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    Bazooms Girls

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    waitress is pouring beer.” (Loe, 86). Although the comments may seem to come with no benefit, some of the women use the angst against the customers eliciting tips “Playing up the sexualized Bazooms girl role can be serious money-making strategy: … girls hula-hoop and get money thrown at them… lean over and give the cleavage shot…” (Loe, 91). The women may be expected to create a façade towards customers, but may become…

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    The best thing I did this Summer was going to Hawaii with my family. We were gone for two weeks and went to two different islands. Maui was our first stop and on our second day, we went scuba diving which was my favorite part of the trip. We saw many different species of fish and saw a shark. Our instructor went right up to the shark to bring it out of its cave and it swam right by us. The next island we went to was Kauai which is gorgeous and green. This was the best thing I did this Summer…

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    After the events of both World War I and World War II a new sense of America emerged as the United States benefited from a new surge in technological advancements as well as a new generation of American youth. As with the saying “Out with the old, in with the new,” many of the old social constructions were challenged by the new generation of youth who seemed like good-for-nothing rebel. These similarities between the 20s and the 50s link them as both periods characterized by new innovations and…

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    A Trip To Hawaii Essay

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    I would like to go to Maui, Hawaii. Maui, Hawaii has many colorful beaches and tourist activities. The weather is warm with lots of rain. However, when it is not raining, the scenery is amazing. The exotic colorful flowers and trees is a great reason to visit. Not to mention the colorful animals that live there. Maui is just such an amazing place that I would really like to visit. The island has many national landmarks. Three great landmarks in Maui are Haleakala, Molokini Crater, and Dragons…

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    Keke: A Short Story

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    eleven-year-old skin looked delightfully youthful. Living on the island of Oahu for all eleven years of her life, Keke had accomplished what many women pay for, an evenly tanned golden body. Occasionally a grass skirt was in order, but only for the hula dances. However, for the rest of her time Keke's wardrobe consisted of her bikini and bare feet. She had naked toes, with an absence of nail polish. Her feet had a few scars on them from the coral reef incident she had the last time she attempted…

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    to give our cultures to the Japanese people, we started to share our Korean cultures to other people. We shared Kimchi, Bibimbap, spicy rice cake, and Korean traditional games. After we shared our culture, we learned about Portuguese cultures like hula or ukulele! Chinese showed us Saimin, food, and lion dances. I really miss you guys, and I hope you guys know that I would love to go back to Korea. Even though we work hard, I think I’m kind of close to the lunas, so we don’t have to do the…

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    a week in the basement where they exercise together. Dance to songs and an obstacle course was setup. The teacher demonstrated to the students beforehand on what to do and what not do during the obstacle course. The obstacle course consisted of hula hoop jump, slide, jumping on the trampoline, walking across balance beam, 5 jumping jacks, and 2 summersaults on the mat. • The students did several activities which supported them in learning different kinds of language skills. All the students…

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    Brigg's Typology Analysis

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    The Waterhouse Center was an incredible experience and an appropriate use of class time. The activities served as an informal way to get to know our peers, as well as an opportunity to analyze our own behavior. As a member of group “A” led by Bernie, we successfully accomplished a majority of the different events on his property. I will explain how we experienced success and trouble as a group, as well as how I handled my Myer’s Brigg’s typology and Big 5 personality types in relation to other…

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    According to the article “The Overthrow of the Monarchy” written by Pat Pitzer, Hawaii became a territory in the year 1900. The US finally agreed to annex Hawaii became a territory in the year 1900. The US finally agreed to annex Hawaii due to the Spanish-American War which occurred in 1898. Many people were against the annexation and made a petition called Hui Aloha Aina. This petition got over 21,000 signatures. The queen has lost her throne and has tried many ways to get it back. Everytime…

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    The protagonist of the movie Blue Hawaii is Chadwick Gates, played by Elvis Presley, who has just gotten out of the Army and is very excited to be back in Hawaii, reunited with his beloved surfboard, his beach buddies and his Native Hawaiian girlfriend Maile Duval. His parents, especially his mother Sarah Lee, want him to take over their family business, the Great Southern Fruit Company, but Chad does not want to and starts to work as a tour guide at his girlfriend’s agency. His first group…

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