Games Essay Examples

  • The Lottery By Shirley Jackson

    812 words - 4 pages

    In many stories, settings are constructed to help build the mood and to foreshadow of things to come. "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson is a story in which the setting sets up the reader to think of positive outcomes. However, this description of the setting foreshadows exactly the opposite of what is to come. In addition, the theme that we learn of at the end leads us to think of where the sanity of some human beings lies. The story begins with the establishment of the setting. To begin, Shirley Jackson tells the reader what time of day and what time of year the story takes

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    Characteristics Of Othello

    571 words - 3 pages

    When discussing the characteristics of Othello one finds he has more than one side. Othello is a tragic hero in this drama. Also, he portrays a man with much greatness. Consequently, Othello has many weaknesses. In order to truly understand the character of Othello, one must understand him as a tragic hero with both greatness and weakness. A tragic hero is the main character in a play that takes a downfall or is ruined during the play. Undoubtedly, Othello is ruined during the course of

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    Iago In Shakespeares Othello

    957 words - 4 pages

    Perhaps the most interesting and exotic character in the tragic play "Othello," by William Shakespeare, is "Honest" Iago. Through some carefully thought-out words and actions, Iago is able to manipulate others to do things in a way that benefits him and moves him closer toward his goals. He is the main driving force in this play, pushing Othello and everyone else towards their tragic end. Iago is not your ordinary villain. The role he plays is rather unique and complex, far from what one might expect. Iago is smart. He is an expert judge of people and their characters an

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    Othello Character Analysis Of Othello

    460 words - 2 pages

    After reading Othello by Shakespeare over about 3 times, I came to feel sorry for a man that I can easily say was gulled into tragedy by his own purity. I can see Othello as a man that could sit at the ?Round Table? with King Arthur and rank among those wonderous knights of chivalry. At his end, he had nothing. The Duke calls Othello ?Valiant Othello? (1057) Othello also stands ready to face Brabantio, Iago tells him to run. Othello - ?Not I; I must be found. My parts, my title and my perfect soul Shall manifest me rightly. (1054) As grand as his internal characteristics are,

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    Othello The Moor And Ensign

    498 words - 2 pages

    In life, one can be significantly affected by his or her encounters with others. Often times, certain individuals gain great control over another?s fate. His or her control can lead to a positive or negative change to the person?s behavior. If negative, the drastic change may lead to a tragic downfall. In William Shakespeare?s Othello, Othello?s fortune was severely affected by his encounter with Iago. In the tragedy, Othello is initially viewed as a rational character. He is called the ?valiant Moor? by many, and is known for his confidence and strength. For example, when accu

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    School Shootings And Their Causes

    1737 words - 7 pages

    On April 20, 1999, in the moderately sized town of Littleton, Colorado, at approximately 11:20 a.m., two young men, Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, stormed into Columbine High School. No more than twenty minutes later, 15 people were dead, including the two of them, and another twenty-three wounded (Gibbs 28-29). Knowing that the duo are teenagers, and probably played many violent video games and watched hundreds of violent shows, people immediately began to blame the media, and the violence that these young men had be

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    Othellos Pity

    553 words - 3 pages

    Othello's Pity Othello's pity drags the reader in because he is deceived into his pity and readers believe that it could happen to anybody. The jealousy also arouses a sense of terror that maybe everybody is subject to betrayal by friends and making the wrong move out of jealousy. Othello acted to quickly on emotions and therefore draws sympathy from the readers. He kills his wife and somehow still draws sympathy for his own pity. Readers seem to forget that what he is going off of his own worries about his wife's infidelity. Othello starts out the play as an outsider in his city. H

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    Evercrack The Legacy Of Online Rpgs

    2271 words - 10 pages

    Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMORPGs) are a controversial innovation in gaming. Due to their ability to draw in fans for countless hours of gameplay, they are extremely financially successful, but may also pose a health threat to gamers who become “addicted.” With three confirmed deaths from exhaustion due to gameplay, as well as the steadily rising numbers of gamers engaged in their virtual worlds, they are garnering more attention within the gamer and development community every year. MMORPGs allow players to create a fictional character within the set world of the game. Many games fe

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    Gamers

    895 words - 4 pages

    The Gamer Subculture Video games, ever since their introduction almost thirty years ago, have worked their way into the very fabric of our society. It is impossible for one to turn on their TV, go on the internet, or even venture outside without hearing someone talk about them or to see advertisements for them. I myself am a gamer and have been for all of my life. By definition, a gamer is a person who plays games, of which there are two categories; casual and hardcore.(Wikipedia) Despite the many different types of gamers in the world, I will be discussing the video gamer, the person

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    Violence In Media

    1308 words - 6 pages

    Violence in the media is the cause for a lot of societal violence. Playing violent video games can increase the players aggressive thoughts feelings and behavior while playing the game and in actual life. There have been many acts of violence as well as murder that were supposedly based off video games. Not only do video games cause societal violence, but movies and TV shows can also. There have been many cases of murder where the killer killed their victim based on a movie or TV show they saw. They have made a rating system for video games and movies so that people under the age of 17 are not

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    Fwapping

    321 words - 2 pages

    Have you ever been in a room and someone just will not stop blabbing? They remain WOEFULLY ignorant of the fact that you are actually trying to accomplish something. It is definitely annoying to the point that you want to rip your hair right out of your scalp. Your head feels like it’s about to explode, and you feel a sudden urge to –fwap- the person in the head. Extreme conditions of ignorant people talking may result in the actual explosion of the brain. It is mind-boggling how these people don’t realize that people are actually working. The worst types of these blabbers are the ones that wi

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    Hamlet Stupid

    599 words - 3 pages

    I’ve followed the journey of The Independent with interest since its inception. When new, it was visually striking. Its then state of the art printing process, together with its editorial policy, led a renaissance in photojournalism. Its initial attempts at political neutrality made it a bit boring, but it soon settled down. As it struggled to find its niche in the market, it sought new stories, often with a strong, sometimes preachy, moral voice. Its international coverage has been better than most. The story of why the Indy went tabloid is an interesting one. Somebody on the staff (I don’

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    Budget

    910 words - 4 pages

     Balance Sheet o A financial checkup is part of your financial plan a. To know where you are headed, you must know where you are now. b. The B/S tells you what you own, and what you owe & what you are worth. c. The test is how you have managed your assets God has given you in the B/S d. Networth e. Your networth on the B/S represents what you would have to live on, if you were to sell all your assets and payoff all your loans. f. It is an indicator of what assets you have managed to accumulate since you started working. g. If you have worked for 15 – 20 years and have earned mo

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    Shadowbane

    1267 words - 6 pages

    Shadowbane MMORPG stands for Massively multiplayer online role-playing game and anyone who knows a thing about MMORPGs probably doesn't know about Shadowbane. Its about 10 years old and has never been advertised to Justice. It might be a little old, but there are still thousands of people who still play it across the world and its free. Shadowbane is a really good game to get into if you like PVP (Player Versus Player), not a lot of "grinding," excellent graphics, siege, and loads of variety in choosing characters. Playing Shadowbane can be very entertaining for long periods of time. B

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    Othello Review

    1173 words - 5 pages

    Love between two persons may never be as ironic as in Othello, a play written by William Shakespeare. This play is about Othello that is the main character who is in love with Desdemona. Othello in the play is called Moor which means Muslim from northwest Africa; this is somewhat the reason why Desdemona’s father did not accept their true love. Though, even after going against Desdemona’s father’s will, she in the end is murdered by her own love, Othello. Othello is a brave soldier and very loyal to his wife but an ‘Emotional Fool’ as well. The reasons that led to the ultimate downfall of Othe

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    Iago Is Evil

    942 words - 4 pages

    Perhaps the most interesting and exotic character in the tragic play "Othello," by William Shakespeare, is "Honest" Iago. Through some carefully thought-out words and actions, Iago is able to manipulate others to do things in a way that benefits him and moves him closer toward his goals. He is the main driving force in this play, pushing Othello and everyone else towards their tragic end. Iago is not your ordinary villain. The role he plays is rather unique and complex, far from what one might expect. Iago is smart. He is an expert judge of people and their char

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    Violent Video Games

    657 words - 3 pages

    With the progression of our society, video gamers on constantly on the hunt for the next big game that will satisfy their inner most fantasies of their imagination. The older generations remember the Atari or the NES systems which are considered ancient. The days of Mrs. Pac Man and Super Mario could hardly be called violent or sexually explicit but with new systems came better graphics and thus alternate themes and goals that maybe sexually or violently suggestive. Games are assigned ratings by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) to inform the general public of the vid

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    Kill Frenzy

    672 words - 3 pages

    “Kill Frenzy!!!” People are murdered and killed every day but when a youth participates it is his music or game influences that cause and not lack attention. On the broad subject of multimedia and the effect on society, this research will be to dig deep and focus on the narrow topic of the supposed video game violence and its relativity to human actions. Do video games cause violence or brutality to occur in today’s world? There is not a truly comforting response for the people but what can be positive to say is the cause is not purely fromvideo games, if there is any effect at all, but th

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    Othello Report

    461 words - 2 pages

    Othello I would consider to be the most trustful character throughout the play. And because of that I feel that he puts a lot more trust in people. In the beginning he is considered to be this tough, strong guy. But as the play progresses it was as if he changed into a completely different character. Iago is already known for being trustworthy, so Othello doesn’t second guess him when he claims Desdemona is cheating on him. Even though Iago did not have any proof, Othello was willing to risk his love for Desdemona on these claims he was making. One of the main reasons why I think Othello buys

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    Othello

    1617 words - 7 pages

    Character Analysis: Iago Perhaps the most interesting and exotic character in the tragic play "Othello," by William Shakespeare, is “Honest Iago.” Through some carefully thought-out words and actions, Iago is able to manipulate others to do things in a way that benefits him and moves him closer toward his goals. He is the main driving force in this play, pushing Othello and everyone else towards their tragic end. Iago is one of Shakespeare's most complex villains. At first glance Iago's character seems to be pure evil. However, such a villain would distract from the impact of the play and

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    Othello

    348 words - 2 pages

    In William Shakespeare's "Othello", the character Iago is, at least in my point of view, the main and most interesting character. Iago is in virtually every scene in the play, and has his hands in almost all doings within the play. Iago is truly one of the greatest villans in literature. Iago is viewed by all in the play, with the possible exception of his wife, as an honest and trust worthy man, which could not be farther from the truth. Iago plays all the characters in the play like puppets. He plays Cassio into a confession of his dealings with Bianca to make it look like he is speaking abo

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    Video Game Violence And Its Effects On Children

    653 words - 3 pages

    Video Game Violence and its Effects on Children In this day and age, video games are an almost essential part of a child’s life, and can be found everywhere. They are a sort of baby sitter for parents who need to do chores around the house. Can these simple things be harmful to your children’s mind? Some people believe that violent video games can cause increased aggression in children, making them violent as well. I personally believe that video games, although they can give children ideas on how to let out their built up aggression, are otherwise quite harmless. I mean, they are just game

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    Othello

    335 words - 2 pages

    In William Shakespeare's "Othello", the character Iago is, at least in my point of view, the main and most interesting character. Iago is in virtually every scene in the play, and has his hands in almost all doings within the play. Iago is truly one of the greatest villans in literature. Iago is viewed by all in the play, with the possible exception of his wife, as an honest and trust worthy man, which could not be farther from the truth. Iago plays all the characters in the play like puppets. He plays Cassio into a confession of his dealings with Bianca to make it look like he is speaking abo

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    Tragic Flaw

    1114 words - 5 pages

    The tragic flaw is the most important part of the hero and the events that occur in the work is a reflection of that flaw.” – Aristotle The plot of William Shakespeare’s Othello is a tale of love, jealousy, and betrayal; however, the characters, themes, and attitudes of the works are different, with Shakespeare's play being a more involved study of human nature and psychology. Othello is considered a prime example of Aristotelian drama. It focuses upon a very small cast of characters, one of the smallest used in Shakespeare. In addition, it has few distractions from the main plot, and co

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    Gambling

    836 words - 4 pages

    Gambling has been around for centuries in numerous civilizations. Most “around the table” gambling started with rolling dice and games emerged from that. Also games such as blackjack and poker came from art of Chinese paper shuffling (The History of Gambling). These games all went through many changes through out the years, to make gambling what it is today. Although gambling is fun, it does cause problems and always has. Dating back to 14th century soldiers were being preoccupied with gambling and not working on there drills and marksmanship. When King Henry VIII of England had noticed

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    The Lottery

    693 words - 3 pages

    Voices That are Loud but Never Speak Up Shirley Jackson uses examples of irony throughout her short story, “The Lottery.” The title itself is ironic; one would think this is a happy story because the lottery conotates hope and happiness. But this story is a story that ends with misery. Jackson uses situational, verbal, dramatic, and visional irony in “The Lottery,” and these are exemplified by looking at how Mrs. Hutchinson’s, examining her desires that culminate into significant action, and by determining what message the author is really trying to convey by this character. Mrs. Hu

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    Is Othellos Fall Deserved

    941 words - 4 pages

    Is Othello's Fall Deserved? In William Shakespeare's play the main character Othello's fall is not deserved. He was tricked by Iago, there were misunderstandings and miscommunications between Othello and Desdemona. Emilia could have helped Othello to expose Iago's tricks. People do not deserve to fall because of people around them and their tricks . Othello becomes Desdemona's husband and the gets attention of Iago and Roderigo which causes many problems. Iago is a good liar, he makes promises but he never keeps them, and he tells fancy stories in order to trap people. He manupulates

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    Family Ties

    754 words - 4 pages

    All eyes were focused on me. This was it. The tension had been building up to this point, and I knew there was no way out. I had gotten myself into this predicament, and I was the only one that could get myself out of it. There was nobody to turn to, for they were all waiting for my final move. I had never felt so alone, so isolated. I thumbed through my cards for the fourth consecutive time, and I could still not decide which one to throw. I glanced up from my cards and caught a glimpse of each player. I immediately felt the intensity of my brother's eyes glaring at me from across the tab

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    Othello Quotes

    1117 words - 5 pages

    Othello tells about his own greatness and says that he has done good service for his country so he will be respected. Othello says, “Let him do his spite;/ My services which I have done the signiory/ Shall out-tounge his complaints” (I, ii, 17-19). When Brabantio’s soldier were searching for Othello. Othello states that he must be respected because he has good reputation and is also the husband of Desdemona. Othello says, “Not I; I must be found/ My parts, my title and my perfect soul/ Shall manifest me rightly” (I, ii, 30-32). Othello shows his honour by not fighting with Brabantio’s

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    The Lottery

    302 words - 2 pages

    Shirley Jackson's short story, "The Lottery", aroused much controversy and criticism in 1948, following its debut publication, in the New Yorker. Jackson uses irony and comedy to suggest an underlying evil, hypocrisy, and weakness of human kind. The story takes place in a small village, where the people are close and tradition is paramount. A yearly event, called the lottery, is one in which one person in the town is randomly chosen, by a drawing, to be violently stoned by friends and family. The drawing has been around over seventy-seven years and is practiced by every member of the town.

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    Abolish Casios

    614 words - 3 pages

    Topic: Casinos in Trinidad and Tobago impact negatively on society and should be abolished. When we think of casinos we tend to see dollar signs, or money making venture. However, we have a tendency to ignore the adverse affects it has on society. In recent times, certain aspects of gambling have become legal. For example, Play Whe, Lotto, Cashpot to name a few has been legalised in Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, Trinidad and Tobago over the past decade has seen a cosmic increase in the amount of Casinos being built. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of having casinos and determi

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    Columbine Shooting

    961 words - 4 pages

    On April 20th, 1999 two teenagers, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold walked into their school in Columbine Colorado and began a one-hour long killing spree, which ended in the death of 12 of their fellow classmates and one teacher and left another 28 wounded. The shooters then took their own lives. The two teenage gunmen did not have a previous history of violence but were both enthusiasts of killing-oriented video games. The violence in video games was a major factor in teaching these kids how to shoot other people in real life. Violent video games can and have led children to committing acts of

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    Violence In Video Games Bad Paper Dont Use It

    2849 words - 12 pages

    Violence in Video Games. Bad paper dont use it Like related forms of media, video games have been the subject of debate and censorship, due to the depiction of graphic violence, sexual themes,[1] substance abuse, advergaming (a form of advertising in games), consumption of drugs, consumption of alcohol or tobacco, propaganda, addiction, crime, nudity, profanity, or provocative content in some games. Among others, critics of video games sometimes include parents' groups, politicians, organized religious groups, and other special interest groups, even though all of these can be found in all f

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    Video Games On Young People

    547 words - 3 pages

    The effects of video games have on young people. Good or bad? Effects of computerized gaming have a wide range on young people today and like anything else the effects you get out is in the way they are used. If we look at how computer games are made and what they are intended for we can get a better understand for the effects that come out of them. Computer games today are created on bases of entertainment but what are computer games? They are most commonly a simulation of a real life or exaggerated situation where a player can experience from their homes. To start off with the most talke

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    The Lottery Essay

    839 words - 4 pages

    “The Lottery”, the short story written by Shirley Jackson was first published in The New Yorker on June 26,1948. The Story examines a very extraordinary culture in an American setting, particularly the south due to the speech of the characters. The names of characters in “The Lottery” happen to foreshadow the near future of their lives. For example; Tessie Hutchinson, Mr. Summers, and Old Man Warner. Tessie’s surname Hutchinson supports the characters significance in “The Lottery”. Hutchinson was the winner of this year’s lottery and was offered to the town as a prize lot because she happene

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    Analysis On The Lottery By Shirley Jackson

    699 words - 3 pages

    Analysis on “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson Theme The main theme in the story is about adhering to tradition. The box that was used in the story was old and getting worn out. Mr. Summers wanted to use a different box, but the people didn't want to. Some of the people had lived there since it was first started as a community. They didn't want to make any changes to their traditions, such as using a new box for the lottery. They believed in keeping things the same. The only thing that did change was the size of the community. It was a very small town until people started moving in and settli

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    Video Games Violence

    1131 words - 5 pages

    Video Game Violence Negative: Video games do not instigate violence. The other day I went to my local game store to get a copy of Call of Duty 4 for my Xbox 360. The store clerk stared down at me and said, “Show me some I.D.” I was nervous. The game was rated Mature and I was 8 months shy of the legal age to play it. Unwilling to yield, I argued that I had forgotten my I.D. at home and persuaded the clerk to let me have the game. He denied my request and I was out of the store in a flash. Why was this law established? Are children playing video games that are too violent for their

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    Conflict In Othello

    618 words - 3 pages

    Without struggle there can be no progress. Conflict often acts as a catalyst to spark political or social change. However this catalyst is not always a positive force. People with bad intentions often create conflicts in order to take revenge on others. These people will stop at nothing to take down their enemy, and no one is safe. This type of conflict is overly present in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello. In Othello, the antagonist Iago has a strong hatred for Othello. Iago plots to take down Othello, thereby creating the central conflict within the storyline. The conflict betwe

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    Hello This Is Me

    1211 words - 5 pages

    Videogames represent one of the fastest-growing parts of kids' media diet (Sweeting, 2005). Violence in video games is a rather new subject of discussion, yet it is a discussion of heated debate. Today, many people are worried about this ‘violence’ in our youth’s behavior. Video games have become extremely popular over the last ten years, becoming one of children’s favorite activities. For example in a present study it was shown that adolescent boys play video games at an average of 13 hours a week whereas girls play for about 5 hours (Gentile, D. A. & Anderson, 2003). Back in the 1970’s and

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    A New Novel For Out Times

    695 words - 3 pages

    Paper Towns by John Green is a young adult novel. What makes Paper Towns great is that unlike most young adult novels, it truly feels significant. This is a novel that I could see becoming a classic. The reasoning for this is the themes within it, and it has an air of timelessness. There are some environmental things that eventually will not always be relatable, but the contemplations on humanity and human interactions will always be timeless. Paper Towns is the story of Quentin Jacobsen and his journey to find his friend Margo Roth Spiegelman. Margo and Quentin played together as children

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    Othello Act 1 All Scenes

    462 words - 2 pages

    Questions and answers about Othello Act 1 Scenes 1, 2 and 3 Read Act I, scene i and note down the line references that represent the following sections: 1. Iago and Roderigo enter arguing about Iago’s use of Roderigo’s money. 2. Iago complains that he has been passed over for promotion. 3. Iago reveals that he is only continuing to be loyal to Othello in order to seek revenge. 4. Iago reveals that nothing about him is necessarily as it seems. 5. Iago and Roderigo awaken Brabantio, a Venetian senator, to tell him of his young daughter’s secret and controversial marriage to Oth

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    The Lottery Shirley Jackson

    431 words - 2 pages

    -Summary- In “The Lottery,” Shirley Jackson tells a story that takes place in a small village, where the people are close and tradition is important. A yearly event, called the lottery, is one in which one person in the town is randomly chosen, by a drawing, to be violently stoned by friends and family. The drawing has been around for many, many years and is practiced by every member of the town. -Response- Why do all the villagers keep going along with this event even though they show signs that they are not entirely comfortable with it? Does it show a weakness in the individuals

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    Rubiks Cube

    637 words - 3 pages

    The 1980’s brought about many exciting inventions. A few of the most famous were: the CD-Rom (1984), the disposable camera (1986), and the digital cellular phone (1988). During this decade another great invention took the world by surprise. Once called the “Magic Cube,” “Rubik’s Cube” is the incredibly addictive multi-dimensional puzzle that has fascinated fans around the world since 1980. Rubik’s Cube was invented in the spring of 1974 by a Hungarian professor of architecture named Erno Rubik. Because his father was a mechanical engineer, and his mother, a poet and artist, Rubik was natural

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    Philosophy Of Life

    256 words - 2 pages

    Do you ever wonder why you are put into situations that you don’t know how to deal with? Would it disappear if you just closed your eyes to the many lights that the world makes? Most the time it doesn’t the light is shining in your eyes like the sun and you have to deal with it. I Sometimes wonder why I act the way I act and why I have to deal with the things that aren’t always what I want. You think you have something, but you realize that you have nothing. When you sit down to think about the world, you realize that comfort is close to you. However, it is not close enough for you to grab

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    Norma Rae

    499 words - 2 pages

    Norma Rae Meets Loto-Québec Everyday when you take a trip to a store it seems that you are always being asked to purchase something else on top of what you are already buying, as if what you are buying isn’t enough. However two years ago Cathy Marclay decided that she was not going to be apart of the cashiers asking people if they would like to purchase a lottery ticket, she was going to take a stand. Whether or not to sell lottery tickets became an ethical issue among the cashiers at Quebec’s Super C supermarket. To Marclay it was an ethical issue because she felt that offering the tic

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    Sports And Video Games

    1707 words - 7 pages

    On April 20, 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold launched an assault on Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, murdering 13 and wounding 23 before turning the guns on themselves. Even though it is not known why they did this, they did enjoy playing violent video games like “Boom,” a game used by the U.S military for training soldiers to kill effectively. When the columbine incident occurred, many of studies were conducted to determine how violence and aggression in video games affected people’s behavior. Video games are played by all ages, mostly by males, and are used as a way to escap

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    Expect The Unexpected

    1681 words - 7 pages

    What thoughts come to mind when you think of “The Lottery?” Positive thoughts including money, a new home, excitement, and happiness are all associated with the lottery in most cases. However, this is not the case in Shirley Jackson’s short story, “The Lottery”. Here, the characters in the story are not gambling for money, instead they are gambling for their life. A shock that surprises the reader as she unveils this horrifying tradition in the village on this beautiful summer day. This gamble for their life is a result of tradition, a tradition that is cruel and inhumane, yet upheld in t

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    Gambling Addiction

    2638 words - 11 pages

    Gambling addiction or Problem gambling (ludomania) is an urge to gamble despite harmful negative consequences or a desire to stop and is a type of impulse-control disorder which disrupts your life. Compulsive gamblers can’t control the impulse to gamble, even when they know their gambling is hurting themselves or their loved ones. Gambling is all they can think about and all they want to do no matter the consequences are. Compulsive gamblers keep gambling whether they’re up or down, broke or full of money, happy or depressed. That is a chronic and progressive mental illness. Gambling addiction

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    Character Anaylsis Waverly Jong

    571 words - 3 pages

    RomeoX -------------- Submittal set for (edit) ------------ English --------- Professor -------------- Character Analysis: Waverly Jong A game is a rather simple process, isn’t it? It has a beginning, becomes drawn out in the middle and hopefully ends with a bit of excitement. The character from the novel The Joy Luck Club that learns this lesson most was Waverly Jong as she grows from chess champion to successful business woman. However, sometimes a lesson can be explained easier said than when you learn it in person. When Waverly was a mere six years old

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    Video Games Are Everywhere

    268 words - 2 pages

    Video games are everywhere, and most everyone has played one whether it was on the computer, on an xbox or playstation. More and more people are turning to them for educational and entertainment purposes. Leapster is one of many companies using video games to teach kids vocabulary, spelling, reading, and writing. So why is it that we blame video games for corrupting our youth? Because games like grand theft auto are being played by children who haven’t been taught that such behavior as the type they exhibit in these games is not acceptable. For those children that know that this behavior is no

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