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    A lot of people grew up in small towns, but it is more people that grew up in big cities. Most kids that grow up in small towns are bored when kids in big cities have something to do everyday. It’s safe to grow up in a small town and very dangerous for a big city. Small towns are very safe, but then some may be very dangerous and people would never know. A lot of kids live in small towns and they have a good life, but when they grow up it will boring. Most of the kids grow up to be very successful

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    Chicago is the city which comes in the top notch cities in America but nowadays it is not a scenario behind the beautiful beaches of Chicago there is a lot of black water. There are many dark sides in Chicago which makes it difficult to survive in it.The three main reasons are 1)Drug trafficking 2)Corruption 3)Gun Violence. Drug Trafficking: It is one of the biggest issues which is faced by Chicago nowadays.There are many gangs which are activated in Chicago which is responsible for killing, beating

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    thorough investigation. Guy and John are similar for three reasons. First they both go on a dangerous physical journey. Second, they both go on a journey of enlightenment. Finally, as a result of their journeys, both John and Guy find a new purpose in life. For these reasons, John and Guy are similar characters and deserve further investigation. Both Guy and John are similar because they both go on a dangerous physical journey. In Fahrenheit 451, Guy travels from his house to his friend Faber’s house

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    the Working Class in England describes the inhumane and atrocious living and working conditions for the proletariat in England. He describes life in England before the Industrial revolution and how there was a shift in population from rural farmland to urban cities. Engels describes as factories grew, the demand of labor increased, and the population in cities increased the quality of living for those people in factories deteriorated. The descriptions that Engels uses to describe the smells and the

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    was in the city of New York. She romantically writes about the city of New York, as a paradise for people in their twenties. New York is a city filled with adventure, and she is thankful for her time that she had spent in the city. Joan Didon was a young, idealistic writer, searching for an audience in the city of New York. She recalls her experience as a struggle, but also a fun time in her life, which helped her find herself, and in the end she found her husband as well. The city is notorious

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    illegal drug trade started to rise and many individuals especially youth started to join this dangerous and illegal economy. Youths were ambitious and were attracted to this inner city business just to get money in a faster way. That is because drug selling and other illegal activities appeared to be the most effective way to get rich in a faster way. Also many of these youth would rather earn money in a dangerous way than working for someone racially superior. Many of these youngsters joined these underground

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    The Rules Of A Dog

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    owners. Over 700 U.S. cities have breed specific laws, regulations, and ordnances already in place. These laws ruin lives. These laws kill innocent dogs. Thirty cities in my home state of Arkansas some have implemented laws that stress discriminate of bully breeds, bully types and bully looking dogs. These laws are strictly on pit bulls.(1) On November 7th, 2012, 7:00 am the, Belfast City Council murdered Lennox. Lennoc was an innocent dog. This sweet boy loved his family, life, and did nothing wrong

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    as hope. Hope empowers us, and lets us press on even in the face of defeat. However, having too much of it can be dangerous. The Jews for example, during World War II, they had too much hope, and they wound up dead. Allow me to expand. As I said before, optimism (hope) is the most powerful thing in the world, with the second being fear. However, having too much of it is very dangerous. Too much hope can cause people to have tunnel vision. Hope can restrict the ability to notice, or recognize the

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    affected by air pollution. Dangerous toxins, like mercury, have shown to settle on plants and in water. Animals then consume the water and plants and then they become affected. The health effects of these poisons then go up through the food chain until it has reached the top. Animals at the top of the food chain are the ones with the largest concentrations of these toxins. Water pollution is another impactful factor in our ecosystems. Clean water is vital to the survival of life. Water is used for drinking

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    The film City of God portrays the life of the youth living in one Brazil’s most dangerous favela’s Cidade de Deus or City of God. Through a sequential storytelling style, the film is broken in to mini stories that document the rise and fall of the main characters who live in City of God. Although there are central characters with which the narrative follows. the objective of the film is an attempt to provide a portrait of the favela, City of God. The favela become a character. To better understand

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    Plastic Pollution Essay

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    With the ceaseless consumption of plastics, problems arise affecting the current state of the planet along with the existing life that depends on it, negatively impacting the future to come. As Leighton Kille and Rachael Stephens state in their Journalist’s Resource article “Plastics, Human Health and Environmental Impacts: The Road Ahead,” the readily usable products made of plastic create a hazard to people and the environment. Plastics, found in many products and made simple to dispose of, contain

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    services like Domino’s and little Caesars do not deliver in locations that are deemed dangerous and have a color system designated for certain neighborhoods. The American Civil Liberties Union criticizes this practice as discriminatory as some of these neighborhoods are predominantly minority neighborhoods and believe it is a racial issue. I believe that the issue is safety as some neighborhoods are more dangerous and create a risk towards the delivery workers. As a customer of these neighborhoods

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    Peru? Most people are likely to relate to stereotypes when thinking about Lima, Peru, and this is mainly owed to the fact that there has been a lot of bad publicity related to the location in the recent years. Like all major cities from around the world it can be a dangerous place for a na誰ve person, but as long as one knows how to stay close to the group that he or she is travelling with and ignores strangers who seem suspicious everything is likely to be all right. Avoiding taxi drivers who ask

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    Name Professor Course Date Obsession and The Lost City of Z The first eight chapters of David Grann's The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon investigates the legend of Percy Fawcett, an English explorer and archeologist who vanished searching for an Amazonian lost city of gold in 1925. Initially, the author attempts to "simply record how generations of scientists and adventurers became fatally obsessed with solving the greatest exploration mystery of the twentieth century"

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    Chapter 1 of experiencing cities was all about the foundations of the constantly growing metropolitan city. It includes everything from facts about how fast our cities are growing to city as a state of mind. But the section that intrigued me the most was “symbolic interactionism and the study of city life.” symbolic interactivity means that people are the ones who play an active role in their environment. In other words the area you live in is going to be determined by the way you interact with others

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    to reverse the life-threatening effects of pollution. Although, some could argue that pollution is mostly caused by natural chemicals; the number one leading cause of pollution is human activity. With the continued growth of human activity and modern production, pollution has reached its highest levels; causing an increase in environmental and

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    Life In Urban America

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    constant bustle. Early cities were repugnant. They were dirty, polluted and over-crowed. Life inside the city was detestable for most. “The city’s ways and forms were conceived of as too artificial and of the wrong quality to support a more life” . Warner draws forth the idea of the city as artificial which is a very troubling quality. Life in the city was artificial and created a fake way of life. This artificial form was the thing people wanted to avoid. The great populous cities of Europe were over

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    Pollution is a growing concern that is gradually changing the way the environment and ecosystem function. With thousands of foreign and natural contaminants being pumped into the environment every day, serious action will need to be taken to reverse the life-threatening effects of pollution. Although, some could argue that pollution is mostly caused by natural chemicals; the number one leading cause of pollution is human activity. With the continued growth of human activity and modern production, pollution

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    Why is it that some people think that it’s dangerous going out the front door? There are many ways why people will think that. The three ways that I find to be some major ways is, the person might not be ready, the outside is full of dangerous people, and that the person might get with the wrong group and get into bad things. Reason 1 of why I think that going out the front is dangerous is that, the person might not just not be ready. There are many reasons why a person might not be ready. They

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    have any fun with Dorothy. The best part of Dorothy's life is her best friend Toto, who is black and the only thing that isn't gray in her life. A fast approaching cyclone is about to change Dorothy's life forever. Dorothy's first experience with color came when her house was thrown by a cyclone into the land

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