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    Despite what it alludes to, Zone 4/Interscope Records rap signee Rich Boy insists his moniker is just a neighborhood nickname ("It doesn't stand for being rich or anything like that.") not a glimpse into his finances. Maybe so, but with the multifaceted talents that 21 year old Marece Richards possesses, his nom de plume will be even more fitting shortly with the release of his debut album, TBD? Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Rich Boy grew up in a typical hood upbringing with both positive and negative

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    stories in All the Sad Young Men included: “The Rich Boy,” “Winter Dreams,” “The Baby Party,” “Absolution,” “Rags Martin-Jones and the Pr-nce of W-les,” “The Adjuster,” “Hot and Cold Blood,” “The Sensible Thing,” “Gretchen's Forty Winks.” Of these, “Absolution” was widely considered to be the best as it was an artistic piece as opposed to the ones that the critics claimed Fitzgerald wrote to sell. “Absolution” is a story about an eleven year old boy and a priest; even those who did not like this

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    fifth business

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    not. Davies introduces the reader with Dunstable Ramsay and Percy Boyd Staunton. They are depicted as friends yet rivals at the same time. This is shown when Dunstable had a sleigh that was faster than Percy’s. Of course Percy who is the spoiled rich boy becomes jealous, and starts calling Dunstable names. Knowing that Percy hates it when he is being ignored, Dunstable provokes Percy and ends up with him being chased with snowballs. Eventually someone gets hit and it’s not Dunstable, rather it was

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    William Byrd

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    wonder what William Byrd, a wealthy Virginia planter, did in both his social and private sides of life, as well as what prompted him to write the various statements in his diary. At first glance, William Byrd II gave me the impression of a spoiled, rich boy who feels he can do as he pleases. In reality, he did do what he pleased since he was a major Virginia planter and owner of many slaves. His hard work consisted of writing letters to England or talking to the other council members, considering

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    F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Last Tycoon

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    The novel was published in 1941, and included Fitzgerald’s notes concerning the unfinished text. Also, the initial volume was published with The Great Gatsby and a collection of short stories that included “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz,” “The Rich Boy,” “May Day,” “Absolution,” and “Crazy Sunday” (Adams). The publication indicates the clearly infantile stage of the work, which was yet to be significantly revised and sharpened. The published draft “represents that point in the artist’s work where

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    Rich Dad

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    it?” Rich dad teaches the boys priceless lessons on money, by making them learn through experience. The most important lesson he teaches is to free yourself from the “rat race” of life and learn to make money work for you, and not be its slave. He knew that financial literacy would help prepare the boys for their life. Though one must have a job, Rich Dad taught the boys to eventually use your day job to begin minding your own business. The first lesson the two boys learned was that the rich do not

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    Similarly, “The Rich Boy” is narrated by a first person-observer narrator, who is a confidant of Anson. The narrator is compassionate towards Anson yet looks at him objectively and says that the rich “…are different from you and me” (Fitzgerald “Rich” 318). He looks at Anson objectively because sympathizing with Anson means he will “have nothing to show but a preposterous movie” (Fitzgerald “Rich” 318). Hence, the narrator sticks to his point of view and narrates the events, only including himself

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    A.I. - Complex and Rich

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    A.I. the Movie - Complex and Rich The pastime of viewing films has enraptured me for all of my memorable life. No director has provoked my attention and incisively touched me at the most extreme and deep levels as Stanley Kubrick. To call Kubrick my favorite filmmaker would be an understatement. In 1994 Stanley Kubrick called up his longtime friend Steven Spielberg and asked him to come over to his home, just outside London, as he had something important to discuss with him. Spielberg flew out

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    The Differences Between Rich and Poor Countries More economically developed countries are richer. This means that the countries make more money and the people in the countries have more money to spend on health, education, food and luxuries. People in these countries earn enough money so that they can borrow even more and buy their own houses and cars. They do jobs in the service industries, which mean they help people, like teachers and doctors. Less economically developed countries are

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    My Goals

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    The biggest part of our decision making is the way we were raised and the culture we have got used to. Many Americans believe that the success depends on the family background that you have. There are those who say that if the person was raised in a rich family, all opportunities are available to them and there is a high! chance that the person will live a comfortable life. The same people are saying that if the person was raised in a poor family there are too many obstacles to overcome and most of

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