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    Narrative Essay Soccer

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    One of the great things about soccer is that it is not a school-sanctioned sport. To me this said that I could play another season of soccer with my friends from Socastee and Waccamaw without the normal High School rivalry between these schools. Year after year, the schools pulled pranks on each other, sometimes nothing big, but sometimes something big. I remember my freshman year, when a few guys I knew went over to Socastee and painted their skylight in their commons. When the sun shined into the skylight, it reflected a big WHS onto the floor, talk about a cool prank, but hey they got a free vacation. This season wasn 't just any season though. We had a new coach, and we were also playing competitive soccer. What was competitive soccer? Well it 's a lot different than our normal soccer. Instead of playing the local teams, such as crush, Cesa, and Coast FA, we got to play in huge tournaments against teams far away from here. The game was also a lot more intense; I remember the first game, against Cesa. It was different than anything I have seen, we were getting to play at a college, and against a soon-to-be known rough team. We had started the game, and man these people were violent. We started to retaliate big time, and my friend 's dad was the center referee, John is his name. I sure would have hated to be in his shoe, that 's for sure. It didn 't even phase me how crazy soccer was this year until one of the Cesa’s players spit at our coach 's feet, and got tossed from…

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    easily compared to, one republican and the other democrat- both with drastically different ideals. Both of these toddlers can be categorized as their own forms of demagogues in one-way or another. The ways the two demagogues argue is alarmingly similar to children: One holds the claim that they are inherently better, thus coming to the conclusion that they can do no bad while bad is all their opponents can do. Patricia Roberts-Miller defines demagoguery as “polarizing propaganda that motivates…

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    A satirical video that foreshadows the end of Donald Trump's administration at the hands of special counsel Robert Mueller is being hailed as a cinematic "classic." Not long after Bob Mueller made formal criminal charges as part of his Russian meddling probe in the past election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign, the memes began on social media. However, one creative thinker went a step further and produced a video, "It's Mueller Time! Trump Administration Season Ending," that…

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    The article, originally posted on the Washington Post titled ‘Donald Trump officially becomes Republican nominee for president, capping remarkable climb’ was written by Karen Tumulty, Robert Costa and David A. Fahrenthold and reposted July 19th 2016 on the National Post website. The article announced that Donald Trump was named the official Republican presidential nominee. Donald Trump Jr. spoke for the New York delegation where he was honoured to be able to throw his father (Donald Trump) over…

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    With all of my heart, I know that he will make a great and lasting difference. Donald has a deep and unbounding determination and a never-give-up attitude. I have seen him fight for years to get a project done - or even started - and he does not give up! If you want someone to fight for you and your country, I can assure you, he is the 'guy '. He will never, ever, give up. And, most importantly, he will never, ever, let you down. Donald is, and always has been, an amazing…

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    Donald Trump Evil or Idiotic? Our president Donald Trump has many reasons for people to have animosity towards him. He uses his power for bad and not the good and also uses social media, and press conferences as an outlet to mock and criticize people and countries left and right. One social media outlet he has used is Twitter, a website where you can express your feelings freely without it being a formal way of addressing any situations. He also uses formal press conferences to divulge personal…

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    followers and supporters. This refers that both the leaders and people following are figuratively blind, but with both put together they are powerful and authority. An example of this is in current politics. There are many ideas and theories that Donald Trump says that the public agree or disagree with. Donald Trump is figuratively blind and many people think that he should not be the president of the United States. But the fact is he appeals to people because he thinks and talks different that…

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    Primer Impacto

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    how they blasted the Islamic state with the biggest non-nuclear bomb in the American Arsenal. The bomb was near the Pakistan border and it was a big bomb. President Donald Trump said that the United States are taking the fight with the ISIS. The next news story was that there is a conflict with Syria, there was a gas attack that killed 87 people. When Judy is giving the news the camera really focuses in her profile face and her voice tone is really serious. The next news given is how President…

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    Donald Trump Childhood

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    Hebrides isles of Scotland on his mother's side. All his grandparents, and his mother, were born in Europe. His mother's grandfather was also christened "Donald".[2] Trump's paternal grandfather, Friedrich Trump, first emigrated to the United States in 1885 at the age of 16, and became a citizen in 1892. He amassed a fortune operating boom-town restaurants and boarding houses in the Seattle area and the Klondike region of Canada, during the gold rush.[3] On a visit to Kallstadt, he met…

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    Politicians have it rough. From making decisions to better their citizens, to creating campaigns to stay in office, politicians spend each day to better the lives of everyone as well as maintaining reputable social statuses. After all, the relationship between the people and the office holder determines whether he is worthy to hold this job. However, what happens if a certain action, event, or scandal jeopardizes their position? The answer is straightforward: an effective public political…

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