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    The current U.S. debt of twenty trillion dollars worries numerous Americans as it appears to only grow each passing day. Reducing or paying off the national debt is an extremely difficult affair as cutting funding appears to be the only option for the United States’ government at the moment. The decision of cutting funds from healthcare, national security, social security, and multiple other programs affects the U.S. population in a highly negative manner. Nonetheless, such actions have been…

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    Buettner How To Be 100 +

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    During his Tedtalk lecture,” How to Live to be 100+,” Dan Buettner discusses ways that people can increase their life expectancy. He references something called the Danish Twin Study and says that roughly 10% of a person’s longevity is dictated by their genes, whereas the other 90% is dictated by our lifestyle (Buettner par. 1). There is so much conflicting advice and data on what people can do to make themselves live longer that most Americans really have no idea what it is that they should be…

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    When you hear the word ‘flood’ what do you think of? The majority of us probably think of the scientific definition of the word: a natural disaster that happens when a large amount of water covers an area of land that is normally dry (Merriam-Webster Online). However, in recent years, this scientific definition has been taken out of context to form a tasteless political metaphor. In the United States, immigration has/is frequently referred to as a flood, a stream, a tide, a wave, a tsunami, or a…

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    What is it that makes Disney Movies so popular? Is it the great storyline? The characters? Or is it the way they inspire children? We all know that since the first Disney movie, there has been a great amount of change, and still managing to remain popular. The latest movies such as “Tangled” and “Frozen” have been utterly successful. If you ask me what the theme of a Disney movie is, I will tell you something along the lines of a castle, a princess, a good amount of magic, a knight in shining…

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    Salton Sea is the largest inland body of water in California, measuring at 35 miles long and 15 miles across. Its salt level is fifty percent saltier than the ocean itself. The Salton Sea is beneficial to more than four hundred and twenty different species of birds. The species range from “white and brown pelicans to eared grebes, curlews, ibis, avocets and snowy plovers. It also supports millions of fish and a host of invertebrates, important food sources for the birds.” (Blogger, 2015) Salton…

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    (“About San Diego, California”) San Diego is also certainly not bereft of economic riches as the San Diego Metropolitan Area has a median household income of $66,192. (“San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos California Household Income”) The aforementioned figure becomes even more impressive when one takes into account the national average for household income —$53,657—a figure almost 13 grand less than that of the San Diego metropolitan area. (“San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos California Household Income”)…

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    Gold Star Park is located in Wetumpka, Alabama on the banks of the Coosa River. It is underneath the city's historical “Bibb’s Grave Bridge” in between City Hall and the Wetumpka Public Library. Gold Star Park used to house an outdoor church. Gold Star Park is surrounded by history, such as the city’s first jail and the antique movie theater. Furthermore, Gold Star holds outdoor activities, a playground, and festivals that make the community thrive. To begin, Gold Star Park is home to two…

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    Jungle Book Comparison

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    Jungle Book The Jungle Book has always been a childhood favorite of mine for as long as I can remember. Disney has started doing remakes of famous movies and The Jungle Book was one. The director could not have made this movie more similar to the original, however, there were some differences that came with the remake. The director mixed the two movies together, to keep the strong mythic theme from the original Kipling film. and Disney personality. The first major difference is the…

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    Unfortunately, I have not that experienced with screen sharing and the procedures that you should follow but I am watching the staff series of @MadG and @ProCombo to get an idea of how things run around here. I remember that I need to record any bans that I distribute in case I am accused of false banning. Another beneficial thing upon my addition to the Viper team is that I have a judicial temperament when I am representing the position of a job. This means that I am able to deal with people…

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    Cinematography is the kind of art that everybody likes and that is highly accessible nowadays. Every year hundreds of new films are released and produced by filming companies. However, not all of those films would become legends and be highly appreciated by people from various generations. Anyway, there are also films that win people's hearts and bring much happiness to them. One of such films created once by Disney that has earned recognition within different cultures is the animated film “Toy…

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