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    Societal Goals Essay

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    personal, professional, societal and etc. Without goals, the life is aimless and wasted. Goals can be categorized by role. My personal goal is learning how to mush with sled dogs. Besides my personal goal, improving skills in the career as my professional goal. And, my societal goal is having a full-time job by a certain age. I have more than two personal goals in my life. One of my goals is learning how to mush with sled dogs in Alaska. This goal provides me a sense of pride and satisfaction. I had accomplished this goal in the last winter. I had an Alaska trip with my sister in the last winter. It gave a sense of accomplishment. I think excitement as my personal value that has influenced me to have the drive in learning mushing with the sled dogs. During the mushing, I can feel my…

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    repeats that Sam McGee came from Tennessee and that it was really cold outside where they were at. So Sam McGee was complaining a lot of the bad weather. It repeats this idea in different ways but says it a lot. Narrative Poem- I think this poem is a narrative because it is a lot like a short story. It is a lot like a short story because it has characters and a plot. The two main characters are Sam McGee and the guy who cremated him. The plot of the story is how and why Sam McGee was in…

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    1990 from Mt.Redobut was the second worst eruption in Alaska. (“Alaska Volcano Observatory”). The mountains in Alaska are huge they are larger than some skyscrapers. But Mt Spur’s center peak almost hits 15,000 feet but when that mountain had an avalanche and it almost took out half of Anchorage, Alaska. The biggest thing is the history about the volcanoes, since 1760 there has been 240 combined eruptions (“Alaska Volcano Observatory”). The Iditarod is a very important to a lot of people that…

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    Im A Bad Boyfriend Essay

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    encouragement to do things that she would rarely do. When my girlfriend is scared to do something, I make her more scared to do it because I would do or say something to scare her even more. For Example, in a scene, Noah tries to convince Allie to get in the water with her with gentle words of encouragement. My girlfriend is afraid and doesn’t know how to swim so I put her on my back and locked her legs on my side and made her swim with me even without asking or encouraging her saying “it’s…

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    Although, these critics claim over 115 dogs died, during the three decades of this race. At the same time, the Iditarod committee forbids “cruel or inhumane treatment of dogs.” Anyone who has been convicted of animal cruelty, and/or animal neglect, is disqualified from being a musher in the Iditarod. In most US states, keeping a dog outside in freezing weather for more than 12 days, would be consider of animal neglect, but Alaskan animal cruelty exempts that, if its standard dog mushing…

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    The Bee Movie Script

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    BARRY Can’t believe it. I’ll pick you up. Barry sticks his stinger in a sharpener. SFX: BUZZING AS HIS STINGER IS SHARPENED. He tests the sharpness with his finger. SFX: Bing. BARRY (CONT’D) Looking sharp. ANGLE ON: Barry hovering down the hall, sliding down the staircase bannister. Barry’s mother, JANET BENSON, is in the kitchen. JANET BENSON Barry, why don’t you use the stairs? Your father paid good money for those. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 2. BARRY Sorry, I’m excited. Barry’s…

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    I didn’t want to give up anymore. ~~~ Dinner that night was interesting, for the first time, I’d say in about two weeks, we all ate together, well we all sat together. About a year ago I almost fully stopped eating. Now my parents have to make me eat as much as I can take or I just won’t eat. Now you may be thinking. wouldn’t you get hungry after a while? Well, at first I was then after awhile I just got used to it. “How was your trip to the grocery store Iris?” My mother questioned…

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    San Michael Narrative

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    Spending the night was always something common for me to do at my grandparents’ house. On this particular morning it was extremely cold outside. Not the type of cold where you just might want to put on two big jackets. It was the type of cold that made you want to cringe; even the whistle of the wind was harsh to your eardrums. The type of cold that the ligaments of your fingers ached from the chills attacking at them, even they were simultaneously begging you to get them to warmth. Now I was in…

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    of an ideology of authenticity that is frequently combined with an awareness of the genre 's history and development” (Citation). Portugal. The Man’s band members consist of 4 males in their 30s which is consistent with the dominance of rock by white, male musicians. This facet of the rock genre is considered one of the key factors shaping the themes seen throughout rock music. John Gourley, the front man for Portugal. The Man, was born and raised in Alaska, moving from town to town, following…

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