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    around and around. He likes to ride on his toys and push his baby stroller around the house and doesn’t ever have to stop and turn around. Lucas Leon David Brasuell is 20 months old; he is the first grandchild…

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    It’s a private, important conversation between me and Grace.” Mason says “I don’t trust you being alone with Grace.” Grace says, “Maybe later we can talk Lucas. After I calm down, come Maya and Mason lets go get some Dutch Bros.” Mason and Maya walks Grace down the hallway with Grace in the middle. But Lucas didn’t give up, he begged Grace to give her five minutes to explaining. Grace was getting a headache, too much thoughts were going through her mind. The dance is coming up, she still needs…

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    Depression Interview Essay

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    An Interview with Lucas Depression has affected the lives of countless people in this world, and it continues to affect countless more each day. These people, though ridden with extreme suffering, are sometimes the most amazing and sincere you will ever meet. Lucas is a man I’ve known since I was 5, and I have seen him go through one of the roughest types of depression. What follows is and interview and an attempt to dive into the mind of the depressed and consequently, find out the ways one…

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    What television show character are you most like and why? One Tree Hill was a show that I refused to watch. I knew mom’s that were obsessed with this teen show, and that was just not something I wanted to be a part of. So when finals came around last year, I decided it was time to watch One Tree Hill. I loved it. I became invested in the show, the characters and the story line. I could not figure out what it was about the show that made me love it, that made me feel like I related to it so much…

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    *If your a Star Wars fan, odds are you have collection of toys and memorabilia. Some of you may know that when I learned about Death Star day, I took a rough estimate of what I've spent on Star Was in my life. The figure I came up with is in the five figure range. My test tent to lye with vintage material. It took me three years to find a reasonable priced bootleg of The Holiday Special. On another occasion, when episode I came out, I saw that one of the fast food restaurants that was promoting…

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    Dystopian Conformity

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    own future best. Dystopian fiction is a sub-genre under speculative fiction that undermines the fears of society in its given context. In modern dystopias, this is often through the use of a totalitarian government or in an environment of absolute control. However, in a teeming civilization, it may only take an individual to break this conformity. Thus, effective dystopias best express the faults in a civilization of often an oppressed society, by exploring the idea of individuality, a natural…

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    George Lucas

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    The Life of George Lucas George Walton Lucas Jr. is an American born motion-picture director, producer, and screenwriter who originated several of the most popular films in history. This genius usually goes by the name George Lucas. He was born and raised Modesto, a small, quiet, farming town in California’s San Joaquin Valley, just east of San Francisco on May 14, 1944. George Lucas is widely known as the writer of the Star Wars film series,and the Indiana Jones trilogy. All his fame began with…

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    “I don’t know. I’m making this up as I go” said by Indiana Jones, perfectly describes how Steven Spielberg wanted the movie to be charismatic, charming, and funny as he admitted that this was, “the first movie where I actually shot the movie without thinking.” From native tribes and snakes to Nazis, it seems Indiana Jones can’t keep himself out of trouble when it comes to searching for lost treasure. That being said, his adventures are a roller coaster with twists and turns that you would least…

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    The movie I am analysing is Avatar (2009) it is directed and written by James Cameron who also co- produced the movie with Jon Landau , the music was provided by James Horner and the cinematography by Mauro Fiore . The movie grossed of 700 million in the United States alone while international it made over 2 billion making it the highest grossing film of all time. James Cameron began writing the movie in 1994 and was supposed to begin shooting it in 1997 after finishing his other movie titanic…

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    Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed, David Trueba’s 2013 film won five Goya Awards, Spain’s equivalent of Hollywood’s Oscars, after its release and became Spain’s nomination for the category of Best Foreign Film at the 2015 Academy Awards and for good reason. With a meaningful message and an ode to the effect The Beatles had on the world, accompanied with the images of the sun drenched, warm Andalusian landscape and an award winning music score written by Pat Metheny, the film “is both a farewell to…

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