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    Walking GPS

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    Joys of a Walking GPS A walking GPS is a great device to be able to get you from Point A to Point B no matter where you are traveling by foot. You can use it to give your morning run a new route, a way to walk around a crowded city without getting lost or to be able to travel to new locations across the country and always know where to find everything. Walking is a great form of exercise and when you can get turn by turn directions instead of pulling out a map, a walking GPS can be a tremendous help, too. What a Walking GPS Is A walking GPS is going to be a device that you use to get directions to anywhere that you want to go. It will use satellites to determine where you are. You can then type in a destination and it will give you…

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    Walking In The Late 1800s

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    Walking is a natural task that we must take part in everyday. Before cars were invented in the late 1800’s, our own two feet was the main source of transportation. Since cars and other uses of transportation have evolved, walking has slowly diminished over the years. For the most part, we have brought this problem on ourselves. With everyday construction of new neighborhoods, cities, highways, and roads, we are generating them to be less walker friendly. In today’s world, walking in certain…

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    a little scared because she usually doesn’t go by herself to go walk. She starts walking and she gets about a mile in and her husband Donald suddenly calls her phone. She picks up and he is freaking out asking her if she is okay and why she is out there by herself walking alone, she replies and says yes, I’m fine why are you freaking out so much? She also adds that she must get her exercise in a and she’s dedicated and not skipping a day. He said he just had a bad thought about her and was just…

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    In “Walking and the Suburbanized Psyche” by Rebecca Solnit, the author criticizes both humans and suburbs for the lack of appreciation for walking. She strongly believes that the human mind will become unimaginative if walking continues to be devalued by our society. It was only a couple of decades ago when “walking was a sort of sacrament and a routine recreation”. However, due to the formation and influence of automobiles and suburbs, the activity now has a negative connotation. Suburbs are…

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    suburbanized thinking What have walking become in the technology booming century? Why are there no longer any people walking around the street for pleasure purpose? According to the essay “Walking and the Suburbanized Psyche” by Rebecca Solnit, walking becomes something so irrelevant that no one would want to do it if they do not have to. People will not walk anymore if they do not have to because walking is a sign of weak and poor. Solnit start off by saying that walking had once been something…

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    In the essay “Walking and the Suburbanized Psyche” by Rebecca Solnit, she believes walking was so valuable in the past because “walking was a sort of sacrament and a routine recreation”. People would walk frequently and voluntarily for their own pleasure like by making a date for a walk. Solnit narrates how “urban innovations such as sidewalks and sewers were improving cities” however it had “not yet menaced by twentieth-century speedups”. Solnit calls this period the, “golden age of walking”…

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    The Walking Dead Analysis

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    The Walking Dead: Era of Zombies Living in a real-life zombie apocalypse where your day-to-day endeavors include facing hordes of the undead, dwindling supplies, and encountering dangerous strangers lurking in the woods can make the most formidable characters cower in fear. This show can utilize the horrors of a post-apocalyptic world and create a group of survivors holding on to their humanity a family that will do anything for one another. This is the world of The Walking Dead. There have been…

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    Despite this constant, the makeup and content of these works tend to grow more violent overtime. More specifically, the television show, The Walking Dead, is a depictions of popular violent media. Although arduous, this show has put tremendous effort into creating monsters that appear as malicious as they actually are. The show has consistently created graphic and realistic zombies. In general, the zombies have cyan colored eyes, but other than that feature, their appearance varies wildly…

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    The Walking Dead is classified as an American horror drama television series that focuses on life in a zombie apocalyptic world. For my analysis, I watched season one, episode three, of the walking dead; the setting takes place at a camp and continues to be in various areas of the camp throughout the episode. The camp consists of about twenty people who have all decided to join together, so that they do not have to fight zombies alone; there are many families, but also single men and women. From…

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    communicative experience is positive. Especially, when someone is using their verbal, as well as, nonverbal cues to harass someone. In the YouTube video, 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman, a woman walks around minding her own business, while countless men degrade her through their demeaning word choice, obnoxious whistles, and impolite facial expressions. It is unfortunate that women cannot walk around the streets without being called absurd names or looked down upon. Moreover, Gendered…

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