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    Speech About My Birthday

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    It is my Birthday so Gimme Gimme Gimme In one day, nine hours, twenty- four minutes and nine seconds it will be my birthday. I will be sixteen years old. I better get everything I want for my birthday or I will throw a huge fit. It is my Birthday so I should get everything I want, since it is my day. My parents rented out the local pool, so just me and my friends can swim. My parents also got chipotle and orange leaf to cater my party. Everyone will be talking about it when we go back to school

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    Billy - Original Writing It was late November. The leaves (what was left of them) were a multitude of colors, reds, oranges, and yellows. The air was cool, but not as bad as what was to come. Pittsburgh usually has a good autumn but a horrible winter. It was the day before Thanksgiving. I was sitting in Trigonometry counting down the minutes until the school day would be over. I still had around four or five hours. It was only the beginning of the day, but my excitement

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    Gimme Shelter Anne Morse have the ability to attract audiences than Sandy Schaefer because Anne Morse’s perspective of Gimme Shelter was more emotional and digs deep into how much the author struggled to get the movie out despite of all the people who try to stop him by offering him money. She also showed how much the cast were devoted to making this movie. Some of the actor from the movie did not even get paid instead they donated the money they made from the movie to the real life shelters run

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    Gimme Shelter is a categorical documentary that depicts the Rolling Stones and their free concert at Altamont Speedway in 1969. With the documentaries direct cinema approach, the camera becomes an observational tool, such as a fly on the wall, so it can focus on capturing the reality and full representation of an event and its characters. In this case, it captures the tragedy and chaos that shaped itself as one of the most disastrous and violent concerts of all time. Categorical documentary films

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    An oft swept under the carpet Biblical story is that of the rape of Dinah and her brothers’ subsequent murder of an entire city. Reminiscent of The Rolling Stone’s “Gimme Shelter,” Chapter 34 of Genesis exemplifies sin in the Bible to the point where the story can be looked at many ways and the blame can be placed on many different people. There is the rapist himself, Shechem, there are the murderous sons of Jacob, Simeon and Levi, who slaughter a defenseless city, and there is the weakness of Jacob

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    culture, tensions begin to arise. In the examination of Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha and the Maysles’ film Gimme Shelter, I will assess my argument of how the two works provide tension and harmony such as how in Siddhartha, the main character counteracts the tradition of the various religious groups to formulate his own path to spiritual enlightenment similar to how the Rolling Stones in the film Gimme Shelter introduce a new form of culture that disassociates itself from the traditional perspective of

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    Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones is influential because it talks about the chaos surrounding the Vietnam War and protests concerning the war. The Rolling Stones believe that the chaos of war has spread outside the realms of war as was traditionally known. The Rolling Stones have never shyed away from controversy so a politically charged song was not inconcievable. Gimme Shelter was written and released in 1969 in the thick of the Vietnam War and the height of it's subsequent protest. The Vietnam

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    Analysis: Gimme an A (I Insist!) The article “Gimme an A (I Insist!) by Abigail Sullivan Moore is a commentary on grade inflation in high schools. The author discusses how high school averages are on the rise while SAT scores are staying the same. Moore goes into detail about how teachers are giving students better grades in an attempt to spare their feelings. She then covers how this negatively affects our students. The major points that will be covered in this paper are how relevant this article

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    Gender, Gender Norms and Sexuality in Gimme Shelter In 1969, the Rolling Stones played a free concert in San Francisco; the 

Altamonte Festival, with the goal of having a ‘thank you’ concert for fans, a day of

unity, celebration, a prime example of classic 1960’s freedom. However, the Altamont concert turned into what was arguably one of the biggest disasters in musical history, going from an event that was supposed to capture the essence of the era; a time of peace and love, instead turning

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    Everybody likes money and is looking for a way to get more of it. In the song ¨Gimme Gimme¨ by G-eazy he talks about how everyone wants his money but can´t get it from him. G-eazyś music is all rap, which mostly talks about fame and money. Some people claim money isn't everything, but according to all these rappers, money can buy happiness. The more money you have the more successful you are and the happier you'll be, but is it true or not? G-eazy is a successful rapper/hip hop artist that started

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