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    The Next Great Wall

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    The Next Great Wall The attacks of September 11, 2001 on the World Trade Center triggered the passing of the USA Patriot Act “to deter and punish terrorist acts in the United States and around the world, to enhance law enforcement investigatory tools, and for other purposes."1 It passed quickly and with little debate. Soon, encryption of information became a topic to address and efforts took place to allow the government backdoor access to anything encrypted by products developed within the

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    Gender relations in ‘lad flicks’ portray masculinity as a troubled, anxious cultural category hiding behind a humorous façade and also rely greatly on a knowing gaze and irony. The two ‘lad flicks’ that will be analyzed are The 40-Year-Old Virgin (Judd Apatow 2005) and Role Models (David Wain 2008). The figure of the ‘new lad’ has been a feature of popular culture in the United Kingdom, United States, and elsewhere since the early 1990s. In the book, The Trouble with Men: Masculinities in European

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    Working in a Coal Mine

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    coalminer’s cause. The song sprouted branches in other musical genres where R&B roots ran deep. Specifically, these were Rock and Roll, and Country. The 1980’s ‘New Wave’ group, ‘Devo,’ (which stands for De-evolution) and the female Country duo, ‘The Judds’ created two of the most memorable performances to date. While genre most certainly plays a part in each presentation, gender, or a lack of, plays an equal role. On the one hand, ‘New Wave’ seeks androgyny; on the other, female country artists are

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    plotline to great screenplay but also include multimodal attributes which aid in t... ... middle of paper ... ...ent areas of crime but they do contain the common element of suspense and candidly, ‘Double Jeopardy’ triumphs in this area. With Ashley Judd being presented with the Blockbuster Entertainment Award ‘Favorite Actress – Suspense’ and the film being nominated twice for the Saturn Award ‘ Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film’ it is fair to say that ‘Double Jeopardy’ captivated those lovers of

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    a specialist doctor is paid over three-hundred thousand dollars a year, this is an astronomical amount! On the other hand, an average AFL player is paid two-hundred and nineteen thousand a year, sure, there are some players in the AFL such as Chris Judd and Jonathon Brown who are regarded as the best and they might earn a little more than average but If anyone is overpaid it is these specialist doctors as any one can go to university and be come a doctor but it take natural talent and raw skill to

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    The Breakfast Club

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    changed. Perhaps Mr. Vernon should answer the question himself. The movie then proceeds to answer the question through the actions and dialogue of the protagonists. My favorite character (and yours too) is John Bender, the criminal, as portrayed by Judd Nelson, the leader of the notorious Hollywood Brat Pack. John is the main character in the movie and functions as the catalyst or the instigator. One by one, he shocks and exposes each student's insecurities. John is living proof of the creed, "If

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    We all have those days where we feel so hopeless or unable to do anything right. We have all felt that we couldn’t finish school or other life challenges. We question everything about life, that’s what happened with me. I had never had a normal life and now it takes a turn for the worse. I grew up under the circumstances that forced me to become more responsible and mature, which has enabled me to succeed later in life. There is a little blue house on the south side of town. All the walls are white

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    echoing through my headphones. It couldn't of been someone that I actually knew, so I went ahead to read the description of this podcast. Turns out that familiar voice was Catherine Keener’s voice! Alongside Catherine, I also then heard January Jones and Judd Apatow in the next few episodes. I instantly developed an interest in this podcast because of its celeb, professional sounding on air talent. What captivated me the most, and probably gained me as an occasional audience member moving forward was the

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    Norman McAlister Gregg, and attempts to demonstrate the significance of his discovery of the connection between rubella during pregnancy and consequential birth defects to medicine and society today. Concluding my assignment will be a personal reflection to demonstrate transformations in my thoughts regarding Gregg during my research process, as well as my thoughts on the assignment and changes I have made throughout the development process. Life and Work Sir Norman McAlister Gregg was a Sydney-based

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    Coward Kane Orson Welles created a masterpiece. Orson Welles created Citizen Kane. Orson Welles created a change. Orson Welles created. Like the series of sentences jigsawed together, Citizen Kane is a film with a plot infused with build- ups of megalomaniac Kane’s life is what rhetorically drew in the audience. Through the realistic relationships of Charles Kane the audience were given the taste of an accumulated story line of who he was. Welles infiltrated the subconscious of his viewers through

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    Film Analysis

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    Introduction: Film is just about getting away as in a message must get away from the scenes, and the story overall. It might never cross the lips of any of the characters, or be composed in white on a dark screen (as in dark and whites), and it won't be magically entered into your modernized personality, or sent as a message to your Iphone. No, to get the message of the film you need to watch and realize what to search for the unpretentious subtleties and the mise-en-scene, everything that is in

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    Nowadays, information security is one vital part of a company to develop and maintain its information system. As technology became more advanced in terms of creating and utilizing, the more threats a company’s information system will face. A threat is a person or organization that seeks to obtain or change data illegally, without the owner’s permission and knowledge. Similarly, a vulnerability is an opportunity for threats to gain access to individual or organizational assets (Kroenke 309). Apparently

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    Satan or Santa?

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    Satan or Santa? To Whom It May Concern: I regret to inform you that, effective immediately, I will no longer be able to serve Southern United States on Christmas Eve. Due to the overwhelming current population of the earth, my contract was renegotiated by North American Fairies and Elves Local 209. I now serve only certain areas of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. As part of the new and better contract I also get longer breaks for milk and cookies so keep that in mind. However

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    Life and Liberty for all

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    Life and Liberty for All: Unless Deemed Otherwise Crafted and derived from the foresight and ideologies of the founding fathers, the words enshrined in the Declaration of Independence in conjunction with those of the Constitution has served this country well. Moreover, we must accredit the knowledge contained within the Constitution for being the guiding facet that has contributed to the prosperity and greatness we as a nation, have become to date. Arguably enough, like with any nation’s journey

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    For certain violent crimes committed within our society, particularly murder, it is clear that they should carry a stiffer punishment or sentence than that of other typically lesser crimes such as robbery. What society cannot seem to agree upon is what that punishment should be. Of all the options available, the one form of legal punishment that continues to be a matter of controversy is that of capital punishment or as it is commonly referred to, the death penalty. No other form of legal punishment

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    Capital Punishment: Justified?

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    Web. 2 Dec. 2013. U.S. Supreme Court. Callins v. Collins 510 U.S. 1141(1994). 1994. Web. U.S. Supreme Court. EDDINGS V. OKLAHOMA 455 U.S. 104(1982). 1982. Web U.S. Supreme Court. FURMAN v. GEORGIA, 408 U.S. 238 (1972). 1972. Web. U.S. Supreme Court. GREGG v. GEORGIA 428 U.S.153 (1976). 1976. Web. U.S. Supreme Court. McCleskey v. Kemp, 481 U. S. 363 (1978). 1978. Web U.S. Supreme Court. LOCKETT v. OHIO 438 U.S. 586 (1978). Cornell University of Law. N.p., 1978. Web. U.S. Supreme Court. PENRY V. LYNAUGH

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    Capital Punishment

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    One of the most debated topics in constitutional law today is over capital punishment in the United States. At first you would think that most Americans would be or are in favor of the death penalty, but in a 2011 poll showed us something different. The poll asked the question “Are you in favor of the death penalty for a person convicted of murder?” It showed us that 61% of Americans said yes, 35% of Americans said no, and 4% did not know or refused to answer the question. However, this looks like

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    Capital punishment, or better known as the death penalty, began around the eighteenth century B.C. when The Code of King Hammaurabi of Babylon implemented the death penalty for 25 different crimes. In the 16th century, Henry VIII created edicts that caused about 72,000 people to be put to death by acts such as hanging and drawing and quartering. New Colonial America did not have prisons to hold criminals so the main source of punishment was the death penalty. Captain George Kendall was the first

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    people to watch a single man be killed. In 1972, the Supreme Court effectively eliminated the practice of executions with their decision in Furman v. Georgia. Yet four years later, the same court reinstated the death penalty with their decision in Gregg v. Georgia. These cases are still carefully examined to determine whether the same issues from the 1972 case still hold true, and whether the terms on which it was reinstated are still being adhered to. Capital Punishment exists on a limited basis

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    According to the code of Virginia’s Legislative law a crime that fits the death penalty criterion would be anything from first-degree murder. Some circumstances could include when the murder was heinous, if the person is considered a future danger, premeditated killing of anyone with attempted robbery, or as an act of terrorism. Other crimes would include if the murder victim was under the age and the killer was older than 21, premeditated killing of any law enforcement officer, and the killing of

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