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    Pat Burk Biography

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    Sean Astin is the actor who played Rudy. Only difference is Pat has more red in his beard, and a more comical expression on his face when he smiles. He was always pretty fit and one thing I always noticed was how big his calves were. He’s scrappy in some aspects

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    against all odds to play football for Notre Dame. Rudy, through the course of his entire life, had been told by everyone that chasing his dream of playing Notre Dame football would only cause him heartache. Despite all hindrances, Rudy, played by Sean Astin, accomplished his dream, and is to this day the last Notre Dame football player to be carried off the field. The reoccurring them in the movie is to be persistent in chasing your dreams and overcome all obstacles and criticism you may encounter

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    Survival in solitude

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    Survival in solitude After being stranded on an uninhabited island, Robinson Crusoe manages to discover his natural abilities that serve as indicators of his true character. At first glance the common adage, “Necessity is the mother of all inventions,” appears to account for the character of Robinson Crusoe; however, further analysis suggests that the intelligence, industriousness, and optimism are inherent to Crusoe’s personality. Sir Francis Bacon so aptly stated, “Prosperity doth best discover

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    Tupac

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    Wallace and Shakur were once good friends and then became enemies. Both men would rap mean, nasty stuff about each other and Shakur even claimed to have slept with Wallace’s wife, Faith Evans. Wallace was an East coast rapper and best friends with Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. They were both affiliated with Bad Boy Entertainment, which had close ties to the Crips gang. Tupac came to be associated with the West Coast rappers and Death Row Records. Death Row was owned by Marion "Suge" Knight, a former NFL

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    Urban sprawl

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    This Halloween, Sean Clancy had the most original costume in his southern Pennsylvania neighborhood. The base layer of his costume wasn’t very exciting at all- a flannel shirt, jeans and boots. However, the next layer really made Clancy’s costume memorable. He tucked a street sign into his belt and draped a GAP bag from his left pocket. He hung a Coke can from his thigh and pinned a Sunoco gas rebate banner on his right knee. A KFC sign was just above his left knee, and Clancy’s mask was a US road

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    Jay Sean - The New Sensation The appearance of the R&B singer Jay Sean has proved to be prosperous. Being the UK’s first ever Asian R&B superstar, he has already been victorious with the smooth anthem ‘Dance with you’. What makes Jay Sean so exciting is that yet

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    Biography of Christopher Wallace, The Big

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    “Sky's the limit and you know that you can have, what you want, be what you want, have what you want, be what you want.” This lyric by Christopher Wallace simply states that if you want something that it is possible for you to achieve it with enough hard work. Christopher Wallace, known to the world as the Notorious BIG was a product of the streets growing up in the ghetto of Brooklyn in the 1990s. Christopher inspired many with his timeless lyrics reflecting the American dream from the perspective

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    J. M. Synge is one of the most prominent Irish writers of the twentieth century; his writing characterizes a broad, multifaceted range of political, social and religious anxieties shaping Ireland for the duration of its most remarkable period of change, which transformed the place from a relatively peaceful country to a more political and aggressive location. The picture Synge creates shows us that the question of identity relating to Ireland is problematic; however it has produced and provoked

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    Biggie Smalls Biography

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    Christopher Wallace as known as Biggie Smalls was born on May 21, 1972. He was born in Brooklyn, New York in the neighborhood of Bedford Stuyvesant. Biggie later became known. He experienced a rough childhood at an early age. He was surrounded by drug addicts and dealers. By his early teens, biggie had joined the life that was all around them. He once said, “Hustlers were my heroes” At the age of seventeen, Biggie was arrested for selling crack, and spent nine months in a North Carolina Prison before

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    Question 4

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    also usually very fit and affluent. This reinforces a stereotype that gay people mostly fit, wealthy, and into fashion. Straight actors sometimes play LGBT roles. Two examples of this are Jared Leto’s performance as Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club and Sean Penn’s performance as Harvey Milk in Milk. There is a possible problem with straight actors playing these roles, such as not being able to truly portray a LGBT person due to their heterosexual privilege. In my opinion a great actor would overcome the

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