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    In the exposition "The Plastic Pink Flamingo: A Natural History" by Jennifer Price; the author is extremely certain on her thought and perspective on the point on the United States society. The thought is that the U.S.A 's way of life is extremely self important, this is appeared by her perspective on how Americans are so stress with their picture that is been seen by society. Value utilizes numerous written work strategies to express her perspective on United States society, by the utilization of word usage, imagery, and tone Price can pass on her investigation on the ravenousness and the defilement happening in the American society. Simply taking a gander at the title the peruser as of now gets the point over that the writer will be utilizing a snide and humorous tone in her written work; "The Plastic Pink Flamingo : A Natural History." The flamingo is plastic while" characteristic" may suggested that is normally made, while a plastic flamingo is really synthetic demonstrating how unexpected the title is. The peruser gets another taste of her mocking tone with the initial two sentences of the paper; "to start with, it was a flamingo". As though the italics weren 't sufficient to notice her wry tone on making such a conspicuous remark, as though a pink flamingo could be anything besides a flamingo. It is very apparent that cost did this deliberately she needed to be snide to demonstrate her point on how a basic thing as a flamingo can turn into the image of riches…

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    “The Plastic Pink Flamingo: A Natural History”, written by Jennifer Price, talks frequently about the bright and daring colors that represented America’s culture in the 1950’s. Most industries and products all included flashy shades and vibrant hues, designed to impel light on the past for those that lived in the dreadful era of the Great Depression. It did fulfill its purpose; or at least it seemed to. The way she truly felt about the actual American culture, wasn’t necessarily expressed…

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    the bright pink products inscribing “one’s lawn empathetically with Florida’s cachet of leisure and extravagance” (18-19). The popularity of the “pink sensation”, Price writes, continues to skyrocket throughout the 1950s, and never seems to lose speed with its many supporters throughout the American populace. Price then goes into more detail about aspects with why the flamingo was such a wise choice for a trend. She writes that a flamingo being “pink - a second and commensurate claim to…

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    In her essay “The Plastic Pink Flamingo: A Natural History”, Jennifer Price examines the implication s of the pink flamingos’ ascension in American culture. The image of a bold pink flamingo seemed to appear on lawns across the nation seemingly overnight. Price’s consideration of the flamingo’s role in American history and in contemporary times, alongside its flashy colors paints a clear picture of the American mindset. Price initiates her essay by bringing attention to the significance of…

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    as Price describes, people were “flocking” to Florida just to bring a flamingo back home. A hotel and casino had been built using the concept of the flamingo and soon after that more hotels were open that were that were “replete with bright pinks and flamingo motifs” as a result of the hotels. Price goes on to mention that the bird represents both “wealth” and “pizzazz”. Price’s purpose for writing about flamingos was to symbolize America’s materialistic society and explain how Americans try…

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    The Plastic Pink Flamingo by Jennifer Price In her essay, Price’s emphasis on the plastic pink flamingo and the symbol it has of wealth and style in the 1950’s, along with the irony of the importance of the pink flamingo to the United States culture implies that Price views United States culture as fake and bold, as a way of ridiculous or strange. Price uses the plastic pink flamingo as a symbol of wealth and style throughout the passage to prove her view of American culture being fake. Fake as…

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    Ornament And Crime Analysis

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    To say it short—it should play no role. Analogizing the use of ornamentation to the use of tattoos, he states that any man “who tattoos himself is either a criminal or a degenerate.” To him, it is a primitive and uncultured practice that must be rid of. To him, an ideal culture is free from these embryonic art forms. To quote him, “The evolution of culture is synonymous with the removal of ornamentation from utilitarian objects.” (The only line italicized.) Ornament represents a waste of…

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    Hard Work Teaches. “Let's go!” We’re starting the job. There is the constant smell of cut grass. It's one of those smells that you never get used to. It is always haunting and can smell either good or bad. If it's fresh, cut grass will smell satisfying, but if it's old and stagnant, then the smell can be so overpowering and abusive to the point where it makes you want to throw up. However, your average person doesn't always have to deal with this struggle. I've grown up as a…

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    Lawn Job Description

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    Over the summer of 2015, I worked for Total Lawn Care, a lawn mowing business out of Little Falls, Minnesota. My job consisted of mowing and trimming our customers’ lawn, as well as blowing off their sidewalk and driveway after. While working, I learned how to deal with various types of people with different attitudes toward their lawn. Some have a good attitude, while others do not, making my job easier at times and harder during others. There are four different types of lawn owners: Nice Old…

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    Lawn Mower Research Paper

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    THE PRODUCT. Are you looking for a lawn mower, have a small or medium sized lawn, have neighbors living just nearly and are tired of having to handle gas or oil? Well you are at the right place. Today I am going to talk about an amazing lawn mower that works to eliminate all these bottlenecks in your mowing experience: the Poulan Pro Electric Lawn Mower. The Poulan Pro Electric Lawn Mower is a walk-behind lawn mower which uses lithium ion batteries for power. Walk-behind lawn mowers are known to…

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