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    case in the other. What do you think of this teenager, besides the fact that he's a band student that likes pencils? To answer your question, the opinion towards this student has already been established. Shout-outs are already being called to him: "Loser," "Geek", and "Dork", just to name a few. Now imagine another student walking down that same hallway, this person is wearing a football jersey, has no back-pack on, but rather a single book under his arm and a pencil behind his ear. Shout- out are

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    The Shipping News

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    transition that Quolyle, Bunny’s father, experiences. Quoyle is nowhere it seems, until he finally arrives somewhere meaningful. The transformation is a lot about getting over the loss of his wife, Petal, but also much about getting over himself as a loser and getting to a place of contentedness and confidence. Quoyle’s life rides on waves – some small that are body-surfing-like, others that are huge and tumultuous that crash onshore with Tsunami-like devastation. Eventually, he manages to find a place

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    Creating Madness in The Yellow Wallpaper

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    implies she is sick, his behavior becomes more and more parental and authoritarian. Under this guise he slowly disintegrates any resemblance of an adult wife he had. At the end he's victorious because he does beget a child. Simultaneously, he's a loser because the behavior of this childlike being mirrors his own attitude toward his wife: she's defiant and assertive and runs right over him. The tables have reversed. In the beginning of the story, John laughs at her feelings about the queerness

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    they make you feel that if you do not have the perfect body image, which I do not believe there is one, then you will not get the job you want or the boyfriend or girlfriend you have been going after, almost basically just saying that you will be a loser the rest of your life and no one will like you if you do not look a certain way. I do not want to sound like I am contradicting myself here, but do not get me wrong it is very important for a person to present themself, look attractive, eat healthy

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    inferior by way of your comments and actions; this also gives you a sense of superiority, which makes you feel important. Also, insults can be spiced up by adding sarcastic and witty remarks. Degrading someone is easy; just greet them with a "Hey, loser", or a cynical "What do you want, _______?" (fill the blank in with your favorite witty obscenity), instead of "Hey, how’s it going" or "What have you been up to lately?". Start off by being sarcastically mean, and you have already got the jump ..

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    Mike Trisimano

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    richest family in the world, partially because he didn’t have all of the friends a kid could have, and partially because he didn’t have the interest in hobbies or athleticism that most of the other kids had. Now, keep in mind, Mike wasn’t a total loser, for he did have parents and friends and he wasn’t the kid picked last in gym class, yet at the same time, he didn’t really have anything special about him. He was a pretty plain, average kid. However, one day on his walk home from school, this would

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    Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

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    to the Green Chapel to face the Green Knight. The host comments on the fact that he has tested Gawain twice and is quite impressed with his performance. The host then tells Gawain about the third test. In the test, the winner will take all, and the loser takes nothing. Gawain thinks this is all just a game and doesn't realize that it is actually a test. Sir Gawain later decides that he will stay, after learning from the host that the Green Chapel is not too far away from the castle. He has some more

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    Deviant Behavior

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    religious beliefs and practices don’t agree with those of some other members of our society; it could be that they would regard us as too religious or not religious enough. For some people we may be too liberal, too conservative, or too much of a loser. Does someone else consider us too short or tall, too plain of exotic, to thin or heavy, too dark or to light skinned? The number of possible ways that what we believe, or do or are, could be judged negatively by others is infinite. This means that

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    The Winners and The Losers Throughout history there has been a disconnect between, countries who have mass amounts of impoverished people and those other countries who have an ample amount of resources at their disposal leaving countries desperate. No matter how much the world attempts to create a free and fair trade system, there will always be winners and losers because we live in a capitalistic society, where competition is a major deciding factor in everyone’s life. The advantage of living in

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    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

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    comments, to make people think he is a suave, witty guy. Harry is a kind of loser that could be well liked if he did not try as hard for people's friendship and respect. Harry got into a fight with "Gay" Perry Vanshrike, the private detective, on the roof top of his hotel. Perry told Harry that he was not Harry's friend, and the entire time, Harry thought the two of them were friends. Harry is viewed as kind of a loser in L.A. and no matter how hard he tried to be "cool" or fit in, no one wanted

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