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    My Stereotypes

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    reason is that the air conditioning is extremely cold most of the time. I have grown more accustomed to wearing jogging pants for the reason is that they keep more heatin. And their very comfortable. So people could possibly associate me with being very Emo, I could care less what they think. Sense I always wear a black jacket with fur lining the inside of it, people could also think that I don't have much fashion sense.…

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    Ok so my favorite type of music is screamo.Some people say that I am gothic,but in reality I am emo not gothic.Well that’s not the point.The point is what type of music I like and what bands I like.Anyways I love screamo music,it’s just so awsome.And about the bands,I love Black Veil Brides,HollyWood Undead,and Bullet for my Valintine.If you haven’t heard them yoi should drop everything,stop what you are doing and look them up.Well not really you can if you want to.So i did some reserch and…

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    how Juliet wants it to be. William Shakespeare uses lightning to explain how the relationship of Romeo and Juliet turns out in the end. They meet and fall in love in seconds and then get married the next day. Then they die, because they were really emo. This shows that their relationship is like the lightning, very quick and sudden, which is not how Juliet wanted…

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    In Leslie Marmon Silko’s novel Ceremony Tayo suffers from PTSD after he serves in a American War. Tayo only decides to sign up for the army because his brother Rocky decides to join, Rocky is later killed in the war right in front of Tayo. Tayo later goes through many different ceremonies and finally comes up with his own in hopes to cure his culture and the world. Tayo rebels with white culture many times when he does these ceremonies after he gets out of the hospital, the white people think…

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    Society does not realize how much music has an impact on children growing up today. It’s an important role in socializing or doing daily tasks and activities. It’s not a proven fact, but without music the world we live in would be boring and dull. Music inspires us and it gives us sense of meaning. The youth of today’s generation relies on music to do so many things. It influences their behavior, forms their identities, and social lives. Today new and upcoming artist have changed the face of…

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    "Ceremony" is a novel about a young man - Tayo's - healing journey, from PTSD and cultural and family conflicts to building a life of wellness, connection, and identity. The novel was written by Leslie Marmon Silko, and she shows the life of a Tayo and his journey after World War II, where he comes back suffering from PTSD and other personal situations like PTSD. Silko does well in showing how natives have young men go on journeys to find peace or something of the nature. She also shows the…

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    Dala Dialectical Journal

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    phone with her left hand, she found it and lazily put it in her left ear. "H-hello" She sluggishly spoke. "Are you just now waking up?" She heard: Cherrie on the other side. (You Better stay on the other side of the road motherfucker. Again with my emo jokes) "No, I've been awake." Dalla sarcastic responses "Well, smart-ass I was gonna bring you home a surprised." When Cherrie says she's gonna bring home a "surprised." she really just gonna bring home a pie or a stick that says 'surprised.' …

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    Most teams have a post game meeting about that night and the day or week after. Like most teams we have a post game dance celebration over the win and the week. After dancing and walking to the locker room, my teammate Jeremy puts on the funniest phase from one the best cartoons from the 1990’s. That best cartoon the one and only Spongebob Squarepants. What we do is the signature victory screech. We started doing the victory screech during the sophomore football season. Two of my teammates and I…

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    because they do not care what others think of them, these are the invisible students. The Breakfast Club displays two characters, Bender and Allison to carry the role of the students who act strange and wild from the rest. Allison is classified as an Emo girl who does not speak much, she wears goth like clothing and heavy black makeup. She makes strange noises and is not easily influenced by people. She is typically the girl nobody wants to be around, and is considered dangerous and…

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    Throughout Leslie Marmon Silko’s work Ceremony, there are many integral themes. The story focuses on Tayo, a World War II veteran, who is traumatized by his experience over the course of the time he spent on the battle front. He views his cousin, Rocky, being killed, and this loss to him wounds him greatly, both physically and mentally. His family idolized Rocky, from Tayo’s point of view, because, I argue, Rocky seemed to be a successful Native American, and Tayo was just not as successful as…

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