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    Not so many years ago, I was watching a documentary about the National park system; and while this is not unusual for me, I do remember my reaction to seeing one of the Rangers that played a significant role in the film. His name is Shelton Johnson; he is African and Native American and my response to seeing him was one of wonder. It is not every day you see a Black man as a spokesman for anything, let alone for something as near and dear to the American public as our national parks. As I look back

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    The Texas Rangers were absolutely abysmal last year, garnering the worst record in the AL, and in no way looking like a postseason team. Rangers manager had two options, and neither looked like a winning situation. He could blow up the team and try and rebuild it over the course of a couple years. But that wasn’t good enough for Daniels, he trusted his work years and years before, and he knew he had something with this bunch. So he stuck it out, made some minor moves, and boy has it paid off. Many

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    Celtic vs. Rangers: Catholicism vs. Protestantism Most European cities can boast of a professional football (soccer) club and a competitive rivalry with a neighboring team. However, Glasgow, Scotland is the home of one of the oldest and most heated rivalries in the world. Two of the most prestigious football clubs in Europe, Celtic and Rangers, both call Glasgow their home. The cross-town rivals first met on the pitch on February 28, 1888. At that point, "none of the 2,000 spectators at the game

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    The Texas Rangers are based in Arlington, Texas and play in the American League West in Major League Baseball. Previously the only way to consume Texas Rangers baseball was to attend the game, watch on television, and to hear it on the radio. If you did not live in the Arlington area, were an out of market fan, and the game was not nationally televised, then the fan is out of luck and cannot watch their favorite team play. With the introduction of the internet and social media a fan can consume sporting

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    For those that don’t know, the Army’s Ranger School is a leadership school, available to any combat MOS Soldier, at any point during the tenure of their career. It is notorious for being “the hardest school in the Army”, with an average yearly attrition rate of 39%. The course consists of the following four phases: RAP , Darby, Mountains, and Florida. Students are prohibited from advancing to the next phase without successfully completing the current phase. If a student is lucky enough to make it

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    The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fist Fight In Heaven Defining exactly what shapes ethnic identity in the United States is the hardest question I can imagine being asked. As a child born in the United States, I find this question so difficult because I have been exposed to a large variety of cultures within the small boundaries of my own family. This makes it very difficult to determine one, or even a few characteristics that define ethnic identity. In the case of many of these novels, the task of

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    of Power Rangers on Children "Master Sword….. show your power." When Ranger Mike encounters trouble, he calls on his power source for a transformation. He is then empowered with sword in hand ready to fight the giant dinosaur from a distant planet (Haim, 1999). The show continues entertaining children with many more similar scenes of fighting. Children of all ages are attracted Power Rangers' television programs, movies, and toys. Because of the amount of violence, Power Rangers has raised

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    In the stories of Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” and Sherman Alexie’s “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven there is an external conflict of man vs. man. A conflict is the struggle between opposing forces in a story or a play, according to Prof. Clay. The conflict can either be internal or external, but in this case it is external because both characters struggle with a man vs. man conflict. Both stories also share a motif of a love/hate relationship. A motif is an idea or symbol that

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    The 1994 Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers It is the dream of every child that has ever played hockey to one day be able to hold hockey’s most prized possession over his or her head. The glory, honor, and prestige that goes along with this trophy is by far the most elite in any sport. It is amazing to me how many years and the amount of effort these players put in just to hold this cup over their heads. Why is there such a drive and how did this trophy come to mean so much to so many people

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    of the time, unless you live or grew up on an Indian reservation, you would not be able to get a glimpse at that life. However, Sherman Alexie gave the public an opportunity to see what life was like for those from reservations in his book The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. Taking place from the 1960-1980’s, the book allowed readers to understand many of the struggles that Native Americans went through. The book, made up of short stories, also puts the audience on the same level as the

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