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    The Diary of Anne Frank  Thanks to the Nazis The Diary of Anne Frank Journeying back to the early nineteenth century, when Nazi forces occupied Germany during World War II, the lives of those living in this territory was spent in constant fear and anxiety. The Diary of Anne Frank leads readers through the harsh times of a family trying to escape imprisonment in concentration camps by Nazi soldiers, where death was almost certain. Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager

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    Thank You For Smoking by Jason Reitman

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    In the films, “Thank You For Smoking,” directed by Jason Reitman and “Kinsey,” directed by Bill Condon, main characters Nick Naylor and Dr. Alfred Kinsey, defend their actions with either facts, strong opinions, and in Naylor’s instance, symbolism. Hence, both have dynamic characteristics that make them persuasive when proving their points. In both films, there are two questions that are raised. Are their actions justified and reflected in societal morals? Are they trying to route people into a

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    as unsafe as perceived by the society, by shifting its dangers to unimportant issues. As the lead campaigner for Big Tobacco Companies, he is hired to create a positive image of tobacco thereby maximizing profit for these companies. In the movie “Thank you for smoking,” Naylor employs various fallacies to demonstrate how arguments can distract an audience from their original values, beliefs and concerns. A common fallacy used by Mr. Naylor in the movie is the red herring fallacy. Here, the debater

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    thank you

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    Thank You Have you ever had the opportunity to say a simple thank you and have let the opportunity pass? Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to make up for the time passed without that simple thank you. I have passed up many opportunities to say thanks, but I’m not going to let this opportunity fall though the cracks. I would like to thank you to my mom, the friends that I have had my whole life, and my principal of six years. I would like to thank my mom. She has always been there for me, and

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    A Letter of Thanks

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    eventually started a charity for other kids in Africa to go to school. This made me think of all the small acts that happen every day and how they affect me and people around me. Then I remembered thinking about the court of honor and you. I want to thank you for being you and for all of the small acts of kindness. I also remember seeing a study that said people who show gratitude are happier than those who don’t, and I thought this would be a great way for me to show some gratitude to you. I am not

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    Ladies and Gentlemen you'll be pleased to know I am only going to speak for a couple of minutes because of my throat..... if I go on too long Angie has threatened to cut it. However, before I begin, on behalf of John and Angie I would like to thank everyone who has helped to make this the special day that it is - and I think we can all agree it has been splendid so far. Well, I knew it would be difficult to follow a speech made by John and I was right .... I couldn't follow a bloomin word

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    journal

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    Kevin: The bags in the car Jose. Gomez: The names Gomez Kevin: Whatever!... Marcus: And yeah here, take Baby. Clean out his bag, poor thing just pooped      everywhere. And teach him how t o say yo quiero Taco Bell. Thanks a lot      Rico Suava- Kevin: Gratsi Marcus: Thanks Julio. Gomez: Right away maam. Walks into hotel lobby. Kevin: (Marcus trips) Sweetie, you’ve gotta slow up with those Cosmos. (Giggles)      Brittney and Tiffany Wilson... (Bumps rack on counter with her boobs) Sorry

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    Humorous Best Man Speech

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    like to thank the groom for his kind words, and may I also say that they have done a fantastic job today and all of them look absolutely beautiful. I'd also like to say that the bride looks absolutely stunning today as I’m sure you will all agree. Unfortunately for the wedding photographs, the groom just looks stunned. When I was asked to be best man I consulted the Internet for help. I must confess I was perplexed by some of the things I was expected to do: Help the groom dress. Thanks, but

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    During the trip "our two professors watched every bird upon the wing, and every shrub upon the bank" (74). They even used an Assai palm as a landmark so they could find their way back to Maple White Land (75), but what did the plant life get for a thanks? "We drew them up [the canoes] and concealed them among the bushes [probably breaking quite a few branches], blazing a tree with our axes, so that we should find them again" (77). This was typical of the treatment plant life received all throughout

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    Critique La Ventura

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    enter the scene from opposite directions from where the came the shot before. However L’Avventura is a whole other world of its own. The title translates to English as “The Adventure” and indeed that’s what it is. The movie is relaxing to watch thanks to the scenery, but it’s slow and a bit boring. The film is over two hours long (2:20 or so) and it takes a while to get anywhere. This is disturbing because the plot didn’t seem to have as much importance as the camera angles, framing shots or dialogue

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