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    Flaming on the Internet

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    Flaming on the Internet You're sitting in front of your computer, checking your email like you do everyday. This time, however, you get an email from someone whose name you don't recognize. Your curious nature getting the best of you, you click on it and see this: Guess what! I'm a woman, and I'm sending you e-mail. I must be able to use a computer. I also do not take a herd of women into the restroom with me. Women do not do that. Men just like to think that we do. Who do you think you

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    Erika Lopez’s chapter on the Canadian Johns is the longest chapter in her novel, Flaming Iguanas, possibly because it displays an empowering moment for Jolene, wherein Lopez’s protagonist undergoes a masculine sensation that fulfills her own needs and desires as an independent woman on the road. She meets the Canadian Johns, middle-aged bikers from Canada, who help her get her broken bike fixed. She uses one of the Canadian Johns for a thrilling ride on his motorcycle, and for a place to stay for

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    were shortening their hemlines, drinking and smoking in public, and flaunting it so everyone could see. This was obviously out of frustration and wanting to change how they were being treated. The youth of this time are often referred to as the "Flaming Youth". Not only were the youth acting out though. The whole population in General was on a spending frenzy. Even people who didn't have the money spent wildly. Everyone wanted to live luxuriously, Buying cigarettes, magazines, newspapers, radios

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    Homosexuality is an enormous problem worldwide, especially weather or not gays should have the right to marry like normal people, however if all the homosexuals were to be destroyed, deported, and or converted to heterosexuality, the economy would prosper, bigotry would end, marriage would no longer be an issue, and the world would be a much purer place. I will present many reasons why the plague of homosexuality should be stopped, and why homosexual acts should be dealt with swift legal action,

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    Erika Lopez’s Flaming Iguanas addresses various constitutions of American identity, including ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. The protagonist, Jolene, is illustrative of how these constitutions of identity are complicated as she travels west. In particular, traveling westward typically consists of white men who reject the constraints of middle class life and decide to get on the road in hopes of finding selfhood. Flaming Iguanas demonstrates that gender, class, and ethnicity tie into the ability

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    Earth Vs. Giant Flaming Ball of Gas

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    Earth Vs. Giant Flaming Ball of Gas The world is burning! Or is it? This question has been the topic of arguments for years and has yet to be settled. There are sufficient arguments to both sides of this “dilemma”, but when you look at the facts and our past, only one side will prevail. It becomes clear that global warming does in fact exist, but there is nothing that we, as humans, can do about it. There are many facts proving that global warming exists. According to NASA, average temperatures

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    Syphilis Chlamydia

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    ageists antibiotics. What does the future hold for antibiotics and the new technology being made to fight resisted microbes is in the soil. Sir Alexander flaming was a bacteriologist who study Bactria and was a professor at the University of London United Kingdom (Penicillin It's Practical

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    Pinball Behavior

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    Computers are no longer used for 3D Pinball or Paint. With the development and expansion of the internet, online gaming has entered our lives. This new influence in has not only consumed hours of our times but it has also affected our behavior. Yubo Kou and Bonnie Nardi--College Students at the University of California--wrote an article, Regulating Anti-Social Behavior on the Internet: The Example of League of Legends,to show how antisocial behavior arises in the popular PC game League of Legends

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    and negative effects that one experiences in an online forum can have great impact on how that person responds to future discussions or emails. By following the proper core netiquette rules outlined by Virginia Shea, one can avoid such things as flaming and have a pleasant online experience. Netiquette is the proper use of etiquette that should be used in emails and online classroom forums. It is essential that personnel become more proficient with online netiquette because more are attending college

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    Context Writing Based on “What, of This Goldfish, Would You Wish?”, “Texas v. Johnson Majority Opinion”, and my own experience, our relationships with others define who we are by the feelings that arise when in a situation involving something personal. In the “What, of This Goldfish, Would You Wish?”, Yonatan goes around to people’s homes and interview the people for his documentary. He makes his way to Sergei’s house to ask him a questions. Sergei does not like strangers banging on his door, especially

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