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    Did you ever have a friend growing up that made it his or her ultimate goal to gross you out? Wether it be by cracking their fingers, telling jokes, or tortures through smelly socks, it is guaranteed that you did not appreciate when your your friend teased you about such matters. Most people as they get older they mature and grow out of this kind of humor. What if I told you there was a man that never grew up. A man that became a director to channel his talent into what he considers an art form. A man who ultimate goal is to make you puke. I imagine that would be your worst nightmare, unfortunately this man is real and he exists today. He is known as the Prince of Puke, the Pope of Trash, Mr. John Waters is the grossest man you'll ever meet. John Waters was born April 22, 1946 in Baltimore Maryland (IMDb.com). Growing up, it was said that John Waters had an unbelievable obsession with violence and gore both in real life and special effects done for on screen. One childhood memory that John Waters likes to cherish, is one of when he saw real blood on a car seat in a junk yard. He spent the rest of the day fantasizing lethal car crashes. With John Waters, he treated this subject matter as something he was studying. He liked to read about serial killers and look into how they killed their victims. Often John Waters would attend course cases of gory trails all over the United Staes(IMDb.com). John Waters’ upbringing definitely served as a transit into his career in filmmaking.…

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    warning from an elder film actress with experience to a younger naïve scarlet. Hittinger uses intense detailed imagery and symbols to create this image of what the life style of a scarlet is like. The speaker, Dietrich, gives us direct markers of to whom she’s refereeing to in the text when she states, “you arrived, tipsy, a bit chartreuse/ a subdused platinum angel.” Monroe had a bit of a reputation of representing this sociality party girl, which was a life style that Marlene was very aware…

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    about a young child that needs to go to bed and is asked to “go” in many ways. It was turned into a political statement by taking all of the places that said Marvin K Mooney and replacing it with Richard M. Nixon. The markup was published July 30, 1979 and President Nixon resigned 10 days later (Goldman). Along with Geisel’s books being very political, he also had widely popular books. 1957 was one of Geisel’s best years in terms of writing. It was the exact midpoint of his career between being…

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    Dr. Seuss’s movie, How the Grinch Stole Christmas won a numerous amount of awards such as the Kids’ Choice Award, but what really made people feel like it was fit for all of these awards? With the humor in it and the holiday spirit it expresses, many children fell in love with the Grinch when it first came out, and continue to love it still today. Although many people consider The Grinch to be too childish; it is one of the best Christmas movies. Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American writer,…

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    Have you ever been accused of something you did not do like the Grinch. The who’s blamed him of destruction of the city. The grinch is not guilty. The grinch gaved all of the present back at the end. The grinch is not guilty of the charges brought against him, nor does he have poor characteristics. He is a caring person because of when he gave the presents back to the who’s. He gives the presents back because of how he felt when he stole the presents from the who's. When he stole the present…

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    Dr. Seuss Research Paper

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    On March 2, 1904 a man named Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was born (Pascal). Theodor Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts (Pascal). Dr. Seuss grew up in Massachusetts and Germany. Dr. Seuss’ parents names were Henrietta and Theodor Geisel (Koehler). Dr. Seuss’ have two sister Margaretha and Henrietta Geisel, but sadly Henrietta died before birth (Pascal). In 1927 Dr. Seuss got married to a woman named Helen Palmer then in 1967 Helen Palmer died of depression (Pascal). After that Dr.…

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    Outwear Trends In The 50s

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    This picture is dated December 1963. My grandma is wearing a knee length full skirted black dress, a fur stole, and a pair of black gloves. Fur stoles were a popular style that emerged in the 1950s outwear trends. Even though it came out in the 50s, it was still a popular outerwear accessory in the early 60s. The mid 1960s Sears catalog is advertising a mink stole (Shih, 1997, p.104). The model advertising the stole is shown wearing white gloves with it, which means that it is more of a formal…

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    Chapter Nine As they entered the hotel and crossed the marble floor, Karolina heard a voice at the far end of the lobby. “Karolina, what are you doing here?” A well-dressed woman in a dark dress with a mink stole adorning her shoulders walked up to Karolina. She and her family were waiting for Sigel to discuss their situation with the front desk clerk. “What a small world it is to be able to see someone from Baden, right here in New York City!” The woman spoke loudly with a slight German…

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    Les Belles Soeurs

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    housewife and will “redecorate the whole house” (Tremblay, 34) allowing her to have a dream. Showing that materialistic items from having money is the only way a woman can achieve her dreams. The rest of the women are jealous of this status and start to steal books of stamps to benefit from the contest (Tremblay, 35). The author portrays the working class as materialistic and are indifferent to others and will damage the relationships with their family to get what they want to make themselves…

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