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    A red line can just seem like a color and a shape to some, but in the Seattle Grace hospital it represents the lives of every roaming doctor and nurse. Throughout the hospital, this red line is painted through hallways and doors. It represents where these elite surgeons are allowed to go, compared to the average citizen that walks in with a complaint. It separates areas where the hospital goes from being accessible to all, to only enterable by few. When one walks into a hospital there are many aspects to notice. There are families who have been waiting hours hopeful hear good news and other people who are just waiting to see what is wrong with them. However, many people fail to realize how much exhaustion and work is put into making sure these people are satisfied. One of the most important aspects to notice in a hospital is the doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers rushing around to constantly care for peoples’ loved ones. These workers eat, sleep, and breath to not only keep themselves going, but to keep others going. Because of this, they are often overworked. The “norm” presented shows that due to budget cuts and the lack of people that are specialized, healthcare professionals are sometimes worked past what they can handle, especially those with a lower rank. These are the aspects to think of when analyzing this Grey’s Anatomy scene. The clip argues that these professionals deserve a fair amount of work and wages, despite their position. As usual in any career,…

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    “Heartless” Strength of American Nurses Have you ever thought about how hard it is to be a nurse? How emotionally difficult it is to have a patient die in your care? Nurses do more than most people realize, they have no time to mourn every patient's death because there is always someone else who is going to need their full attention. Some may say nurses are heartless, I know I did. To be a nurse is to be mentally strong. Based on my personal experiences I have come to see that American nurses…

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    The arm was distorted and had a series of rectangular shapes to form the arm, which bass considered to represent drug addiction. Preminger however disagreed with Bass over which animated sequence with the arm looked the best. Bass argued that “the sequence fell flat without animation” but Preminger disagreed. The official compromise was “staccato-like movements as the arm segments maneuvered through the visual progression”. After this compromise, the sequence went down as a classic in American…

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    I have worked as a Team Leader in a call center, customer service environment from 2002 to now. As a Team Leader, I am responsible for managing a team of 17-23 phones specialists and supporting the department issues, should any arise day to day. I field questions and help solve issues for specialists regarding customer interactions, employee relations, and development goals. The three aspects of my role that I enjoy most are developing people to realize their full potential and achieve…

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    The World of Bosses “I need a job!” A job is relevant for many reasons. Jobs provide money that feeds a family and pays bills. Unfortunately a job includes a lot more than just making money. Managers, shift-leaders, and supervisors are a major are just a few disadvantages when it comes to working. Many bosses are not friendly. Bosses have data to record, people to hire, hours to work and people to instruct. Pressure takes over a boss 's life. Although there are bosses who are manipulators,…

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    Everyday I see people wanting to stand up for something, but don’t do it. People get so scared because they don’t want someone to judge them or lose someone they care about. I had stood up for my sister Hannah when “rumors” were going around about her. I had lost friends because of it and I would not change that. Hannah is my baby sister and no friend or person is more important than her. I wasn’t going to let people say things about her or call her some inappropriate things. I had stood…

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    Is Reality Affected By the Passing of Time? Technology has come a long way in the past decade. It has helped humanity evolve faster than ever. However, not everything about technology is great. Technology has affected the way that humans perceive reality now. It gives people the wrong idea of how the real world works by creating a world that people can easily adjust to. In this essay, I argue that the virtual world lowers your expectations of the real world, that using technology connects and…

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    Mr. Richard, I am Violeta Motta, we talked briefly around 1pm today regarding the incident that happened today with Mercedes. I entered the cafeteria at 1pm like always, I wanted to buy turkey slices. When I started to grab my first piece of turkey with the tong that is set out to use, Mercedes told me in an angry manner, “Don't grab the turkey slices, (when I pick out turkey slices, I usually pick the smallest and thinnest piece, Mercedes doesn't like this), you don't have to make the…

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    As the season gets closer to summer the nights start to get warmer, and as the nights get warmer the kids play longer. Picking up my phone I texted my friend Elli to see if she could get anyone to play night games at the Mapleton City Park. Earlier that day at school we had began planning on having night games, and the park was a central place to have them. Even with both of us trying we couldn’t get anyone who could come play. Only one person said that they would be there, who just…

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    Have you ever bit into a soft, juicy peach and thought,” Did I just destroy half of an insect’s home?” Well, in the short story “Gaston,” by Willium Saroyan, this actually happens! In “Gaston,” a young girl meets her father for what feels like the first time. After the father buys a kilogram of peaches, he puts the tastiest one in front of his daughter, who in turn takes a bite, only to find and insect hiding in the half eaten peach. The girl’s first instinct is to kill the insect, but the…

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