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    Frozen toes and red ears. Pink windburned cheeks and chapped lips. Can you feel it? The rush of cold winter air over your face. Can you picture it? A winter wonderland with slopes, lifts, and free people. Spotlights shining down on you and illuminating the glistening snow. Sundown, a place people go for thrills and fun during the winter. Not everyone departs with a good memory in mind. If you’re not careful you might leave with a traumatic experience and broken bones. Sundown is a place not too far from here. It is located in Asbury, Iowa. It’s a cold place with warm buildings and greasy food. Not a place for everyone. But a place for someone like me. As you arrive, from a mile down the road you can see the snow twinkling in the light.…

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    Sundown Syndrome, also known as sundowning, is a fairly common “clinical phenomenon” which has no exact definition. It most commonly appears in the elderly with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, and usually occurs in the late evenings and at night. The causes and range of symptoms of Sundown Syndrome are still being debated, but several symptoms, behaviors, risk factors, treatments, and methods of prevention have been identified. People should become more aware of the symptoms of sundowning so…

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    John Carpenter’s original Halloween (1978) premiered at a time when the horror film genre was undergoing distinct changes. As Ernest Mathijs notes in a Flow forum post on the ritual of Halloween horror viewing, monster films and other classic horror were being replaced at the end of the 1970s with “stories about the ‘horror within’, the evil amidst the community.” Some predecessors of Halloween, such as Brian De Palma’s Carrie (1976) and Charles B. Pierce’s The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)…

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    Are their towns that don’t allow blacks to live in their town or let alone be in the town after dark? Well that are what sundown towns are. There are spoken town that are all white on purpose and don’t allow blacks to live there. After watching the injustice files where he went on to find out more about these sundown towns. He had a book with him to help guide him through the city. The book was called the green book safe travels for negroes. It depicts where it was safe for black travelers to go…

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    The author wrote, “ It is sundown and Aquamarine is on a date with Raymond, and they decided to go on a paddle boat ride, but Aquamarine does not know that it is sundown and every sundown she turns back into a mermaid. Luckily, Claire and Haley were there watching them on the paddle boat and warned Aquamarine. When she noticed it was sundown, she paddled the faster she could, Raymond couldn’t even keep up with her. As soon as they got to the docks, he jumped off and got the pool safe and…

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    traditions is that parts of traditions should be maintained unless they are harmful to people. I believe family tradition is important, but in certain cases does not always have to be followed. I can relate to this because being Jewish in my family, an expectation is that for the holiday Yom Kippur every young adult and older fasts. This tradition has been passed down through my family for millions of generations and is one that is followed, but to a certain extent. This tradition entails not…

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    As I got ready to go downstairs, my mom asked me, “Suriya we're going to sundown cafe for breakfast are you coming?” “Mom, did you say sundown cafe,” I asked her back in somewhat a loud voice. She didn’t answer me but I guessed it was going to be a yes. I rushed downstairs. I was dying to go there, because I heard my friend Nisha say that sundown cafe has wifi. “Hurry up, everyone is in the car already,” Nisha said. I said, “ What is the rush, Nisha?” “Do you want to have a race to car,”…

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    black rights. The victims were almost always pulled out of their houses and jailhouses because they either committed a crime against white people or the mob wants to make an example of the African-American people saying that they should not be allowed to have the same rights that whites have. Lynchings began to become extremely prominent in the 1930s and 1940s that they became almost an everyday occurrence and white men began taking their wives and children. Though few in numbers lynchings…

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    Constantine formed a group of Christians known as the Council of Nicea in 325 CE. They usually met to discuss the Christian religion. One of the compromises formed was that of Easter. We commonly see this day as Christ 's resurrection; however, it can be proven that it was not. A biblical day consists of twelve hours and twelve nights(New International Version, John 11:9); the biblical day begins from Sundown to the next sundown (New International Version, Leviticus 23:32).In the book of Luke…

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    The day of Jewish rest Rest, Shabbat in Hebrew, begins at sundown on friday and ends on Saturday at sundown. On Friday night, Jewish families transition from their everyday lives to a more spiritual time where they share dinner together. Tables are set with good dishes and white tablecloths. The tables are placed with candles, wine, and challah loaves, which are needed to perform Sabbath religious rituals. “For six days work may be done; but the seventh day is the sabbath rest, a day for sacred…

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