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    For many of us, our days begin and end with checking our phones. We check them again when we get out of the shower, at meals, during meetings, at red lights, and while watching television. We even check them while having conversations with those sitting right in front of us. On average, we check our phones 85 times per day (Andrews, Sally, et al.), so frequently that many of us rarely have quiet moments to sit in silence, to contemplate, or to observe what is happening around us. Although communication

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    D.H. Lawrence wrote “The Rocking Horse Winner” in 1920. As the story begins, the narrator introduces a boy named Paul. Paul tries to win his mother’s love, by searching for the luck that she desires. By providing her with the life she always wanted, Paul hopes to gain her love, to repay for her misery with his father being unlucky, and provide a form of relief to the family. Paul decides to find luck after a discussion with his mother, in which the mother tells Paul that she is not lucky due to her

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    The Lesson

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    Throughout history knowledge, culture and information has been passed down within communities. Life lesson were often taught by older, wiser or formally educated people within the community. This idea still holds true today, especially in low-income communities as illustrated in the short story “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara. I am led to believe that story took place in a low-income community in the early to mid-sixties as African-American families moved to find better opportunities, when extended

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    The Three Teen Activists

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    Making a difference Teen activists are inspiring and helpful. They are the ones who are determined to make a difference in the world. They are the ones who never give up on their dreams and hopes. Through their thoughts, sacrifice, determination, and their inspiring heart, they make the world happy, so everyone can live equally. Three teen activists, Malala Yousafzai, Alex Lin, and Iqbal Masih, use their personalities and inspiration so that they can stop unfair education, pollution, and child labor

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    How Athletes Are Overpaid

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    How much of an importance involving productivity do athletes have on today’s society? Whether they have little to none, their contracts and endorsements tend to say otherwise. For example, David Beckham, a retired Los Angeles Galaxy soccer player, has received a forty-eight million dollar career total, while a GS-13 level astronaut makes roughly one hundred-thousand dollars a year (APAO, 1). Some say that athletes earn their money just as we do, but that is not so apparent. Another example is how

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    The Day I will Never Forget A punch a shove, "where is the money she boomed characteristercally. I was now in a tornado of perplexity .The situation was to ghastly to contemplate, "Our father who art in heaven, I made a silent prayer. It all happened during one sunny and fine Saturday on the twenty fifth of May two thousand and three when l woke up to the most annoying voice in the whole world that of my crony Matt who was barking and shouting all over face. After miserably managing to

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    Summary of The Lesson

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    Summary of The Lesson In this story the author tells us about a girl named Sylvia, the narrator, who lives in a very low income family. A place where school is not a priority. A place where it is more important to be strong and hard, than to read a book. This was the thought anyway, before Miss. Moore moved in. She was a school teacher who took it upon herself to teach the neighborhood kids. On one summer afternoon in particular she was going to take the kids into town on a field trip. The kids

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    Treblinka Research Paper

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    A camp focused on not only torture but death. something so permanent, so final. thousands of prisoners thrown in this camp every day just to be killed (about 800,000). With no rhyme or reason, besides the thought of the jews being completely worthless and not even deserving of living on this earth and breathing the air. The logic in this time is completely lost, they jews were treated no better than dirt under the guards shoes. On a list of the nine worst concentration camps Treblinka is the second

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    The Stop Option

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    Kepic ron’Sol; commerce world. In the language of the Jiid, it connotes a raging storm, or a sharp noise, or a fast day. “Of Sol”; the meaning of ron’Sol. A reflection of the trade war between the Jiid and the government of Sol, Kepic has passed from ron’Jiid to ron’Sol. A kind of final frontier in human commerce, Kepic reflects the soul of the entrepreneur. Like The city of New York, but with over one thousand years of advance, and one thousand years of wear. It is a home to those who seek stability

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    My career is an athletic trainer. I love athletic, sports, and being active. Being a coach has been my dream, but if that doesn’t fall through this is my second choice. While being a trainer I get to help athletes with their health. Sports are my favorite thing to do, my hobby. Being an athletic trainer helps me do everything I want to do. Be with kids, or athletes, and sports. I love having an impact in people’s life being a trainer you would have a big impact in people’s lives you would help them

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