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  • Overland Park Farmers Market Analysis

    Bells on the small shop doors ring all down the street as people walk in and out of the different family owned businesses. They all slowly wander towards the at the beginning of the brick structure at the corner of Marty Street and Santa Fe Drive. The voices of lots of people all mix together in a loud, low hum. The Overland Park Farmers’ Market is flooded. Every once in a while you hear the shrieking of a toddler running through the cold fountain spurting up from the concrete patio break through the hum. Kids sit and draw with chalk on the floor; stepping carefully is a must to avoid little hands. Music notes can be heard floating over the top of the hum. This week’s local band stands center stage and plays outlaw country covers. People spot…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Golf Cart Stories

    all decided to load up on the golf cart, which now had a governor on, which limited the thing to go only 14 mph due to the last accident. Now, we were all playing on our gamecube when we were forced out of the house. (To this day my dad is a bad person) So instead we decided to take the golf cart for a ride. Now, it had been years since the last accident, so I was aloud to drive by my parents. But, not aloud according to my brother. So this time I forced him to let me drive, how? By doing what…

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  • Taos Hum Essay

    my ears were hurting. Something's wrong, this is not known to happen. What is Taos Hum? The Taos hum is about a mysterious low frequency (30-80 Hz) sound that is usually heard at night in the town of Taos. It sounds like a truck starting up but only so many people have heard it. Lots of hearers initially reported the hum with an “abrupt beginning, as if some device were switched on. The side effects are not something you would experience as in, disorientation, nosebleeds, and dizziness. …

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  • What´s The Tao's The Hum?

    The Taos Hum has been heard in many areas, like the United Kingdom, and the United States. As far back as the early 1990s is when the first “ Hum” was heard in west of Taos, New Mexico near Tres Orejas. What is this high frequency noise? What is the “Hum” caused by? I will try and answer those questions in my research paper. All people think differently about the Hum and what causes it, a lot of people think it is caused by Underground UFO (unidentified flying object) Bases. The reason why…

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  • Dreamy Intermediate Hum Analysis

    We, the audience, from the way that the narrator describes his reaction to the sentence, learn that the narrator is faint, and that he is passing in and out of consciousness. In the beginning, it says “the voices seemed merged in one dreamy intermediate hum” (Poe, 1). Evidence, that our narrator is in a dream-like state, which is later explain as unconsciousness. The narrator might feel that he must find out about his surroundings because he wants to find a way out, and it’s a compulsive human…

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  • The Secret Hum Of Daisy Analysis

    You may not know what your destiny is, or where your home will be. Home is where you have your family, friends, and the people you love. Grace is going to find out where her home is and where she belongs. This story is a mysterious and adventurous. The Secret Hum of a Daisy by Tracy Holczer This story takes place in modern day time in California. The author has a serious mood in the exposition. Grace’s mother has just…

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  • The Themes Of Discrimination In Hum By Naomi Shihab Nye

    The topic I am going to discuss is discrimination. The reason I am writing about this topic is because, discrimination is a very important and serious topic in today’s day and age. My theme for my writing is to not judge a book by it’s cover. One of the sources that I will be using is the story Hum by Naomi Shihab Nye. Another source I will be using is a video of a man named Freddie. As you will read, both sources show how people were discriminated in the past and that they are still being…

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  • My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly And Hum

    In “Sadie and Maud”, “My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly and Hum”, and “Negro” all use poetic devices to convey the simple, clear message of being controlled by society and their rules and expectations they have set forth for people. All three poems address this theme, “Sadie and Maud” by Gwendolyn Brooks and “My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly and Hum” by Leonard Adame and “Negro” by Langston Hughes. They all deal with the struggling issues pertaining to society and their standards. In “My…

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  • Hum 105 World Mythology Paper

    | Course Syllabus College of Humanities HUM/105 World Mythology | Copyright © 2011, 2009, 2005 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course provides an overview of mythology and its relationship to ancient and current cultures. The course covers the purposes and types of myths, the development of myths and mythological characters, the common elements of mythological structures, the predominant characteristics of deities and sacred places in myth,…

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  • Hum/111 Week 1 Assignment

    When I first began this assignment, I thought that the question, “Who am I?,” was a very difficult one to answer. However, as I began to answer the question, there came to light some interesting similarities. If I were to categorize each of my answers in terms of gender, age, ethnicity, race, or religion, then I believe I only addressed those with the first and fifth time answering the question. My first answer was, “I am a white male American who attends school and goes to work.” That answer…

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