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    Being an addict is certainly more of a challenge than what I expected it to be. Having to conspicuously and consistently hide what you feel like you need on a daily basis is more than difficult. This stimulation was also incredibly tedious to deal with, considering I drink more than the average. I had to conceal the ice cubes that I got at 11 pm from the liquor store in the depths of my freezer. Throughout the day, I would have to hide my ice cubes in a hydro flask, and every time I had a drink in my other bottle, I would have to go to the bathroom in the sketchiest of stalls to fill up. Consequently, one time I went to Haight street and while at the corner, I was actually asked about the rubber band on my wrist because I looked extremely sketchy. This same guy actually ended up offering me acid. I figured I’m already addicted to ice cubes, so why get addicted to acid too, right? Despite there being obstacles and significant difficulties, pretending to be secretly addicted to ice came with its laughs. I cracked myself up every time I had to confidently slip a cube in my drink. The only significant problem, I would say, was having to get an ice cube into every drink no matter what. It made the task all the more limiting. Overall, I enjoyed the experiment in general. Some part of me felt like a slave to…

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    Regular Ice Cubes

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    eating, and sleeping are all utilizing energy in different ways. Even applying ice to keep a glass of water cold is exerting a form of energy (“Heat Transfer”). Just like everything else, even ice releases a form of energy when put in water. This type of energy is a mix of convection and conduction. Convection is when thermal energy is transferred from one hot…

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    An Analysis Of N. W. A.

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    United States alone. Dr. Dre (Andre Young) and Ice Cube (O’Shae Jackson Sr.) had met and connected through their passion…

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    Addiction To Ice Cubes

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    As part of an effort to understand individuals’ addiction to certain substances, I conducted a short experiment wherein I acquired an addiction to ice cubes. For 48 hours, I could only drink beverages with ice in it, and treat it as though it were an illegal substance. The experiment ran from Friday December 9 to Sunday December 11, 2016, and was quite interesting to explore. In order to prepare for my simulation, I would need ice handy for whenever I got thirsty. Since I do not have an ice…

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    Ice Cube Inquiry

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    Truc-Nhi Do Ice Cube Inquiry The purpose of this lab was to create an experiment to find the heat of fusion, the amount of joules(energy) needed to change water from solid to liquid and vice versa. My team found that heat lost is equal to heat gain. To find the heat of fusion we must first find the heat released by the water. To do this I used the q=mc(triangle)t equation. Through my experiment I found that the mass of the water was 159.01, the specific heat capacity or the amount heat required…

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    Stereotypes In The 1970's

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    influential agents were Ice Cube, the birth control pill, and women’s suffrage. What ties these 3 are the stereotypes that were created for them and how they changed them. Hip hop emerged in the late 1970’s and was developed by the lower income districts, mainly within the African American and Hispanic communities (History of Hip Hop 1). Rap was an outlet that many rappers used to voice their opinions. One of the many rappers that made a difference in society was O’Shea Jackson better known as…

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    O’shea Jackson better known by his stage name as Ice Cube, is one of the most influential rappers of the 80’s. He has paved the way for multiple artist that we know today. He has also made history selling out the box office with his smash hits like Friday and Ride Along. So in his honor I have made a biography of the famous rapper. From the beginning of his life to the end. O’shea Jackson was born on june 15, 1969 in South Central Los Angeles. Living in South Central wasn't easy for cube…

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    People Who Changed America

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    everyone who heard it and maybe even help other people turn their lives around. There are many other famous people who have turned their lives around and tell the story to inspire other people to follow their dreams just like them. Just like Marshall, O’Shea Jackson or Ice Cube grew you in a bad neighborhood with a lot of bad influences all around him. “After all, the former O’Shea Jackson came up the hard way, transitioning from gangsta rap to a successful acting career in comedies…”(Miller).…

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    Boyz N Tha Hood Analysis

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    Cube showed the rhyme to Dre, who made an instrumental track for it” (McDermott, 2002, p 30). One of the original members, Ice Cube, wrote all of Boyz N Tha Hood but the one who would perform it would eventually land on Eazy-E himself. This single launched way towards the album by making Ruthless a neighborhood hero. Everybody always wonder how did N.W.A get started but its roots trace back to two members, one who had the idea, and one who had the money for it. These two would be Eric Wright and…

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    Fuck Tha Police History

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    The idea of a Gangster Rap group to being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of fame is a remarkable feat in itself. This group channeled the talents of Easy-E (Eric Wright), Ice Cube (O 'Shea Jackson Sr.), Dr. Dre (Andre Young), MC Ren (Lorenzo Patterson), DJ Yella (Antoine Carraby), and the inconsistent but valued contributions of The D.O.C. (Tracy Curry) and Arabian Prince (Kim Nazel), all under the guidance of manager Jerry Heller. Easy E, often referred to as ‘The Godfather of Gangsta…

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