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    Bumper Stickers: Are They an Invasion of Privacy? Driving down the street, in the bathroom, on telephone polls, on walls of buildings, and even on trees, bumper stickers and other forms of verbal decorations clutter our view. Some make us laugh, some provoke anger, and some pull the tiny chords on our pity strings, but all express an opinion. Should we allow people to plaster everything in view with their opinions? Those who cry out with an emphatic NO believe that these types of verbal decorations

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    While driving behind a vehicle plastered in bumper stickers, the first one to catch someone’s attention may say “Real Christians don’t judge.” Most will not give it a second thought, while others may analyze its message and the individual giving the message. In general this sticker may be found on a variety of vehicles. The vehicle itself is not as important as the individual driving it. While discussing this bumper sticker it will be important to understand where it is found, the fallacies it involves

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    the pigs used propaganda to tell lies the animals would believe. For example, when Boxer was taken away in the knacker truck, Squealer got all the animals to believe that the truck had been bought by the hospital, but they hadn’t taken the stickers on the side off yet (pg. 115). Also, on page 61, when Napoleon first drove out Snowball, Napoleon told the animals that the windmill was his idea and he just pretended not to like it to get rid of Snowball. The animals all believed him because

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    Censorship Gone Too Far

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    Censorship Gone Too Far Seven Works Cited          Have you ever walked into a music store and seen those parental advisory stickers on most of todays' popular music? Or have you seen those TV ratings on the top left corner of your favorite shows? How about the ratings on your favorite video games? I'm sure you have, but do you really know what those so-called harmless stickers, and images do to the world of entertainment and your freedom of expression for that matter? A recent craze to promote

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    Extrinsic Motivation

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    from outside are easily described as rewards. A reward is used to bribe a student into performing or completing an activity which they would not do without this reward. Certain types of rewards that are common are stars, red-light green-light, and stickers. These rewards seem to be the most common among teachers. They seem simple and harmless, but the child must not learn to only perform for a reward at all times, but for him or herself. The theory that extrinsic rewards create lasting change is

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    Imported Cars

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    reflecting off the shiny chrome wheels. Since it is hurting your eyes, you turn around; right in front of you is a sticker that says “Greddy Racing Exhaust System”. As your eyes wonder downward, you see the 4.5-inch exhaust tip. You stand up and leave with a huge smile and say, “That is going to be my car one day”. Stickers are the main characters in import car shows. You can always get stickers of anything and about anything if your car is great, as any import car owner hopes it to be. To have millions

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    censorship in music, television, and the media. One of his big adversaries is the Parent’s Musical Resource Council (PMRC), which was founded by Tipper Gore. This council promotes the censorship of albums and other products by placing parental advisory stickers on them and using television rating systems. On the other hand, Tom’s mom, Mary Morello, formed an anti-censorship organization called Parents for Rock and Rap in 1987, with the help of her son. This organization was formed to stop censorship

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    The Controversy Over Music Censorship

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    sure that no vulgarities or controversial comments are aired on radio or television. But why is some content edited and other content not? I will try and explain these questions in our article. What decides whether or not the Parental Advisory stickers get placed on an album? The RIAA follows seven guidelines in applying this important notice. 1) Contemporary cultural morals can not be offended or mocked in any way, shape or form. 2) The context of words can not be used offensively

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    Philosophy of Education

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    teachers pass off children that learn slower as problems in their classroom. This is simply not the truth; everyone should have equal opportunities to learn. I believe in giving children feed back. After they complete a test, I want to give them stickers and smiles for good grades, and sit down and talk with them about bad ones in order to see what we can do to fix the problem. I also want to be in constant contact with the parents, no matter how bothersome they are. I also enjoy change. It keeps

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    Return Of The Mac

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    FreeBSD, and hackers, who follow the most powerful OS wherever it leads, found themselves switching to Intel boxes. If you cared about design, you could buy a Thinkpad, which was at least not actively repellent, if you could get the Intel and Microsoft stickers off the front. [1] With OS X, the hackers are back. When I walked into the Apple store in Cambridge, it was like coming home. Much was changed, but there was still that Apple coolness in the air, that feeling that the show was being run by someone

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