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    It was 1997(2005) in Ethiopia, and I was about 9 or 10 at time, still naive to the world at large. It began as a typical school day, but then as my classmates and I were on our lunch break, we started to hear a man shout “Taxi, taxi, taxi!” just outside of our school. It seemed peculiar to us as to why that strange man was shouting. To the students and faculty in my school building, this man seemed deranged. One of my friends joked “we should probably go back to class before we end up like this Guy.” Suddenly, another dozen people were running in the man’s direction shouting “leave the city.” As my classmates and I we were assessing the situation, we heard loud bangs similar to the AK 47s that police and military personnel were issued in Ethiopia. One of my close friends at the time suggested that we should all start running toward the main business office right across from our school, though we soon realized that would’ve been a bad idea since my school was protected by guards. So we waited. After the longest 3 minutes of my life, my school began releasing students. Once again we all heard loud pops. Everyone in Ethiopia knew that it was a month of political conflict finally erupting in anger and madness. As I ran from the school property, I witnessed an uproarious explosion causing thick black smoke to filtrate the surroundings of the school. It was at that moment I realized it was a riot. Most of the students were fortunate enough to have parents that worked near the…

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    This passage is imagery because it vividly describes the scene. Throughout the passage, Salarino paints the picture of the fear that would occur if his well-being depended on a ship in a detailed manner. For example, the last four lines of the passage describe a ship being destroyed by rocks and spilling the cargo into the ocean. Using words such as “dangerous rocks” and “roaring waters”, Salarino employs terms that create visual images and sounds within audience’s imagination. By effectively…

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    Customer Focus For the last four years I have been working in busy customer service roles. I am required to determine customer needs and provide solutions. For example, as a HR advisor, I would continually attend to front counter relations, often providing continuous help to member of the community that would be looking for work. AS a result, this ensures correct data entry and highly efficient job seeker registrations. I am passionate and committed to providing excellent customer service and…

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    representation of the movement gives non-supporters the idea that all Black Lives Matter advocates are violent individuals who are approaching social justice childishly. Considering this, if those who are true supporters of the movement seek community and social change, they must be extra cognizant that their protests are not seen as violent or harmful to witnesses or bystanders. If those who are in collaboration with the leaders of the movement can focus on creating protests that are relevant…

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    Social Problem: Mass Shooting One of the problem that has been occurring in the 21st century was the increase of the mass shooting that has been occurring worldwide. This is known to be one of the major social problem that the world is currently facing right now. This social problem gave many people an insight of the hatred that has been occurring in the world. This social problem is linked to many of the suffering and pain that majority of the world is still facing. To solve the…

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    Audience Engagement in Macbeth Tragedies such as Macbeth have engaged and fascinated audiences for centuries. Shakespeare’s famous tragedy Macbeth depicts the ill-fated journey of Macbeth, a brave and loyal soldier, who murders several innocent people to become King, and is soon after killed himself. The play engages the audience, which is defined as “occupying and maintaining the interest or attention of the audience. Through the use of characterisation, narrative structure and figurative…

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    Families 50 Years Ago

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    The meanings of a family today and a family in the past are a long way from comparable. The definitions may have a few similitudes yet they have changed significantly in numerous more ways. 50 years back, families had decides that were stricter and families were closer in the feeling of a relationship. Albeit a few families today are more far off from one another and have fewer guidelines to look after request, there are still some that keep up the same styles of the families 50 years back.…

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    Moonrise Kingdom Analysis

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    While best known for his distinct use of specific shots in his cinematography, Wes Anderson pays more attention to elements of the set design and placement of the characters on screen in his 2012 film Moonrise Kingdom. The film tells the story of two twelve year olds running away together and being searched for by their respective guardians, a Captain Sharp, and a troop of Khaki Scouts. While in most of his films Anderson does give some attention to elements of the mise-en-scene, in Moonrise…

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    The NFL Protest

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    President Trump involved, who basically said that “he wished that NFL players would be fired for kneeling during the national anthem”. Now, the controversial topic has a lot of media attention. Sports fans and citizens everywhere have mixed emotions. Some agree with the protest while others disagree with how it is playing out. (Clark Mindock) Different social institutions are spreading this news story country-wide. The NFL was the first to start the kneeling protest. This then got media and…

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    One problem with his plan was that Feynman was worried about embarrassing himself by doing the demonstration, because he felt, “that would be gauche”(332). He then thought about Luis Alvarez and R.W. Wood, two successful physicists he admired for their boldness and sense of humor. The inspiration he drew from the courageous physicists in order to disregard what others thought of him and go on with the demonstration parallels when Arlene would tell him, “What do you care what other people…

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