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    Witchblade

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    Ever since the War of the Witchblades happened a few issues back I’ve been reintroduced to Witchblade and have tried to keep up with the series. It is one of those Image comics, brought to us by Top Cow that I’ve always been intrigued by. Issues 134 and 135 re-introduced a character that Sara Pezzini has fought before, Aphrodite IV. Aphrodite is a green haired cyborg bombshell (cyborgs should always be beautiful women right?) created by Cyberdata to be an assassin. We learn a little more about

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    In escaping a work farm, a man commits himself to a mental institution and saves the sanity of many men while he himself is on the road to certain death. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey and the movie by the same name explores the darkness and humour waging war in the human mind and the difference between insanity and indolence. Both the novel and the film consists of a boisterous main character that changes the dynamics of a mental institution run by a psychotic, dictator like nurse

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    Marc Reisner's Coming Undammed A dam is a barrier constructed across a waterway to control the flow or raise the level of water. (Dictionary 1) They are put in place with much care and patience. A dam is very carefully planned out. Where they are going to be placed? What type of soil it is going to be constructed in? When the plans are drawn out, every detail is gone over with a fine tooth comb. Marc Reisner has written an essay titled Coming Undammed, is an essay about him talking how he

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    answer this question then they would know if the media was responsible or not for writing history. The media is a form of communication used to reach the general public to form audiences for information, artistic expression, and other kinds of messages (Marc, David, “Mass Media.” Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Scholastic Library Publishing, 2005 ). Media is known for being able to reach large segments of the public due to its great value in commerce, politics, and culture. Corporations like in the U

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    Marc Forster’s Monster’s Ball Marc Forster’s Monster’s Ball is a depiction of one man’s journey to overcome his lifelong ignorance, but this seems to be the film’s only accomplishment. The grisly drama attempts to address pressing racial issues, but instead it creates a monstrous web of unanswered questions and unfulfilled plotlines cleverly masked by brilliant acting and cinematic beauty. The first half of Monster’s Ball revolves around a family of executioners responsible for the last days

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    Leaders in Business

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    where as the word lead means to go. Similarly as the two words have different definitions, they also have different purposes. To help individuals increase their potentials in business, an internationally recognized motivational speaker by the name of Marc Sanborn has developed certain “theories” that, much like in science or art, prove some things to be more true than others by providing supporting facts to prove the validity of certain ways of thinking. Many of Marc’s theories validate the fact that

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    The Objectivity of History The issues that are raised in this source by Marc Trachtenberg are is whether or not objectivity is still a relevant idea, and if it is not then is history in fact dying. Keith Jenkins' "What is History?," Carl Becker's "What are Historical Facts?" and Richard Evans' "In Defence of History" will be used to discuss and examine these issues. Marc Trachtenberg is questioning if objectivity is possible and desirable in today's society, and this is a question that many

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    Pardon Debate

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    Cohen, stated that Marc Rich fled from the U.S. to Switzerland in 1983 to dodge a tax fraud charge. On the morning of Clinton’s final day in office, the criticism was becoming well known around the White House. President Clinton had pardoned her from the tax fraud charge. Carol Elder Bruce, the clients lawyer, informed committee staff members that Mrs. Rich had contributed over $200 million to the Clinton Library Fund. (26). A well known source told U.S. News Today that so far Marc Rich has contributed

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    Society is corrupt in many diverse customs. Corruptions of religion, morals, government and cruelty of society are issues that are faced on a daily basis. Voltaire, the author of Candide, and Robert Zemeckis, the director of "Forrest Gump", both use overly naïve protagonists to demonstrate their views of the world. Corruptions within religion are a prevalent theme in both Candide and “Forrest Gump”. Voltaire throughout his novel has several exposés which reveal the corruption and hypocrisy of the

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    Marc Antony

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    Marc Antony “Friends, Romans, countryman lend me your ears” (Shakespeare), this saying is what Mark Antony is probably most noted for. Antony’s life can be broken down into three parts. The first part would have to be the earlier years of his life before the death of Caesar. In the middle is Antony’s few years of success and power. The last part of his life is the downfall of him. Mark Antony was very powerful and successful for a short period in Ancient Rome. To begin, Mark Antony was

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