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    Tenderloin Essay

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    The Tenderloin. Not the type of meat, but the neighborhood that I call home. Tenderloin, San Francisco. The so called “hood,” the place with the highest crime rates and homelessness within the city. From robbery to aggravated assault, it all existed. I grew up in this environment and yet I embraced every bit of it. Yes, I eventually realized that I lived in this neighborhood because of my family’s financial status, but because of my status I had been inspired to go to school and further engage in becoming an individual that is independent and would be able to make a difference anywhere. I learned how to do a lot with the little that was offered to me. By doing this , I had seen the beauty of my community. Having to be aware of walking home…

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    Tenderloin Case Study

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    34,000 households earns less than $15,000 a year. More than half of the neighborhood is listed at below 200% of the census poverty threshold. Distrct 6, which includes the Tenderloin, is home to over 40% of the City’s homeless population. The median household income is just over $29,000 per year, compared to the 2013 citywide median income of $75,000 per year. (Esri 2010) The Tenderloin is also an extremely diverse neighborhood, with more than half of the population being comprised of people of…

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    Addiction. Poverty. Homelessness. This is the Tenderloin of San Francisco. As far as the eye can see are people who have made these very streets their home; people, who at some point in their lives, have gotten brushed aside and forgotten by the rest of the world. The diverse population living here has accepted the dirty streets, the never ending stench, the abundance of drug use, and the constant state of being without a home. Walking down the streets of the Tenderloin in San Francisco is like…

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    grate for at least 6 hours. Also, make sure that the internal temperature must reach 195 degrees F. 7. While doing all the process, make sure you have grill gloves on as you will have to continuously flip the pork belly. A flipping tongue will be of a great help. 8. Now, on the pork belly, brush your favorite BBQ sauce. 9. For pulled pork, you must close the lid, and smoke the belly for another 10 minutes. 10. Once 1o minutes are over, keep aside the pork, mount a sheet of foil, and let it…

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    First Deer Hunting Essay

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    I never can forget the time i killed my first deer with a 243 in rifle season.When i was nine years old .I was hunting with my dad. Hunting is a skill and here is four reasons.Cleaning your gun,your ammo and you got to have your gun ready,clean your blind,gut your deer. In general,cleaning your gun is a hard and slow job.Because you got to get all of the powder out and cleaned.The better it is cleaned the better it will last and the longer it will last the more deer you can kill.You will…

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    rate of woody breast, it’s easy to say that woody breast are mostly found in older broilers than younger ones. As much as 10 percent of boneless and skinless breast meat may show signs of woody breast, according to The Wall Street Journal. During this dilemma in the poultry industry, the broiler companies are hit with an economic impact. Wall Street Journal states “Industry analysts say woody breast eventually could cut into producers’ revenues if breast meat has to be sold at a steep discount…

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    Street Art Essay

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    Most urban cities have street art; San Francisco is no exception from this. Down an alley way in the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin section lies a piece of street art on a wall between two garage doors. The stencil art is capturing featuring a young Asian woman. The flowers – that appears to be roses of some sort are on her head. It is a profile angle of the woman who is seen wearing a floral jacket. As a reader of this art, it is not meant to be an American woman or an American piece of…

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    Lots of restaurants are serving pork tenderloin meals at a reasonable price. However, it would be a lot of fun for you and your family to try out the weeknight porchetta. This may be a classic Italian dish for most people, but this is something that was cooked outside of the box. Adding it with bacon, rosemary and other ingredients would do the trick. The preparation time for the weeknight porchetta meal is at least almost an hour. When it’s delicious, it’s absolutely worth waiting. Final…

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    notable Progressives, Teddy Roosevelt, became the superintendent of the New York City Police Department in 1895. The New York State Senate was then conducting an investigation into police corruption, the Lexow Committee; although, it wasn’t difficult to find. Many high level officials openly acknowledged their tolerance of vice in exchange for bribes. In fact, Police Captain Alexander “Clubber” Williams was questioned by the committee in regards to the 83 brothels that brazenly operated in his…

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    Spring Break Reflection

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    During the Honors Alternative Spring Break trip in 2014, I had the opportunity to meet and interact with the homeless, needy, and drug-addicted populations of San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Volunteering at Glide Memorial Church (GLIDE) thrust me into an environment that was intimidating yet insightful. I was timid at first, unsure of how to interact with people in an area notorious for high crime rates. Entire street blocks were filled with homeless people lying on the ground, and…

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