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    famous musician. After being released from prison, Manson met with Dennis Wilson and the Beach Boys to try and advance his career in music. The Beach Boys did end up recording one of Mason’s Songs, which appeared on the B-side of the 20/20 album as “Never learn not to love”. Soon after, Manson met Terry Melcher, who Manson thought would help advance his music career further. Melcher never ended up helping Manson which made Manson very angry (Sever, Brion). Also, after being released from prison, and a failed music career, in 1967 Manson began to scout the streets of San Francisco, to recruit people to be part of his “family”. This “family” began to bond together due to their belief in antiestablishment philosophy, drug use, and a strong devotion to Manson by believing he was Jesus Christ. By the end of the 1960’s, Manson’s “family” had grown to over one hundred people (Sever, Brion). On August 9th 1969, Manson rallied up his four most loyal people to go to 10050 Cielo Drive in Los Angeles and kill the people inside. Manson believed that Terry Melcher still lived there, and wanted him and his family killed because Melcher never helped Manson with his career in music. However, Melcher didn’t live there anymore, instead actress Sharon Tate, her husband and director Roman Polanski occupied the home. That night the four loyal members went to that address and killed Sharon, her unborn baby and four others that were visiting the residence at the time. Polanski was out of time at…

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    Tragedy in America, homegrown terrorist bombing has had a tremendous impact on the lives of Americans. Do you remember approximately twenty and a half years ago when domestic terrorist attacked America? On April 19, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was blown up by domestic terrorist and ex-Army decorated soldier, twenty-seven year old, Timothy McVeigh and his co-conspirator and ex-Army buddy, Terry Nichols. McVeigh raised in western, New York…

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    she will spend the rest of her days wishing she would have been born earlier so that she could have lived in the nineties. April 19, 1995 at 9:02 am the United States was taken by surprise. A truck bomb exploded near the north wall of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “I remember it like it was yesterday, such a sad sad day in Oklahoma well in the U.S. It will be a day no one will ever forget.” Was what Verla Rowe said when she was asked about that day. Many ask who…

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    parents until their divorce in 1978, after their divorce he mainly lived with his father during his school years. McVeigh 's nickname was "Noodle", he was a scrawny, nonathletic loner which left him a target for neighborhood bullies (Linder 2006). He began to develop an interest in weapons in his preteen years spending his time forming his marksmanship skills by shooting holes in soda cans. By the age of 14, his interest began to focus on survivalism preparing for a possible nuclear attack or…

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    McVeigh worked for Burke Armored Car in Buffalo, New York. McVeigh also worked in a sporting goods store in Lockport, New York. In 1988 McVeigh seeking a more fulfilling career enlisted in the United States Army. It was during his 13-week infantry training in Fort Benning, Georgia he would meet Terry Lynn Nichols. McVeigh and Nichols would later experiment on making explosives that were used on the Murrah Federal Building. Assigned to the First Infantry Division, Second Battalion, Sixteenth…

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    Pratchett - Thinking, Impulses, Actions, and Consequences In the book Jingo written by Terry Pratchett, Pratchett uses characters to provide insight on issues in society, more specially how Kennedy’s assassination relates to issues in society. The main commentary that Jingo makes is an insight on problem solving. The majority of the time solving problems people jump to conclusions and have naive opinions. This can lead to reckless and negligent fighting. Often times people have hindsight of…

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    THE HOUSE ON 81st STREET It was a day like any other but today it was special Halloween night October 31st, 2016 I lived in a nice house on the end of the block with my mom and my cousin Baekhyun it was a nice neighborhood despite the house on the end of the block it was a big house but really old the wood was rotten and there is weeds everywhere and the paint is chipped. I live right across from this house and every full moon I look out my window before I go to bed and I will sometimes see…

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    Terry Kelly is from St. John’s, Newfoundland and at the age of one, he was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a disease that left him blind. He made music since childhood and record five full-length recordings. His enthusiasm and determination gained recognition as an athlete, award-winning singer, songwriter and entertainer. On Remembrance Day, he was at ta drug store in Nova Scotia and the store owner announced for everybody to take a moment of silence to remember our troops. But he saw one man…

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    Leonardo DiCaprio speaking Shakespearean dialogue, love or lust, and illegal drugs, become a strange product when put together, but are the base of Luhrmann’s film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The adaptation Romeo + Juliet is a film adaptation of Shakespeare’s original, but set in a modern day Miami like city. The characters use guns instead of swords, but still speak in Shakespearean English. This film’s modernization of everything except the dialogue caused it to be misunderstood. However,…

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    Blaustein entertained himself with professional wrestling, traveling across the country to film would-be grapplers on their way up. The film also includes former superstars on the skids and legends on their way out. Blaustein’s film is sincere; everything else is up for grabs. Blaustein leaves the footage to draw conclusions and assign significance, always returning to his own question: What kind of man makes a living running another man 's head against a turnbuckle? All kinds, the film argues,…

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