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Timothy Leary as a Hero

- The term “hero” brings to mind many ideas, many events, and many people. However, one face it generally fails to conjure is that of Timothy Leary. Dr. Leary managed to create a level of infamy few Americans have achieved since this country’s inception; he is the poster-child of the mind-altering hallucinogen LSD and has been labeled by many as the subversive leader of the counter-culture movement of the sixties. Not many people appreciate this great man’s long string of accomplishments, his devotion to scientific progress, or his cheery, irrepressible personality....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Timothy Leary

- Timothy Leary "Turn on, tune in, drop out." That saying has turned into the slogan of Timothy Leary’s mind-expanding movement. Although a graduate of both West-Point and Berkley, and a Harvard professor, these were not his greatest lifetime achievements. Throughout his publicized life, he became the spokesperson of the psychedelic age. His devotion to the belief that LSD and marijuana were gateways to enlightenment resulted in a new church, numerous prison sentences, and a following of both celebrities and the general public....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Tim Leary

- Timothy Leary, also known as ‘Uncle Tim’, ‘The messiah of LSD’, and ‘The most dangerous man in America’, was born on October 22, 1920, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He went to a public high school where he discovered girls and the ability to attract attention from those in authority. After high school he attended Jesuit College Holy Cross, but Tim wasn’t satisfied with Holy Cross, so he took a test to get into West Point. He got very high marks and was accepted. Timothy was very enthused and proud to be at West Point....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Wars - Timothy Findley

- Timothy Findley pieced The Wars together like a giant jigsaw puzzle. When putting a puzzle together, a person must start off on the outside and work his/her way in, slowly adding piece upon piece until a clear overall picture is seen. Readers have to realize that the themes, characters, and setting within this book operate like puzzle pieces; they each weave themselves within the story and within each other. Their connections are the bonds that hold the book together, and one of the bonds at this puzzle's core is madness....   [tags: Timothy Findley]

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The Wars by Timothy Findley

- The Wars by Timothy Findley Many people say that the metal of a man is found in his ability to keep his ideals in spite of anything that life can through at you. If a man is found to have done these things he can be called a hero. Through a lifelong need to accept responsibility for all living things, Robert Ross defines his heroism by keeping faith with his ideals despite the betrayal, despair and tragedy he suffers throughout the course of The Wars by Timothy Findley.      Many times throughout Robert’s life, all those whom he thought were close to him, while he tried stick to his ideals, had betrayed him....   [tags: Wars Timothy Findley Essays]

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The Wars by Timothy Findley

- The Wars by Timothy Findley Justification. Defined as the act of justifying something. To serve as an acceptable reason or excuse for our actions, based on actual or believed information. Throughout the history of not only the modern world, but certainly back to the “barest essentials of reason” our species have made decisions that have effectively shaped our world into what it is today. Or have not. The judgments made in the past may also have been relatively insignificant to a larger picture, but would still be important in one persons or a group of people’s day-to-day life....   [tags: Justifying Wars Timothy Findley Essays]

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Animal Imagery In Timothy Findley's The Wars

- Animal Imagery In Timothy Findley's The Wars Works Cited Missing The abundant animal imagery in Timothy Findley's book The Wars is used to develop characterization and theme. The protagonist, Robert Ross, has a deep connection with animals that reflects his personality and the situations that he faces. This link between Robert and the animals shows the reader that human nature is not much different than animal nature. The animals in this story are closely related to the characters, especially the character of Robert....   [tags: Timothy Findley Wars Essays]

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William Timothy O’Brien's Novels

- William Timothy O’Brien's Novels William Timothy O’Brien has written many stories during his lifetime. The first of which he wrote when he was nine years old. "Timmy of the Little League" was an autobiography of a youngster involved in sports (Myers, 143). As Tim was growing up, he took a break from writing. He began again while serving in the Vietnam war. When he began writing again, he quickly readapted to an autobiographical style of writing. These wartime stories are what has made O’Brien one of the leading writers today....   [tags: William Timothy O'Brien Essays]

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Animal Imagery in Timothy Findley’s The Wars

- Animal Imagery in Timothy Findley’s The Wars Sigmund Freud once argued that "our species has a volcanic potential to erupt in aggression . . . [and] that we harbour not only positive survival instincts but also a self-destructive 'death instinct', which we usually displace towards others in aggression" (Myers 666). Timothy Findley, born in 1930 in Toronto, Canada, explores our human predilection towards violence in his third novel, The Wars. It is human brutality that initiates the horrors of World War I, the war that takes place in this narrative....   [tags: Timothy Findley Wars Essays]

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Psychedelic Drugs and Their Influence on Creativity and Spirituality

- ... He wanted others to be able to express their individuality through religion. Psychedelic drug use is know to alter the users perception of religion, and Timothy Leary was a perfect example of this. After several amounts of experiments and surveys it is apparent that psychedelic drug use has the ability to alter the users sense of creativity, and spirituality. However, their is room for further research on the long-term effects of psychedelic drug use. Most of the studies only record the short-term effects, leaving the long-term effects unknown....   [tags: altered states of consciousness]

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Reaching Understanding through Non-Verbal Communication in Timothy Findley’s “War” and “About Effie”

- Reaching Understanding through Non-Verbal Communication in Timothy Findley’s “War” and “About Effie” The two stories “War” and “About Effie” from Timothy Findley’s Dinner Along the Amazon are both told by the same child narrator, Neil. In each of the stories Neil attempts to make sense of a mystery of the adult world. In “War” Neil tries to understand the adult world of war, and explain why it seems that his father has betrayed him, and in “About Effie” Neil tries to understand the mystery of Effie’s strange need to wait for a man in a thunderstorm....   [tags: Timothy Findley War About Effie Essays]

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Karen Leary Case

- 1. What is your evaluation of Chung's performance. Chung has been operating under what he feels are the established norms for his culture. Ted's relationship with the Taiwanese client exhibits the Chinese management principles of paternalism, particularism, and insecurity. The patron-client relationship is based in a sense of mutual obligation, where the client is expected to defer to Ted's expertise and Ted is expected to trade the account responsibly. (Moorhouse, 2005) Ted also used social networking to establish himself in the community which is expected in the Chinese culture....   [tags: Organizational Behavior Study]

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Vermeer's Hat, by Timothy Brook

- Timothy Brook discusses in his book the aspects of world trade during the 17th century and how through the process of globalization, how regions became as interconnected as we know of today. Most people tend to have this conceptualized idea of what globalization is as well as its process. Throughout my educational career, globalization has always been portrayed as big businesses working together providing different goods and services worldwide. In other words, globalization simply involves big, fortune 500-esque companies and has no involvement from anyone else....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Globalization Explanation]

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The Paradox By Timothy Stobierski

- ... He then goes into detail about who he actually does speak to on the phone and they include a select few callers. They are calls that are necessary to be on the phone and are very important. He also states that he talks on the phone with his mother and that is because mothers will never judge and are very important. Family is often talked to on the phone because the caller does not have to worry about judgement. Most service calls require people to be on the phone, so there is no other option with that, but many are now transitioning to be able too....   [tags: Writing, Communication, Mobile phone, Sociology]

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Timothy Findley's The Wars

- Timothy Findley's The Wars War has been a constant part of human history. It has greatly affected the lives of people around the world. These effects, however, are extremely detrimental. Soldiers must shoulder extreme stress on the battlefield. Those that cannot mentally overcome these challenges may develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder....   [tags: Analytical Essay]

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Did Mrs. O. Leary´s Cow Really Start the Chicago Fire?

- Did Mrs. O Leary’s cow really start the Chicago fire. Some might say that the cow did start the fire, but there are other theories that disprove this theory. The Chicago fire happened in 1871. It was a catastrophic day in Chicago. Even though it was catastrophic and did some really bad things, it also led to industrialization in Chicago, and made Chicago what it is today. Without the fire Chicago might not be the metropolis it is today. What is the Great Chicago Fire. The fire started on October 8, 1871 (Chicago Historical Society).It burned until October 10....   [tags: theory, catastrophic, industrialization]

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Timothy Treadwell: Clinically Insane

- Many people visit parks to see the animals. They will encounter numerous animals snakes, birds, insects, and occasionally a bear. Many people would run away to safety not try to talk or touch them. Timothy Treadwell is a person who on numerous occasions touched the bears and even played with the bear cubs. He was a bear enthusiast who wanted to protect them. He was filming a documentary where he displayed personality disorders, depression, and Attention Deficit Disorder. He has displayed that he has a disorder and is clinically insane....   [tags: Psychology]

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Timothy McVeigh

- 1. Crime and Details Timothy James McVeigh is an American terrorist and a mass murderer who detonated a bomb in front of Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 1995 (Valentine, 2001). This attack led to the death of more than 168 innocent people while many are injured Valentine (2001). People called Timothy “The Oklahoma City Bomber” after launching the attack. This becomes one of the deadliest acts of terrorism attacks in the American history prior to September 11, 2001 bombing (Jaworski & Morris, 2003)....   [tags: american terrorist, crime]

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1st Timothy Analysis

- 1st Timothy Introductory Issues There is a lot of debate amongst scholars about who the author was of this epistle. Some scholars say that it was written by a “Paulinist” which is a follower of Paul who is to be one or two generations from the apostle Paul. Other scholars say that there are many stylistic differences such as; conjunctions, prepositions and pronouns. Many scholars made this argument to be a four pronged pastoral authenticity debate with; historical, stylistic, ecclesiastical, and theological questions about the epistle....   [tags: New Testament, Bible]

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Timothy McVeigh - Patriotic Martyr of Peace

- When Timothy McVeigh was executed for perpetrating the Oklahoma City Bombing, he died as a martyr, though most were blind to the cause. The former Marine had become sickened by the myriad of abuse wrought by the United States government upon its own citizenry. Ruby Ridge. Waco. Who knows how many similar travesties remain secret. McVeigh could no longer idly bear witness to such oppression. The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was blown up not as an attack on the government but as a call to true Americans who were unable to see through the wool being pulled over their eyes by political wolves....   [tags: Criminal Justice]

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Timothy Findley's Realistic Journey in The Wars

- Timothy Findley Creates a fictional world through his novels, where readers can relate to the situations and characters. The protagonists that Findley creates are often similar and connected to the hardships that they eventually encounter and defeat or that which they are defeated by. Findley takes his readers back in time to the First World War, displaying his knowledge of history and research, where the hardships of a young soldier’s battles internally and externally are brought to the reader’s attention in his historical-fiction novel The Wars....   [tags: death, perception, battle]

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Mother and Son in The Wars by Timothy Findley

- World War One or “The War To End All Wars” was one of the most devastating events in the history of humankind. When looking back at such a gruesome war it is understandable that we might dwell on the key battles and tactics, which are often summarized by statistics on death tolls. However, we often forget that statistics create an illusion that warps our perception of death. As Stalin put it “One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is just a statistic”. In the novel “The Wars” by Timothy Findley, the author draws away from traditional war stories by showing a true appreciation for life that truly touches the reader on a human and emotional level....   [tags: Battles, Anguish, Family]

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The War within The War by Timothy Findley

- The War within the War The Struggles in life is something everyone is faced with whether it is physical, emotional mental or personal struggles. These struggles are capable of shaping an individual’s personality and outlook on life. Timothy Findley’s novel The Wars, shows that struggles lead to the character’s ultimate inner struggles, outer struggles and self-discovery. War exists in a person’s physical and psychological aspects. In The Wars, Robert Ross goes to war and fights a personal and physical battle....   [tags: PTSD, personal struggles]

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The Worst Hard Time By Timothy Egan

- ... Since the investors were not receiving their desired return on the land they invested in, they decided to turn to selling the land. Egan said that the investors saw the land as “unloved” and “inhabited,” but Egan goes on to give multiple examples of how the syndicate still tried to sell the land. For example, Egan explains that the investors sent out brochures playing up this land in order to get people to buy it, thus giving the investors the profit they desired. To do this, “twice a month, agents for the syndicate rounded up five hundred people and put them on a train from Kansas City for the Texas Panhandle to see for themselves....   [tags: Dust Bowl, Great Plains, United States, Texas]

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The Marxist Journey in The Wars by Timothy Findley

- The Wars written by Timothy Findley shares a great relation to many of the ideas surrounding postmodern society, thus implementing many of the prominent ideas of the time around politics and societal norms into the plot of the story itself. Findley successfully depicts the plot of the novel taking place in the early 1900's; a time in which the western world was emerging from an industrial revolution, bringing radically foreign ideas on politics in the world, including the materialization of the Marxist political theory....   [tags: theory, economic, revolution]

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Review of Timothy Findley's Novel, The Wars

- Many novels have been written about the great wars, but few are as absorbing, captivating and still capable of showing all the horrors of the battle as Timothy Findley's "The Wars"1. After reading the novel, critics and readers have been quick to point out the vast examples of symbolism shown throughout the novel. Even the author himself commented at the vast examples of symbolism throughout the novel, "Everything in that book has a life of its own. It's a carrier too -- all the objects are carriers of someone else's spirit"2....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Analytical]

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Taking a Brief Look at Timothy McVeigh

- Terrorism is defined as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. Terrorism is occurring all over the world. From a suicide bombing to mass shooting, terrorism has a significant impact on the victimizing citizens. There are terrorists within the borders of the United States. They are fighting for what they believe in from politics, money, publicity, and power. One of the major American terrorist attacks that occurred on the homeland was the bombing of Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City bombing was the worst terrorist attack on the United States until 2001....   [tags: The Oklahoma City bombing, terrorist attacks]

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The Worst Hard Times By Timothy Egan

- ... The second person that was in the story was a newspaper editor John McCarty. He was much known in Dalhart, Texas who had idealized the Dust Bowl tragedy in the 1930s. The third family was the Dawson, Dr. George Dawson he was the doctor in the story with him, and his wife Willie Dawson, who was the most glorious woman living in Dalhart, Texas. She assistants, George with running the hospitals and sanitarian in Dalhart. The fourth person who was the wealthiest man who always carries a $100 bill every time he gamble or something....   [tags: Great Depression, Dust Bowl, 1930s, Family]

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Christopher Gerteis And Timothy S. George

- ... Before the war an intense pro nationalism fascist culture existed in Japan fueled by an idea of racial superiority over the rest of Asia. This idea came crashing down at the conclusion of the second world war with Japan 's defeat. Following the war with the United States in direct control over Japan the country began to rebuild its shattered cultural identity. It did this in many ways but one that stuck out to the authors of the book was a remembrance of the old culture and a drive to modernize “A new postwar “social imaginary,” that modern Japan was fundamentally a peaceful, homogenous, and middle-class society” (Gerteis, 11) This process was done through equating fascism to feudalism a...   [tags: Japan, World War II, Military, Post-War]

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Oklahoma City Bombing: Timothy McVeigh

- The Oklahoma City Bombing was a domestic terrorist bomb attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 19, 1995. It was lead by Timothy McVeigh, an Army veteran of the Persian Gulf War. The explosive was a homemade bomb which was built by McVeigh and the help of Terry Nichols; the bomb consisted of a deadly cocktail and was put inside a rented Ryder truck in front of the Murrah Federal Building . McVeigh then proceeded out of the truck and headed towards his getaway car a few blocks away....   [tags: domestic terrorist, waco siege]

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Photography in The Wars by Timothy Findley

- Photography in The Wars by Timothy Findley "A picture is worth a thousand words," we say. From the eyes and mind of the archivist studying the pictures of Robert Ross' experience with war, they are worth a lot more. The photographs in the epilogue of Timothy Findley's "The Wars" play an important role in Findley establishing both a trust with the reader, and a sense of realism to his war story. This satisfies the need for realism in his tale. The result of this image that is brought forth through the medium of the photograph, is that we are forced to see the "before" and "after" of Roberts "experience" and figure out our way through what is deposited in between: the cause and effect....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Timothy James McVeigh: The Oklahoma City Bomber

- The majority of criminals all have motives or reasons for why they decided to do their crimes, even though they may be categorized as different types of crime. It also might include violent crimes such as those done by serial murders as well as foreign and domestic terrorist attacks such as the Oklahoma City Bombing of 1995. In the following work, I will be discussing about Timothy McVeigh who is also known as the Oklahoma City Bomber and what may have caused him to commit this crime including existing theories to explain why McVeigh decided to plan and execute the bombing of an federal building in Oklahoma....   [tags: American Terrorist]

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The Wars by Timothy Findley

- The Wars by Timothy Findley If you took a sensitive caring person and set them in the midst of a chaotic area, what do you think would, happen. Would these person adapt to this area, and live like everyone else, or would they become a mental mess unable to cope with what is going on around them. This was the theme of the novel The Wars by Timothy Findley, that is exactly what happened. Findley took a sensitive caring individual, Robert Ross and sent him to war. Ross became unable to cope with all of the events that were taking place around him, and eventually went insane....   [tags: Wars Findley Review Analysis]

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Analysis Of Timothy Shriver 's ' Fully Alive '

- ... In the chapter “Pity of Purge” Timothy Shriver talks about the history of the community. In this chapter Shriver takes about the how, Greeks practiced infanticide on newborns with disabilities…” (Shriver 30) and because they were different they were treated as such. At this time no one knew what to do because it was not the norm. In addition to the culture some religious people were also negative. There would be many murders and also those with special needs were given up for adoption. It was not right but people were not able to handle and take of those with special needs....   [tags: Human, Humans, Need, Good and evil]

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The New York Time Article By Timothy William

- ... But so far, the panel’s work has been dominated by the disclosure last March that 14 officers traded racist, homophobic and sexist text messages, a sampling of which were made public in a federal court filing. In San Francisco, Police Chief Greg Suhr has moved to fire eight officers, two of whom have since retired. Six others also are facing some kind of discipline. The texts emerged in federal court six or more in the case of former Sgt. Ian Furminger. And together with and former Officer Edmond Robles both were convicted in a federal corruption trial....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police brutality, Crime]

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Timothy Findley

- Biography of Author Timothy Findley Timothy Findley is a native of Toronto, Ontario. He was born in 1930 and grew up in the Rosedale district of Toronto. Growing up, Timothy Findley knew that he wanted to be an artist of some form. He studied dance and later acting, which had more success. While acting, he met one of his current life long friends; actress Ruth Gordon. Gordon convinced Findley that writing was his real talent and that he should pursue it further with more concentration. So findley gave up acting after his first short story was published in The Tamarack Review to concentrate on his writings....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analysis Of Timothy B. Tyson 's ' The Murder Of Henry Marrow '

- ... Tyson’s monograph purposefully illustrates this grander scheme of hypocritical racism and discrimination through his account of the death of a young black veteran in his small southern hometown. The Civil Rights Movement had sparked over ten years preceding the murder of Henry Marrow in 1970, however, the South still remained heavily segregated and prejudiced towards people of color. While desegregation had been mandated by the government, the vast majority of schools remained segregated in the south....   [tags: Racism, Ku Klux Klan, Racial segregation]

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The Fog of Peception Between Friend and Enemy in The Wars by Timothy Findley

- Within his novel The Wars, Timothy Findley, deconstructs the concept of friend and enemy. Jacques Derrida, the founder of deconstruction stated, “Deconstruction takes place, it is an event that does not await the deliberation, consciousness or organization of a subject, or even of modernity. It deconstructs it-self. It can be deconstructed.” (Mapp, 781). Jacques Derrida believed deconstruction happens on its own, and therefore one does not need to consciously deconstruct a text, as it is an unconscious process that one need not deliberate....   [tags: destruction, allies, soldiers ]

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The Myth of the American Dream Exposed by Niall Ferguson and Timothy Noah

- The Myth of the American Dream Exposed in Niall Ferguson's "The End of the American Dream. How rising inequality and social stagnation are reshaping us for the worse." and Timothy Noah's "The Mobility Myth" The common stereotype of the American dream is a house with a white picket...   [tags: American Dream Essays]

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LSD and the Psychedelic Scene

- ... Once again on April 19th he purposely ingested 250 µg (an extremely small amount) of the substance and tripped the whole way home on his bicycle. From the ‘40s through the ‘60s LSD was experimented with by psychiatrists and the government. While psychiatrists could not find any legitimate medical purposes for the drug, the government determined that it could be used to control large groups of people. In the ‘60s, the drug became very popular with the help of Timothy Leary and it spread around the United States and the United Kingdom like wildfire....   [tags: lysergic acid diethylamide]

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Analysis Of The Article ' Cahokia ' A Pre Columbian American City ' By Timothy R.

- ... Moreover, I found the events that lead to the downfall of Cahokia quite interesting. I was unaware of its fall from prominence due to a multitude of devastating events such as fires and periods of cold non fertile seasons full of droughts. Thus, the fall of Cahokia seemed to be almost like the fall of other grand cities as a result of external causes in addition to some political struggles such as that of Rome. Finally, the fact that most of the inhabitants of the city picked up and left to form new tribes such as Pawnee and Omaha added to my knowledge of this region of Native Americans....   [tags: Indigenous peoples of the Americas, United States]

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The Role the Timothy John Berners-Lee Played in the Production of Modern Communication

- Timothy John Berners-Lee once said “I got in a lot of trouble when somebody called me the creator of the World Wide Web. I got an angry call from somebody who said that was preposterous because I couldn’t have written all that stuff.” That quote brings out the fact that he did not invent it, the military did that, he linked together computers all over the world using a later addition of a program called Enquire. Yet, he still played a huge role in the production of modern communication. Of course, Berners-Lee didn’t know how to program and script and all that good stuff without an education....   [tags: Technology]

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Understanding Percy Shelley Through Timothy Morton's wWithin You Without You

- Nature and civilization have always shared a strong bond and; as seen throughout history, when human interaction challenges this bond a tension between Mother Nature and humankind arises. One job of the poet is to reveal this tension through his or her poetry in an attempt to quell the quarreling. Percy Shelley was one such poet that viewed society as being fractured from nature and throughout his poetry one can find examples of this as well as of the benefits from society becoming synchronized with the world....   [tags: poetry, philosophy, spiritual resonance]

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One With the Animals: Symbolism of the Animals in The Wars

- ... As the war goes on, the reader notices the appearance and thought of Rowena and the rabbits slowly disappearing. “Out of the corner of his eye, he saw a rabbit beside the road. Then he heard a rush of wings. Something exploded. The rabbit disappeared.” (Findley 179) This was the last time Robert sees a rabbit, signifying the innocence once seen with his sister and her love for the rabbits, becoming forever lost within him. “Everything was in there- including the picture of Rowena. Robert burned it in the middle of the floor....   [tags: Timothy Findley's novel]

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The Order of the Illuminati in the 18th Century

- The Order of the Illuminati in the 18th Century The Order of the Illuminati plays apart in everyday life. As it is known for its conspiracies against the government, there are other known leverages that this secret society has. For example, one could be watching entertainment on celebrities such as: Beyonce, Celine Dion, Tupac, Led Zeppelin, Slayer, Pantera, Sublime, &c. As the cameras aim in their direction, someone begins to notice conspiracy-like lyrics about rebelling, hand symbols will be thrown up, and assumptions will begin to be made....   [tags: secret society, satanism]

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LSD and The Counter Culture Movement

- LSD and The Counter Culture Movement      Our brain is an underutilized biocomputer, containing billions of unaccessed neurons. The normal consciousness that we deal with everyday is only one drop in an ocean of intelligence. For thousands of years, man experimented with the fruits of nature with the hope of finding the key to our unconscience. These fruits were revered by man as gifts from the Gods, that allowed us to find a new spiritual and philosophic connection with God. But in the last 40 years there has been huge opposition to these mind-expanding tools....   [tags: Drugs Neorology Drug Essays]

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The Confusions of Pleasure

- Timothy Brook’s book, The Confusions of Pleasure: Commerce and Culture in Ming China is a detailed account of the three centuries of the Ming Dynasty in China. The book allows an opportunity to view this prominent time period of Chinese history. Confusions of Pleasure not only chronicles the economic development during the Ming dynasty, but also the resulting cultural and social changes that transform the gentry and merchant class. Brook’s insights highlight the divide between the Ming dynasty’s idealized beliefs, and the realities of its economic expansion and its effects....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Timothy Brook]

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Robert Ross the Anti-Hero

- Robert Ross’ whole life he grew up in a household where they did what was expected of them, rather than what was right. The type of people that Findley place in Robert’s life is what molds him into the type of character he becomes. Timothy Findley manipulates what a hero is supposed to be, by making Robert Ross a distorted kind of hero. Robert Ross exemplifies anti-heroism throughout the text because of his need to be a savior but inability to do so, his morals and his connection with animals. Robert Ross becomes the anti-hero because of his need of to save others but inability to do so; Robert, himself, is not aware of the fact that all he wants to do is save others because he could not sav...   [tags: Timothy Findley, Character Development]

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The Worst Hard Times

- ... But suddenly, rain halted and wheat prices declined due to the Great Depression,” at the start of 1930s wheat sold for one eighth of the high price from ten years earlier. At forty cents a bushel, the price could barely cover costs, let alone service a bank note.” man’s hubris showed up when nesters desperate to make money and make up for the lost they had, started ripping up every miniscule grass and planted a variety of crops. In 1929, the stock market crash and rain didn’t come throughout the year or the next....   [tags: Timothy Egan, story analysis]

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The Contribution of Set and Lighting to The Smallest Person by Timothy Knapman

- The Contribution of Set and Lighting to The Smallest Person by Timothy Knapman Trestle Theatre's "The Smallest Person" by Timothy Knapman, is a story that leads the audience to questions medical ethics. It is set in both 1824 in Georgian England and modern day England, where it tells the story of Charlie, an ill boy who is missing. His sister Laura knows where he is; but she will only tell the authorities where he is through the story of Caroline. Measuring only 191/2" tall 8 year old Caroline Crachami was a celebrity of her time, paraded around the fashionable salons of London by a travelling showman, she became the darling of Georgian England....   [tags: Papers]

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Psilocybin and its Many Uses

- In the kingdom of Fungi, is a collection of different organic multicellulary eukaryotic organisms. Fuguses are unique from any other life form. They grow in the wild yet they are not plants. They also breakdown and digest animals and plants alike, but they are not animals. Fungi are made up of chitin, a derivative of glucose that is also found in cephalopods, arthopods and crustaceans alike. Similiar to cellulose which is a what plants' cell walls are comprised of, Chitin is a tough material that gives the Fungi its structure....   [tags: Kingdom of Fungi, Organic Multicellulary]

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The Hippie Movement

- When people hear the term hippie, they think of men and woman in loose clothing with flowers weaved in their hair. Although these men and women did in fact wear these things, they left a significant impact on society. Hippies were a part of the Counterculture movement, which basic ideals were to reject the ideas of mainstream society. The movement itself began with the protesting of the Vietnam War. Eventually, the movement was more than just protesting the war. Hippies promoted the use of recreational drugs, religious tolerance; they also changed society’s views and attitudes about lifestyle and social behavior....   [tags: counterculture movement, outlook]

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Oklahoma City Bombing

- Acts of terrorism are carried out due to ideologies that are followed by terrorists. These ideologies do not cease to exist with the apprehension of any particular terrorist that commits one act of terrorism. A clear example to point out is the death of Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda and their beliefs have continued full force despite the apprehension and execution of one of their top leaders. Their beliefs in their ideology will continued to fuel motives for potential acts of terrorism in the future....   [tags: domestic terrorism, Timothy McVeigh ]

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Robert Ross Symbolism in The Wars Book

- Robert Ross is a sensitive, private boy; last person you would expect to sign up to fight in World War One. In The Wars by Timothy Findley, symbols are used in conjunction with Ross’ story to cause readers to reflect on symbols in their own lives, and to allow then to dive deeper into the world of an innocent boy who is placed into a cruel war. The various symbols in The Wars provide for a graphic and reflective reading experience by emphasizing Robert’s connection with nature, his past, and his experiences during the war....   [tags: timothy findley, symbolism, robert ross]

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LSD And The '60s Music Scene

- In the sixties, the psychedelic music scene was at its prime and the world was full of hippies. During this time, drugs were a very popular part of the hippie culture and the prevalence of LSD helped to create the distinct genre of psychedelic music known as psychedelic of acid rock. Many bands and artists such as Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, The Beatles, The Byrds, and Jimi Hendrix, were heavily influenced by LSD, which led to the creation of some great music. This decade was full of adventure, music, sex, drugs, and exploration, which was all made possible due to this powerfully triply drug....   [tags: Psychedelic Music, Woodstock]

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LSD and the '60s Music Scene

- In the sixties, the psychedelic music scene was at its prime and the world was full of hippie musicians that loved to drop acid and create some of the most interesting and innovative music known to man. During this time, drugs were a very popular part of the hippie culture and the prevalence of LSD helped to create the distinct genre of psychedelic music known as psychedelic or acid rock. Many bands and artists such as Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, The Beatles, and The Byrds were heavily influenced by LSD, which led to the creation of some very popular music....   [tags: drugs, hippie culture, psychedelic music]

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The Counter Culture of the 1960's

- The 1950‘s was a time noted for its high expectations and widespread conformity. The children growing up in the 1950’s were from the baby boomer generation. By the 1960’s some of these children began to migrate away from the ways of their upbringings. These children called themselves the Hippies. Even though the Hippie kids had grown up in the richest economy America had ever seen, they sought an alternative lifestyle to the one their parents led.  This trend spread and eventually progressed into a nationwide movement, popularly known as the Hippie Movement....   [tags: hippie movement]

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The Exemplary Hope, Obedience and Care of Paul and Timothy as They Imitate Christ: AN EXEGESIS OF PHILIPPIANS 2:19-24

- ... This emphasis on Timothy’s gifts and specialness serves a dual purpose. Not only does it build up Timothy in the eyes of the Philippians in order that he might be more effective when he visits them, but it also strengthens the foundation that Paul laid earlier in the chapter when he talked about imitating the humble example of Christ. While maintaining a focus on Timothy, Paul has also impressed upon the Philippian readers that it is shameful to seek self over others; they ought to seek after the interest of before their own interests....   [tags: exegesis of Philippians 2:19-24]

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Erika Dyck Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD on the Canadian Prairies

- Erika Dyck Psychedelic Psychiatry: LSD on the Canadian Prairies (Winnipeg: The University of Manitoba Press, 2012). Erika Dyck provides the reader and interesting view of early historical psychological research on LSD, lysergic acid diethyl-amide. This book is composed of Dyck’s  scientific interpretation and dissection of earlier psychedelic psychiatry research by Humphry Osmond, and Abraham Hoffer. A Swiss biochemist named Albert Hofmann dissolved a minimal amount of      d-lysergic acid diethyl-amide in a glass of water and digested this new synthetic drug in April 1943.  Three hours later he begins to feel dizzy and his vision was distorted....   [tags: ysergic acid diethyl-amide, hallucinogen drugs]

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A Brief Look At The Drug Problem

- A Brief Look at the Drug Problem The war on drugs has been an ongoing problem in America for decades and victory is nowhere in sight. Even though there is advertisements about drug awareness every corner we turn people continuously take illegal drugs as if they were essential for survival. Each decade is a new round in the bout with the war on drugs. There is also a new and unusual challenge that is presented every decade. In the past we only had to deal with illegal buying and selling drugs that were not very visible to society....   [tags: Cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country]

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Gender Stereotypes Of The And Eve Within Genesis One Through Three And From Timothy Two

- ... The men hold a higher position than the women within this story. Also the women within this story is created from the man stating that without men there would be no women. This idea of man being created first thus making the sexs uneqaul in the eyes of God is a concept that shaped the writing of Timothy that explores women’s roles within churches. . Women’s roles within churches represents the hierarchy that is explained within Adam and Eve, man were created first and women second. Within the Timothy writing the passage clearly states: ” Let a woman learn in silence with full submission....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Transgender, Adam and Eve]

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The 1960s Countercultural Sensation

- The 1960s counterculture was a cultural sensation which first began to take shape in the United States and from there on it spread throughout the rest of the west. It spread sometime in the early sixties to early seventies. The counterculture sensation began to catch on quickly and it eventually went on to become groundbreaking. Several components contributed in making the counterculture of the 1960s a unique era from the other opposition movements of the previous eras. The post-war baby boom created an unexceptional amount of youngsters who were an integral part of making the counterculture movement....   [tags: war, race, realtions, sexuality, rights, drugs]

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The Rights And Responsibility : Katharine J. Looker And Timothy B. Hallett 's Article, Individual Freedom

- There has been a concern in America that there is a conflict between individual rights and collective or personal responsibility. People believe they have certain constitutional rights that allow them to make their own decisions. But when they decide to make decisions that directly affect another person’s well-being, there becomes an issue. In “Rights and Responsibility” there will be a discussion over recent topics involving the summary of three articles and explanations of passed legislature relating to the issues between personal rights and responsibilities....   [tags: Responsibility, Individual responsibility]

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LSD: Lysergic Acid Deithylamide

- Hallucinogens can alter the mind; it cause changes in mood and cause the user to have unusual thoughts. Hallucinogens do not always cause hallucinations, despite of the name; the user feels false sensations that they only experience. Hallucinogens induce the user to act and say things that they would normally not do. Lysergic acid diethylamide was the first synthetic hallucinogen that was discovered. Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, better known as LSD and was first synthesized by Albert Hofmann on November 16, 1938....   [tags: Drugs ]

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The Chimney Sweeper and London by William Blake and Tich Miller and Timothy Winters

- The two poems “The Chimney Sweeper” and “London” by William Blake, and the two poems “Tich Miller” and “Timothy Winters” are all on a theme of childhood, however, they are set in different eras and so childhood should be very different. Discuss this, comparing and contrasting the poems. As a child, William Blake was a loner. He never socialised with other children and sat by himself reading the Bible. His family were very religious, but did not agree with organised religion. This meant that they never went to church and did all their worshipping at home....   [tags: Childhood in Poems]

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The Trip: Journey To The Center Of Terence Mckennas Inner Self.

- The Trip: Journey to The Center of Terence McKenna's Inner Self. Terence McKenna has become one of the most (in)famous figures in the exploration of psychedelia and its impact on society and technology. Here McKenna espouses his theories on psychedelic mushrooms, virtual reality, shamanism and evolution. This is definitely one of the strangest and most interesting articles I have ever read. At first it seems almost totally incomprehensible and inconceivable, but after reading it over a couple of times with a good dictionary and thesaurus it begins to make sense....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Globalization and Social Change Through Art

- While artistic style is well known to have altered and developed over the course of history, the individual and often secondary objects depicted within a piece of artwork can illustrate just as much about the era of history as the overall style and image as a whole. In the words of Timothy Brooks, the author of Vermeer’s Hat, “If we think of the objects in them not as props behind windows but as doors to open, then we will find ourselves in passageways leading to discoveries about the seventeenth century world that the paintings on their own don’t acknowledge.” Throughout Vermeer’s Hat Brooks does just this as he explores the singular, seemingly unimportant details of a painting to explain...   [tags: vermeer's hat, timothy brooks, artistic style]

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World War II: The Allies' Winning Strategy

- In one of the most crucial campaigns during World War 2, historians try to find the most credible information presented for the Russian campaign. We try to see how a once unstoppable force with highly advanced technology and brilliant commanders could be bogged down in the miserable wasteland of Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union. The perspectives that will be discussed in this paper include Russia’s huge population size and the determination of the people not to give in to the brutal occupation from the invading Germans....   [tags: Megargee, Messenger, Anna Krylova, Timothy Snyder]

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Medicine, Drugs, and the Internet

- Drugs and Cyberspace Since the beginning of time, humans have been searching for the ultimate answer. Throughout many cultures, plants as well as manufactured substances are used both for healing and to broaden perceptions and challenge reality. Drugs are a part of the incessant evolution of the human species towards a higher and greater intelligence, empathy and awareness or consciousness (Rushkoff, 34). Gurus and shaman have eternally incorporated plant chemicals into methods for enlightenment....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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A Look at the Final Chapter of Timothy Glander’s Book, Origins of Mass Communications Research During the American Cold War: Educational Effects and C

- The final chapter of Timothy Glander’s book, Origins of Mass Communications Research During the American Cold War: Educational Effects and Contemporary Implications (2000) stands as a disappointing example of academic research becoming hijacked by the author’s personal opinion. Focusing on the hidden nature of propaganda in American life, his concluding chapter presents a very drastic view of the individuals who crafted the academic subject now known as mass communications. I see the need for investigating the status quo, for digging into the motivations behind the images and data churned out in the mass media, and for questioning the trivia facts that become common knowledge....   [tags: war, cold war]

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Inside the Head of Allen Ginsberg

- Final Essay (Poetry Research) Inside the Life of Allen Ginsberg A very well known and unusual poet of the early 1960's Allen Ginsberg captured many supporters and friends with his literary works. Allen Ginsberg led a very atypical life, and his poems reflect his lifestyle and the lifestyle of those who influenced him. Allen's work is a reflection of his life experiences, the vast influences of his family and friends formed him into the superior poet he was. First, one must understand the world that young Allen was born into....   [tags: Poetry]

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Lsd And Mainstream 1960s Media

- Despite the negative portrayal in mainstream 1960s media, justifications expressed by counterculture activists for further investigation, education and experimentation under government control of LSD were rational and valid arguments. Sex, drugs, protests, war, political upheaval, cultural chaos, and social rebellion; the many comforts TV dinner eating, republican voting, church going, suburbia conformists tried to escape through conservative ideals, town meetings, and The Andy Williams Family Hour....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Comparison John Updikes AP and Timothy OBreins How to Tell a True War Story

- Comparison John Updikes AP and Timothy OBreins How to Tell a True War Story Although the short stories, “A&P,” by John Updike, and “How to Tell a True War Story,” by Timothy O’Brien, are both written in the technique of first person narrative, the two stories are conveyed to the reader in very different styles. John Updike, who was 29 at the time when he wrote “A & P,” narrates his story from the point of view of a 19 year old boy. The narration of the story of “A & P” illustrates the scene of the grocery store in which the teenage boy, Sammy, is a cashier who witnesses everything that goes on during the day....   [tags: essays papers]

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- LSD was invented in Switzerland by Albert Hofmann, a researcher for Sandoz pharmaceuticals. It did not spontaneously appear among the youth of the Western world as a gift from the God of Gettin’ High. The CIA was on to acid long before the flower children. So, for that matter, were upstanding citizens like Time-Life magnate Henry Luce and his wife, Clare Boothe Luce, who openly sang the praises of their magical mystery tours during the early sixties. Henry, a staunch conservative with close connections to the CIA, once dropped acid on the golf course and then claimed he had enjoyed a little chat with God....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Just a Little Talk with Jesus by Charles Reagan

- There have been hundreds of articles written on Elvis Presley, as he was a prominent figure in the late 20th century; most people know Presley as the man who changed the music industry by introducing lewd or suggestive dance moves to the stage. This article, however, focuses on the southern spirituality of Presley. As mentioned in the seventy-fifth and seventy-sixth page of the journal, this is relatively unexplored territory. The article Just a Little Talk with Jesus by Charles Reagan Wilson derives its name from an old gospel song, also entitled “Just a Little Talk with Jesus.” This article begins with the retelling of the “Million Dollar Session” that occurred in December of 1956 at Sun...   [tags: Music, Religion]

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The CIA’s clandestine operation known as Project MKUltra

- The CIA’s clandestine operation known as Project MKUltra, inadvertently transformed the use of LSD from being a highly classified method of mind control into a massively popular drug that, in part, defined the counterculture movement of the 1960’s. While the CIA had no intention to supply the American public with the most potent hallucinogen known at the time , their poorly ran mission to create a foolproof truth-drug created an LSD following and changed it into a prominent entheogen. At that time, issues like the threat of an apocalyptic war with the USSR to the horrifying reports from the Vietnam War to the struggle for civil rights pervaded the minds of many young, disillusioned Americans...   [tags: LSD, mind control, drug]

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Illicit Drugs: Albert Hofmann and LSD

- Most people do not think about all the things in this world that an individual can use that could potentially cause self harm. According to an article published by CNN, there are more than 22 million illicit drug users in the United States alone. Starting from the age of 12, individuals try marijuana, cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants and prescription drugs. A large number of these drugs are misused daily but their original means for creation was to aid health issues. However, because there are addictive qualities associated with the drugs; they tend to change their users completely....   [tags: hallucinogenic drug, psychedelic era]

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Drug Abuse In The United States

- Drug abuse has been a major issue in the United States. It has dated back to the 1800’s. Drug abuse has also been strongly influenced on our youth. Drug addiction has resulted from drug abuse. Drug addiction leads to an increase in crimes due to the cost of many drugs sold on the streets. Drug addiction is a disease which needs medical attention to overcome. There are different types of drugs that are classified in different categories, which will be discussed below. The United States is constantly fighting to control drug abuse....   [tags: crime, psychoactive substances, meth]

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The Many Faces of Aleister Crowley

- Aleister Crowley Many believe that they influence the world, some in greater ways than others, some for better some for worse, but none quite like Aleister Crowley, none hated and slandered more than he and his silent truth. Aleister Crowley, often associated with various groups, had come to know L. Ron Hubbard when he had learned about Hubbard’s friendship with Jack Parsons, who at the time was Master of Agapé Lodge No. 2, one of the American lodges of Aleister Crowley’s Ordo Templi Orientis. Hubbard and Parsons had started a business together and began the ridiculous Babalon Working....   [tags: rock'n'roll, hoax]

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Short Story- Observations of Hell

- Now at the gates of this wretched new domain I observed two prim and spritely characters dressed in a suit and tie and a long red dinner dress. None other than Ronald and Nancy Regan, smiling gleefully, “Just say no!” they chirped in unison. A chill was sent down, the cold emanated through me. The muffled cries could already be heard beyond the crystalline gates, the jagged bars of methamphetamines could barely hold back the anguish of the countless souls ensnared in this pit. My master informed me that none were allowed to speak here, their mouths and nostrils bound, lest they be able to feast of the drugs surrounding them....   [tags: Creative Writing Examples]

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