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    breakfast, which I needed to cram down my throat, due to us leaving in roughly ten minutes. I ran up to tell my friends, and at that instant, we were on our way to kick off our day. We visited a couple stores, which had tons of people and it was super crowded, The Bean which was an enormous mirror constructed to resemble a bean, and finally, we played our performance at a museum. I was hesitant and I felt that I wasn’t going right, but it was actually amusing. After our performance, we went to The Rainforest Cafe, where I had an outstanding burger to the point where I needed some for everywhere I went, and I took a selfie with the frogman that was there. We went back to the hotel after this, and I fell asleep right away. I was remarkably tired, someone shook me and told me to rise and shine. At first, I imagined I was at my house when I remembered I was at the hotel and that I had tasks to achieve that day so I put my luggage I needed in a pile. We went to Hard Rock Cafe for breakfast and it was delicious. After we dined on breakfast food, we took selfies in front of signed guitars, and later we went for a walk to the Sky Tower. We waited there for roughly an hour thus we gave up and went to a couple stores instead. My friends and I went to a mall with around eight floors with escalators and remarkably, half the time we did that. A while later we all went to Build-A-Bear Workshop and I picked a Toothless with roller skates and a leash. Finally, we went to a boardwalk with…

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    Found texts are comprised of various genres that contain a plethora of categories, but in particular, receipts. Receipts have increasingly gained recognition over time for a multitude of reasons. Similarly to greeting cards, receipts have a formulaic appearance which makes them recognizable and visible to the public eye. A receipt obtained from Hard Rock Cafe resembled the pieces by Dennis Baron, Roland Barthes, and David Levy. Receipts have become a powerful measure of determining emotional,…

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    one of the highest ranked universities in the world, between his social life and studies, his got a handful on his plate. He missed his family and friends back home, but was enjoying the beginning of his new journey at Liberty. John escaped the cold air before he got hypothermia as he entered the cafeteria. The double automatic doors welcomed him, he secretly thanked the air conditioning systems at the school for blessing him with warmth. He cuddled his body closer to his jacket and looked…

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    He had actually tricked me to the right corner. How could he do that, I was his best friend! Surely he didn’t do it to get me mad. That had to be it, I decided to just laugh it off and play a little joke on him. So when I walked out of my square around the the court, I picked up a little rock, turned to Nick, said “How could you get me out, haha”, and tossed a rock at him thinking I was being funny. Once it hit, I started laughing, Unfortunately, I had “tossed” it a little too hard. He clenched…

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    because they want to punish the officers for revenge. “Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital for the Criminal Insane” is written by Etheridge Knight. Hard Rock is…

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    Breaking Benjamin is a rock band from Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1999 by Benjamin Burnley, lead singer and guitarist for the band. The first lineup included drummer Jeremy Hummel, bassist Mark Klepaski, and guitarist Aaron Fink. They released four studio albums between 2002 and 2009 (Saturate (2002), We Are Not Alone (2004), Phobia (2006), and Dear Agony (2009)). Due to Burnley’s recurring illnesses, the band was forced to enter into an extended hiatus in 2010. During the hiatus, the band…

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    performed one of his best-known songs “Foxey Lady” to a crowd of audience. This video recording of Hendrix surprised me, and there are several of reasons why. I seldom listen to Rock Music, and didn’t show much interest. Growing up I was more comfortable with classical music and the Piano;…

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    American Noise The song American noise is a song by the Christian band known as Skillet. This song to me is an anthem for the young generation of our society who feel like outcasts. Most hard rock groups of this present age concentrate on what they feel is wrong with society, but not really doing anything about it. The only element it lacks is to empower the listener that they have a voice. That is what this song does for me it gives me hope that tomorrow is going to come and be better than…

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    The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of my favorite bands of all time. Have you ever heard a song on the radio before and wanted to hear it again? That’s what happened to me and it turned into a lifetime of listening. When I was young around the age of 8 or 9 I heard some songs on the radio called Dani California and Snow (Hey Oh). When I was young I didn’t know how to find songs unless the person on the radio said the songs name. Both times I had missed the names so I was shit out of luck but…

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    Black Sabbath was an English rock band that was formed in 1968 in Birmingham. The band consisted of Tommy Iommi who was the head guitarist and main songwriter, then there was Geezer Butler who was the bassist and the main lyricist, then there was the drummer Bill Ward and finally the singer was Ozzy Osbourne. The band did experience many changes in who played in the band but the only member that remained constant through the entire time was the head guitarist and songwriter Tommy Iommi. The…

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