Bearded dragons consume both animal matter and plant matter – they are omnivorous lizards, and in the wild, a bearded dragon can spend hours hunting and foraging to get its fill of enough nutrients to last it for the day. In captivity, it is easy to imagine that a bearded dragon will have little or no trouble getting its fill of food, because reptile keepers can just buy what the critter needs.
As a young boy, nothing appealed to me more than Saturday cartoons. The feeling of waking up every morning feeling excited to see what this week’s episode might bring to the table. Every individual show had its own way to express itself whether it be the action, animations/art style, or even the morals it tries to projects to the viewer. Every one of these shows gave me ideas on how to expand my imagination and not to be ashamed of embracing such characteristic. Then, this one particular Saturday morning, I got up and switched on the television to be introduced to a new fictional show that I’ve never seen before. From that day forward, because of that one fictional character, I fell in love with the television series called Dragonball.
Chasing the Dragon, a documentary produced by Jim Comey and Chuck Rosenberg, was is intended to inform young men and women across the world about the prescription drug and heroin epidemic. This film displays the horrific journey many teens and young adults have gone through, all starting with a drug called marijuana and graduating to other harmful and extremely dangerous narcotics. In the beginning of the film, Comey and Rosenberg show clips of people struggling with the addictive drugs and their distraught parents trying to get them through the pain they are experiencing. Sarah, one of the interviewees, was prescribed oxycodone by her doctor after an accident. After returning to refill too many times her doctor refused to prescribe more resulting in buying oxycodone off of the street. With oxycodone being too expensive she was introduced to heroin by a friend, getting a higher quantity for far less than what oxycodone was priced at.
“Slaying the Dragon” by Deborah Gee is a comprehensive look at media stereotypes of Asian and Asian American women since the silent era. From the racist use of white actors to portray Asians in early Hollywood films, through the success of Anna May Wong’s sinister dragon lady, to Suzie Wong and the ‘50s geisha girls, to the Asian-American anchorwoman of today. The movie also shows how stereotypes of exoticism and docility have affected the perception of Asian-American women.
In the novel, Dealing With Dragons, by Patricia C. Wrede, the main character Cimorene does not want to be a proper princess.Since she does not like being a proper princess, she runs away from her castle and wedding then goes to a dragon's cave and becomes Kazul’s princess.While she is the dragon’s princess she saves them from a couple of wizards, Zemenar and Antorell, and a dragon, Woraug, from becoming king and giving the wizards the crystal plate.Cimorene shows unprincess-like behavior.
In the satirical story, Dealing with Dragons, Patricia C. Wrede portrays Cimorene, an extraordinary princess of Linderwall who doesn’t want to be under supervision, as a princess that does not think that the requirements of being a princess apply to her. Cimorene leaves the castle to go live with the dragons of the Mountains of Morning. Cimorene was not justified because if she marries Therandil Linderwall will become a prosperous kingdom. Also, It is apart of Cimorene’s heritage to become a Queen. Finally if all her family members were to die, there will be no royal blood would rule the kingdom. However, in the eyes of others, Cimorene is justified in leaving
Normally when one thinks about observing a creative activity they immediately think of sports or the arts, their mind being flooded with images of dancers gliding across a stage, painters swiping their brush across a canvas, or strong-abled bodies dribbling a ball down a field. All of these activities are undoubtedly creative, but as American society has grown and changed with advancing technology, so has the way people are able to engage in creative processes and events. In the last fifty years, the gaming world has exploded, bringing with it a new form of creativity. From electronic gaming to board games and live action role playing games (RPG), these new forms of competitive entertainment have been laying the foundations for a new outlet of creativity.
Fire-Breathing Dragon: This dragon was protecting jewel in a tower. When the dragon was disturbed by a thief, the dragon went crazy. It was up to Beowulf to stop it. Beowulf and Wiglaf together fought the dragon. The dragon was eventually killed by Wiglaf. Fire-Breathing Dragon: This dragon was protecting jewel in a tower. When the dragon was disturbed by a thief, the dragon went crazy. It was up to Beowulf to stop it. Beowulf and Wiglaf together fought the dragon. The dragon was eventually killed by Wiglaf. Fire-Breathing Dragon: This dragon was protecting jewel in a tower. When the dragon was disturbed by a thief, the dragon went crazy. It was up to Beowulf to stop it. Beowulf and Wiglaf together fought the dragon. The dragon was eventually
The Dragon Flyer is the first steel racing/dueling coaster in Pennsylvania. This ride is a double track roller coaster with fast speeds going up to 70 mph! Fly through the twists and turns and enjoy dueling your opponent. You can ride either the Fire Dragon, or the Ice Dragon. Riding through the ring of fire, soaring through the loops and racing to the finish line is some of the entertaining features of the Dragon Flyer . However, you should be kept safe at all times. Although the Dragon Flyer is 100% safe, you will need to help keep yourself safe as well, keeping your hands onto the latch bar will help secure yourself. All loose items should be discarded onto the platform near the ride. The Dragon Flyer is not responsible for any broken,
“A kingdom is in turmoil as the old King Roland dies and its worthy successor, Prince Peter, must do battle to claim what is rightly his. Plotting against him is the evil Flagg and his pawn, young Prince Thomas. Yet with every plan there are holes – like Thomas’s terrible secret. And the determined Prince Peter, who is planning a daring escape from his imprisonment…” (very first page)
What elements in the story “The Dragon” represent the Freudian Conscious mind? Make sure to provide quotes and references from the story to support your answer. (3 Marks) Throughout the short story, it is evident that at times the psychiatrist retreats to his conscious state often. This is shown when the psychiatrist unwittingly sits in Kirk’s chair and looked at his office as if it were his first time there. Unknowingly the psychiatrist had “moved around to the other side of the circle and lowered himself into Kirk’s chair”. This shows his conscious mind making decisions revealing his true feelings, that the psychiatrist deeply relates to Kirk and can easily put himself in Kirk’s shoes.
Kwon Jiyong, G-Dragon, was born on August 18th. Over the last several years, every time on his birthday he has made the very generous donation of 81.8 million South Korean Won to various charities. 81.8 million Won, the same number as his birthdate, is the equivalent of 72,649 U.S. dollars. The amount is the same as his birthday. This year his donation went towards the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, or UNHCR, in order for refugees to have a place to live when escaping war in their countries. In this quote by him, "We think we want to live in a peaceful world. I am sick when I see children who have been evacuated because of civil war and violence. . . I want to give them my little sincerity in making a place to rest even for