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    On the day of Friday October 21st, 2016, at the scene of Mays Landing Court House inside the Criminal Division court room, the Honorable Judge Damon G. Tyner, JSC presided. Throughout the day Judge Tyner observed both sentencing as well as motion cases. Before arriving to the court house I reflected on my expectations; I was expecting to see this large courtroom with ten to twelve rows and massive windows. I expected to hear no talking while the Judge spoke, I also expected most to be dressed…

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    worth shit in John’s opinion but it did offer cheap dive bars always hiring blow-ins. John only ever stayed in one place for three months, staying any longer would cause him to feel stagnant, he never really hung around for long, Imperial would…

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    Breaking the Mold Jazz music in the 1950’s typically consisted of smooth, melodic lines, and compositions in 4/4, and in some cases, 3/4 rhythm, which made it easy for listeners to dance along to, therefore boosting the popularity of the particular band. Dave Brubeck went against this commonality, and created music that he enjoyed playing, rather than composing songs that fit into the standardized “jazz mold.” This decade introduced some immensely talented jazz musicians with the innovative…

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    3 Doors Down, Mumford and Sons, Eminem, Foo Fighters, and Blues are the bands and styles of music that are always on shuffle in my playlist. I enjoy a variety of music genres but not all. The goal of this music ethnography was to get me out of my comfort zone. So when I heard about a “Screamo” concert, I knew it was the one for me. I enjoy Classic Rock, and some Heavy Metal, but not this genre. Straight Outta Hell tour was coming to Greensboro, so that is where I went. Stright Outta Hell tour…

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    the room was separated into theater style seating. The chairs were made from wood, but also medal support so that the chairs could not be moved, making them a fixed feature. There was a wooden gate also known as the bar separating the publics side from the actual court settings. The bar also served as a fixed feature. On the other side of the wooden gate there was two rectangle tables with two chairs that face north, towards the front of the room, the same direction that the theater seating…

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    Becoming A Bartender

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    You can bartend at a Sports Bar, at a Restaurant that serves alcohol, at a club (VFW, Moose Lodge, etc.), hotels, or casinos. If you are already a barback or cocktail waitress, you can ask your supervisor about becoming an extra bartender with the company. You can also go out on…

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    In With the New I was trying to find something on the menu the menu that I can eat. I got the so called “Vegetarian Platter”.It involved the weirdest food I’ve ever eaten. I was extremely disappointed with what I got. I had a Burrito topped with mexican cheese stuffed with steamed broccoli and carrots, which had to be the most unappetizing dish I ever had. The carrots and broccoli weren’t seasoned and there weren’t any beans for protein.They made the assumption that most people make…

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    JEWELLERY TO TRADED COMMODITY -Pankaj Pandey Introduction This article aims to explain the evolution of Gold as a medium of trade and how, over the time, Gold has changed its image as mere jewellery item to a commodity that can be traded. This article also explores both global as well as regional factors that affect the demand and supply of gold thereby affecting its prices. We also explore how gold has traversed its journey from jewellery shop to being the most traded commodity with maximum…

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    Hale's Hollow Narrative

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    mind about going in, but hunger and thirst won out. There were only a few people in the bar. Two men to the right of the door,…

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    The Late Fowl Analysis

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    tired yellow imitation of gold lettering. There would be glazed windows and a few neon signs, most an advertisement for beer brands besides the one that said “OPE.” The “N” hasn’t lit up for some time, and will most likely remain in this state for just as long. Beyond the glass would lie a great deal of dimly lit wood. Wooden stools, wooden booths, a wooden floor, and, most importantly, a wooden bar, as that was what The Late Fowl is. A bar. A cheap, familiar dive bar. It’d be either…

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