Mike Shinoda

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  • Immigration To America Analysis

    Some of the Japanese men even joined the army because it was the only way to get out of the camp. “The only way out was joinin’ the army. And supposedly, some men went out for the army, signed on, and ended up flyin’ to Japan with a bomb” (Shinoda) it’s here that you get a sense of how desperate these men were to get out that they’d betray their own homeland for freedom. This was the first instance of Japanese American soldiers, “Japanese Americans were now permitted to form a special segregated infantry outfit – the unit would come to be called the 442nd Infantry Regimental Combat Team.” (“The War: Japanese Americans”, 2007). Along with trying to regain freedom they did this out of love and loyalty for their new home as stated by a quote from a soldier, “My priority was to try to show the American people that we are just as loyal as anybody else.” (The War: Japanese Americans, 2007). It’s not till the next couple lines of Kenji that you really feel their pain of this action, “ That 15 kiloton blast, put an end to the war pretty fast, two cities were blown to bits” (Shinoda). The pain and suffering didn’t stop there, when the war was over the Japanese were released from the camps and were not greeted by a warm welcome back at their homes, “These people had trashed every room, smashed in the windows and bashed in the doors, written on the walls and the floor, “Japs not welcome anymore””…

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  • What Are The Goals For The Five-Day Summer Professional Development Of Middle School ELL Teachers

    Due to professional development at Cartersville Middle School being providing at times during the day that often do not correlate with the ELL teachers’ planning period, these teachers have missed training on how to use some of the basic technology the Cartersville School district provides. In addition, these teachers have not been provided time to work with the technology that has been placed in their classrooms to see how it can benefit them in their ELL classroom and how it can provide it…

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  • Examples Of Leadership Goals

    Leadership Goal 1 Goal Number 1 – Cognitive: “Keep the mind sharp” – Continual Learning Relevant Areas of Growth 1 – Critical and Creative Thinking 1. Personal Impact – Professional development; become more knowledgeable in the fraud prevention and intelligence spheres and have more opportunity for advancement within the Army Reserve and my civilian career. 2. Impact on others – Articulate information to support priority intelligence requirements to a higher headquarters. 3.…

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  • Short Essay On Iron Mike Tyson

    Mike Tyson is a former American professional boxer, holding the record of being the youngest heavyweight boxer in United States history (“Mike Tyson”). Yet while Tyson won his fights in the ring, he lost his fight in court. In 1991, Tyson was accused of raping Desiree Washington. Tyson had a rough life growing up, so when it came to putting him on trial his chances of being found not guilty did not look so good. (Godden). Even though Tyson was an outstanding boxer, his career ended when he was…

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  • Everlast: Rhetorical Analysis Of An Ad

    is going through. The boxers little brother is very symbolic to the voice of normal reasoning and illustrates what any logical human being would do in this type of situation. After the boxer gives the mugger money, the little brother asks in confusion on why he didn't use his boxing capability to fight him. He saw this kid as someone who needed help, unlike the majority of the population who would suggest a good punch in the mouth would’ve been a better idea. One of the most important lessons…

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  • Collegiate Athletes

    Giants take in” (qtd. in Strachan). The universities are spending more money on their coaches than professional teams, and the talent is not the same. The schools can cut the salary of their coaches and that money can be used to pay the players. Jahlil Okafor was the freshman starting center for the 2015 National Champion Duke Blue Devils. He was arguably the best player on the team and one of the main reasons the team won the National Championship. He was so skilled that he was drafted…

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  • El Shaddai Case Study

    theology, and charismatic Christianity. Brother Mike and El Shaddai are publicly connected to Roman Catholicism, but El Shaddai is not strictly a Catholic religion. El Shaddai is the start of a whole new type of religion that draws things from several different religions and combines them all into one. The integration of different religions into one can bring people together and make them open and more understanding to trying new things…

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  • Goal 2

    Goal 2: Improve physical and mental health Objectives: I will exercise twice a week for 30 minutes and do individual or group based yoga three times a week for 30 minutes Strategies: I will attend yoga sessions at the local YMCA. I will attend my local gym two times a week. I will walk around the track at the gym and do the row machine. I will keep track of this by completing a self-monitoring system and rewarding myself with a new journal or another reinforcer for completing the yoga and…

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  • Humans Vs. Zombies

    Situation Statement History: Origins: Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) was first established in 2005 at Goucher College in Towson, Maryland. The creators, Brad Sappington and Chris Weed, made the game free under a Creative Commons license, allowing suborganizations all over the world to play. Humans vs. Zombies is now played on six continents. Rules and Objectives: Humans vs. Zombies at its core is a game of tag. In the original rules, one player is chosen to be the "Original Zombie" and then tags…

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  • Childhood Memories Of Ipperwash Beach

    First Nations for their cooperation. (Salomons, 2009) The people of the Stoney Point tribe were promised their land would be returned to them but even long after the war ended and the world moved forward, the land now known as “Camp Ipperwash” was occupied by the government. This is where the situation becomes violent and where I, as a resident of Ipperwash Beach, find myself unsettled and in disbelief. On September 4th 1995, approximately thirty members of the band, accompanied by children,…

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