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  • A Narrative Essay About A Scary Experience

    to bumper cars,went on a train twice to take it easy and see the areas around it.After we took the easy and calm ride we decided to go on the biggest and terrifying one there shivering timbers.It was made of wood you could see it when you enter the park towering over everything there.Me and my dad went on the ride.Every Time I stepped closer to it I started wanting not to go on the ride.We could hear the thundering rumbles and whooshing of air from the people on it.When we step on to ride it a…

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  • Old Age And Adulthood Analysis

    Journal 5: Adulthood and Old Age Personal: Adulthood and old age, from this session I reflected deeply about my life how I got where I am today. I can describe my experience as being a roller coaster, sometimes I go up and then all of a sudden I am down fallen everyone goes through good/hard moments in his or her life. When hard moments come, everyone will want to wish to go back to the good old times this why I describe life as being a roller coaster. The lifeline exercise we did in class, I…

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  • A Seat On The Bus Analysis

    A Seat on the Bus Power is a central dynamic in the writing of history. It influences the content of this history we know and the way it is delivered. Power dictates what is taught and what is silenced, what is available and what is erased (Martin & Nakayama, 2010). In 1955, the American South was run by strict laws called “Jim Crow”. These state and local laws enforced a system of white supremacy that discriminated against citizens of color in the southern United States. Jim Crow mandated…

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  • The Hypocrisy: The Destruction Of Black Life

    Just imagine that you had a school of all one colored skin and not being able to talk to anyone else besides the color of your skin. Imagine that you are on a bus and have to just sit in the back all the times. Black lives had so many problems with their lives, and having other people telling you what to do all the time. Imagine that if you did something wrong that you might be killed. That's how black lives had to live for most of their time alive. For many years black lives have be treated…

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  • Warner Brothers Research Paper

    The Brothers The brothers Warner had an interest in films since 1903. They were traveling exhibitors, moving throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania with their portable projector their sister Rose found in their attic. By 1907, the brothers had bought and were operating from a converted store in New Castle, Pennsylvania. They named it Cascade Theatre. Albert and Harry were selling tickets, Sam ran the hand-cranked projector, and Jack sang along to Rose’s piano playing during intermissions. Within that…

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  • Civil Disobedience In The Works Of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Beginning at the innocent years of childhood, when the world is seen as an imaginative wonderland, children are showered in lies. Fictional characters, such as Santa Claus, the Easter bunny, and the tooth fairy, are used by parental figures to reinforce naivety. Sure, little white lies like Santa Claus seem minute: however, the lying does not halt there. Many schools’ textbooks exploit students to the altered truth behind America’s patriotic past. Fabricated stories about the bombing of…

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  • Disneyland Argumentative Essay

    At a young age, I didn’t pay attention to my surroundings just the big entertainments like the castle, Mickey Mouse and his friends that are roaming around the theme park. Now, as we are older, we are more aware of the people surrounding us. The amusement park is packed with people in big groups which consists of tourists, people with year around passes, or kids in school field trips. These are the people that are constantly visiting Disneyland. There are multiple…

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  • Comparison Of Socrates And St. Thomas Aquinas Rule Of Law

    1. In 1954, Rosa Parks, a black woman, started the modern civil rights movement when she refused to obey the law that required her to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. Given what you know about Socrates and his arguments about the rule of law (in both the Crito and the Apology) and what you know St. Thomas Aquinas’ theory of law, compare and contrast how each would analyze whether what she did was just St. Thomas Aquinas believed that we should “do good and avoid evil.” I think…

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  • Jurassic Park And Strangers On A Train Analysis

    Creation to Death: A Path of Ethical Decisions The screenplays of Jurassic Park and Strangers on a Train tell the elaborate stories of an usual and abstract reality that many would consider normal. They have many aspects that connect them together, such as ethical and moral obligations, yet also make them diverse and independent of each other, such as their motives and timing behind certain events. Each screenplay is unique in that it is entirely created around an environment developed for…

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  • Personal Narrative: Do You Dare To Ride?

    or how many people have died on a malfunctioning rollercoaster. According to A Pelletier, "Approximately four deaths annually in the United States are associated with roller coaster." For my twentieth birthday, I decided to go to Lagoon Amusement Park with my boyfriend, my best friend, and my best friend's boyfriend. I was extremely excited as it was my first time to Lagoon and I have been wanting to go for years. We had been planning the trip for months now and it was only a few days away. As…

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