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    Excessive Racism

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    What rank are you applying for? Helper How young are you? 13 Are you a Boy or Girl? boy What country do you live in? England Do you have a YouTube or Twitch channel? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCujp_-t9LQ0Sif4sjOUKiqA Do you have a microphone/headset? yes Why do you want this rank? I would like this rank because I am a reliable , trustworthy, mature person who I believe can help this server grow. The second reason is because I am very active on Teamspeak, Skype meaning I am very accessible when needed. Finally, I want this rank because I love helping people and making others lives easier, even if it is just communicating to the via Teamspeak. How do you think you can assist the server if you become this rank? If I was accepted as a moderator I would assist my fellow staff members in helping make the server a more comfortable, enjoyable experience for those who enjoy playing this server, as I am. Over the many years of being these staff on other servers, I have learnt plugins, commands, the way to deal with hackers, the way to ban them, when to ban them (written below), and also how to maintain a reliable community. I believe if I get accepted as staff, I will be able to transfer my knowledge from other servers and bring it to this server. I will be respectful to others who need help with bugs and glitches. I am on 5-7 hours on weekends and also holidays, whereas, on weekdays I am on for 1-2 hours as I am studying for tests / exams. I will be sure to use all my free time…

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    Mother Camp Summary

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    During the 1970s, when transgender women were publishing their personal narratives, cultural anthropologist Esther Newton published her seminal work, Mother Camp: Female Impersonators in America. Credited as one of the first interdisciplinary works to focus on queer culture, Mother Camp examines female impersonators in the Midwest by breaking down the many forms of cross-dressing such as those who did so as a living (labor), those who did so strictly for sex, and those who did so for their own…

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    Michael Jackson was considered the King of Pop throughout his long career. The entertainer is responsible for changing the world of pop music to something that just about everyone across the world could listen to and enjoy. Jackson was a singer and an excellent dancer. There were few that could reproduce his smooth moves in his day. However, numerous Jackson impersonators have come along and tried to reproduce the King of Pop's look and smooth moves. Certainly, capturing Michael Jackson's style…

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    History Of The Show

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    include approximately eight acts that had a variety of performers. It was usually set up so as to increase spectator pleasure at the start, followed by a filler and this would keep going until the final act which was usually a “chaser” act used to help run patrons out of the revolving show (D. 86-88). The variety of acts ranged from: (MC) Master of Ceremonies (invented in Vaudeville), comics, magicians, shadowgraphs, acrobats, ventriloquists, puppeteers, musicians, imitators, yodelers, clog…

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    “They’re Bombing New Jersey!” (Radio Listeners in Panic, Taking War Drama as Fact, The New York Times) “War of the Worlds” by Koch Howard. E, explains how a radio show/drama caused thousands of people to believe the world was going to end. Radio drama/show “War of the World” caused thousands of people to believe the world was being attacked by “martians”, many people freaked and panicked trying to figure out what to do. The radio show “War of the Worlds” was believed by thousands of people…

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    a veer away from male performativity and more of a focus on identity transformation and drag. A notable difference is that drag kings “mock masculinity” while male performers “own it” (Maltz 283). While the male impersonator “attempts to produce a plausible performance of maleness as the whole of her act” the drag king “performs masculinity and makes the exposure of the theatricality of masculinity into the mainstay of her act” (Halberstam 232). While the male impersonator historically was…

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    on the 3/4/16 and the 1/11/16 call, the caller stated she was living at the address in Coconut Creek, FL which is listed as Janette Perez’s address. Numerous calls were received after the initial call by someone impersonator the client and also claiming to be the client’s mother. The caller used an interpreter when she identified herself as the client’s mother, and when she claimed to be the client. The caller had various distractions going on when those calls were placed; it sounded like there…

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    In the play, Lincoln, as the older brother, is the provider of their two-person family. He is proud of his job as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator and of the little it can provide for himself and his brother. Meanwhile, Booth gets what he can through dishonest means such as robbing and attempting to pull con jobs. At the start of the play, Booth is trying to learn how to play three-card monte, a street con that has the potential to be lucrative. Booth wants to find enough economic means to be…

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    persona, the male is re-entered into society with the expected treatment that a male would have within society. Greaf’s article’s use of hyper femininity theories is comparable to the behaviours of the characters in Gilberts, Drag Queens on Trial. The importance of their appearance and the actions that follow these behaviours are examples of how hyper femininity is used by drag queens on a regular basis. Consequently, the unionization of the drag queens demonstrate how those with similar genders…

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    founding texts of queer theory. In 1968, Esther Newton work was one of the first major anthropological that studied the homosexual community in the United States. Newton’s PhD thesis “the drag queens; a study in urban anthropology” examined the experiences, social interaction and the culture of the drag queens. In various kinds of theatrical settings there were men who dressed and performed as women, or as an expression of their sexual identity. KILDE!!! Later in 1972, she wrote the book…

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