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  • Argumentative Essay: The Patriot Act

    companies in which “The Court therefore held that law enforcement agencies do not need a warrant to install what is called a "pen register" on a telephone account that records and reports the numbers called and the duration of the calls, but not the content of the conversations” (Barnett). The NSA reason the constitutionality of their whole operations in the basis of the two ruling combined: “The court [reasoning] that the NSA data collection orders [is] constitutional because all they collect is the very information in which Smith tells us that telephone consumers have no reasonable expectation of privacy under Katz” (Barnett). However, Judge Richard Leon of the District Court of Washington, D.C., has called that privacy and the Fourth Amendment, “[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, paper, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures” has been violated (NSA Violates Amendment). Leon notes that although the Smith V. Maryland case ruled that Smith had no reasonable expectation of privacy, time has changed along with technology. The misconception of these cases is problematic as now everyone is a suspect. In the end, “every American is to be treated the way Michael Lee Smith was treated in Smith v. Maryland. But unlike the pen register on his phone line that lasted just a few days, each of us would have pen registers on our phone every day for the rest of our lives” (Barnett). Main opposition to the PATRIOT Act passed after the…

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  • Slang In America By Walt Whitman

    Girl used to mean small boy or girl. The word “girl” was not initially used to refer to a specific gender. It used to mean “child” or “young person” regardless of the gender. Obviously, our language has changed and now girl is gender specific and sometimes age specific. This evolution can often be refered to as slang. Slang is often derived from old words with new meanings or completely new words with new meanings. Because of its unstructured nature, many linguists believe that slang is…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Story Of My First Job

    this happened. I remember getting ready for my first day, I was shaking with excitement and a hint of nervousness. I stepped into my car, started it up and headed to the Morrow Country Store. As I proceeded to walk through the doors into the convenience store, I noticed all eyes were located on me. Even though I was nervous, I smiled and walked behind the counter. When I came around the corner, I was greeted by 2 very friendly employee’s. One of the ladies informed me that I would be shadowing…

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  • The Importance Of Writing As An Art

    are one if you do good research. Prior to this class I used to think that I had to write and rewrite multiple drafts of a paper in order to get it right. I would take the ideas in my outline format and sit down and pen my first draft. Next, I used to write the whole draft, get it critiqued, write another one, and ad infinitum until I got feedback that the writing was ideal or as good as it was going to get. After taking this class I now realize that the draft process is kind of antiquated. The…

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  • Why I Write Research Paper

    But it was not the same drained feeling I got after venting all of my anger. This is good though. Death is not something that one just deals with right away and then forgets about it. This tragedy will stay with me for quite some time. Eventually it will not consume my thoughts and cause me to look at life differently but it will stay with me in the back of my mind. Maybe years down the road when I am teaching a high school English class, I will give my students an assignment that brings…

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  • Zentangle Research Paper

    That’s because their face and their name are stored in separate areas of your left brain. It’s the job of the right side of your brain to recall those images and labels and put them together for you. That’s just one of the benefits of Zentangle drawing over just coloring in an outline on a page. Zentangle exercises those neural connections when you draw the tangles. Creating Zentangle art is really easy and fast. You traditionally work on a small 3 ½”x3 ½” quality paper tile that you can finish…

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  • School Bells Soon To Ring Again Persuasive Speech

    Tea & Biscuits: School Bells Soon To Ring Again by Lee O 'Donovan Summer draws to a close and thoughts in our household turn to the preparation needed to manage a successful return to school. Grocery shopping begins to include the stationery aisle.( My wife is an avid pen collector so our shopping trips always did include a scan of the stationery aisle, but now we stop to look at pens and paper with more serious intent!) We begin collecting new pens and pencils, we buy new back packs and new…

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  • Athens, Oh Wendy's Cameras: Recommendations

    unauthorized access in the Athens, OH Wendy’s location: 1. New POS System By updating the POS system, management will be able to spend more time monitoring other controls. The current control of reviewing the POS system for errors is directly related to issues caused by the outdated system that is being used. The system crashes frequently, which causes delays in operation and reduces the efficiency of the restaurant. These crashes also create additional risks of error in the record of…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Written Communication

    Do you remember the excitement as a child to receive something in the mail? Every day you would run to the mailbox with hopes of getting mail. Children in today’s society don’t know the excitement that comes with the mail. Today’s children will grow up to expect emails, texts, and other forms of technology. What is the true importance of written communication? Some may say that there is none while others wish we could go back in time to when that was the only communication we had. The true…

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  • Competent Oral Discourse Analysis

    Discourse/s Gee (1990) defined Discourse as a “socially accepted association among ways of using language, of thinking, feeling, believing, valuing, and of acting that can be used to identify oneself…of a socially meaningful group…” (Gee, 1990, p. 143, as cited in McCarthy, 2016). Language Register It is important that children learn what Language Register and take advantage as “Competent oral communication requires being able to use a variety of language registers and being able to choose…

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