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  • Persuasive Essay On Finger Flaw

    because traditional war hammers had two sides, one that was a sharp spike and another that was blunted. The blunted side that fills what most people think of when they think of a hammer was useful when you wanted to dent or cave in an opponent's armor and spikes side penetrated the armor without any problems. In an era where armor was common and swords were mostly ineffective at damaging the armor, war hammers were popular among a lot of warriors. Considering that the hammers are usually very heavy, not everyone could wield one of these items. They were most common among the Vikings, though. Our favorite examples of war hammers are The Elder Scrolls series and King Robert’s war hammer in A Song of Ice and Fire. Chakram This weapon has its roots in Indian culture. The earliest reference to this weapon is when it is used by the god Vishnu in the epics Mahabharata and the Ramayana. The weapon even carried into surrounding Asian countries including Tibet, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The weapon was convenient because, depending on their size, they could be stored in various areas of the body including the wrist and neck. Hard to wield and dangerous in the right hands, this weapon looks cool and elegant. Our favorite example is Xena from Xena:The Warrior Princess. She often used these weapons on the show and they were revived through her. Meteor Hammer This ancient Chinese weapon falls into the flail and chained weapon class of weapons. The basic Meteor Hammer consists of two…

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  • Harrison Bergeron Book And Movie Comparison Essay

    “‘And I say to you, that if it is GREATNESS we must destroy, then let us drag our enemy out of the darkness where it has been hiding! Let us shine a LIGHT...so that AT LAST, ALL THE WORLD CAN SEE!’” (Tuttle 2009). This quote creates a huge change in the main character than we see in the short story “Harrison Bergeron.” In both the short story “Harrison Bergeron” and the movie “2081” there are many similarities and differences. One similarity that stood out to me was that Harrison announces a…

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  • Harrison Bergeron Symbolism Analysis

    Symbolic Acts Imagine what life would be like if you got the threw rocks at people or you lived in a world where people weren’t really alive, they were just doing their job with no care. People seem like they’re dead. That wouldn’t be the best society to live in would it? In the book, Harrison Bergeron, people had to be equal in order to have the perfect utopian like society. In another book, The Lottery, was about people who would be thrown at by rocks (if you…

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  • Hate Crimes And Hate Groups: Documentary Analysis

    My production group chose to do the documentary that I pitched about the increase in hate crimes and hate groups, specifically anti-Muslim violence, that has occurred over the last few years, particularly in relation to the presidential election. I chose to frame the incident around the specific incident in which a Muslim student was threatened to be lit on fire if she did not remove her hijab because it was the most shocking local incident that has occurred and I thought it would be a…

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  • Summary Of Harrison Bergeron By Kurt Vonnegut

    Kurt Vonnegut Jr. wrote a futuristic story, ¨Harrison Bergeron¨, the characters are all ¨Equal every which way.¨ The year was 2081 and everybody in the Utopia claimed to be equal with one another. If you were above average in intelligence you were forced by the handicapped general to wear an earpiece to stop your train of thought, if you were athletic they would put weights on you so you can’t perform your best. In the text Harrison is viewed as a superior person that is so called better than…

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  • True Strengths In The Short Story Of Harrison Bergeron

    Imagine this, you're in a society where everybody is equal, nobody is better than anyone. You are not able to show your to strengths.You would have to wear weights so you wouldn't be stronger, a deep screech in your ear if any smarter than anybody else. Therefore going to look hideous of how “beautiful’ you were. If you would take your handicaps off the government would punish you sometimes it would end with death. If any body was against the government they would be in jail. As in a short story…

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  • Harrison Bergeron Vs 2081 Analysis

    Harrison Bergeron versus 2081 We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Thomas Jefferson. We in the United State hold this line of the Declaration of Independence to be a pivotal part of our country. We have went to war many times to uphold the right that everyone to be equal. Many men and women have died to help ensure that…

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  • Character Analysis Of The Character Lizabeth In Marigolds

    Lizabeth a character from the story Marigolds. Lizabeth is 14 edging towards 15 years old. In Between those two ages you can become confused, and feel out of place with many mixed emotions. Lizabeth’s family does not have a lot of money, and when she overhears her parents arguing about their problems with money her emotions get the best of her. All of theses emotions are what develops Lizabeth’s character. She is childish because only a child would not think before their own actions and destroy…

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  • Harrison Bergeron: The Life Of George And Harrison Bergeron

    It was the year 2081. Because of 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution, every person has to be equal in every way. No one could look better than anybody else. No one is stronger than anybody else. Especially no one can be smarter than others. The ones who have higher intelligence than normal had to wear a mental handicap radio in his ear, to prevent taking advantage of their brains. Even beautiful ones had to cover their faces to avoid looking better than others. All these were…

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  • Aristotle's Definition Of Equality By Harrison Bergeron

    Humanity tends to be going towards equality, even though there is a myriad number of differences between us, but we are actually heading toward it, however equality is a strong word with a vast number of meanings and most of us tends to consider it from his/her own perspective, as we know there is two types of equality (Formal and Substantive) we already have formal quality (which is advantageous) but we need more -but specific quantity of- substantive equality to fill up the holes which the…

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