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    can get dreamers hurt, and it is a big waste of time. I believe it is not worth it to dream because usually it doesn’t happen anyway. In the book We Beat the Streets. Rameck, Sampson and George followed their dreams, but their friends did not. They got swallowed up by the tough streets, they had dreams too, but did they ever come true? The answer is NO. We can also see this in this particular video, Mere Doyle tried her best to sing on a show called The Voice and people always told her she was good

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    We Beat The Street, By The Three Doctors the themes and messages from the Three Doctors can apply to my life in many ways. First, The Three Doctors message to keep trying and never give up helped out my life a lot because when I keep trying I will be a better person by doing better in school and at home. For example, the Three Doctors had overcome obstacles when they got into trouble so they never went to jail for it. Next, another one of The Three Doctors message is to help your friends out if they

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    Compare and Contrast Essay Draft Blueprints a plan that makes a building strong, In all the stories “We Beat the Street”, “The Road Not Taken” and, “Jim Henson Cartoon” all of them built up from rock bottom to top. The Doctors who grew up in the neighborhoods of Newark, The Roads not taken, Different paths that lead to full lives, and A young man who realized that he will make his own path, his own destiny. If you don’t like your destiny, don’t accept it, have the courage to change it. A person

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    positively impact one’s future. The memoir known as, We Beat The Streets, exemplifies just that The memoir shows that we can “ beat the streets”, by overcoming adversities, the power of being positive, and making decisions that positively impact one’s future. We Beat The Streets is an autobiography of three doctors, who grew up in Newark, NJ. The three individuals; Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt, made a pact to beat the influence of the streets and become doctors.The story goes back and

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    worked harder and eventually, they finally made a successful rocket that flew. People doubting them and making fun of them just got them to work harder and prove everyone wrong. Additionally, dreams help people stay out of trouble as shown in We Beat the Streets. The three boys grew up in a very bad neighborhood where they were basically expected to do bad things and get in trouble with the police. They dreamed of being doctors and their dreams were coming true. If they had done anything bad like robbing

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    In the story We Beat The Streets, the three people, who are now successful in jobs, once had to overcome some major obstacles. Some of these obstacles had some type of positive outcome. These obstacles probably shaped them into the people and doctors they are now. Sampson Davis, who was more of a follower rather than a leader, had an obstacle where he stole. Both times he stole, he wasn't paying attention to his actions and what the outcome would have been like. Sampson didn't really think before

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    In the book We Beat The Streets by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt with Sharon M. Draper, the tree doctors had to overcome the ghetto projects in Plainfield and Newark while growing up. First, They had to overcome money problems; money problems where a problem all the time for example in the chapter “ How much do you need?” His grandma gives Rameck, one of the three doctors money for a portfolio to be in a play. It was $150 that his grandma gave him to become an actor, but when

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    Can You Own a Sound?

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    You Own a Sound? Do you think Happy Birthday is a copy right? We listen to music today and hear either the same beat or bits of pieces of someone else’s song on a different album. So, I ask this question again can you own a sound. When did sampling get popular? Sampling is the act of taking a portion of a song. The rapper Ice Cube recorded a song about sampling. Some people sued others for sampling, because it was either their beat or their lyrics. Sampling gained in the 1960’s. Once it started

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    B-Boy Research Paper

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    watching, World Match is taking it to the street with its latest release. Move for move, will you be able to make B-Boy’s Street your own? B-Boy’s Street Review We have seen all kind of crazy ideas for online slot games as of late, with themes featuring glamour, celebrities, the Olympics, Baywatch, and even Zuma. However, it seems that there is one subject that has been somewhat neglected, we have yet to see anyone try to make a casino slot that revolves around street dancing. Fortunately for us, World

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    Life Blueprint

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    you act the next time life gives you a roadblock or a challenge? In the texts “The Explosion,” “We Beat The Street,” and the multimedia clip October Sky, roadblocks happen quite often, and the sources show how individuals are ready to overcome them in order to achieve their goals and blueprint. In “The Explosion,” Homer faces not having support from his father and brother. While, in “We Beat The Street,” the three doctors face having to grow up in a community where whoever surrounds you is your friend/family

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