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    Changes Of Time

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    Ever since the invention of the television in 1939, African Americans have been portrayed as maids, servants or clowns. These negative perceptions started to appear in sitcoms such as in Amos and Andy, who were the stereotypical blacks who never took anything seriously. All those views changed during the 1970’s when black sitcoms were becoming more reality based. Although blacks have been, and often still, portrayed in a negative way on TV, there has been some improvements of stereotypical images

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    Changing the World

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    January,12 2010 the beautiful country of Haiti was struck by a horrifying earthquake, destroying the already impoverished country. The Caribbean sun shined down on what seemed to be a normal day, but the people were unaware of what was to come moments later. This devastating natural disaster lasted only 40 seconds, killed 316,000 people and left 1.3 million homeless (“Earthquake Information for 2010”). This horrifying earthquake was important because it opened the doors for improvement to be done

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    Should Juveniles be Tried as Adults

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    Holden 5 Should Juveniles be Tried as Adults? Juveniles deserve to be tried the same as adults when they commit certain crimes. The justice systems of America are becoming completely unjust and easy to break through. Juvenile courts haven’t always been known to the everyday person. The Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899 was the first juvenile court established in the United States (Locked Up…). The juvenile court was created to handle the offenders on the basis on their rather than their crime

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    Pepsi Cola

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    “Live, For Now” Pepsi’s famous, inspiring slogan for 2013. Pepsi has evolved over time after it began in 1902, the slogan, logo, and celebrities involved in the commercials have changed throughout the start of the business and helped shape the business to be where it is to this day. Pepsi all started when Caleb Bradham started experimenting with spices and syrups to give his customers a new kind of drink. He first named his drink “Brad’s Drink,” but later decided to call it “Pepsi-Cola.” In 1902

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    Fitzgerald's Critique of Capitalism in The Great Gatsby." Critical Essays on Scott Fitzgerald's "Great Gatsby." Ed. Scott Donaldson. Boston: Hall, 1984. 201-13. Raleigh, John Henry. "F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby." Mizener 99-103. Trilling, Lionel. "F. Scott Fitzgerald." Critical Essays on Scott Fitzgerald's "Great Gatsby." Ed. Scott Donaldson. Boston: Hall, 1984. 13-20.

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    Rap Music Is Not Music

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    Rap Music Is Not Music Describing the (disenchanting) chanting of “Rap Music” as singing or as music is indeed (in either case) a capital misnomer. Real Music is the careful arrangement of organized sounds in the form of notes that then result in a smooth blend of rhythm, tone, and pitch that when united, is quite pleasing to the ear. Rap is not music. The unpleasant-sounding horror is chaotic dissonance and certainly not elegant consonance. Rap is veritable noise pollution that is tastelessly

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    One of the world’s greatest social movements known as the Gay Rights Movement stemmed in the late 1960’s in America. After events known as the Stonewall riots, the Gay Rights Movement gradually became increasingly influential and empowering for all sexual minorities and gender identities. During the year of 1969, the Greenwich Village section of New York City had an abundance of gay and lesbian bars created by mafia bosses or their gay relatives. Despite there were no illegal malpractices taking

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    My essay is about music throughout the decades, I chose this topic because everyone loves music and can relate to it. I personally like the past decade music because I felt like they were more thought out, but there some songs I don’t mind listening to this day. I will answer some questions you might have been wondering or a least I hope I do. It might introduce you to new artist that you never heard about and make you start listening to new genres of music. My essay will show you how music has

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    Soccer Player Essay

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    Do you want to make 17 million per year? That’s a large sum of money, so much money you don’t know what to do with. Well, 1 job that will allow you to earn all this money is being a professional soccer player. Being a soccer player takes skill so much skill that it could not be taught to you, you must be born with skill. There is one player his name is Cristiano Ronaldo he is 32 and earning 17 Million dollars. He is 32 meaning he won’t be able to play forever and his time is running short. Usually

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    Several weeks after Buddy Taylor’s death, The Guthrie household was overflowing with family and friends as Nell wrapped up her original piece, “Oysters and Harmony.” It was a warm June Sunday morning and Nell looked up from the piano and smiled at her parents, Emma and and her family, Midgett, and several Oyster Shuckers. They were finishing their prayer service, while Rev Saunders delivered his sermon at the Beaufort Methodist. Although the good denizens of Beaufort had curbed their outright whispering

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