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  • Stand And Hit Or Ground

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    Sharp objects like glass, rocks, gravel, tools, and an endless number of other things could prove to be a serious danger to someone "rolling around" on the ground during a fight. More situational awareness: A stand-up focused approach to fighting allows one to keep good situational awareness. Being aware of one 's surroundings is always important, in any given situation in life, but that is especially true during a self-defense event. For example, it is far easier to quickly notice a drawn

  • How Gaming Saved My Future

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    Hello, My name is Marcus Paige. This is my essay on how gaming saved my future. I discovered gaming through watching television. One show in particular that caught my attention, was called "Nick's Video Arcade". I would really get into that show because during that time I did not own my a console of my own. So, this was the best I could do at the time. I would also pick up gaming magazines from time to time. I could see what was new in the gaming scene and read about future consoles coming out

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Facing Death '

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    member, the patient, to pass through the door of death without aggressive care, while there are yet other families who insist on everything being done to delay the moment of death. This topic of fighting death is attributed with producing much debate. On one hand are those who do not see the point of fighting death, however, on the other hand, there are those who believe that delaying death and staying alive is what ought to be done. Personally, from what I understand of either party, I think that I

  • Hamlet Soliloquy Analysis

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    In Hamlet’s soliloquy in act IV scene iv, he brings up the question of “what is a man?” Hamlet does this while looking upon the over powering army that is lead by Fortinbras. His army was passing through Denmark to fight over an insignificant piece of land in Poland. Hamlet then thinks about his lack of action with his mission to kill Claudius. While he is seeing this massive army marching, going to war over something so insignificant he realizes that he must try to make his “thoughts bloody” (4

  • Abuse Of Animal Abuse

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    cages, and crowded pools. There are also people who illegally fight animals for money; i.e. Dog fighting, cock fighting, etc. These animals fight for their lives, but the owners don’t care about whether or not they die, they just want money. Animals should not be used for our entertainment. Animals are not given the choice of going into the entertainment world. People gamble on dog fighting, cock fighting, etc. Wild cats and elephants in circuses endure abuse and neglect to be taught how to jump through

  • Argumentative Essay On Dog Fighting

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    fight other dogs. According to Orhan Yilmaz, dog fighting has been going on for centuries as a past time. When a dog enters a fight, there is almost always one dog getting injured, sometimes it is so bad that the owner of the dog carries it away in a bag to disguise it, just so the police do not see the injured creature. Having dog fights in an area repeatedly will end up attracting more crime even which causes only more trouble. A dog trained for fighting ends up becoming somewhat savage and likely to

  • The Rise And Fall Of Ktonos Short Story

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    Ktonos, by virtue of winning the grand melee, was now the rising star in the class. Defiant of tradition, he would no longer carry a seconod blade into a fight. Both hands on the hilt of his bastard sword, he was rapidly showing that he was a force to be reckoned with in a fight. More than a few of his class mates were forced out of training for days at a time from injuries that he delivered. Even enchanted to not deliver a lethal wound, Ktonos had found was to subvert this, using his pommel to great

  • Antigone Why People Take Action

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    Why should people take action? In the play “Antigone” by Sophocles Antigone takes action by burying her brother which no one was supposed to do. She did it because she felt it was only right. People should take action whenever they feel ,there are various reasons such as their feelings emotionally , fairness, the good well being of others, or just whenever they deem morally correct. There are many reasons why people should take action, for example, for fairness. Why fairness, well because fairness

  • The Black Belt

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    there, Angelica. A practice match began and we began scoring against each other. Pads and body parts begin to launch at one another. “1… 2… 3… MATCH!” I won, easily. With my ego boosted a bit, I began a search for another member who was worthy of fighting me. I began to look down the isle. “GERALD” I cried, “come, let’s spar”. Delighted Gerald responded “alright, let’s go!” Gerald was huge, almost doubling my arm length and 1.5 times my height. The instructors took us to our respective corners, we

  • My Journey In Life

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    disputes that occured on a daily basis, one parent always disatisfied with the other . As a small child not many thoughts would run through my mind as I saw my parents fighting and my dad drinking. To me it seemed normal because at least I had both my parents and it would get better eventually. Eventually never came, the fighting and the drinking progressed as I grew, and the bitterness that accumulated over the years overcame me and now it wasn't just a fight between partners, it was a fight between