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    The abandoned society of the norm develops through the disorder of the island and it seems as if piggy’s glasses allows us to have a clue how far they have sunk. “ 'My specs! ' He went crouching and feeling over the rocks but Simon, who got there first, found them for him. Passions beat about Simon on the mountaintop with awful wings. 'One side 's broken. ' (Golding 71)” At the time the glasses broke, Jack and Piggy were arguing during an assembly. That time only one side had been broken. This brought the boys apart by fighting and breaking Piggy’s glasses. “The chief[Jack] led them[Jack’s hunters], trotting steadily, exulting in his achievement. He was a chief now in truth; and he made stabbing motions with his spear. From his left hand dangled Piggy’s broken glasses. (Golding 302)” This particular part is toward the end of the book. Jack and his hunters came to steal Piggy’s glasses. After the fact they had murdered Simon. This had brought the boys apart…

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    Lego Swot Analysis

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    There have been three generations of families that have bought Legos and built with it (Greene). In addition the red and white logo is identified by many. There were 105,000 pieces made every 60 seconds in 2013. In addition the company is one of leading manufacturer of tires (over $50 billion a year). Of course the tires are for Lego tires, not actual size automobiles. A Lego product is sold every 10 seconds. That’s approximately 8,640 Lego products sold every day! This demonstrates the firm’s…

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    stories of the incidents happened in to this town of Golden. During our journey we must note that the whole geological of Golden is tilted and there were mining done here. Let’s start our journey at Red Rocks Park, the Precambrian Basement, around 1.7 billion years ago, when North America is forming along with the formation of the giant continent Columbia. This is proven by the deep marine limestone and the rock is deposited in the subduction…

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    The Choctaw Indians

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    History of the Choctaw Indians of Philadelphia, Mississippi The proud heritage of the Choctaws in Mississippi dates back to the when the Europeans began settling in the 16th century. When the Europeans arrived they found the Choctaw using these principle sources of food: corn, beans, pumpkins, nuts, fruit, fish, bear, and deer. The Choctaw Indians possessed agriculture skills and they were hunter gathers. This allowed the Choctaw to create a strong business relationship with the Europeans…

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    Dakota Access Pipeline

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    K. Rebecca. “The Conflicts Along 1,172 Miles of the Dakota Access Pipeline.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 23 Nov. 2016, www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/11/23/us/dakota-access-pipeline-protest-map.html?_r=0. Accessed 27 Apr. 2017. Cohn, Michael Bennett. "Dakota Access Pipeline Standing Rock Standoff: Behind the Front Lines; Thousands of people have rearranged their lives to protect water rights." Newsweek, 9 Dec. 2016. Science In Context,…

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    pipeline across Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. It is a great fear to the tribe in the Standing Rock Reservation that if the pipeline is to be built in this location near Missouri river a leak is probable. If an oil spill were to happen, it will not only destroy the water supply for Standing Rock Reservation but it would also destroy 50% of South Dakota's potable water supply. The risk is too profound for the sake of all the members of this community and the surrounding environment. It is…

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    Do you ever worry if your family will have access to clean drinking water tomorrow? If your mother or father’s final resting place will be bulldozed, excavated, and defiled? These hypothetical questions posed to you are the realities of the Standing Rock Sioux Native American Tribe right now. The Dakota Access Pipeline debate as to whether or not it should be relocated from the Sioux Native American reservation is presently taking place due to its construction being merely half of a mile…

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    The roles are Provider, Teacher, Bridge-builder, Mediator, Arbiter, Equalizer, Healer, and Witness. I believe that the Veterans who helped out at Standing Rock play the role of a Peacekeeper. The role of a peacekeeper in William Ury’s the Third Side is to provide safety and peace to vulnerable victims that are easily opened for attack. The protestors are easily prone for attack because they are far from where they live and are being watched and monitored by the police who are looking for someone…

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    This semester in history, we talked about many things that I would not think about on a daily basis outside of school. Our lessons made me think in new ways about different concepts. The two things that made me most interested were learning about the Dakota Access Pipeline involving the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the requirements for voting for the President of the United States. DAPL made me more aware of our environment and realize how one thing could drastically affect so many areas of…

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    Dakota Pipeline Controversy

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    There is a current sociological event happening right now, where thousands of people have passed or are passing through the camp of Standing Rock calling themselves water protectors. A 1,200-mile-long pipeline is being constructed by a Texas based energy company called Energy Transfer. The pipeline also known as the Dakota Access Pipeline, is designed to transport 570,000 barrels of crude oil per day from North Dakota to Illinois. The Pipeline project originally proposed to go over the…

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