Crap Essays

  • Rap is Crap

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    Rap is Crap “She ain’t nuttin but a hoochie mama…Smackin’ on your lips, put your hands on your hips…She ain’t nuttin but a hoochie mama…Oh I love those big brown eyes and the way you shake your thighs, acting like you’re so damn cute...” Rap music with lyrics like this play on the radio and in home stereos every day. Rap music pounds messages of sex and violence into the minds of young adults leaving behind their sexist and repetitive influential messages. Music has a very powerful influence on our

  • Crap Music

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    The essay I read suggested that people of low intelligence/class (i.e. teenagers) use “junk” music to try and drown out their supposedly harsh reality. The author also suggests that the more intelligent people in the world do not listen to loud music because the decibel level at which you listen to music somehow indicates your intelligence. I cannot agree with that statement because I have talked to my friends and aquaintences and they told me that music helps to lift their spirits and some even

  • crap

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    “ I had to climb a mountain, there were all kinds of obstacles in the way. I had now to jump over a ditch, now to get over a hedge, and finally to stand still because i had lost my breath ’’. This was a dream of a stutterer, taken from the book “the hero with a thousand faces ’’ by the one and only Joseph Campbell, and that describes the hero’s journey, which is basic pattern found in many narratives from around the world, and comes in stages, and the stage I am in is the sixth which is called “the

  • Catcher In The Rye

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    Catcher In The Rye Holden Caulfield is teen angst bull-crap with a pickax. He's sarcastic, nasty, and completely unlikeable. He also doesn't give a crap. He is every teenager caught between the crapy little games of high school ("you're supposed to kill yourself if the football team loses or something") and the fear of adulthood ("going to get an office job and make a lot of money like the rest of the phonies"). The greatness in Holden Caulfield is that what he has to say is better than

  • Personal Narrative - Bad Things Happen to Bad People

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    How many times have you just finished washing your car and, while you are driving down the highway all you hear is PLOP followed by juicy, white feces splattered on your windshield. Or how furious does one get when a pile of Miss FooFoo’s dog crap that your neighbor neglected to pick up a couple of hours ago encompasses your shirt and Levis jeans, while mowing the front yard. I know that I get royally upset when I see bird bombs on my car after I just finished washing it a few hours ago, or

  • A Noble Cause

    4394 Words  | 9 Pages

    him a quick, hard kick to the groin. The man yelled out in pain, grabbing his crotch and writhing on the ground -then he began to vomit all over again. "Damn, Net, what did you do that for?" asked Rick. "Sucker pissed me off! Now it smells like crap around here!" "Yeah, well you just made him vomit again, DICKHEAD!! Don't mess with him again, understand?!" Rick said angrily, as he approached the man for a closer look. The man appeared to be genuinely drunk, but police undercover cops were good

  • How Media Has Changed The World Of Skateboarding

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    Over the last twenty years the world of skateboarding has changed greatly because of the exposure it has had through media. The originators of this media were skate magazines that highlighted many photographers and their talents. The photographs from twenty years ago were using nothing but a cheap old 35mm and came up with some incredible artistic shots. But those old cameras have been replaced by today’s photographers with the top of line cameras and lenses.      The top

  • Cyberspace in William Gibson's Neuromancer

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    services, users use BBS's for trades, games, and to chat among other users. Since bulletin boeard are so easy to set up there are thousands of them located around the world. Each board has a theme. These themes range from astronomy to racist neo-nazi crap. A boards theme helps users in their search for a board that will satisfy their personal preference. A third catagory is the Private System. These private systems sometime run bulletin boards privately, not letting the public acess. In these private

  • My Journey With Reading and Writing

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    The greatest difficulty that I came across doing the first essay was retracing the past, retracing the sadness. Having to bring back sad memories that made my life terrible at the time. Doing the essay, I learned that I have gone through a lot of crap. I was sinking in quicksand and now I stand on the quicksand like it is rock solid. I am proud of myself. I was able to turn my life around and be the person that I am today. I might have the potential to be a good writer someday. People compliment

  • Gains and Losses in Educating Rita

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    talk about literature in the early lessons but she gradually gains confidence and skill in her speech and writing. A good example of her progress is her response to Macbeth. Initially she does not understand how to write about it and produces a 'crap' essay. Frank explains that the essay is not bad in terms of a personal response to the play but it does not fulfil the criteria of the course she is doing. Rita accepts this and resolves to write the essay again. Rita's education goes far beyond

  • This Cruel World

    593 Words  | 2 Pages

    amplifies by one million after September 11th. Seeing all these people that got killed and all the families that got destroyed just brings me to the conclusion that these people have no respect, no humanity, no heart, no nothing. These people are worth crap to me. This crude world makes my worldviews change from time to time. Here are some of my views that I have always had and that never changed: First off, looking upon honesty. I say honesty because being lie to is plain not fun. I don’t even consider

  • My Ex-Girlfriend

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    should care about friends betraying each other, being straightedge, or not being a follower of the pop music. Sure I listen to different music, I’ll listen to just about any except for rap, country, emo, pop culture music (blink 182 and Brittany Spear crap). As for friends we have totally different friends, she has her Jappy little friends that are walking billboards with Abercrombie & Fitch or American Eagle on everything they wear, I’m surprise that they don’t have AF or AE tattooed on their forehead

  • Catcher in the Rye Essay: Holden - The Thinking Man

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    "thinking man" is that of being isolated and alienated.  Holden is a very lonely character.  An example that shows this is his direct reference to David Copperfield in the first paragraph of the novel when he says "...and all that David Copperfield kind of crap."(pg.1)  When David Copperfield was a child he was alienated from his mother, and was very lonely.  This points to the fact that Holden had a very lonely childhood and, like David Copperfield, his innocence as well. Like the "thinking man" Holden

  • Maya Angelou

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    don’t speak of doubt turn your head now baby just spit me out.'; This is a complex way saying why is you disrespected me because you can’t stand the way that I am. Just walk all over me treat me different act as if I’m a piece of crap. What good does it do for you by bringing me down? I think this is the question Collective soul is asking the person or group of people who are setting out to bring him down. Maya Angelou asks a similar question when she writes, “Does my haughtiness

  • The Club Culture

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    a middle-upper class white kid- says a lot about the falseness of the racial stereotypes involved in the scene. "& it's a very embracing culture," says Dale, "which a lot of people find surprising, but if you go out there no one's gonna give you crap for trying& " According to Dale, the only people that the club kids typically dislike are the ones that detach themselves from the scene. "& say you go to a club and just sit in the back corner, or you just try to hit on girls, that's fine, but the

  • The Benefits of Being Stupid

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    posses makes a name for themselves, a name which can be very difficult to shake. Possibly, it is a word which describes the working habits of the person. A close friend was quoted as saying, “ the working habits of a stupid idiot suck, they work like crap.” Yet, this creates a positive situation for the stupid person. They will have a lot of free time on their hands for more of life’s truly meaningful pleasures. Some of these activities are combing facial hair, and counting the pixels on a Sony TV

  • short story

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    least a little different from the norm, that I’m slowly getting used to. Until next time. Carissa woke up the next morning and carelessly stumbled out of bed. She looked in the mirror and thought no wonder no one’s really talked to me, I look like crap. Despite her morning thoughts, she and everyone else knew how gorgeous she actually was. With her hair done, face fresh, clean, made-up, and new clothes to show off, she headed out the door and jumped into her car. She sped down to the nearest Starbucks

  • Critcal Analysis of CATCHER IN THE RYE

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    Rye "If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you'll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don't feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth." This statement actually caught my full attention. I like the way that he started this book off. It gave me a sense that the book was going to be very interesting and real.


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    and the possibilities it offered was definitely not as wide as it is today. Many were skeptical of the idea and ADION’s clients were getting cold feet and wanted to withdraw. “Consensus was that I had lost focus; in their eyes I was doing ‘computer crap’.”, Taylor said about the general opinion about him at the time he was trying to launch his new idea. Third problem occurred once the site was being launched. There weren’t enough people believing in it and the site did not draw the attention that

  • Eminem

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    to be some confrontations and obstacles in his path. One of his worst nemeses of high school was a black guy named D’Anglio Bailey, although no one called him that. One day he came into the bathroom when Eminem was urinating and D’ Anglio beat the crap out of him, Em urinated all over himself. He’s the bully that gets the broomstick in the song “brain damage”. But the thing that really hurt him was one day during recess in the winter; Em was taunting a younger friend of D’Anglio. He came running