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    The role of technology has unraveled our culture for so many years that its taken a collision course with an entirely new culture of online gaming. The definition of online gaming is that it is a technology rather than a genre, a mechanism for connecting players together rather than a particular pat...
  • Hot Topics > Bullying
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    When I was in fourth grade I had a really bad experience with bullying. There was this fellow classmate who often stirred up trouble; the class clown if you will. I tried my best to ignore him as I was not a confrontational person, but it eventually led to my downfall. The teacher thought I would be...
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    Hey, you there. Yeah, you. Are you supposed to be heading off to college this semester but have no college to go to? Before you tell your parents the infamous ‘I got into Yale’ round about, I’ll introduce you to St. Petersburg College in well, St. Petersburg Florida. Not only is this school ...
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    The family went silent when all of the sudden, Bang! Bang! In such a loud manner that the birds silently rose from their nests. Yet Flannery O' Connor's story “A Good Man is Hard to Find” is far from a horror story or a ghastly true event. It comes from a realistic point of view in a t...
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    The sermon “Sinners in the Hand of an Angry God” was written by Christian theologian Jonathan Edwards, in 1741. The doctrine was intended to plunge the fear of God into those who were being sinful. Many people could not understand the sermon without knowing about it's author first. Edward...
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    It was one of those miracle days at the animal shelter when Old Pap’s walked in wearing a polyester suit. He carried a bundle of papers in one hand and a rusty archaic pipe in the other. The aroma of the smoke infested sod sent a sharp sting up my nose. “Hello, Mr. Alvarez, have you made your di...
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    The gooey white cream filing embracing between those savory yellow sponges could make anyone go mentally unstable. At least that's what Dan White professed in his 1979 trial over the murders of San Francisco mayor George Moscone and gay rights activist Harvey Milk. Over the span of the now infa...
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    There are already enough environmental issues to deal with in the Brandon, Florida, so it may come to as a surprise when there are many citizens of my apartment complex that do not bother to pick up their trash. Bottle canteens, animal feces, and even candy wrappers lie day in and day out, rotting t...
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    The oversight of the explorations made by Christopher Columbus and Vasco da Gama are both brutal, surprising, and years later still relevant. The accomplishment that Columbus achieved may have become an enormous conquest for Spain but a bigger impact was on the land that he came to, in which he slau...
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    The Constitutional Convention that took place from May 14 to September 17, 1787, was set in motion to address the problems in government in the United States of America. This Philadelphian Convention was being operated under the Articles of Confederation following their independence from Great Brita...
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    When Ida Tarbell wrote The History of the Standard Oil Company in 1904, it inspired other journalist to write about large and corrupt businesses. Although the book itself is accredited for later breaking up the company and contributed to the United States government's antitrust actions against ...
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    Gene Tierney famously said “I admire anyone who rids himself of an addiction”. This is especially true when it comes to certain types of addiction. Addiction to drugs, alcohol, sex, caffeine, and gambling could be hard habits to kick back once they have taken affect. In this paper I will be disc...
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    “A house divided against itself cannot stand...I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free.” America will become all one thing, or all the other.” This is a famous quote spoken by Abraham Lincoln in 1858 to describe one of the reasons for fighting in the Civil...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I hear the meadows sing, Yet I do not know what they tell me. I make a headdress out of their token, And put on the object that I have woven. I rest my head down on the flowers, Waiting to have those final hours. Tired from a long day, From the trip that took a long way. The sun dies down, ...
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    A man of avid structure, With a fervent for knowledge, Yet abject by nature, Lived alongside the river with his mother, She longed to abstain his age long question, An answer of who had been his father, Enapay, abscond your mind, They cajoled, as if meetings of clandestine, In normal gratitu...
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    No matter what war in history has happened; our soldiers will fight beyond the grave. As long as our universe is intact, they will fight that same battle over and over again. Even when the battle is over they will keep fighting. Their souls still at war with the opponents who destroyed them...
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    What people see as beautiful is not always the case to medical doctors. So why is it that in the 21st century to be attractive is to take drastic measures and get cosmetic surgery. People with body dysmorphic disorders generally pass themselves as unattractive when really their eight's at best....
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    The sight of her is as beautiful as looking through a meadow of flowers, that even the towns woman basked at her handsomeness. She with auburn hair carried the elegance of virginity and virtue, none of which could compare. Soulful dark eyes that stood with stillness, as if clouds that were upon th...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It began like any other day, mother was working overtime at the insurance company that put a roof over our heads while my brother and sister were away at their colleges. "Watch your niece today", my sister had said to me just before she left for a good five hours. I'm sixteen, it'...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    It was a quarter to noon when I had come to the realization that I had been placed into an interrogation room. It wasn't like I grew accustom to The Majestic's tactics. Sweat dripped down my face as the room itself began to pour moist. The room, the room was one of the luxuries I also came...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I have always loved you. I have always cared for you, even when no one else would. If I died tonight it wouldn't matter, because if I did you would always be thinking of me. I would run to the ends of the earth just to be with you. You are the moon and I am the earth and we will nev...
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    The Lady In White, Says... You think that love is lust. You thought I wouldn't find out but when I did it made you feel pity for me. I guess it was meant to be. People are talking about what you did to me. Now I see your true colors, everyone can see who you really are now. The infidelit...
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    She had forgotten every piece of memory we shared. Torn by our parents, never to remember, nothing prospered. We were young and love struck us blind. Like children playing in a meadow, peaceful, in twine. Running down the street I chased after. Fast and energetic, you were spectacular. When we...
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    Take an equation and distribute to another. The first and the second can’t be without the other. Next step you need is to multiply if you get a decimal then don’t even try. Add the two that are always together so that they are forever. Now watch your equation come to life then begin ...
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    What is a rose but compared to love? A rare finding from up above. Will it sore like a dove? The rose bright and red- Leaving no single trace of what it said. Grows sharp green thorns. That will be re-born. A heart that is fully grown. Thorns from the root they start- And ties deeply onto m...

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