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    When you think about black fingernails, skinny jeans, and platform boots the image of Marilyn Manson fans in Hot Topic comes to mind, but if you have been paying attention to the underground cloud rap scene, then the likes of Lil Peep, Lil Tracy, and Black Kray or maybe even weirdclvn crossed your mind. Coming from the leaned out realm of hi-hats layered over distorted samples ranging from Bleach to Linkin Park, the goth rap aesthetic has been adopted by different artists in different forms and…

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    exterior they characterize Jim as a big and tough person. However, when taken off, Jim feet where skinny and blue, somewhat fragile. This was opposing his tough personality he tried to portray. The boots also represent people who categorize this self as emo. Emo people are people who think of the world in a negative approach, this definitely fits in the personality of Jim. The significance about the black boots is the only ounce of care he has towards something was the boots and when they were…

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    During the first third of the book I was half expecting Jane to commit suicide. She was extremely pessimistic and when coupled with Bronte liking to describe things in a lot of detail, this led to very long sections of book where it felt like reading an emo-middle schooler’s diary. Her story starts in Mrs. Reed’s house where the reader learns that she is an orphan and the woman who promised to take care of her is doing a subpar job. The lack of a parental figure is one of the biggest things that…

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    Nonconformism Analysis

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    Trend. Fad. Blind leading the blind. Mainstream. A lot of names that mean one thing: conformity. Many people, including myself, aim to go against and question these ideals. These people in our society are usually titled nonconformists. The nonconformists that I see are just obsessed with being apart from the norm and tend to question and criticize anything popular and counteract it. I’ve also noticed they admire other people’s individuality or style and try to model it for themselves, because…

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    Grainger Street Monologue

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    away they look a lot alike. Claiming to be half spanish Dom is known for his famous Facebook pout and his way with the ladies. (Or more like his way of harassing every lady he sees.) Walking with them is also Steven, a 5”3 something bearded man with emo traits. Being the youngest of the group he is also the most immature. Then there is skinny jack and fat jack. Their nicknames tells you everything you need to know. Fat jack called me a swedish bitch once, i can’t say i was happy about that. I…

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    The common book, Orphan Train written by Christina Baker Kline, not only brought a realistic feature to the novel, but also made the story a touching and perspective changing one. Kline’s insisted on basing the book on real life occurrences and stories from people who experienced the orphan train first hand. By interviewing those who lived through the events first hand, Kline successfully made the book as real and true as possible. Vivian’s past allowed her to have a deep connection with Molly,…

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    friends to date, April, who is also one of my pictures. I met her through the church when the pair of us were moved into the Youth Group in middle school and instantly connected. In a lot of ways, I consider us opposites. In middle school she was a soft “emo/goth” who dyed her hair and fussed over makeup and I was her socially awkward but bubbly compatriot who had not yet learned the art of regular hygienic practices. She externally flirted with darkness while internally being a rather benign…

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    Lilith’s POV I woke up to the stinging sensation on my cheek, I open my eyes and see my roommate standing over me. That bitch slapped me. “The fuck?! Why did you slap me Bree?” i said sitting up from my cozy bed. “Because your a emo freak and i don't want you in here when Julie and Jessy come here.” (Sorry if your name is Julie, Jessy, or Bree. i'm not implying anyone with that name is a total bitch) I rolled her eyes and got out of bed and grabbed my clothes for a shower and went to the…

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    Essay On Farley Diary

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    Farley.Session1.Journal I use to look at teenagers dressed in all black or “Emo”, with blue or green colored hair, scars on their arm from cutting or other forms of self-harm or was listing to screaming music as teens that were just out of control. I see them as a threat to the public’s safety. I was very uneducated. My oldest daughter was having problems with her dad. They had a very disconnected relationship. To say the very least it was far from being healthy for either one of them. It…

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    Music has many effects on the brain. The brain’s ability to absorb and make sense of music is very complex. Regardless of musical style, when music is listened to the brain activates the regions that are involved with movement, memory, planning, and attention- which means that sound isn’t processed with ease. Music is more meaningful to it than any other sound due to it being organized, repetitive, and harmonious. Various types of music have diverse effects on the brain: classical music…

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