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    Drug Lord Pablo Escobar

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    Pablo Escobar was a Colombian drug lord and leader of one of the fiercest structures ever put together. Pablo came from a family with limited means. He lived with both his parents, his father was a farmer, and his mother was teacher. As a child, Escobar started out as a small-time thief. Sandblasting tombstones and reselling them, later he started stealing cars. This is when he got his start in trafficking illegal drugs. His first arrest was at the age of 26 for possession of cocaine, he never did any time. Because the arresting officer came up missing and no other court would hear the case because of threats (Levinthal, C.F., 2012). In the 1970’s a drug lord by the name of Fabio Restrepo was murdered, and it was said the hit came from Escobar.…

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    Wisdom essential for the members of the LDS faith?” As the world and society continue to change, many things are becoming socially acceptable and not as taboo as they once were. Drugs, alcohol, and coffee seem to be taking over the world. It is easy to look at the benefits of things that we are told to stay away from and overlook the blessings and benefits…

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    Essay On Narcos

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    The TV show Narcos depicts the bibliography of the famous drug lord Pablo Escobar, his political growth in Columbia and the interception of his drug development by two Dea agents named Javier Pena, Steve murphy and other Columbia police officers. The TV show Narcos takes place in Bogotá. Columbia in 1989, most of the events are true however, the producers attach fictional events to create a more dramatic plot. Episode 3 portrays the chaos that took place in Columbia a period of time where drugs…

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    Feudalism, England’s alternative to a government during the Middle Ages, played a significant role in the age of war and monarchs, and in some ways continues to have a role in today’s government. The workings of feudalism are simple. A king, or lord, gives land, also known as fiefs, ownership to nobles, also known as vassals, and in return for the king’s overall protection, the vassals would be responsible for providing their support and defense in the form of knights. In reciprocation for their…

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    David starts out by saying, “Trust in the LORD, and do good; so, you will live in the land, and enjoy security. Take delight in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart.” (Psalms 37:4-5). God doesn’t want anyone to struggle and worry. God wants us to trust that the Lord will always be there to guide us out of obstacles that may arise in life. Later throughout Psalm 37, God changes to being presumptuous because the Lord does know all. Verses 12 and 13 states, “The wicked plot…

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    He explains when he first entered the culinary world, it was a mix of drugs, sex, and food. Saying that everything he explains in this book will most likely get him fired but he didn't care. He needed to explain what the restaurant industry is because he loved it for everything it was. In one of the first jobs he had, he was a dishwasher and he explained that everyone who worked there was exchanged drugs and money. And that even one day when they were hosting a wedding reception the bride and…

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    In the times of the Middle Ages, there was a very prominent social structure set into place. The Middle Ages had people such as; Kings, Lords, Nobles, Knights and, Peasants. During this time period, there was a Feudal system in place. This system meant that if someone like a peasant worked for a lord or the King, they would be rewarded with land. This system kept everyone satisfied. To be a knight meant that you were to fight, protect and work for the Lords of an area. Since the knights…

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    What are the key features of a feuded society? Why is this important to know today? Feudal society What is feudal society? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary (2016) "the system of political organization prevailing in Europe from the 9th to about the 15th centuries having as its basis the relation of lord to vassal with all land held in fee and as chief characteristics homage, the service of tenants under arms and in court, wardship, and forfeiture" Image source:pyramid of feudal…

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    When we think of “Medieval England” we think about guys in armor suits, royalty ruling cruelly over their land and servants, and among other things, farms. However, medieval England- and medieval europe for that matter -isn’t that far from our own society today. We actually inherit many of the things that were created in the medieval times, such as the basic structure of land tenure that we now see as renting. Society in the Middle Ages may appear to be much different than ours today, but in…

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    This oath was known as homage, in the homage oath the knight promised loyalty and military/protection to the lord, this was the base of the oath (Biel 9). Military service was basic to feudalism, but the vassal owed much more to his lord. The lord expected his vassals to aid him financially if it was required, the lord presumed that the vassals would attend court, and participate in decisions concerning other vassals. Furthermore, vassals also gave money payments known as scutage or shield…

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