement found in this book was between races, Native Americans and Whites. In this example Frank had a negative impression of Warren Redstone. Later in the semester we discussed the novel The Chosen. Quick judgement based off religious beliefs had a large impact on how the story panned out. The different religious traditions tore apart the Orthodox Jews and the Hasidic Jews. In this novel we witness two boys hating…

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    this point is not supported strongly enough. She claims that there should be no judging of bodily features, and I have mixed feelings about it. I am neither for or against it. On one hand, I agree that often times as humans we can be excessively judgmental. On the other hand, I still insist that sometimes people should be judged based on their appearance. The truth is that in everything or everyone there is a bias. And it is with the bias that we pass judgment. No one can say that they are…

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    Great Gatsby Questions

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    Is it right for others to question your dreams? To me the answer is no, however, I don’t think there is a right or wrong answer to this question because everyone has a different point of view of almost everything. The book The Great Gatsby, which was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a American style novel describing a millionaire also faces many judgments from others, characters in this book clearly performed how the society is, hates, love, jealousy, having doubts, and somehow can reflect…

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    When making our first impression of others, people tend to put an abundance of focus onto traits that should not matter. We often let our judgements of people we happen to be unfamiliar with become our reality. I chose a text of a picture of six trees showing their reflections into a body of water they surround. Each tree had its own unique features, however their reflections into the water were similar. This painting displays the concept that no matter how different people seem, they are still…

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    First Assumption Socrates

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    According to Socrates, one can make a judgment about all of Theodorus’s physical attributes, such as the fact that Theodorus has two eyes, a nose, legs, etc., but this does not distinguish Theodorus from other people that share the same physical attributes. Thus, in order to separate Theodorus from the rest of the people that share the same attributes, one must be able to distinguish what it is that differentiates Theodorus from the rest of the people that share the same physical attributes.…

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