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    Dwayne Johnson Biography

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    Dwayne “ The Rock” Johnson Dwayne “ The Rock” Johnson is a famous action movie star and a professional wwe wrestler. After he performs on live tv shows and he acts on movies like Fast and Furious, Hercules, and Tooth Fairy. One way the Rock also known as Dwayne Johnson influences me, is that he shows others to keep your head up and there is always a point where someone wanted to give up but he always says don’t give up. I respect the “Rock” because he left the wwe in wrestlemania 29 after he wrestled John Cena for the world heavyweight championship. Also why I respect him because there is some movies he didn’t want to act because he “ torn adductor and torn abdominal muscle and it kept him out of wwe and acting Dilbert Ryan.” Some people…

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    example of a successful person that I can think of is Dwayne Johnson. Most of the world knows him as an ex wrestling champion and currently famous Hollywood actor. In my opinion, he is very a very humble and loving human being and poses the ideal characteristics to becoming a successful figure. This short text will describe his life and implement the use of the…

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    Dwayne Johnson

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    “The Rock” … was born to be a spectacular wrestler and actor. Dwayne Douglas Johnson made his first appearance on this day, May 2nd in 1972. He would be an only child. If you didn't know, his father, Rocky Johnson, was a wrestler and so was his grandfather, Peter “High Chief” Fanene Maivia. Needless to say, the game was not new to him, but he didn't think that he'd one day be in it. Actually, “The Rock” preferred to play ball and so he did, but there is a profound story behind the decision…

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    A well-known public figure that I would like to talk about is Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson. Even though he is well-known, and one of the highest paid actors around, he didn’t always have it as easy as he has it now. There are several instances in his life that could have defined him and had negative consequences that would affect who he is now. Dwayne Johnson’s family moved around a lot during his childhood, following his father’s job as a pro wrestler, and at age 14 his family relocated to Hawaii…

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    provided was true since he is currently running as a presidential candidate. He has numerous followers who believed that the information he provided was accurate, which provoked the public and news. In other scenarios, people would share it because they had thought it was funny, not knowing that others would think or feel about the information provided. Information posted on Facebook should be double checked if the information provided is accurate enough to pass on and share with many…

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    Separating Neat Breath: Autoethnography Water-Polo The strongest feeling any water-polo player feels about their love and passion for the game is sportsmanship and the closeness of the team. Through the smell of chlorine. The echoing chants. Cheers and splashing making the player feel and fully realize that they are in a water-polo game. Coaches distantly yelling from both sides of the pool “It’s not over yet, keep pushing.”. The strong humid air surrounding you heating you up until near…

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    In 2008, Douglas watched Shawn Johnson perform her beam routine and was stunned by her performance. When the scoreboard showed Shawn’s name as the number one spot on beam, her and her coach, Liang Chow, hugged each other with so much warmth and joy. At that exact moment Douglas fell in love with Liang Chow and wanted him to be her coach. Douglas then states, “But I could feel it in my bones. Chow was the one” (95). Two years later in July 2010 Douglas was informed that Chow would be coming all…

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    Speech On Hockey

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    In the heart of the Cold War, tensions were building between the Soviet Union and the United States. The war had wrapped its chains around both countries leaving many citizens with one simple question: What is going to happen to us? With morale at an all time low due to the turmoil and division inside and outside our borders, we were in desperate need of a miracle to bring our nation back together. This miracle came in on February 22, 1980 at the Lake Placid Olympic Games in New York City. A…

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    Championship Team In fall 2011 I played basketball for my father’s friend team. Our team name was the wizards. We played all over the city, sometimes we would play out of town but mostly in St. Louis. Our season was coming to an end, but not before playoffs. Like college basketball in march madness if you lose a game, you are eliminated. We were a great team so we advanced through the first few rounds pretty easily. But our last three games were all difficult. Our first difficult game was…

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    Basketball Game The cold and freezing morning started our day to the basketball game. The team all in warm coats and fur hats. They hopped on the bus getting ready to go to Cosaco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. On the way to the game we stopped because there was construction. All I could see was men in yellow hardhats and orange jackets walking and working hard . When we got past the construction we were on our way to the game. When we pulled in the fans all in warm…

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