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Hot Dogs: Hold the Buns

- Hot Dogs: Hold the Buns The stale scent of sweat, dirt, and the scintillating steam of a freshly cooked hot dog waiting to be gobbled up invites fans when stepping into a sport arena or field. The hot dog is one of America’s celebrated entrees whether this deli meat is eaten at a sports event, a picnic, or a family round lunch; but to me, this versatile frankfurter link is more significant. Growing up, my paternal grandmother must have cooked dozens of hot dogs to satisfy my midday cravings as a child, and the memory of grandma serving this meal will thrive....   [tags: Food]

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The Children Hot Dogs And French Fries For Dinner

- Ms. Cortes made the children Hot Dogs and French Fries for dinner. Ms. Cortes cut the children 's hair and then gave them all a bath earlier than normal. Ms. Cortes was patience while she was cutting they children 's hair. Messiah sat still and it took her about 5 minutes to cut his hair. When Nicholas was called into the bathroom to get his hair cut he was watching TV. He did not want Ms. Cortes to cut his hair. When he finally went her he was playing and moving a lot. Ms. Cortes asking him to stop moving several times....   [tags: Bathtub, Bathroom]

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Hot Dogs

- How Hot Dogs Are Made: The Real Story There are many tall tales about the way in which hot dogs are made. I remember when I was a kid, my dad told us that hotdogs are pig fetuses and other bi-products picked up from the floor and thrown into the grinder. To tell you the truth I have thought that ever since I first heard it. It wasn’t until I decided to do a little research on this before gruesome and now pleasant process. First, specially selected meat trimmings of beef and/or pork (just like the meat you buy at the grocery store) is cut or ground into small pieces and placed in a mixer....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Working With Dogs And Dogs

- Thousands of homeless animals are looking for forever homes in America. Volunteering is a great way to give to your community and socialize the animals at the shelters. Working with dogs and cats that have not had good starts in their lives helps them trust again. It helps animals get over the trauma they have had before they went to the shelter. Socializing makes the animal more adoptable and they are given a chance to get forever homes. Volunteer at your local humane society 's and help out the animals like I have worked with in shelters....   [tags: Dog, Neutering, Pet, The Animals]

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University Dogs

- MU Communication Fanatics is a strategic communications consulting firm constructed by Millikin University students and recent graduates. Our goal is to help our clients devise, reconstruct, and achieve their organizational goals through branding, strategic planning, and effective communication. At MU Communication Fanatics we focus mainly on leadership, conflict, decision making, technology, and apply other approaches to organizational communication such as the classical approach, the human relations and human resources approach....   [tags: Corporate Profile]

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On the Backs of Blacks and Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket

- On the Backs of Blacks and Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket        In both Toni Morrison's "On the backs of blacks" and bell hooks' "Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket" the authors attempt to analyze the role and treatment of blacks in motion pictures. Morrison's essay deals with what she calls "race talk", and defines as "the explicit insertion into everyday life of racial signs and symbols that have no meaning other than pressing African Americans to the lowest level racial hierarchy" (Morrison, 1993)....   [tags: Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket Essays]

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Toy Breed Dogs: Pugs

- Pugs are one of the biggest toys breed dogs. (Males, 12-14 Inches 13-20 Pounds, Females, 10-12 inches 13-18 pounds). The pugs are known for their small square shaped bodies and cute wrinkles. They have a heavy coat that sheds seasonally. They come in colors like apricot, black, and silver. Even though the pug being a small energetic dog may seem fun, they can be a challenge to take care of. So before a person can take home a pug he or she should know about their background, their attitudes, and especially their needs....   [tags: origins, care, oldest breed]

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Musical Influence: Bob Marley and The Red Hot Chilli Peppers

- Gradually music has evolved over the generations starting from Mozart all the way to what we listen to today. Some people call music a way of life and how they can’t live without it, that just shows how much music impacts people’s life.. The Red Hot Chili Peppers made their songs to be off there lives or past experiences. While Bob Marley sang about love and peace in the world. Songs from bands or people mostly talk about their experiences. For people they can relate to the music they hear on the radio, pandora, ipods etc.....   [tags: evolution of music over generations]

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Is It A Better Choice For Keep Cats Or Dogs?

- Is It A Better Choice to Keep Cats or Dogs. Nowadays a lot of people have pets at home since they are solitary. Pets can help them to release stress, and enhance their moods. Several studies show the people who have pets live longer than people who don’t. Pets can also help them to build their responsibility and patience. When teenagers spend time with pets, they learn the way to take care of others. There is no doubt that cats and dogs are two of the most popular pets in the world since they are easy to raise and they are adorable....   [tags: Dog, Predation, Cat, Neutering]

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New Pet Care Business At 2 East Ferguson Ave

- Approximately 75 people entered Great Sniffs, a new pet care business at 2 East Ferguson Ave. in Wood River, on May 28 for the grand opening. The owner, Jill Butler of Godfrey, called her opening day “a great success.” Butler said she started Great Sniffs for several reasons, but primarily because she loves animals. “I’ve always loved dogs. I love all animals,” she said. “I’ve always felt a need for more community awareness towards dogs and cats and their issues.” Butler has been working to open Great Sniffs for almost a year....   [tags: Pet, Dog, Bathing, The Dogs]

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The Black Dogs And Black Dog Syndrome

- According to Dictionary.com, black is “lacking hue and brightness; absorbing light without reflecting any of the rays composing it.” and “characterized by absence of light; enveloped in darkness.” (“Black”). Is that what black is. Yes, they’re many different definitions of black but one might say black is the night or black is a color, nothing more, nothing less. Colors are just colors right. There is no better color than the other right. The color black does not equate to other colors on any level....   [tags: Human skin color, Color, White people, Black]

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What Dogs Need

- What Dogs Need People and animals need the same things to be happy and healthy. Just like you, your dog needs food, water, shelter, grooming, health care, and love. Puppy eating.Below shows things, which help dogs to stay happy and healthy. Water For Your Dog ------------------ Your dog needs at least 2 dishes filled with fresh water everyday. One should be in the house and the other should be outside. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- The water should always be kept clean, cool and fresh....   [tags: Papers]

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Childhood Memories of Grandmother and Corn Dogs

- One of the almost romantically intimate experiences that I shared with my grandmother as a child was the ecstasy of eating corn dogs. And it was with surprising frequency, at least during summer months, that I joined in her unmitigated, uncomplicated zeal for her favorite food. Forget the old saw about permissive grandmothers filling their grandchildren with tasty fried treats. My grandmother wanted the corndogs for herself, and it was the privilege of her favor that I was allowed to go along with her down to the park on the Fourth of July or to one of the many bankrupted family farms where an auction had drawn a little crowd, and, always, Corn Dog Jerry and his makeshift plywood stand....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Raising A Puppy : Need For Know Basics

- Raising a Puppy: Need to Know Basics Imagine yourself, chasing around a child who is not one year old yet, with no relaxation, or breaks. If there is no noise, and she is not in sight, you know they are into something they should not be. So there you are, running after the child, doing everything you can, trying to keep her out of trouble. Now, imagine the child walks on four paws, and is instead, identified as a puppy. The change is not so different, now is it. Puppies may be cute and cuddly, but just like children, they come with a lot of responsibility, a godly amount of necessary patience, and a wealth of potential joy just waiting to be discovered....   [tags: Dog, Puppy, Dogs, Water]

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Dysfunctional Families in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams

- Dysfunctional Families in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams Dysfunction and volatility is common amongst families. These families dislike their kin and often resent them. In the play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams, the Politt family does not function as a normal family. Brick, Maggie, and Big Daddy are three members of the family that have the most problems that affect the whole family. Brick, Maggie’s alcoholic husband, is an uncaring man who has no good feelings toward his wife....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Doggie in the Window

- The Doggie in the Window It’s Saturday afternoon, and you are walking down main street doing a little window shopping, when you come across a pet store. As you peer into the window, you see a cute and cuddly puppy just sitting there staring at you, pleading with you to buy him. So you think, “Why not, we could use a new member of the family, and this would be a great surprise.” Buzzzzz. Wrong Answer. The problem with pet stores, is that most of them get their puppies from puppy mills. Puppy mills are commercial mass-breeding facilities, located mainly in the Midwest, that churn out litters of puppies to sell to pet stores....   [tags: Dogs Animals Pet Stores Essays]

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Pseudopregnancy in Dogs

- Pseudopregnancy is a common phenomenon that occurs in the intact female dog that is not pregnant during the diestrus or anestrus time of their estrous cycle. Pseudopregnancy can be characterized by swelling of the mammary glands, swelling of the abdomen, milk production and a change in the female’s behavior such as mothering of objects or other animals, restlessness, aggression, nesting and anorexia, (Hermo, 631). For the subordinate female gray wolf this phenomenon is a typical behavior to take care of the young pups while the alpha female, and only female to mate and give birth to young, is out hunting for food for the pack....   [tags: Domestic Dogs, Wolves]

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Detection Dogs and their Training

- Graham Vest stated, “the one absolutely unselfish friend a man may have in this selfish world….is the dog” at a Missouri trial in 1870, over 500 years after the first instalment of dogs in civil services (Orbaan, 15). Unlike man, canines possess a courageous attribute that does not fail even in the moment of an emergency and will not back down to daily challenges that may arise on the job each day. Law enforcement agencies around the world, both big and small, employ canines to assist officers in the field....   [tags: Dogs, Civil Protection, Patrolling]

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Therapy Dogs

- As the saying goes, a dog is a man’s best friend. The dog is a loving companion to a man. He is happy to go everywhere with his master. He shows his affection for his master by wagging his tail and licking his hand or face. This timeless relationship continues to evolve into new kinds of human-dog interactions that increasingly benefit society. This has led to the belief that dogs can provide company, affection and support to people who are going through a difficult time or who feel lonely. Dogs have aided humans in tasks such as hunting, livestock herding, and guarding....   [tags: seizure dogs, dogs, service dogs]

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Cookies and Hot Chocolate

- "I'm back." Aleks called into the hallway of the creature house with small sneeze escaping after. He shivered as he felt his skin relax to the new heat source. He unbuttoned his coat and practically tore off the layers of wet sticky clothing that stuck to all of the curves on his body. When he received no reply he popped his head into the living room where both the lights and TV were off, which was unusual. Usually someone was sprawled over the sofa with munchies strewn around the floor by now. He was expecting James to be sitting playing a game before dinner or something and Seamus sprawled over the floor begging James to stop trying to beat him....   [tags: hot, sticky, christmas, drink]

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Thermal Stratification of a Hot Water Tank

- For many years, the standard for residential household hot water systems has been an oil, gas, or electrical hot water tank that provides a reliable supply of water at a set temperature. The temperature gradient within the tank was thought to have little significance, as long as the output temperature was constant. It wasn’t until Sharp and Loehrke’s report [36] on the topic was published in 1979 followed by Hollands and Lightstone [37] ten years later that the potential rewards of thermal stratification became apparent....   [tags: hot water, temperature]

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The Legislation of Service Dogs in Hong Kong

- At the beginning of the year 2011, the first guide dog was introduced in Hong Kong which indicated a huge leap in the progress of promoting dog servicing in the region. Meantime, it is expected to provoke a controversial debate on the appropriateness in letting dogs assist in various occupations. The establishment of the issue revealed the requirement for the city to adapt a novel approach in providing social services by using working dogs. In definition, a service dog is a dog that has been trained since puberty by qualified instructors in order to develop a strong sense of obedience and abstinence so that it is capable of providing guidance and service for humans....   [tags: International Law, guide dogs]

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Criminology of Place: Focusing on the Hot Spots

- Criminology of Place Hot spot policing is based on the idea that some criminal activities occur in particular areas of a city. According to researchers crime is not spread around the city instead is concentrated in small places where half of the criminal activities occur (Braga chapter 12). Also, many studies has demonstrated that hot spots do show significant positive results suggesting that when police officers put their attention on small high crime geographic areas they can reduce criminal activities ( Braga, papachristo & hureau I press)....   [tags: hot spot, crime, police, research]

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Dogs

- The results of the study scaled the dogs on five dimensions of behavior temperament: playfulness, curiosity/fearfulness, chase-proneness, sociability, and aggressiveness (De Palma et al., 2005). Dogs living in rescue shelters were assessed as demonstrating a low degree of playfulness, showing distraction by the environment when being enticed to play. The sheltered dogs also scored low on curiosity but, high on fearful behavior. The cortisol levels for the sheltered dogs were significantly higher than the cortisol levels of canines living in households, indicative of stress and anxiety associated with shelter lifestyle....   [tags: Shelter Dogs]

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Working Dogs

- Dogs are very common in the world we know today. Many households have one or more. Dogs are trained to be pets. Not only trained to be pets, dogs are also trained for work. Dogs are getting used more and more in our work environment. House dogs can also be considered a working dog depending on why the dog is there. There are many jobs for dogs. Dogs make a big impact on our working and social lives. There are many different types of work dogs. Some types of work dogs also have different jobs for which they are trained for....   [tags: Training Work Dogs]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Book Of Noble Dogs '

- Thesis Statement Since the commencement of warfare, humans have been using dogs to wage battle. Dogs have been employed in direct combat, for security purposes, for carrying equipment and for unit esprit de corps as the mascot. Today many feel that modern Military Working Dogs are more than equipment; they are Soldiers. Past History of the Military Working Dog Program The dog has been accompanying people into battle since the first cave dwellers domesticated them. They have been used as pack animals, mascots, security as well as in combat roles....   [tags: United States Army, Vietnam War, Working dogs]

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Save More Dogs

- Introduction Buying a puppy from the pet store might be one of the most phenomenal moments in a life. Unfortunately, puppy mills sell their malnourished dogs to pet stores. Puppy mills are huge kennels where pure bred puppies are crowded together in unsanitary housing with no food. Dogs who did no wrong to this world do not deserve to live in these conditions. The amount of puppy mills are increasing and must be stopped by adopting dogs from shelters, not buying puppies from pet stores and putting stronger laws into action....   [tags: puppies, dogs, pet store, pound, animals, pets]

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Treatment of Women in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Frankenstein, and Othello

- When we consider the patriarchal societies presented in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams (1954), Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (1818) and Othello by William Shakespeare (1602), and attempt to draw conclusions between them, perhaps due to the two-hundred years passing amid the texts, the patriarchal society presented in Othello, one which values bravery and honour, as seen in act I scene II, by Othello ascribing Desdemona’s love of him as owing to the “battles, sieges, fortunes that I have pass’d”; contrasts with that shown in Frankenstein, whereby, as Dr Siv Jannsson comments, Shelley reveals the, “confrontation between a scientific pursuit as seen as masculine and a feminine natur...   [tags: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof]

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Response and Summary to the Article “Hot, Flat, and Crowded”

- First of all Tomas Friedman is trying to say that giving energy and giving the ability to produce energy independently in Africa would end many problems. With Africa producing energy independently that would end the ressecion and Africa’s poverty, both normal and energy poverty. Bringing energy to Africa would not end every problem but it would be the first step. Mr. Friedman is saying that none of the problems can be solved in Africa if there isn’t even any power. He’s also saying that not only does Africa have no power, but they also don’t have the ability to continue to produce power even if they were started up....   [tags: "Hot, Flat, and Crowded", Africa, foreign aid,]

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African Wild Dogs: The Lives and Loss of the Painted Wolves

- African Wild Dogs, or Lycaon pictus, are indigenous to many parts of sub-Saharan Africa. They, along with wolves and domesticated dogs, are classified in the kingdom Animalia, phylum Chordata, class Mammalia, order Carnivora, and family Canidae, so all three species share many similar characteristics (Woodroffe & Sillero-Zubiri, 2012). Lycaon pictus translates to “painted wolf,” referring to the unique brown, gold, black, and white mottling of their coats which allows recognition of individuals....   [tags: Lycaon Pictus, Wild Dogs, Sub Saharan Africa]

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Flea Control for Dogs and Cats

- Flea Control for Dogs and Cats Many Americans have a four-legged member of their family in their home. Most people deal with housebreaking problems, pet hair on furniture, and an occasional broken lamp because all the friendly welcomes home outweigh these minor problems. When the weather begins to get warmer, these pet owners begin to cringe with the thought of spring. It can only mean one thing; flea season and the circus of giving flea baths and dips is about to start. But in the past few years, there has been a break through in scientific technology allowing both owners and pets to rest easier....   [tags: Pets Dogs Cats Essays]

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The Misidentification of The Day We Were Dogs

- The Misidentification of The Day We Were Dogs      "The Day We Were Dogs," published in 1993 by Elena Garro, illustrates the common error of misidentification of Magical Realism. The fact that Garro is a Mexican author and that fantasy is so closely related to Magical Realism often causes the reader to associate this particular work with Magical Realism. However, this work also contains fantastic elements as well as sublime characteristics, which make it difficult to classify as a strictly Magical Realist work....   [tags: Day We Were Dogs Essays]

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Identifying The Day We Were Dogs

- Identifying The Day We Were Dogs        Whether or not "The Day We Were Dogs" (1993) is a magical realist story is questionable. Often stories are misidentified because of the closeness of literature such as magical realism, the fantastic, and the sublime. The story leaves a lot to one's imagination instead of presenting it in the text. Elena Garro blends two days and two completely different worlds together in this story. The magical elements depend on how one uses his or her imagination throughout this story....   [tags: Day We Were Dogs Essays]

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Misunderstanding The Day We Were Dogs

- Misunderstanding The Day We Were Dogs       Writers as well as many people make or mislabel stories. Magical, unreal, real, fantastic, and the sublime are just a few types of different labels that a person can use. The different types of stories are amusing and fun. The world is made up of all types of different labels of material for stories that people like to read and enjoy. Elana Garro is one of the Spanish authors who has written stories that have been mislabeled and put with other stories that were listed under the magical and the unreal....   [tags: Day We Were Dogs Essays]

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Lies and Mendacity in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"

- Lies and Mendacity run rampant in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. They help keep the play going and keep it interesting. The play shows us the lies that people tell themselves and other instead of the truth that is hard to accept but must be said. The entire family is involved with lies to Big Daddy and Big Momma, as are the doctors. They tell them that Big Daddy does not have cancer, but only a spastic colon. Brick lies to himself about his feelings for Skipper until Big Daddy forces him to face it. He then understands that he is upset about the way his clean friendship has been misinterpreted....   [tags: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof]

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Analysis of The Hot Zone by Robert Preston

- Analysis of The Hot Zone by Robert Preston The Hot Zone written by Robert Preston is a true story describing twenty-three years of shocking and frightening outbreaks of three deadly, incurable filoviruses: Marburg, Ebola Sudan, and Ebola Zaire. In the book, these highly infectious viruses sweep through Africa with a horrifying and devastating range of effects, killing 50% to 90% of their victims. The filoviruses did not remain in the rain forest of central Africa; they also appeared on the other side of the world in the Reston Primate Quarantine Unit in Reston, Virginia....   [tags: Hot Zone Robert Preston Viruses Essays]

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Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

- Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" In 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' Williams presents the audience with w world of mendacity. Every fibre of the character's being is based on a spectrum of deceit, from self-deception, to exploitation to social lies. The characters' names themselves conceal the irony and deceit, for example Brick, the leading man. The name Brick itself suggests a tough, strong man, but Brick's character suggests a weak, pathetic man who tries hard to forget his past by indulging in a life of alcohol....   [tags: Williams Cat Hot Tin Roof Essays]

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Cattle Dogs

- Cattle Dogs The cattle industry in the past as well as today would be nothing without the help of man's best friend. Herding dogs are the best known working dogs. These unique dogs have an instinct to herd and with the right training will help a farmer or rancher move his herd without any trouble, as long as the dog is responsive to the ranchers hand signals and whistles. The best way to train a dog is to have it work along side an already experienced dog. They are keen, alert, responsive, and extremely intelligent....   [tags: Farming Dogs Agriculture Essays Papers]

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Exploring Pain in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

- Exploring Pain in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof       "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof," written by Tennessee Williams is a brilliant play about a dysfunctional family that is forces to deal with hidden deceptions and hypocrisy.  The issues that this play revolves around transcend time and region.   By 1955 Tennessee Williams was already a well known and respected playwright. Theatergoers, as well as critics, had enthusiastically anticipated the arrival of "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof." Many loved the play, but they had difficulty with the play's resolution....   [tags: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Essays]

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Reservoir Dogs...

- Reservoir Dogs... The first time I saw Reservoir Dogs I knew it was something different (I didn?t see any Tarantino?s films before). It was the first time I payed more attention to the characters dialogue than to the visual appearance of the film itself The dialogues in Tarantino?s films are its more powerful resource. They both tells the story and sets the mood for it. I remember I was reading Stephen King?s ?The Dead Zone. when I got hold of Tarantino?s screenplay for Reservoir Dogs. I left Stephen King for a while and read the screenplay in one sitting (I didn?t get much sleep that night)....   [tags: Movie Film Reservoir Dogs Essays]

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Magical Elements in The Day We Were Dogs

- Magical Elements in The Day We Were Dogs       The short story "The Day We Were Dogs", first published in 1993, was written by Elena Garro. She was born in Pueblo, Mexico, on December 15, 1920. I feel that the story definitely has to deal with magical realism. "The Day We Were Dogs" has too many magical elements that are treated as normal not to be magical realism. However, I also felt that the story has some unreal elements that are not treated as normal. Therefore, I feel that the story may also fit into the genre of fantastic literature, which creates questions about the unreal elements....   [tags: Day We Were Dogs Essays]

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Characteristics of Magical Realism in If Dinosaurs Were Cats And Dogs

- Characteristics of Magical Realism in If Dinosaurs Were Cats And Dogs       "If Dinosaurs Were Cats And Dogs" is a short story written by Colin McNaughton. "If Dinosaurs were Cats And Dogs" was published in 1981. It is classified under the fantastic sublime. However, based on the analysis of "If Dinosaurs were Cats And Dogs" one would believe that magical realism is a genre of the sublime.   While reading "If Dinosaurs Were Cats And Dogs", one comes upon the illustrations in the book. Through out all of the illustrations, the people are on a smaller scale then the animals....   [tags: Dinosaurs Were Cats And Dogs Essays]

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Sublime and Fantastic Elements in The Day We Were Dogs

- Sublime and Fantastic Elements in The Day We Were Dogs      "The Day We Were Dogs" is a short story written by an author born in Puebla, Mexico, in 1993. Elena Garro's major themes revolve around the concepts of time and memory. I do not believe this story is a true example of magical realism; however I do see the sublime and the fantastic used in this story. I think that this story is really a misidentification of magical realism. To start out, I was moved by the way the author talked about a day with two days inside of it....   [tags: Day We Were Dogs Essays]

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Homosexual Theme in Tennessee William's Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

- Homosexual Theme in Tennessee William's Cat On A Hot Tin Roof              In his essay "Come back to the Locker Room Ag'in, Brick Honey!" Mark Royden Winchell discusses several aspects of the homosexual theme in Tennessee William's play Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. Winchell describes the play as subversive because it casts doubt onto the innocence of male companionship, the two most tolerant characters are the most overtly heterosexual characters, and homosexuality is depicted as a personal rather than social or political problem, despite the time period of this play....   [tags: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof]

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Similarities Between Dogs And Dogs

- There are several similarities that dogs and cats share. One being that they both require love and affection from their owners. These two animals are the most common pets in our society to this day. Some prefer the company of a cat, while others are considered dog lovers. I on the other hand am a dog lover. I consider a dog not only a pet, but a best friend as well. I have personally experienced the friendship that forms between an owner and their dog, and I can assure you that I will forever cherish the memories that I, and my dog Cubby have shared in the 16 years we were lucky enough to have spent with one another....   [tags: Dog, Pet, Love, Cat]

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Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket and Seduction and Betrayal

- Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket and Seduction and Betrayal   Toni Morrison and bell hooks share the same views on how white America envisions blacks.  In bell hooks' essays " Seduction and Betrayal" and " Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket" she focuses in on the portrayal of African Americans on the big screen.  In "Seduction and Betrayal"  hooks uses  Spike Lee's Crooklyn to demonstrate how invaluable the life of a black person is.  In " Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket" she claims the Bodyguard and The Crying Game illustrate the notion that blacks, especially black females, are inferior to whites....   [tags: Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket Essays]

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Big Daddy and the American Dream in Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

- Big Daddy and the American Dream in Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof         Tennessee William's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a thought-provoking play that explores human relationships of all kinds. The character of Brick is forced to examine the relationship with his friend, Skipper, his wife, his family, and himself. Other characters, Gooper, Mae, and Big Mama, demonstrate stifling marriage relationships. Big Daddy, though, is one of the most interesting characters in that he illustrates the strange relationship one can have with one's possessions....   [tags: Cat Hot Tin Roof Essays Williams Papers]

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The Domestication of Dogs

- Domestication of Dogs Humans know dogs as a sweet and loving animal that wants to be loved, or also a man’s best friend, but until they were domesticated, they weren’t always like that. Even though many people think that the dogs were domesticated from wolves, not many people truly knows what kind of wolf that the dogs domesticated from. Researchers think that the gray wolf is the primary target of the domestication of dogs. The scientists believe that the dog comes from the gray wolf and the dogs have similar DNA in their body....   [tags: wolves, breeds, dna]

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It is Getting Hot !

- For decades humans have been inhabiting this wonderful planet known as earth. As the years went by, human needs or wants for survival fluctuated greatly . Somewhere within American society the term “efficiency” was introduced and even then before the civil war , America depended greatly on hand labor . After the civil war America’s industry changed dramatically and manual labor was replaced by machines doing the job twice as efficiently ( History of the United States Industrialization and Reform) ....   [tags: Earth, Global Warming, Natural Resources]

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The Boxer vs. The American Staffordshire Terrier

- These two breeds, the Boxer and the American Staffordshire Terrier are a great fit to family life. It been said that dog is man's best friend, and because of this, it makes them great companions. For instance, when an owner tells his dog that he is a good boy, the dog happily wags its tail. Then, there are those times when an owner has to discipline his or her dog; it creeps away with that sad puppy dog look. The Boxer, and the American Staffordshire Terrier; have some similarities, but are different in many ways as to their ancestry, appearance, and health....   [tags: Dogs]

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Evolution of Dogs

- The grey wolf has been transformed into what we, today, call a dog. After years of traveling with humans, the wolf began to change and became adapted and tame enough to socialize with humans. The environment it was placed into was one of the causes for change, and another was the role it played for humans. The most likely scenario for wolves beginning to coexist with humans is that a human hunting party came across a very young wolf cub and decided to take it with them. The wolf cub would have been very puppy-like at an early age....   [tags: Animal Research ]

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History of Dogs

- Miacis was a weasel sized small carnivore that lived forty million years ago in the Eocene Period. Miacis is believed to be the oldest ancestor of the present day dogs. Six forms and millions of years later the wild ancestor of dogs, wolves arrived. The wolves would follow hunters, leading to the hunter's befriendment of the wolves and their domestication. "The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them." States Stanley Coren who is a dog psychologist....   [tags: Animals]

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The History and Science of Dogs

- ... Creating a dog that is highly trainable dog and a superior snout”. All these hybrid breeds are so successful because of how the dogs DNA is formed. The discovery of deciphering the dog genome was discovered by the Researchers at the National Institutes of Health on The Science of Dogs “Every piece of DNA is made up of four different chemical components A, C, T, and G, the dog has 2.4 billions of these letters in the combination known as base pairs. Sequences of the letters ACTG make up thousands of Genes that specify each component of the dog”....   [tags: pets, domestication, breeding]

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Different Types of Dogs: A Shepherd

- ... Soon later the man did buy the dog, soon after renamed the dog Horand. This German shepherd later was named a declared the first ever German Shepherd. He ended up being the father of 84 puppies. These type of dogs used to be much different back in the day, they used to be rough haired with short tails many changed have appeared since then. These dogs mostly became important after World War 1 ended. These doggies used to be called Alsatians; many people in other countries still continue to call the German Shepherds, as we know them Alsatians....   [tags: intelligent animals, breeds]

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Hare 's The Genius Of Dogs

- Before reading Hare’s The Genius of Dogs, I had the misconception that dogs understood the principle of connectivity in the same way as humans. For example, I thought that when I would walk my friend’s dog on his leash, and we would come across a mailbox the dog would know to walk on the same side of it as me. However, for all the walks that I took with the dog I would always have to get him unwrapped from the mailbox until I decided to start pulling on the leash to show him which side to go on....   [tags: Dog, Gray Wolf, Canidae, Reasoning]

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A Dogs Life in Up and Downs

- A Dogs Life in Up and Downs Dog care seems to be one of societies greatest undermined problems as streets begin to become littered with stray dogs. On Average there are 7.6 million animals put into shelters nationwide. A whopping 3.9 million relates specifically to dogs, and to make matters even more precarious 2.7 million are put down. And only 1.3 million are adopted, is it the dog’s fault. Or are humans to blame for not properly caring for them. Dogs have an instinct to reproduce and a fertile dog will reproduce on average once a year and this deals with 4-6 puppies on average....   [tags: dog care, having puppy, shelters, abuse]

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The Price Of Pure Bred Dogs

- The prices of pure bred dogs vary depending on breed, but the average price comes around to about $900 per puppy. For that price, the pure bred puppy should ideally come with the following; three generations of pedigree, titled champions in the pedigree for any specific task, genetically sound hips and joints, healthy eyes, a guarantee refund for a dog with any inheritable diseases or conditions, a promise or a requirement for the return of the dog in the occasion that it cannot be cared for any longer, knowledgeable help on caring for that specific breed of dog, care and grooming information, and a sample of the current food being eaten....   [tags: Dog, Dog breed, Purebred, Selective breeding]

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The History and Evolution of Dogs

- (word count includes Annotated Bibliography) Throughout the world there are many different countries that contain diverse cultures, religions, and life styles. There is however certain aspects within these countries and cultures that acts as a common ground between one another. One dominant aspect is the existence of dogs within these cultures. Dogs are common throughout the world, either as a domestic pet, a protector on a farm, or an assistant for hunting; amongst others. Regardless of the reason for having a dog most people have either owned one for themselves or has known somebody who has owned one at some point in their life....   [tags: Informative Essay, Research Paper]

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Difference Between Dogs and Cats

- Dogs and cats are the most popular pets in the whole world. Even though they’re both very popular, they are different in many ways. Some people gravitate towards the calmness of a cat, while others seek the companionship of a dog. Cats are a lot more independent and less expensive. Cats don’t require nor do they want to be trained to be a house pet. Dogs on the other hand are very loyal and will act as your best friend. Dogs require more attention and training to be a well behaved family member....   [tags: popular pets, animals, dog, cat]

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Anesthesia Sensitivity Of Dogs And Anesthesia

- Typically just after a dog surgery, many vets insist to the owners that, their dog is very sensitive to anesthesia. This statement is said, as they need to put a great effort in controlling the dog and extending their thoughts on the danger. Later we may find, these owners go on to tell their story to others about the idea - anesthesia sensitivity in dogs. Thus, this problem grows and is purported in the society. However, in most cases, it’s simply not the truth. Putting it into simple words that, a sensitivity to anesthesia in dogs is something that actually does not exist....   [tags: Dog, Dog breed, Anesthesia, Pet]

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Common Diseases of Dogs and Cows

- Contents Introduction 2 Diseases in Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) 3 Parvovirus 3 Hookworm 3 Fleas 4 Diseases in Domestic Cattle (Bos Tauris) 4 Bovine Tuberculosis 4 Roundworm 4 Cattle Tick 5 Diseases of the Mountain Chicken (Leptodactylus fallax) 5 Chytrid Fungus 5 Metabolic Bone Disease 6 Diseases of the Superb Starling (Lamprotornis superbus) 6 Avian Salmonellosis 6 Hyperkeratosis 7 Conclusion 7 References 8 Introduction This assessment will cover a range of diseases that affect dogs, cows, the superb starling and the mountain chicken....   [tags: Animal Diseases]

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The Ill Treatment Of Street Dogs

- ‘How comfortable he looked!’ The calm smile on the face of the dog that I had just rescued warmed my heart. Brutally beaten by my neighbor, the dog limped towards me. I rushed this street dog to the veterinary hospital and got him treated for his injuries. Returning home, I felt an urgent need to do something for him and the other dogs, who I believed would meet the same fate. I informed the sector committee, delivered presentations on the ill-treatment of street dogs, and convinced the 350 residents of my locality to create a safer environment for these creatures....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Health care, Medical school]

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Companion Dogs, Making a Difference

- For a number of children with autism having a companion dog is the difference between life and death. Methodically trained guide dogs help create an environment where autistic children are comfortable enough to live a more ordinary lifestyle. Autism spectrum disorder is a major public health problem that is the most common neurological disorder affecting 1 out of every 110 births in the US (Autism Society, 2009). ASDs can range in severity from Asperger Syndrome, a high-functioning form of autism where the child can function relatively well in society, to autistic disorder or classical ASD, which severely inhibits the child’s ability to socialize or communicate (NINDS)....   [tags: Psychology ]

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Why Cats And Dogs Cats

- When you talk to pet owners about owning a cat versus a dog, it stirs up much controver-sy in many ways. By looking at both cats and dogs, the cat outweighs the dog in many ways, which makes the cat the superior selection when making a final decision on which one to get. Cats have very desirable qualities that make them an award winning choice to many owners. The qualities that appeal to most are the ability of the cat to live in small spaces, they do not eat large amounts of food for their meals, and they are very sedentary and independent in nature making them a low maintenance pet....   [tags: Cat, Predation, Dog, Theobromine poisoning]

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Relation Between Humans And Dogs

- relation between humans and dogs. The scholarly article, “Canis sensitivus: Affiliation and dog’s sensitive to other’s behavior as the basis for synchronization with humans?” by Charlotte Duranton and Florence Gaunet, taught me that dogs are able to synchronized their feelings with of their owners. The authors’ state, “Finally, recent studies have shown that dogs were sensitive to their owners’ emotional cues. When the owner was stressed, the behaviors of dogs were affected in a cognitive task, suggesting an emotional contagion […] also found that when con- fronted with a human crying, dogs interacted more with him/her than if the person was just talking or humming” (Duranton and Ganuet, 20...   [tags: Psychology, Emotion, Dog, Biology]

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It's Raining Cats and Dogs

- Shelters all across the United States are filled with yapping, meowing, and barking animals. If these animals are not adopted in time to make room for more unwanted animals, they are euthanized. Animals are breeding quickly, causing fluctuation in the animal population. It is almost literally raining cats and dogs. An effective way to combat this problem is the spay and neuter the animals to ensure they do not reproduce. Spaying and neutering animals will decrease the animal population and prevent many animals from being put into crowded shelters and euthanized....   [tags: Animals, Euthanasia, Shelter]

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Should Dogs Be A Veterinarian?

- When it comes to being a veterinarian, there will always be opposing arguments to your own thoughts. Everyone thinks that they know best for their own animals even when you were actually the one whom completed the eight and plus years of schooling as well as gave yourself around $200,000 of debt to help their animals somewhere in the near future. Of course, it is their animal and you must respect their opinions and choices whatever those may be in the end. However, you can still guide them as best as you can and try to tell them what is best for their animal....   [tags: Vaccination, Vaccine, Vaccination schedule]

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Working Dogs and Handlers

- Working Dogs and Handlers Police officers work with special units that make use of their dogs’ skills. Thornton says, “They work fire scenes; public transportation venues, such as subway stations, train stations, or airports; and large public events that may be the subject of bomb threats. They may also check vehicles or buildings for drugs or other contraband,” (Chapter 28). The Central Intelligence Agency; the U.S Postal Service; the Secret Service; the Drug Enforcement Administration and many more use dogs in their teams....   [tags: legal issues, law enforcement]

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Benefit of Guide Dogs

- Being unable to see is a challenging experience. Living life as a blind person can bring frustration and aggravation because they may not always know where they are going or what is going on around them. Often blind people desire to be independent, but lack the ability to live and travel on their own. Fortunately, there is a solution to this dilemma, without the help of another person. For blind people, having a specially trained dog to support them in their complicated day to day lives is a great option....   [tags: Impact on the Blind]

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Owners' Knowledge of Dogs

- The inadequate knowledge of dog psychology in owners not only unveils their neglect of responsibility, but models their poor assessment in dog behavior pertaining to the individual breed; in addition, it confirms their shortage of precautionary measures to suppress aggression within the dog. In Don Kapp’s “It’s More About Owner Than Dog,” owners overlook their incapacity to meet the desires of the certain breed. When a person acquires an animal, its essential to acknowledge all “responsibility.” And by this, owners must study about the precise breed, it’s personality type and be able train and “socialize” them....   [tags: Aggression, Dog Mauling]

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Fear Vs. Animal Dogs

- Fear versus Aggression in Dogs Many people don’t know the difference in fear reactive dogs and aggressive dogs, which in turn can end fatally for the dog and injure a human without the proper knowledge. In many cases the human doesn’t know the right way to respond to a situation that could easily be solved by giving a fearful dog its space and helping it cope through its own emotions. That’s right I said emotions, unlike humans a dogs emotions are not as complex for them its; fear, joy, anger, relaxation- they live “in the now” as the dog whisperer Caesar Millan would say....   [tags: Anxiety, Fear, Dog Whisperer, Anger]

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The Theory Of Hot And Cold Media

- Marshall McLuhan was a Canadian scholar who had an area of focus in medium theory. His idea that “the medium is the message” is his most famous. Since his death in 1980, technology has advanced considerably making the variety of today’s media increasingly vast compared to the media of his time (Wolf 2004). Nonetheless, his theories can still apply to modern media. Netflix, a provider of on demand Internet media, specifically movies and televisions shows, is one of these new media. His theory of hot and cold media can apply to it, where Netflix as a hot medium, if not used sensibly, can affect one’s perception of the world negatively....   [tags: Mass media, Marshall McLuhan, Sense, Perception]

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Service Dogs for Autism

- As of 2012, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one in 50 children between the ages of six and seventeen has autism spectrum disorder, with males being four times more likely than females to have these conditions (Slaughter 1). Autism is a developmental disorder that affects the brains normal development of social and communication skills. Service dogs are normally used to aid the blind, deaf or hard of hearing, and other types of disabilities. Service dogs have recently been used to help children with autism....   [tags: the most common service assistant animal]

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Dogs Encourage Better Health

- The young royals, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, created headlines last week by revealing the name of their new puppy. Not mentioned in the multitude of stories is how the dog’s presence can affect the health of the future King and Queen. The latest addition to the Royal family, Lupo a four-month-old black cocker spaniel, is an ideal choice of pet for more than his inability to inherit the throne. Medical studies around the world have concluded dogs encourage better health, and adopting a dog statistically boosts the life expectancy of the monarchial pair....   [tags: Animals]

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A Young Boy With Hot Wheels

- As a young boy playing with Hot wheels was amazing. Then I asked if my sister wanted to play but she said “Sorry I can’t play because those are for boys". What I loved to do while playing with hot wheels as a young boy was pretending that I was speeding through highways in fast cars. Traditionally society believes Hot Wheels are meant for boys because cars were recognized as masculine for their dark colors and the power of the engine under the hood. On the other hand, girls like to play with dolls for their form of beauty and the brightness of their colors....   [tags: Gender, Man, Gender role, Automobile]

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Principals of Retailing at Hot Topic

- ... The other annoyance is definitely the mass appeal Hot Topic has been experiencing lately amongst anyone wanting to be “edgy”. I know from a business standpoint this is beneficial expanding their customer base but for the throngs of loyal customers this has been incredibly vexing. Overcrowding is a major issue since most Hot Topics are minuscule along with the idiocy of some people who now shop there I know completely avoid the Hot Topic in Poughkeepsie due to the migraines of having to deal with these morons....   [tags: merchandise, economic, customer service, ]

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The Climate Of A Hot Dry Season

- The climate in Zambia is describes as tropically hot but not unpleasantly hot, except in the valleys. There are three seasonal that occur annually, the cool dry season takes place between May and August, frost can occur through some parts of the country during the cool season. A hot dry season occurs from September to November, it’s then followed by the warm wet season from December to April which is when most of the annual rainfall occurs. The high humidity makes this the most uncomfortable time of the year....   [tags: Agriculture, Food security, Nutrition]

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Review Of ' The Hot Zone '

- I find this quote to be fully true and I learned this important lesson about writing, reading, and literature when I was a freshman in high school, in one of the most feared classes there, Mr. Monsour 's biology class. Not many people enjoy reading and writing, especially as an assignment to be graded by the “destroyer of dreams and grades.” Being assigned some reading and writing assignment seems like it would not have a large impact on a student, but to me it caused a change in heart to reading and literature and helped me learn and relearn something about myself....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Writing]

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The Hot And The Classic By Peter Minorsky

- Some believe climate change is catastrophic, a slow moving killer hiding in the shadows. Others do not even think twice about it as they race by in a Hummer. Global warming is the gradual increase of temperature throughout different climates. It is caused by the greenhouse gas effect in which greenhouse gases, like methane and carbon dioxide, reflect sunlight back and forth. This reflected ultraviolet light bounces between the earth and the ozone layer and becomes trapped, resulting in a gradual rise of temperature....   [tags: Climate change, Greenhouse gas, Global warming]

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The Hot Topic of the Immigration Issue

- ... They came here, took the required tests, had background checks, and waited for a minimum of five years to receive the oath making them citizens of the United States of America. Now, there is a large segment of the population bypassing the government’s legal process. The individuals, who came illegally, are receiving many of the benefits of a citizen, without the work necessary to legalize their status. They are reaping the benefits, without paying the price required by our laws. We are even providing access to government and private industry information in a language, other than English, for this segment of individuals....   [tags: taxes, undocumented, citizentship]

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