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  • Personal Narrative: My First Career Search

    wildlife and the environment. Even as a young boy, I was very active outdoors and longed to be associated with groups that helped sustain the environment. My family was very active in Scouts. I grew up through the ranks of Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts. Scouts taught me how to not only identify plants and animals, but how to enjoy the wilderness without leaving an impact on it. A passion grew in me to help the environment and love the land I stand on. Rangers of the many parks we visited presented an abundance of education…

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  • Plaintiff Log Case Study

    I. Introduction This is a civil action due to an incident involving a park ranger and UH graduate engineer and his friends at Hawaii State park. The main party being held liable in this civil suit is the UH graduate engineer. Defendant Michael Nishimoto (“Defendant” or “Michael”) argues that this is nothing more than an unfortunate campfire event that accidentally injured Lehua Ching (“Plaintiff” or “Mrs. Ching”), park ranger in her line of duty and he should not be held liable. Also, Defendant…

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  • The Crumple-Personal Narrative

    backward. She crashes into a cinder-block wall and crumples to the floor. I turn to my opponent who laughs at the sight of each of my teammates lying on the ground as they fail to get to their feet. My body tenses with anger as I run at the black ranger, locking my blade with his. “Well well, finally getting your hands dirty, Darling? You always let the bodies drop before you take action don't you?” Dalton taunted, his smirk prominent in his voice regardless of the mask that hides it. I grit…

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  • Violence In Django And The Lone Star Ranger

    This essay will argue that in both Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained hereby referred to as Django and Zane Gray’s The Lone Star Ranger, hereby referred to as Lone Star violence exists due to inept law enforcement. While there are differences in the medium, the violence within them is significant due to how central it is in these works. Moreover, Lone Star depicts violence as it should be for the cowboy or outlaw hero, while Django demonstrates violence as it is in reality, messy and full of…

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  • Bulow Plantation Research Paper

    With such a deep and sincere love of the historical value of the Bulow Plantation, the state park rangers want to share the vast history that once occurred on the 2,200 acres of cleared land owned by the Bulow family. There are several ways the state park rangers promote the land so that as many people can enjoy it as possible. One of the ways they advertise is by attracting active outdoor people to go on the many hiking trails and bicycling trails or for the water lovers to drop a small…

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  • The Practicums: A Career In A Profession

    at peace with one another and enjoy life to each their own and live and embody community ideals because people can’t do it alone. The idea of helping others and servant leadership has something that sprouted naturally and completely organic and I don’t have to try to care about others and most of the time I have to pretend that I don’t care so I don’t feel everything for everyone because that’s exhausting. At Deception Pass State Park, a Park Ranger showed up and answered a few questions and I…

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  • Smoke Signal Short Story

    as the photo from the wallet and a knife in which he cuts his hair with. Thomas shares memories and dreams with the audience by revealing them as stories to the other characters. Thomas is the voice of the story mainly because he has faith in Victor to change his views about his father. Victor ends up realizing Thomas knew his father better than Victor did, which makes the reader wonder if it was Victor that lost his dad and not Thomas. Thomas narrates the beginning of the movie my saying he…

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  • The Lone Ranger And Tonto Fistfight In Heaven

    In literature, authors often portray characters similar to themselves, both in terms of personality and cultural background. This can be done to prove a point, to emphasize a problem that needs to be solved, or simply to entertain a specific audience. Sherman Alexie, a prominent Native American author from a reservation in Wellpinit, Washington, is renowned for his works of this type. He often writes about the struggles of adolescent Native American boys, specifically their struggle trying to…

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  • Analysis Of The Lone Ranger And Tonto Fistfight In Heaven

    The story of “The Lone Ranger and Tonto fistfight in heaven” by Sherman Alexie is not only the title of his published book, but it is also the title of one the chapters in this book; which is found on page 181 of the book. In this short story, he shares events and experiences where he has been racially profiled and thought to be someone he’s not; as well as shares his experience with his trip back home. “The Lone Ranger and Tonto” being the classic story of an American cowboy and a Native…

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  • The Lone Ranger And Tonto Fistfight In Heaven Summary

    Sherman Alexie’s “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven” is a 1993 short story that looks into the life of a Native American man who is depressed after a failed relationship with a white woman in Seattle. Now living alone in the Spokane Indian Reservation, the narrator feels haunted by his past and affects him in daily interactions. The majority of the narrator’s views are negative and his own race is seen as divided from America, even when Native American home is America the narrator…

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