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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    1) Can you touch on the late season push the Rangers pulled off to take the division and how they managed to do it? How will that carry over to the playoffs? The Rangers have been hot in the back end of the season, and there are many factors that go into that. I think the first thing has been the moves that GM Jon Daniels made at the deadline. Going out and getting Cole Hamels has been absolutely huge, as it gives them an ace to trout out there every fifth day. They also got Southpaw Jake…

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    The struggle of Native Americans in the United States was highlighted through an author who relates to them as well. Sherman Alexie is a Native American who wrote many books and one in particular was “The Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven” as it became a screenplay “Smoke Signals.” Both book and the movie showcase the lives of Native Americans living on the reservation. The reservation is more of isolated land and they are the only ethnic group of people living there. As they go through their…

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    Wildlife ranger Aline Masika Kisamya Kisamya, along with her female cohorts, proved this when they passed the strenuous selection process and rigorous training to become Virunga rangers. Being a ranger in Virunga’s paramilitary conservation brigade is not only one of the most prestigious jobs but also one of the most dangerous jobs in Eastern Congo (Hatcher). In fact, “Since 1996, more than 150 Virunga rangers have been killed in the line of duty (Hatcher). It being such a dangerous job, the…

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    The Lone Ranger Story has several instances where racism occurs and so does the documentary as well. Both of these when dealing with racism also tends to include stereotypes as well. Alexie states, "He looked me over so he could describe me to the police later. I knew the look." (Alexie 15) With this quote in the story Sherman is basically describing a small situation where the main character is simply just walking into the store to buy a popsicle but even in that situation he is still dealt…

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