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    Psychosocial Evaluation: Mr. Udall is a popular author who is very unfriendly and isolated from the people that live around him. He keeps everything neatly and organized. He has a fear of contamination and has to wash and shower with several different bars of soap with hot water. He is seeing a therapist that trying to help him with his disorder. History While talking with Simon he briefly talks about his relationship with his father, but you really don’t how bad the relationship was between Mr. Udall and his father. Which this could have played an important role in while he has OCD. In the movie he has neighbors that don’t like him and thinks that he is stuck up and very cocky, he is homophobic. He as to wear gloves every time that he leave his apartment because of his fear of contamination. He had to do a dance before he can take his shoes off and then he places them by his bed neatly. He sticks with the same routine every day; he eats at the same diner eat morning for breakfast. On his way to the diner he has to make sure that he doesn’t step on any cracks. He has to take his own plates silverware. Environment Mr. Udall lives his daily life in his apartment and isolated from everyone around him. He irritates everyone that he encounters. He is a very wealthy author who has written sixty-six books. He eats at the same diner everyday which he has to sit at the same table each day and brings his own utensils to eat with. He has to have the same waitress each day if he…

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    The central idea of the article is that Marvel ought not to cancel valuable comic books such as “Nighthawk”, which is a “dark and gritty Chicago-based series” (Betancourt para. 2). Although “Nighthawk” is not more popular than "Black Panther" and "Captain America”, but the superhero of “Nighthawk”, a black man who born in Chicago, is exceedingly different from other superheroes. His mission is to “taking on everything from police corruption to gentrification and racism” (Betancourt para.2).…

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    Nighthawk Monologue

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    Nighthawk__Luna I have never written a letter in my life but here it goes. . . I truly don’t know where to start! Bec, I have never met someone quiet like you, you have more kindness in your little finger than most people have in their whole body. I absolutely love the time we spend together in game and I truly can’t wait to spend time together in the real world, even though we both can’t stand the real world haha. We are all so lucky to have you in our lives. You are my destiny role model! You…

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    Edward Hopper’s dark oil painting, Nighthawks inspired me. Nighthawks is something I never want the world to look like. His art inspired me to be the change. The dark colors used made New York City feel like a sad and lonely place. I wanted to change this. The city is bright, loud, and filled with energy and this art goes against what the city is known for. This is related to me because I am not a sad and lonely person. I deviated from the original to show my bright attitude. I used color to…

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    Edward Hopper created the beautiful painting titled Nighthawks. It is made from oil on canvas. He created the painting in 1942 and he was inspired to create it because of a restaurant on New York’s Greenwich Avenue. Fluorescent light came into use in the early 1940’s. Nighthawks is a painting showing four people in a restaurant late at night. The lines in the painting are mostly straight with a few curves. The lines are mostly straight to make the buildings more structured. The shapes are…

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    Have you ever thought about what the government does in its bases? How about how it keeps these bases secure? Have you ever wondered what testing and research the government has kept hidden from the public? These questions and many more have been asked about the mysterious base Area 51. Area 51 interests many people because of its background, what is done there, and the theories surrounding it. Area 51 is protected in many different ways to ensure all of the projects done there are kept secret.…

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    Lockheed Martin Skunk

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    transported more fuel than the A-12 (“Creating the Blackbird”, 2014). The SR-71 was faster than a 0.5 caliber sniper bullet during a 75 nanometer radius turn. The airframe, which was made of ninety-three percent titanium, supported the strength of stainless steel, a proportionately light weight, and was durable at the excessive temperatures, which represented that the aircraft’s leading edges of the airfoil were greater than 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit (“Creating the Blackbird”, 2014). Another…

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    Before I knew it, there were only three months left in my assignment to the PI. Sometimes, I felt like I was there forever; yet every day seemed to provide a new adventure or discovery. We lined up for guardmount like any other shift when I received my Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders. The flight chief was conducting roll call and when he got to my name, I responded as usual with my assigned post, “Nighthawk 13.” Then I was ordered, “Front and Center.” I proceeded to the front of the…

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    end of the year trip. Everyone who passed all their SOL’s earned a free trip to Carowinds. SOL stands for Standards of Learning; it’s a test at the end of a class that helps determine whether or not the student passes the class. Two busloads of kids drove down the interstate on the way to the amusement park. After a two hour drive, the large yellow vehicles pulled into the parking lot. Although the Intimidator was the most exhilarating ride there, it was not the first rollercoaster I rode. The…

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    The Rez Sisters Analysis

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    Highway explains the future he envisions that, “My fellow Canadians [are] searching for this new voice, this new identity, this new tradition, this magical transformation that potentially is quite magnificent. It is the combination of the best of both worlds ... combining them and coming up with something new” (Highway “Interview” 345). Nanabush embodies Highway’s vision as he is able to seamlessly change guises between the seagull, nighthawk and the Bingo Master, characters who have both Native…

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