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    Best Dive Bar Essay

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    Dive bars are broadly defined as a shabby and disreputable establishment—essentially the lowest of quality drinking establishments. Though there are numerous guides to Boston’s “best dive bars,” this complicates the definition of what exactly constitutes what makes a bar a “dive”. If a dive bar is always shabby and seedy, is it possible to be “the best” in being the worst? If so, would the award for the best dive bar actually go to the worst? Many of these common standards that define a dive…

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    Rhapsody at Chimbiya (Drama) Breaks squeaked and the engine boomed announcing its arrival at Chimbiya bar. Suspicious four faces alighted from the machine without number plates and entered the bar. “Barman, give us four beers,” one of the four men with a scar above his right eye and slightly shorter shouted. Make sure the beers are cold added another of the group After an hour, the bar was full of patrons. Call me, Bonzo; the man with the scar told the bartender. And that man with a…

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    Kilroy Sports Bar Essay

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    As one of the top 50 sports bars***CITE*** in the US, Kilroy’s Sports Bar has established a strong brand presence in the Bloomington community, and a strong image in the eye’s of the community. They have continually put in effort to distinguish themselves on promotion, and service among other Bloomington bars. Their promotion, “$3 Thursdays”, has drawn the most attendance comparatively to all other Bloomington bars (kilroyssports.com). However, they are looking to invest in any resources that…

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    hired organist Les Dixon on weekends to pick up sales. Les played and drank, and just after 10, boyfriend Johnny Bond arrived, dragging along everyone from the Marlin Bar. This largely gay clientele drank the bar dry, yet the takings never improved and Hans and Johnny left. A new manager, uncultivated and ill-mannered, accused the bar staff of not charging the gays for their drinks. Surely not! Impossible! Well, possible or not, that ended the gay nights. THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL YIELDS ITS…

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    Alchemist Essay

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    Due to today’s media which has sensationalized and embellished the more magical aspects of alchemy, the layman may imagine dark spirits and flasks overflowing with noxious chemicals. The layman may also think of alchemy as a trial and error process, in which the aspiring alchemist fumbles blindly towards his next success or failure. This is far from the truth. The infancy of alchemy is located in a Greece influenced Egypt ("Alchemists, Ancient and Modern."). Ancient Egypt, Alexandria, had…

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    and are guaranteed a percentage of food from the farm, and miners are offered a similar bounty of housing, food, and are given a certain amount of precious metals as well. Food and precious items flow into the economy through trades, a few ounces of gold for a plot of land, or food to last your family a…

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    Moon Shadow In China

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    Golden Mountain( San Francisco). When he gets to San Francisco Moon Shadow, his father Windrider, his uncle's, Hand Clap, And Bright Star start a company. The company is a group of people that mine in the California streams for gold. They make a trip to a mountain to get gold with Hand Clap as their guide. They also meet their cousin Lefty. They aren’t allowed to talk to the people of the middle kingdom. Also, the demons…

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    personal legends and are instead content with material desires and social acceptability and miss out on various opportunities because of their limited perspectives. alchemy which is a laborious process that transforms basic metals into luxury metals like gold represents santiago’s convoluted journey to achieve his personal legend. in the book the alchemist says to santiago that a base metal must rid itself of all impurities to achieve a higher evolutionary state and in retrospect achieve its…

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    Even though Midas was a very wealthy king he still wasn’t satisfied with the riches he had, so he asked to have a golden touch, turning everything into gold, literally food and everything he touched, which he soon realized he couldn’t even eat anything without it turning to gold. Loy states, “today this simple yet profound story is even more relevant than it was an ancient Greece”(Loy 26). To bring his point across, I agree with Loy, because today no matter how…

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    Spirit was all for living in the way of how god wanted. She explains that by living in the puritan lifestyle there was a place that they could acquire. Spirit remarks a place typified as heaven and she describes “the streets are thereof transparent Gold” (224). Coming to the conclusion that whatever the world had there was to be much greater goods in heaven. The recompense would be worth it, if she lived religiously. She later describes them two from being polar opposites. Revealing that they…

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