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    Golden rays of early morning sunshine poured through the glass windows and illuminated my dorm room. I look over to see my friend Andrew attempting to sleep in by pretending to ignore his painfully annoying phone alarm. “Andrew you need to get up and shut that thing off. It’s hardly 8 a.m. and I’m already getting a massive headache.” I nagged at him, “Andrew. Seriously. Now. Get up!” I ready my hand to deliver a perfect “five-star” smack onto his bare back but instead he turns around and faces me, eyes still closed, and tells me he will be ready in five and that I need to make sure the rest of our crew is up. I exit my dorm room and knock on Miguel and Ryan’s room and they are both already ready to go down and eat. As Ryan, Miguel, and I enter…

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    Civilization The Rest

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    In Niall Fergusons book, Civilization the West and the Rest, he makes a case study in Chapter 5 that a contributing factor the success of the West is the spread of consumer goods and ideas, not only in the West, but to the rest of the World. This is shown in two ways; the globalization of Western culture, and the Industrialization that made not only the Western world more connected, but made the rest of the world more connected with the West. Ferguson relates the consumption of Western culture…

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    along a lost path that there wouldn’t be an alternative place to go to. As humans become older, they become less dependent on those close to them. People would then feel lost and where they were living in starts to become feeling like something opposite of what they viewed their home as. In truth, all people have to do is turn back and look at all the people that helped him or her be where they are now in life whether they were good or bad. Lebron James, for example, left his hometown team in…

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    Rest Of The World

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    “[Austria] drowsed in peace in the deep privacy of a hilly and woodsy solitude where news from the world hardly ever came to disturb its dreams, and was infinitely content” was said by Theodor Fischer (148). This quote portrays Austria as a small country that basically shuts itself off from the rest of the world. There seems to be little that could change the country from its isolation and involve it in world problems. Realistically, we, the United States, is unable to cut itself off from the…

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    having an identity and losing herself. Maybe the author did not tell us her name because she cannot distinguish who she really is and her purpose. Charlotte Perkins Stetson the author of The Yellow Wallpaper wrote this short story in the late 1800’s when the “bed rest cure,” was the best remedy for curing any type of sickness and being isolated much like the wife in the story. According to Saylor.org women are “innately weaker,” and “less capable of taking care of themselves.” Women of the late…

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    For the purpose of this assignment, I chose Blue Valley Multi Service Center which is located here in Overland Park, KS. Overland Park is about 40 minutes southwest of Downtown Kansas City. It is part of Johnson County which is a fairly large county. The county itself is drastically different from the KC Metro area because it is known to be a very affluent area, especially the south half of Johnson county. Overland Park itself is one of the highest priced living areas. I chose this location…

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    The Rest Cure Analysis

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    The Rest Cure was developed by Silas Weir Mitchell, an influential American neurologist, in the late 1800’s. This treatment was designed for the cure of hysteria, neurasthenia, and many other mental illnesses. While the treatment was designed for both genders, the rest cure was typically prescribed to more women than men. The “cure” itself typically lasted anywhere from six to eight weeks and involved separating the patient from friends and family, enforcing bed rest upon them, eating a diet…

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    Teachers are the one person who sees children each day when you’re at an infant’s school you generally spend six hours with the same with the same teacher so a teacher can see your behaviour change daily as well as parents and friends. Youth clubs are many places that care workers or people with this kind of job close to their heart, they see many children but as it in a relaxed atmosphere it is easier for the children or younger people to talk to them. Rest bits is a place that if a young…

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    Best Rest Areas

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    need to find the best rest areas. These might be the stops with the best views, good food or clean showers. After a long day of driving, nothing feels better than finding a good place to relax and unwind for a little while. 1. Tamarack Tourist Information Center This rest area is at exit 45 on I-77 and I-64. Located in Beckley, West Virginia, the Tamarack Tourist Information Center boasts of a typical food court and information center. It goes beyond basic amenities with a conference center,…

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    The RIP: Rest In Peace?

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    Rest in Peace? Imagine you’re halfway around the world, being rushed into the emergency room, nobody knows anything about you besides the information on your id. You can’t move or speak, the doctor is observing you, trying to get a diagnostic. the medical staff take your id and begin to input your information on a computer, BOOM! The doctors immediately begin to administer lifesaving treatment. A couple hours later you wake up in a daze wondering what happen. The doctor sits down and…

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