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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Uganda

    the air near the Ugandans goal. I jumped as high as I could and so did the keeper but we collided mid air very hard and I ended up landing very hard on my back and head on the rocky ground. I was in a lot of pain but we were awarded a Penalty kick. I took the penalty kick and scored and won the game for us making it a 1-0 game. I would later find out that I had a fractured sternum after the…

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  • Socrates Flaws In The Apology

    While reading The Apology, I have learned that Socrates is not actually sorry or apologizing at all. Meletus has bought to the jury several accusations against Socrates and he now has to defend himself to try to avoid the death penalty. When approaching the jury, Socrates announces that he speaks in a plain manner. I would personally take him announcing his way of speaking to the jury as somewhat of an apology, just so they would not think he was careless and disrespectful. He also makes a…

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  • Personal Narrative Soccer Team

    Soccer was one of my first loves in life, so when I was given the opportunity to pass this love on to someone else I jumped at the chance. During the spring soccer season of 2016 I was given the opportunity to coach a competitive U12 girls soccer team. The team consisted of fifteen girls between the ages of ten to twelve. I’ve played soccer for eleven years; in the past, I coached two recreational soccer teams. I figured I was up for the challenge of coaching a competitive soccer team.…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Women's Soccer Team

    I am a native of Ethiopia. The environment I lived in was pessimistic. I grew up holding back on my dreams and not being the best I can be. As I progressed in school, I was always told that I could not make it and that I was weak. Girls do not have that much value in my society; therefore, I was told I had no power and I could not achieve what I sought. I went to a predominately male school. My school had ample opportunities for the majority of the students, but not for me since I am a girl. I…

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  • Dulce Et Decorum Est And The Charge Of The Light Brigade Analysis

    War is a word that usually has a negative connotation associated with it. When people think of war, most will think of death and destruction. However, some people also associate war with self-sacrifice and honour. “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen and “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson are the two poems that can show these two different point of views on war. These two poems share the same topic which is war but each view the topic in its own different way. Wilfred…

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  • Death Penalty

    Should the entire United States use the death penalty? Albert Einstein once said “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people that don’t do anything about it.” This quote speaks true to the society many people live in today. Crimes will be committed everyday, and this will never end. Murders, robberies, auto theft, and kidnapping are all crimes and are committed numerous times everyday. However, something that can change is…

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  • Capital Punishment In Stephen Nathanson's An Eye For An Eye

    Nathanson’s book, An Eye for an Eye, he argues against capital punishment by discussing the problems of the most common argument for the death penalty: the Equal Punishment Principle. He also discusses the problems with sub-category theories of the Equal Punishment Principle: quality/proportional retributivism, and ends by offering the reader what abolishing the death penalty would grant to society. Nathanson believes the Equal Punishment Principle if fallible, because it is difficult and…

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  • The Death Penalty

    The death penalty creates the risk of the execution of someone who is actually innocent? The death penalty is an incredibly divisive subject, and one which will divide opinion until the end of time. There are people on both sides who will fight for what they believe in. They are ultimately fighting for the same thing though; they are fighting for justice. It is a common goal shared by both sides, who want to live in a just world; one where they feel safe and protected. The death penalty, or…

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  • Pros Of Death Penalty Jeopardize The Death Penalty

    Death penalty jeopardize the innocent life. In United States of America in 1976, 138 innocent persons has released from the death penalty. Which may kill the innocent person for a crime he did not committed. For example the court may accuse innocent person to be guilty based on the evidence they got, which sometimes its not enough to determine the criminal or that he could not defend himself enough to convince the judge that he is innocents, furthermore it gives the rich people the upper hand…

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  • Dexter And The Death Penalty

    There are many different aspects throughout our world that are constantly questioned and debated. One huge controversial topic that exists in our society is the death penalty. It has been an ongoing debate based on what is considered morally right and wrong. The television show I have been studying, Dexter, plays a big role in this topic and is considered a very controversial series. This series is about a blood spatter analyst named Dexter who has a little side job as a vigilante, or as the…

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