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    wants to miss. There are so many details that are involved in planning the perfect prom. In order to have a successful prom a network of dependable and reliable people are needed to pull it off. For example, at a job strong workers are the ones who step forward to pick up the slack by picking up extra shifts when needed. Another example of a strong worker is being dependable enough to train new workers. Just like being a reliable worker is a good trait in a given organization, it takes a reliable person to pull off a successful prom. You would not want to put a person in charge who is irresponsible. For instance most jobs would not want workers who call in all the time. This puts a strain on all…

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    that seniors in high school look forward to is the senior prom. Truthfully, I never had much interest and had no plans on going to prom mostly due to the fact that I was really bashful and unconfident. Even still, my friends would constantly ask whether or not I was going to attend prom. I would tell them “I don’t know” every time, but since it was finally my senior year, my friends filled me with guilt, saying that I would regret not going to our final high school dance. After constantly…

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    idea of prom but its honestly not worth all of the hype. Prom is not only very expensive, its also way over rated, and a huge waste of time. All of the girls are always worried about who 's going to ask them to be their date. All the guys don’t really care for it but they do whatever they can to make the girls happy and keep them happy. The main issue for girls when it comes to prom is who is going to ask me, or what am I going to wear. They don 't want to wear the same thing as another girl…

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    Sarah suggested I wore a Katniss inspired dress since we were both fans of The Hunger Games. I wanted to be the ‘girl on fire’ at prom. Before prom time a couple of revolutionaries decided to march across every sector of the island and gather people to support their fight against the divisions. Many people united against the small and corrupt government we had and destroyed the barriers between each area. The government had no other option but to negotiate with the rebels and allow them to see…

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    For Jeremiah prom is only four weeks away but he has not yet been able to decide on what he is going to wear for that glamorous night. His date for the night, which is also his girlfriend (Grace), has already decided what type of dress she will wear. The problem Jeremiah is having is that it is very difficult to find a suit that matches Grace’s dress. Therefore, he has to improvise on what he is going to wear the night of prom all the while having some sort of similar scheme as Grace. Jeremiah…

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    “So, I bought the tickets and we both got our tuxes and dresses, and in a what seemed like a century it was finally prom night. So, I made sure I picked her up right on time trying to impress her parents. After a few pictures and awkward talks with John, Mary’s dad, we set off to the prom. About half way through I realized the tickets were not in my pocket.” The bystanders erupted in laughter saying, “Ha classic Steve move”. Mary took over the storytelling stating, “I was heartbroken, I dreamed…

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    Prom Night in Mississippi Reflection Prom Night in Mississippi is a documentary film about Academy Award-winning actor, Morgan Freeman who offers to pay for the senior prom at Charleston High School in Mississippi under the condition that, prom had to be racially integrated. In this film, we view the struggles that are faced and overcome to have a successful integrated prom in 2008. My personal views, emotional connection, previous thoughts, reaction, and what I learned from watching this…

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    up a flyer with the prom picture of him and Kendra in one hand and thrust the microphone forward back into Monty’s face with the other. Monty heard a grunt behind him and turned sharply. Ron and several of his teammates were dragging his unconscious Lance away. It was obvious that Ron wasn’t the only guy who was burned because of Lance. Monty smiled as if nothing was wrong and spoke with ease. “I’m sure everyone knows that all statements are given at more appropriate places than to disturb…

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    people’s lives really are growing up. Emotional scene where Vanessa (soon to be adopted mother), feels Juno’s pregnant stomach for the baby The last key piece of the subgenres iconography is being visually realistic. In all three films, the issues that the protagonists deal with are real life issues, and therefore, the filmmakers choose to depict this issues as real as possible. In order to do so, filmmakers create relatable scenes on real life issues that can be hard to speak about or deal…

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    attained a self realization that would forever change my attitude: insincerity is not only a disguise, but a hindrance to human empathy, understandings, and relationships. The alarm clock rang from the bedside table, I turned over in my bed and aggressively shut off the uninterrupted ringing. Despite the early morning, my phone already buzzed with several missed calls and messages, all of which indicated what day it was. It was finally the day for my senior prom, a soirée under the stars. Most…

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