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  • Rejecting Social Norms: The Goth Subculture Essay

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    culture. It is a complex subculture with great depth and mystery. The Gothics share a connection with the darker aesthetic, through their intense music and sexual fetishism, calling into question their predisposition to depression and rejection of social norms. There is rarely a single moment in history when one can pinpoint the exact moment when a subculture emerges. It is a slow building of multiple influences. Valerie Steele, Gothic Dark Glamour, describes historical accounts of nomadic, warriors

  • Marilyn Manson and His Impact on Sub-culture.

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    Marilyn Manson has been pushing the envelope of the right to freedom of expression since his controversial "shock rock" antics began in the early 1990's. His methods are strange and rejected by most of society, as it cannot understand what he is trying to achieve. Many people believe that Marilyn Manson is bizarre, seeing him wearing women's clothing, applying heavy facial makeup, and covering himself with jewelry. His success can be attributed not only to his entertainment abilities, but even more

  • Gothic Subculture Essay

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    Gothic Prom The evening is young, and the night is fresh. You walk up to the Mag Bar in Louisville, Kentucky. The sounds of Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart” on the loud speakers fills the streets around you. There is a small pause, and you hear Nathaniel Revell over the mic introducing the live entertainment. You are more than ready to start this event clad in shades of ebony from head to toe, but notice newer faces to the community walking in before you. Looking on the ground you pick up

  • Characteristics And Characteristics Of The Mineral Lazurite

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    There are a myriad of minerals, gemstones, and rocks throughout the world with each having select features and characteristics that differentiate one another. When selecting a mineral to conduct a research report on, one could be drawn to Lazurite for a multitude of factors whether it be the aesthetically pleasing appearance or the various ways it has been incorporated throughout history. Therefore, one can define such a magnificent mineral by characteristics and historical application for which

  • Persuasive Narrative : Bark Night Hike Adving

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    ginormous vertically angled rock were Neha and I were struggling to make it through. First we saw Mrs. Leys slowly slide down like a slide, Neha and I were petrified. We could see the beautiful shining lake while the glowing moon reflected off it, you could almost taste the frigid lake water, the dirt was soft and squishy, but not like mud, there was no smell except the sweet smell of the chilling flowers and trees around us. Neha and I attempted to climb over the rock. That was an awful attempt.

  • Descriptive Essay On The Day In The Night

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    Lima Mall, it sounds boring, but when going with my Aunt Mercedes it ends up being a blast. We end up looking like really big goofballs whenever we go out in public. When we go shopping at Lima Mall we look like crazy, ladies, because my weird personality forces me to act like I am not normal. Cedes tries to keep her son Emery and I behaving, and it makes me laugh, because she looks mean. Emery, Cedes, and I go around looking for one specific store, so we end up wandering around lost until we realize

  • Fishing Persuasive Essay

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    It twas a warm July morning and the best friends George and Jeff were out on the water. The two boys loved fishing and they would always try to go. When they would comeback they would always have new stories and forever memories from their previous adventure. The boys would do whatever it took to get to a fishing spot. The boys have stories from when they had to swim upstream to a spot, or have to tightrope walk a dam, once they even kayak down river for 3 days just to get to a fishing hole. One

  • Everything Dali Paints Symbolizes Something Else Essay

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    seriousness of their aggression, while only one does not. Also, the rock is seen frequently throughout the painting, in the far sea beyond both the woman and the wild animals, the cliff, and lastly the flat rock over which the woman is floating. As such, the firmness of the rock is repeated. Moving on the artwork is very metaphorical with the woman representing humanity or more explicitly, innocence and all that is good. The rock that she is floating above represents moral principles. The tigers

  • Castro Valley: A Short Story

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    When we finally arrived at Castro Valley, I could already feel the difference. The weather was much colder, and the neighborhoods were not the same as the ones in Los Angeles. It was as if I were in a whole other dimension. When we arrived at the new house, it felt different as well. The exterior of the house looked more modern, and the smell of the flowers surrounding it was delightful. It didn’t look as old as the house I lived in before. The neighbors greeted us and gave us a welcome basket full

  • Essay About Rock

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    “Our rock,” Inez proclaimed. “What I imagine you two probably didn’t think at all about was… what was truly going to happen to our rock when we fired the magnetron. When the magnetron sent its microwaves into the rock, they actually went through it, hitting the iron plates on the other side, and were then reflected back our way where the Geiger Counter took a series of measurements of them. Those measurements were then analyzed by my program and then given to us.” Inez hit another command on his