Dakoda Dowd

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  • My Group Presentation, We Chose The Business Hooters

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    In my group presentation, we chose the business Hooters. I Personally have never been to Hooters before. But I have learned a lot of good qualities about this company. Most people when they think of Hooters they think of the girls. Some people don 't like the idea of the Hooter girls and some people are biased about it. Waitresses dress unique with a tight white tank top with their logo and tight orange spandex shorts. Causing many people to refuse the eat at Hooters cause of the “sex appeal” look

  • Women Of Hollywood Speak Out Is An Article By Maureen Dowd Of The New York Times

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    discrimination, and a lack of jobs for female filmmakers has been a problem in Hollywood since its early days, and recently this problem has been analyzed using many different genres. The Women of Hollywood Speak Out is an editorial written by Maureen Dowd of the New York Times. It is about difficulty for female filmmakers to break out and direct big budget films for Hollywood. Celluloid Ceilings: Women Directors Speak Out is a video created by Bloomberg about the issues with sexism and discrimination

  • Summary OfElon Musk's Future Shock?

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    In the article "Elon Musk's Future Shock," Maureen Dowd expresses the thought of artificial intelligence through the eyes of Elon Musk and other intriguing researchers.Investigating the positives and negatives of the feelings towards technology running our lives in the near future. My viewpoint towards technology is that technology has already shaped the world into what it is today, what other major things could it do? Will robots take over our world? Entrepreneur, Elon Musk, the owner of a rocket

  • Hustle: The Myth, Life, and Lies Of Pete Rose by Michael Sokolove

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    was always trying to do whatever it took in order to win. He was my first recollection of how free agency could ruin your favorite team when he departed for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1979, and led them to the World Series in 1980. In 1989, The Dowd Report (which harshly criticized Rose for gambling) was a shock. That a player who was so intent on winning and would do whatever it took to help his team to