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  • Internal Conflict: Alexandra Morton's Point Of View

    can relate to. When people can relate to a character’s journey it emotionally attaches them and helps carry them to the characters final decisions. An example of internal conflict is with Alexandra Morton; as mentioned above, her struggle to leave Seaworld was a decision she did not take lightly. As a scientist, she tried to learn everything she could about whales and that is much easier to do when you have 24/7 access to the animals. As her career went on, she noticed the effects of…

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  • Ariana Grande Research Paper

    which performed charitable fund-raising events and raised over $500,000 in 2007. All those causes and charities that Ariana Grande supported shows that she gives back to society. Ariana openly says she is a feminist, vegan and not a supporter of seaworld and told her fan not to support them. Ariana Grande openly expresses herself online about her likes and dislike, many people spread rumors about her being a vegan saying she isn't a true vegan and posting videos of her being…

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  • Reflective Essay 'The Side You Don T See'

    trustworthy person with a lot of their own ethos. For pathos I put in several lines that play upon the reader’s sympathy and make them question SeaWorld’s morality, this may appear to be an Ad Hominem logical fallacy, however, I never directly attacked SeaWorld with my supporting points, I only questioned their actions. Finally, for logos I put in a multitude of facts and even put some calculations as a logical appeal. If your writing is going to be in a public place where people happen to…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Orca Captivity

    do we stand for this? Kidnapped Amusement Where do these creatures come from? They certainly didn't go out of self will to a small confinement and a life of mindless tricks. No, these innocent creatures are taken from their pods. According to Seaworld of Hurt more than 90 killer whales were taken from the sea in 1970. They were separated as infants from their mothers leaving all in tears and ear…

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  • My Trip to Sixflags Essays

    started a huge riot, saying stuff like we still have ten minutes, and they drove a hundred miles to get here. One person even tried to throw his shake at him. Soon the manager had to call security to get us out. After that everyone started to yell that SeaWorld was better. That was it the park had closed and it was time to go home. I was tired and exhausted. I took a shower and went to bed. That was one of the best trips of my life. This trip made me feel that I am lucky to have a family.…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Zoos

    I. Introduction a. Attention Getter: Anthony Douglas Williams once said, “Animals should not require our permission to live on earth. Animals were given the right to be here long before we arrived.” b. Background: According to Wikipedia.com, a zoo is a facility in which wild animals are confined within enclosures displayed to the public for momentary gain and scienticfical and educational purposes. The first zoo was opened for scientific study in 1828 and to the public in 1857, in London called…

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  • The Importance Of Training And Selection Process

    After full time supervisors were able to watch the video(scenario) on how their new role of the assessor was to be used during the interview, I spoke with a supervisor working in the Merchandising Department. It was his first time having to make multiple hiring decisions and he stated the process as “very overwhelming and difficult to say no.” He also went on to say that “it would take a lot of practice to be able to make[have] effective decision making [skills] about hiring applicants with this…

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  • Fear Narrative Essay

    Fearnot-Narrative Fear can ruin your life. Fear is just a mentality. Fear can mean different things to people, it can be the difference between someone not exactly loving spiders, and not hating them and someone having a meltdown every time they see a spider. For some people, a fear can be so stressful and life-crippling that they’ll try anything in their power to avoid their fear even if it means staying at home for days at a time. Fear has the power to prevent people from experiencing the…

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  • Urbanization And Homelessness

    SeaWorld, Disneyland, or sunny beaches are most likely the first images that come to mind when someone speaks of California. However, street corners, dumpsters, or food banks may be what another group of people may think when they hear the name “California.” Out of the 610,042 people in the United States found to be homeless on a single random night in January of 2013, twenty percent (20%) of those people were in California. Another thirteen percent was found in New York and another eight in…

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  • Orca Research Paper

    Imagine a creature of black and white. It's skin shiny with a rubber like texture. It dives through the water and comes back up again breaking the surface of the water. Then when you see one of those, you see another one, and then another! Multiple of these creatures emerge from the ocean. They then dart back into the deep blue leaving you wondering what colossal creature was that? That animal was not a creature of mythology but instead a type of whale called an orca. Orcas have amazing…

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