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    was building houses to shelter poor people and providing them with food from his garden. Edward Smith was an African man who lived near the border of Pennsylvania with his family. Due to the lack of food and poor conditions, Edward chopped down trees to supply heat in their home and grew crops in the remaining area to have enough food for his family. Despite Edward’s small, short, and flabby body, he had an…

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    *In another scene of the movie, the managing director, Bruce Ismay, wanted the ship to go as fast as possible; in trying to convince Edward Smith, the captain, to use all of the boilers he told the captain that he should “...retire with a bang (Bruce Ismay Titanic).” Edward reluctantly gave orders to use the last four boilers as well. *There were several people mentioned in the movie such as, Lucy Noel Martha, John Jacob Astor, and Benjamin Guggenheim that were actual passengers on the Titanic.…

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    loss of 1500 people. The Titanic’s captain, Captain Edward J. Smith, played a bewildering role in this catastrophe. Smith was an experienced seaman. He was considered a rational choice for his post. But on that day he acted quite strangely. It began with the way he navigated the ship, then the ship's unusually high speed, followed by his odd way of asking for help, and it all ended with a rescue plan announced by him at the last minute. For such an expirenced seaman, such weird pattern of…

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    afloat with 4 compartments filled with water. 3. Because of these watertight compartments the Titanic was deemed and believed to be unsinkable. Transition: Now, I am going to discuss the warnings the Titanic received the day of the tragedy that were ignored and caused the Titanic to strike an iceberg. II. According to an article by Ed Darack called “Titanic’s mirage: a new perspective on one of histories greatest mysteries”, The Titanic struck an iceberg four day into her journey to the…

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    Even though people said the Titanic was unsinkable, it still sunk. The Titanic had about 2,208 people on board and 1,503 people died. When the Titanic was sinking 28 people got on a lifeboat and 63 could have fit on. The next morning 300 and more dead bodies were pulled out of the sea the next morning after the titanic sunk. Some people say the captain was turning and accidentally swiped against an iceberg and got hit and some other people say the captain got drunk and wasn't paying attention…

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    To whom it may concern, Between the 1900’s and the 2000’s, about 90 major disasters happened. About 50 classified as natural, 20 manmade, and 30 as not classified. How would you feel if you lost your family in a disaster that is not really classified but you know that it was definitely manmade. Not sure what you mean about the numbers here? In April 15,1912, a disaster was reported of a ship that sank. This ship was called the Titanic which was a Royal Mail Ship from Britain. Many people…

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    When a disaster happens different people have different experiences and perceptions on how it happened in “A Night to Remember” we are introduced into different perceptions of the titanic hitting an iceberg. This a story about the sinking of the titanic. The author use different perceptions of the incident to give more depth to the feeling the passengers had when they hit something The author did this to make a broader explanation of how it felt when the titanic struck the iceberg. One of…

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    Edward Smith Job Interview

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    For this assignment, I chose to interview Edward Smith. He is an attorney for the nation-wide law firm and is based out of Los Angeles, California. His specialties include over twenty-five years experience in complex litigation and multi-million dollar real estate deals. He graduated from the University of Colorado and the Doctor program from Hastings College. He has worked for a few different law firms since his graduation and was previously a partner in the firm based out of Pasadena,…

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    Perry Edwards Smith is one of the murders of the clutter family. Smith believes that he is highly intelligent and is also artistic, and wishes that he could be educated. Smith is a short man with a large torso and small legs. Smith also injured his legs in a motorcycle accident. Richard Eugene Hitkock also murders the clutter family along with Smith. Hitkock has been married twice and has been to jail before, for passing bad checks. His persona gives confidence and cruelty, when in reality he…

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    Richard (Dick) Hickock and Perry Edward Smith, the cold blooded killers of the Clutter family in In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. When you describe them like that, they seem one and the same, they’re murderers. But, there is way more to them as people than just that, they are similar and they are very different. Dick and Perry are character foils, although they possess a few similar characteristics and experiences. Both men met in jail for petty crimes (Dick for bad checks and petty theft, and…

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