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    it’s so silent on the bus that you can hear a pin drop. The final soccer game of the season was on April 5th, it was a bitter sweet feeling. The game didn’t start for another hour, but my coach had wanted the team to get there early so we could do warm up drills. On the bus ride to the stadium I kept to myself just listening to music trying to get in the zone. My team was going against the best team in our division. This game was all about redemption; we had lost to this team the year before, and

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    The Game

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    Jayceon Taylor was born on November 29, 1979 in Compton, California. He was born into a life of gang-banging and hustling. When later interviewed, Taylor, aka The Game says at a young age, he recalls seeing both of his parents preparing to do drive-bys. His father was a Nutty Block Crip and his mother a Hoover Crippelette. Drugs and guns were all around Taylor growing up. At around the age of 6, Jayceon says that a friend of his was murdered in the neighborhood by a teenager, for his clothes and

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    The Game

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    The Game They tried to hide the huge needle, of course. He laid with his face planted hard into the sheets. His father and a nurse held him down by his shoulders and legs. The needle was pushed in just above his hip. He took it better than most boys his age. He clenched as it made its way through his skin. It stopped when it met his hipbone. The doctor had to ratchet it now, hard, to penetrate the bone. He clenched harder. The doctor now rocked the needle around in every direction now, to

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    Have you ever watched a basketball game? Basketball is a great all-around sport that people love to watch and play.The professional level of basketball is extremely complicated, making it a great and fun sport. Starting from the early 1900’s and traveling all the way to the 21’st century, basketball has truly evolved from 8 teams to 30 and the NBA adding more rules each year. Rules in a basketball game are extremely important. You and your team try to score on the opposing team's basket

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    with Gamification? That’s a complete misconception on what is gamification all about. Many people think Gamification is a branch of gaming, so what is Gamification really? Gamification is the craft of absorbing the fun and addicting elements in games (Game Mechanics) and applying them into real-world applications. According to one of a Gamification Guru Yu-kai Chou, gamification is a design process that optimizes for the human or “human-focused design” in the system, as opposed to pure efficiency

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    popular sports of all time. Football for some people is not just a game but it is a religion. I believe that everyone should have a little knowledge of “The Beautiful Game” as Pele who is regarded as the greatest player of all time called it. Football, apart from being called “The Beautiful Game” it is also known as soccer in United States. Football is played all over the world have billions of fans watching and playing the game. I started playing football when I was a little kid back in my hometown

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    The Power of Games

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    Games have long been besmirched by the idea that playing them makes a person socially undesirable, nerdy, fat, and lazy. The number of negative adjectives conjured up by gamings detractors to describe gamers is staggering. Even in the wake of the Columbine Massacre the media went to great lengths to correlate the gunmen’s horrible actions with the game Doom.(cite needed) When games are not being linked to violent actions they have generally been regarded as an “escapist waste of time” by those who

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    Lolita Games

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    One often recalls the defined games of their childhood. Hopscotch. Tag. Hide-and-Go-Seek. One can remember the more cryptic games of adolescence. Finding a date. Sneaking out of the house. Avoiding teachers or parents. One is familiar with the evolved games of adulthood. Negotiating a raise. Convincing your child to eat vegetables. Compromising with your significant other. Not often thought of as games because many assume games to be made for children, almost every action performed in a day can be

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    The Rebirth of a Game

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    The Rebirth of a Game Basketball in my home state goes way back, straight to the beginning. The University of Kansas (KU) hired James Naismith, the inventor of the game, as its first basketball coach in 1898. The fledgling sport caught on, and has gained force ever since. KU was also the scene of the emergence of Wilt Chamberlain, who dominated the game like none other. At the same time that “Wilt the Stilt” was breaking out, Kansas State University (KSU) had a basketball coach by the name of

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    Recess Games

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    Recess Games Better safe than sorry. An expression Americans are exposed to and familiar with, especially parental figures. Adults who are new to the parenting game live by this guideline. A parent or guardian’s sole concern is the safety of their children. Their actions will probably be based on texts read or on first-hand experience, but instinctually, parents will play the safety game. It is this instinct and concern for young students’ safety that is causing school districts across the nation

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