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    Being bilingual has not always been so effortless for me. I was born in a refugee camp and can speak from experience. Before I was born, there was a civil war broke out in Somalia; my parents home country, we fled to a refugee camp situated in Dadaab, Kenya. Once safe, the struggle with nature began. Four kids out of eight survived past the age of three. I was the third to survive, breaking the cycle. Shortages in food led to malnutrition and we found ourselves eating spoiled food to survive. Shortages in medical supplies led my entire family to suffer from diseases like malaria. Then we were in a second camp: this time in Kakuma. Although living on the brink of poverty, the refugee camps became home to me. In Kakuma the refugee kids and I went to school where we learned songs with some English words about America, songs which my sisters and I still sing: I lived a carefree life in Kakuma. Life in the camps was all I knew for the first five years of my life. At the age of five my family finally immigrated to the United States in 2005 after many trials of health examinations. The America they showed us in Africa was nothing like the America we experienced. Out of nowhere, my family was expected to know and understand the English language. My sisters and I found a love for Barney and Friends. I began to recognize the words from Barney’s “I love you” and began saying “I love you” to my mom instead of “waan ku jecelahay” or “ani ki jecelah”. It 's the same phrase with the same…

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    rubbed a hand across her face getting frustrated by his rude outburst. "Stop fucking cutting me off Jayceon." He licked his jaw and backed her up into the corner of the large classroom. "Or what. Hit me. I want you to." He growled into her ear. Diamond bit her lip and roughly slapped him across her face. "There. I hit you. What you gonna do Jay? Hit me back?" Jayceon pulled up her pencil skirt with his right hand, and used his left to smack her roughly on her thigh. She touched down on her…

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    “If you would like the job at Lucca’s it is yours, you just need to come in and interview with Ken” Jasmine told me over the phone. “I need to know if you want it by the time I am off of work tonight” she continued, “I have to get back to work, see you at eight when you pick me up.” Do I want to work at this restaurant? For Ken, the guy who keeps Jasmine late and calls her at the last minute? The guy who never gave her the raise? The guy who never cares about requested days off? Why would I…

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    “If you want the job at Lucca’s it is yours, you just have to come in and interview with Ken” Jasmine told me over the phone. “I need to know if you want it by the time I get off of work tonight” she continued, “I have to go, see you at eight when you pick me up.” Do I want to work at this restaurant? For Ken, the guy who keeps Jasmine late and calls her at the last minute? The guy who never gave her the raise? The guy who never cares about requested days off? Why would I want to work for a…

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    Have you ever wondered what it was like to watch movies and TV shows, read books, and gossip about the newest fads and popular stars in the 1960’s? Have you ever wondered how the 1960’s entertainment influenced modern day entertainment? Or how you found out about entertainment that time of the century? Well, we are about to show you the best and the brightest 1960’s entertainment! From Barbies to Afros and everything in between, this time travel will get you up to date with the culture of the…

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    Entertainment is a form writing that can be read in silence, spoken out loud, acted out under a single stage light, heard from the mouths of the radio through music, seen in a dark theater, shown on the television, or quickly placed on the screens of a hand held device. It can be calming, loud, annoying, humorous, exciting, sad, and eventful. Entertainment is many things and has taken many shapes through the history of society. It would be implausible to say that entertainment has the capacity…

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    Volleyball games are a time with excitement and intensity for all ages. From digging, and sets to serving and kills, this sport has mastered the art of entertainment for all. Volleyball is one of my favorite sports. Though I don’t get to play it all year round, the memories of the events will forever stay. During these events many things do occur, like friendship, trust, and believing in yourself that you can do more. This has encouraged me to portray opportunities and do more actives.…

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    Playing musical instruments, participating in outside hobbies, reading books, competing in board games and playing cards are not the ideal forms of entertainment these days. Television shows are now the new and improved way of everyday life. Some might argue that it is somewhat soothing; a way to escape from reality into an alternate, more appealing world. Television has the ability to be deceptive. What might be considered right or wrong can alter depending on what show is watched. Television…

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    sweepstakes. We find an ever-increasing share of Hollywood movie production devoted to fantasy, and, as is so often the case in semiotic analysis, such a shift, or difference, points to cultural significance. Filmmakers have been providing Americans with entertainments that have both reflected and shaped their desires for over a century. There are three aspects of films widely the culture industry, interpreting the signs of American Film, and Movies as metaphors. Long before the advent of TV,…

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    the treasure that could potentially save their town from being destructed for a country club. During their venture, they are faced with many obstacles including threatening booby traps and being chased and attacked by a family of fugitives. An entertaining film filled with adventures, fantasy and dreams like, The Goonies, consisted of many forms that accommodated to the film’s success. From the lighting, sounds and music to the diverse angle shots, The Goonies, was able to present the audience…

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