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    learn in life. We all learned rather quickly not to yawn early in the morning, because if we did the sergeant would order us to do the “alarm clock wake up”, where the guy in front would turn around and slaps the person behind him. Then that guy would turn around and slap the guy behind him. I still feel kind of sorry for the last guy in line; he never got to smack anyone! Indeed, it is quite an effective way to wake up the troops. Unfortunately, we also learned to not have

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    today’s society. For generations the norms of a particular culture or religious group have seemingly be set in stone, in recent times there have been advancements, rather, greater levels of acceptance by many. Julia Serano, author of “Why Nice Guys Finish Last,” makes assertion that men and women can be of equal roles in the modern day. This is possible, however, there is a lot to be done to ultimately change the current mindset that men are seen as the active predator/oppressor individual, whilst

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    There has always been inequality in society. Whether it is between genders or races it has always been a major problem and played important roles in everyday lives. As time has gone on, groups have been created in hope of ending these inequalities and creating a more peaceful society. In some ways feminism has done amazing things in creating more equal rights for women. Though there are still major problems that need to be worked on and feminism seems to not be working as well anymore. Due to the

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    In the Last of the Mohicans, the audience is able to identify the protagonist or “good guys” and the antagonist or “bad guys” early on in the film. Within the first forty five minutes, Chingachgook, Uncas, and Hawkeye emerge as the protagonist of The Last of the Mohicans. On the other hand, Magua and Colonel Munro establish themselves as the bad guys of the film. However, Major Duncan Heyward, was the only character to serve as both a protagonist and antagonist in The Last of the Mohicans. Each of

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    Single men lead different lifestyles compared to men that are committed to one woman. When a guy is single, he might wish he had a girlfriend. When that same guy finds a girlfriend, he might want to be single again. This is a strange cycle that many young men go through for many years. Although there are many differences between these two lifestyles, one similarity is apparent. That is the transition from one lifestyle to the other. The transition is often very difficult. These transitions

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    Mr. Nice Guy

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    It is a well-known stereotype that “nice guys finish last.” I use the term “stereotype” loosely, because, at times, it can feel like a universal law of nature. Most of us know how it goes. Two guys, one nice; the other not, both vie for the attentions of the same girl. The nice guy is ever sympathetic, expressive, and kind, but for all his efforts, the other guy, effortlessly employing an uncanny maneuver called “Being a Jack-Ass,” gets the girl. Thus, in the most paradoxical of paradoxes, it is

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    family is composed of Guy, the father, Lili, the mother, and Little Guy, their son. Throughout the entirety of the story, the story provides the reader with in-depth details about each one of the main characters. Lili and Little Guy can fully be understood early in the story and are static characters, but the same cannot be said for Guy. although the reader is giving information about Guy early on, he he quickly changes in this story. In A Wall of Fire Rising, Lili and Little Guy are static characters

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    a tribute to the nice guys. The nice guys that finish last, that never become more than friends, that endure hours of whining and bitching about what assholes guys are, while disproving the very point. This is dedicated to those guys who always provide a shoulder to lean on but restrain themselves to tentative hugs, those guys who hold open doors and give reassuring pats on the back and sit patiently outside the changing room at department stores. This is in honor of the guys that obligingly reiterate

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    Super javoni

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    Nice Guy! And you sir, are not being very nice!” Javoni said. Mr. First Grader laughed and said “Nice guy? Nice guy! HA! That’s a good one! Well if you don’t mind ‘Nice Guy’, I am going to take over the city now, so if you would kindly step out of my way now…” but Nice Guy did not move. “Hey don’t you know that it’s impolite to ignore someone when they ask you to do something!? And I thought you were nice…” Mr. First Grader mocked Nice Guy, but Nice Guy did not seem to mind. “Oh yeah?” Nice Guy said

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    really incredible stories this year with guys that have come out of the local competition or players that probably didn’t expect to play much this season that have really stepped up and I am incredibly proud of them. Not only how they are a good group of players, they’re also a group of men, and that’s why it has been easy for me to transition back from first grade to NSW Cup. I probably had an opportunity to say ‘no, I’ll hang the boots up after my last game at Penrith,’ but why would I do that

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