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    Extreme Advertising: Go Big or Go Home

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    Extreme Advertising: Go Big or Go Home This Maxim climbing gear ad is an example of using both aggressive language and images to promote climbing as an extreme sport. North Face uses this image in their web page. If you wear North Face gear, you too can take your ice axes and back-counrty skis into the Tibetan wilderness. Adidas uses this image in their trail running ads. The caption in the image reads "Runners. Yeah, We're Different." It invites people to relate to some of the more intimate

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    The Radio Makes My Ears Bleed

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    The Radio Makes My Ears Bleed There is a major problem these days in entertainment, and that is there is such a lack of diversity in the music industry. Because of this problem, fewer bands will have the opportunity to go big, or get signed to a major record label. Small, local bands will never be able to get the popularity they deserve because every band is compared to one another. The same bands are played on the radio all the time, and instead of playing a variety bands, the same songs

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    A True Code Hero

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    he takes advantage of it and asks Zurito, an old friend and skillful bullfighter if he will “[pick] two bulls for [him] tomorrow night,” (The Undefeated). Zurito is persuaded to pick two bulls for Garcia, but Zurito explains that “if [he] [doesn’t] go big tomorrow night [he’ll] quit,” (The Undefeated). Garcia has shown that he has the courage to bullfight once more despite his age. The day Garcia has been waiting for came; the bullfight that will determine whether or not he’s as good as he says. He

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    up to two thousand dollars every month. One’s success in life can depend on how well a person interprets reality and understand whether or not it’s worth to take a certain risk. I think every person takes risks in life. The only difference is how big those risks are. Some people might will to risk their life especially when it comes to extreme sports such as; rally racing, sky diving, BASE jumping, dirt biking, rock climbing. Sometimes these kind of sports, that include risk, can bring a catastrophe

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    Valeria Martinez Mr. Lonnemann AP Government 1/02/2014 Grow Big or Go Home? In 1886, the Statue of Liberty was established and had included a poem by Emma Lazarus. She included a quote that said, “ Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free”. These engraved words gave hope to all immigrants that would enter the United States. Do we, as a nation, still uphold or follow what this statement says? Immigration has been occurring in the United States for a great amount

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    For Kona to gain success in future, its residents must embrace the changes it faces. One of these changes is the expansion of the Kona Airport. It is a “diamond in the rough” whose doors originally opened on July 1, 1970 operating with only a 6,500 ft. strip (“Airport History”). On its first year anniversary, it had successfully serviced over 515,000 passengers. The original style was that of “open air” fun and tropical island scenery. While these are significant memories of the Kona Airport, the

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    The Great Divorce

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    people that go there. The narrator who is the main character in the book tells the story on what he sees from his eyes. The author describes hell as a dark cold town with alleys that people live in and no one to be seen on the streets, and heaven as this place that looks beautiful with green grass, mountains, rivers, and animals running around. C.S. Lewis uses different characters throughout the book to help understand the scene and the situations that are going on. The ghosts that go with him to

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    Using Computers in My Work What comes to mind when you hear the word computer? When I realized what profession that I wanted to go into I didn’t realized just how much computers will affect me. I decided around the age of sixteen or seventeen that I wanted to become an executive protection specialist, also known as a bodyguard. I never really gave it much thought about it. After putting some thought into it I discovered that computers in general, especially laptops, will play an important

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    Cohan states “Lets run away from the big city...” (pg 144). This quote shows that Cohan is trying to “run away” from his obligations and responsibilities.The similarities in cities and towns from “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Night” and “The Bus” are in both poems the character is effect by there obligations to the world. In “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Night” Frost’s character is honouring his responsibilities and obligations by leaving the wood to go home to his family. In “The Bus” the

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    overtime. Now imagine, a player on Vermont’s super squad. He has spent the past few years working nonstop to get to this point in his basketball career, and it has finally arrived. However, after the cheering, congratulations, and celebrations, he must go back to school, and finish studying for midterms, which happens to coincide with the post-season schedule. When fans watch March Madness, or any other college sporting event, it is safe to say that most don’t look at their TVs, and think about how

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