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    mental stages of dumpster diving, and explains how most of the food he finds is either thrown away, past the expiration date, or is still edible. Aside from food, he also describes the emotional impact that living out of a dumpster can have on a person. When reading this story, It teaches me that from all of the pleasant things in life I take for granted, alongside the other things, I am now taught to cherish what I have because others don't often get to enjoy the nice things in life. Through his experiences, he teaches us how he lived his life through scavenging, how people of today live their lives and informs society of what people take for granted. Eighner first describes his days of scavenging by stating, “I have learned much as a scavenger. I mean to put some of what I have learned down , beginning with the practical art of dumpster diving and proceeding to the abstract”(140, Eighner). Eighner begins saying throughout the reading that dumpster diving is something that he doesn't look down upon or people who are placed in a similar situation. In the reading, he provides us with particular strategies on dumpster diving such as what is good and what is not, where, and when to go scavenging. For example, “Eating safely from the dumpsters involves three principles: using the senses and common sense to evaluate the condition of the found materials, knowing the dumpsters of a given area and checking them regularly, and seeking always to answer the question “Why was this…

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    The group members were walking away from a town that was falling apart as it was getting destroyed by scavengers. After walking a few steps, Lauren writes that, “There were two voices calling from the rubble. Both sounded like women. One was pleading, the other cursing. We located them by the sound of their voices, then Zahra, Travis and I began throwing off rubble—dry, broken wood, plaster, plastic, and brick…”(231).This text shows that the group members placed themselves in possible danger to…

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    Jon Lilly Research Paper

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    He had two lessons planned in case one could not be completed. For instance he arranged both an indoor and an outdoor scavenger hunt because it was snowing, granted he allowed us to attempt the scavenger hunt in the snow. He was so passionate in everything that he did, that is why his students loved him. He could make anything turn into a catchy song to help us remember. What set Mr. Lilly over the edge of all other teachers was what he did the day before Spring Break. Lilly’s Battle Royale…

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    Scavengers Research Paper

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    It's understood that films are viewed with our eyes and heard with our ears but, "Scavengers" is proof that you can also implement taste and smell into film even if the smells and taste are absolutely disgusting. The title, "Scavengers" flew over my head even after the opening summary that states that the main characters of the film were left stranded on a strange planet after communication from VESTA-1 (a spacecraft) was lost. As the animation takes place we learned that the VESTA-1 was…

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    Scavenger Hunt

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    As a Boy Scout I know the many dangers of hiking and camping, I was taught the golden rule of camping and even the Boy Scouts of America’s motto is “Be Prepared.”. The meaning of this motto can mean a multitude of different terms, hence it’s name “Be Prepared”. However, there is a second and even more important rule of an adventurist, letting others know of your whereabouts and your estimated return time. The reason is simple; if you let someone know about where you are going, then your chances…

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    Scavengers Narrative

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    suits (this one was a matte black, it would be invisible in the night sky) appeared out of a panel in the wall and assembled itself around him as he stood holding Loki’s gaze, smiling slightly. “Stand behind me, put your arms around my neck,” Tony instructed. Loki did, and a moment later they were flying. Tony was flying slower than usual, since he had an unarmored companion on his back, but still they were whipping through the sky, almost silently around the mostly-quiet, mostly-dark…

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    Scavenger Hunt Assignment

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    The Online Scavenger Hunt assignment was designed to allow teacher candidates to create an interactive S.T.E.M. activity for students. The assignment included, but was not limited to, finding three websites about a specific science topic. The Water Cycle was chosen for this particular assignment. Engaging science websites and activities were part of the requirement for this activity. Students completing the online scavenger hunt will have to create a final project consisting of all the…

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    The definition of race, and racism, as a ‘scavenger ideology’ stems from the concept that it ‘borrows’ definitions and applications from anything that the ideology can be meaningfully tied to. The concept of ‘race’ draws elements from social constructs such as xenophobia, religious bigotry, nationalism and essentialism; as well as pseudoscientific ‘strains’ of anthropology, biology and eugenics. The basis of a ‘scavenger ideology’ is to be adaptable and versatile by picking up, or abandoning,…

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    Scavengers Monologue

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    to me. I do not want to see someone who I care about being vilified and ostracized and hurt because of me. Can you not understand that?” Steve argued, of course. He could see Loki’s point, sure. But Steve was not afraid of a fight, and hated the very idea of hiding his new romance. He was not in the slightest ashamed of his feelings for Loki. Loki was, in his opinion, a worthy match for any hero. He was proud that Loki wanted him. Loki made his own point over and over, in different words: he did…

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    Scavengers Monologue

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    Loki gently nudged me, bringing me out of my musings. '' What the hell are you thinking?! '' I shouted, standing up, slamming my hands on the table. . '' What are you thinking? '' Loki hissed standing as well, his eyes narrowing dangerously. Looking at us Fury said, '' This is not your decision ''. ‘’Then who’s fucking decision was it? ‘’ I demanded an answer. ‘’ That’s classified ‘’ Fury stated. Classified this, classified that, I hate all the red tape. '' Fuck you Fury, '' I stated…

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