Paintball Essay Examples

  • New Methods Of Gun Control Needed

    546 words - 3 pages

    New Methods Needed Gun control, as we know it, consists of the government restricting the ability of individual citizens to purchase weapons. The different types of gun control vary from waiting periods between when you purchase the gun and when you actually get it, background checks so that high-risk people can't purchase guns through legal channels, and completely banning certain types of guns. There are countless ways for criminals to avoid these government regulations, causing them to only render the ability of innocent citizens protecting their home and family's ability to purch

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    Summary Of The Gun Control Debate

    609 words - 3 pages

    Since the days of the pioneers of the United States, firearms have been part of the American tradition as protection and a means of hunting or sport. As we near the end of the 20th century the use of guns has changed significantly. Because of fast and steady increase in crime and the fight for the right to own a hand gun, the introduction of legislation for gun control, to try to reduce the crime in the United States, has been a hotly debated issue in recent years. Although many people feel that gun control violates the r

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    Gun Control

    563 words - 3 pages

    New Methods Needed Gun control, as we know it, consists of the government restricting the ability of individual citizens to purchase weapons. The different types of gun control vary from waiting periods between when you purchase the gun and when you actually get it, background checks so that high-risk people can't purchase guns through legal channels, and completely banning certain types of guns. There are countless ways for criminals to avoid these government regulations, causing them to only render the ability of innocent citizens protecting their home and family's ability to purch

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    Guns Are Best Controlled By Good Aim

    4000 words - 16 pages

    Guns, like many other issues of the day, have two distinct opposing views with many people in the gray area. Even when looking at a tragic situation, people will have two opposite spins on it. For example, a suicidal madman on top of the Empire State Building kills six people including himself with a gun. Gun-control advocates think that outlawing guns would have stopped the killing from ever happening. Pro-gun advocates think that it would have been stopped by innocent people being armed and fighting back. In order for an issue to even be at hand, both sides must agree

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    Gun Control Vs Gun Rights

    1528 words - 7 pages

    There is a famous quote, which states: "Guns don't kill people, people kill people." This quote is technically true. But if there are no guns, it will be a whole lot more difficult for people to kill people. Sure people could use different weapons such as knives and golf clubs to kill people. But the victim will have a significant better chance of defending him or herself from a weapon other than firearms. I was born in Tokyo, Japan and moved to the United States when I was six. I still go visit my relatives and friends in Japan every other year. "Japan - descr

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    Future Weapons

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    Future Weapons New weapons are always being developed. The reason is simple; every country wants to have the best. In America, we have the best. Our way of protecting this is through our military. One reason our armed forces is the greatest, is the technology we have in our weapons. The FGM-148 Javelin is an anti-tank guided missile, more commonly called the “Javelin.” The Javelin is a fire-and-forget type of missile that locks onto its target before it gets fired with its automatic self-guidance. The missile attacks armored vehicles, mostly tanks from the top, where the armor is usu

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    Paintball Trip

    1255 words - 6 pages

    Feeling the intense stinging when you are marked with a paintball knowing you cannot continue with your teammates. The referee screams for you to exit the field, while you proceed towards the outlet, in hopes of being able to avoid any crossfire from the remaining contenders. The premier war game of our time, paintball is a sport in which you combine preparation, strategy, agility, and drop all fears in hopes of overcoming your opponents in a conflict to obtain victory over an opposing team. Beginning your day preparing your custom paintball gun or marker, fixed to your preferences, for bat

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    Gun Control

    581 words - 3 pages

    "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." (Second Amendment) Gun control is the effort to strengthen laws on the regulation of rifles and handguns. The issue is widely debated by many groups and organizations. (Gun Control WB) Gun control goes against the second amendment. I am against gun control. If law-abiding citizens have guns to protect themselves they have a better chance of protecting themselves against criminals. Authur Kellerman says having a gun in your house could triple th

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    Paintball Vs Airsoft

    1445 words - 6 pages

    Air-soft vs. Paintball Air-soft and paintball are pretty similar sports, and they can be played exactly the same way. There are a few key differences, such as that air-soft is used more in military and law enforcement reenactments, than paintball. In this sense, game-play can differ, but hobbyists use paintball guns for reenactments as well (just not as often). If one looks at the big picture, the games are not that different, but sometimes strategy and tactics must be changed depending on the specification of one’s gun and the opponent’s gun. The guns used in air-soft and paintball differ g

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    Why People Carry Guns

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    Why People Carry Guns The awareness of the rapidly changing society around us is becoming more and more clarified each day. People no longer think the same. They have failed to recognize that citizens of a community are all human beings and must look out for the wellness of each other. Due to the changes in society, people have taken security into their own hands. There are many reasons why ordinary people would carry guns. When observing the world, individuals can recognize that the main reason a person may carry a gun is for personal security. From having a gun for personal security can

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    Gun Manufacturing

    513 words - 3 pages

    English Comp. I December 18, 2006 Expository Genre “Taking The Blame” 1. Each week thousands of incidents occur in the United States involving a gun. The government has placed many gun control laws to ensure public safety. For instance, the government has banned certain types of guns from the country. Another gun control law makes a five day wait on the purchase of a handgun so a check can be run on the person’s history. Despite these laws the amount of felonious gun activity has not decreased. Many peo

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    The Need For A Leader

    1259 words - 6 pages

    A good leader needs to know when to make decisions and when to let others decide. If people are always left to do what they want, time and resources get wasted. On the other hand, if people always follow orders, morale starts to decline, wasting even more time and resources. In a survival situation, this can be a matter of life or death. About a year back, me and some friends were out for a nice brutal birthday party. We found ourselves in a forest somewhere near Campbellsville, split into two teams, armed with paintball guns. Each team had two objectives in this particular game of capture the

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    Wiener

    451 words - 2 pages

    In her article, “Ignoring Virginia Tech,” Amanda Ripley expresses her feelings of contempt towards the actions taken to prevent another incident like the one on the campus of Virginia Tech that led to the death of 33 people. She believes tighter control of gun sales should be implemented to prevent the sale of guns to mentally unstable people in order to prevent shootings in the future. She is also disillusioned by the slowness of congress to pass laws to have mental records of those receiving care be given to the federal database in order to make the acquisition of weapons harder. She says th

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    Paintball

    443 words - 2 pages

    Paintball is a high adrenaline, extreme sport. It is played in over 40 countries and by millions of men and women of all ages. It started in a unique way and is now one of the most played sports. There are many different games to be played and all the hottest equipment out now. Paintball started in the 1970’s. The paintball marker was originally used to mark trees and livestock. Charles Gaines, Hayes Noel and Bob Gurnsey were the first three people to think up new ideas to use the guns. The first recreational game of paintball was played in 1981 with 12 friends on a 100 acre stretch of l

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    Ban The Things Ban Them All

    425 words - 2 pages

    Summary of “Ban The Things. Ban Them All.” In the essay, “Ban The Things. Ban Them All,” written by Molly Ivins, she expresses concern about society’s ownership of guns, and how they have grown to be used more of a weapon for show, than for protection. Ivins also argues that the argument of “guns don’t kill people,” doesn’t exist, because she believes that they do, and that that may be all they ever do. Ivins states that she supports the Second Amendment: “A well–regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of people to bear arms shall not be infringed,”

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    Running On Empty

    664 words - 3 pages

    As I skim through my rather large pile of magazines, cutting and pasting pieces of these magazine into a notebook, you’d think I was making a project for school. In reality, I’m making an inspiration notebook. No, it’s not filled with quotes, but with pictures of girls with emaciated stomachs and pin-thin arms and legs. Every time I’d gaze my eyes upon the pages of this inspiration notebook, I’d always think, “Wow, I’m going to be just like that.” At the age of 15, I was suffering with an eating disorder. I remember day after day was a constant struggle for me. I’d wake up in the morning and

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    The American Dream Personal Statement

    530 words - 3 pages

    To me, the definition of the American Dream is living good and in luxury. Or alternatively, doing something you love for a profession. Living in the United States, we already have the civil liberties that this country was founded under, so that’s not really something I would consider part of the American Dream. Maybe it would be included in the “Middle Eastern Dream,” though, since they lack the social and civil freedoms that we in America have today. One man that I believe is the perfect example of living the American dream would be Jared the Subway guy. Just a few years ago he weighed ove

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    Almos A Man

    1002 words - 5 pages

    In Richard Wright’s short story Almos’ A Man, he expresses the idea that becoming a man is not a physical change but an emotional one that involves taking responsibility for mistakes and accepting those consequences. Wright starts by introducing Dave as a young seventeen-year-old boy that thinks he is old enough to own a gun. Dave thinks he needs a gun to prove he is a man so that the other workers will stop treating him like a child. In this excerpt, “But Ma, we needa gun. Pa ain got no gun. We needa gun in the house. Yuh kin never tell whut might happen. Ah wans a gun Ma. Yuh kin lemma have

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    Bowling For Columbine

    363 words - 2 pages

    Bowling for Columbine Director Michael Moore's “Bowling for Columbine” presented a lot of issues on guns and gun control. The first and most that was spoken about is that of almost everyone in Littleton, Colorado having a gun, or a couple of guns, in their households. Parents in Littleton take their children out to hunt with them at an early age. And that instills the mindset of that child wanting a gun, as they get older. Also, having a gun laying around the house gives the children in that household the wanting to experiment with it, which can lead to them causing death on themselves

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    Gun Control

    546 words - 3 pages

    Gun Control The subject of gun control is a highly contentious one. On one side of the argument they say guns are needed to protect homes and families. Statistics say that if you have a gun you are less likely o be assaulted. While on the other hand it is thought that every 14 minutes someone dies from gun shot wounds. Gun control is so controversial because if you go against it you could demolish someone’s lively hood. But yet if guns are available people’s lives are threatened by gun carriers. In this essay I will write about the arguable cases both for and against.

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    Gun Violence And Gun Control

    2701 words - 11 pages

    Gun Violence and Gun Control The issue of gun control has been debated for a long time, probably ever since they were invented. The gun is a small, rather easy to obtain, weapon that is lethal if used in the right (or wrong) way. This makes the gun an extremely dangerous factor in our lives. If used improperly, a gun could be lethal to not only the target, but the user as well. The availability of guns has sky rocketed in the past decade or so, and the immense population of guns in our society make it a dangerous place to live. Gun violence claims approximately

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    Gun Control

    1737 words - 7 pages

    Gun Control Expository Essay Nicholas Blank, University of Phoenix COM150 – Effective Essay Writing Facilitator: Tony Salinger July 23, 2008 Can stricter guns regulations help control the nation’s rates of homicide, robbery and assault? When it comes to purchasing a handgun currently there is a loophole that allows people with criminal records, illness, and underage buyers the mean to obtain them. With stricter gun buying regulations we can stop majority of these sales; however, having stricter policies may not help prevent all of the tragedies in the U.S.

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    Paintball

    850 words - 4 pages

    Paintball is a new sport compared to others in the world. In fact paintball has only existed for a little more than 20 years. Even though this sport is new, it has swept through the world with full force. In its brief history, it has evolved to become one of the most-played sports worldwide. With technology as advanced as it is, there are many different equipment options and ways to play. There is no telling where the sport of paintball will go in the next twenty years. People of all types can play this sport; age creed and race are not determining factors for players. Although it would not b

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    Amendment II

    1445 words - 6 pages

    English-per. 2 3.March 2,000 GUN CONTROL Gun control is an issue that has been debated by Americans since the 1960’s (Dolan 1). The debate questions the right of Americans to bear arms, this including, handguns, shotguns, and rifles. Some say a simple restriction of these arms is in order while some think they should be banned altogether (Dolan 1). Both sides hold strong opinions often causing conflict in the matter and confusion among the citizens of the United States. However, the opponents do agree that a death rate of 30 million a year due to the powerful and deadly weapon is too high; onl

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    Bowling For Columbine Reaction

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    Bowling for Columbine Reaction Paper Bowling for Columbine is a very controversial movie. Michael Moore tends to lean towards the controversial in his documentaries. The movie touched many sensitive subjects, the main one being Guns and everything related to guns. In this paper I will talk about what I thought about Michael Moore’s actions in the movie, the Columbine shooting, and my personal opinions about gun control. Michael Moore handled the documentary very well. He had well worded questions and responses that really nailed the people he was interviewing. Michael Moore really knows

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    Guns

    513 words - 3 pages

    4,590 students in America are expelled from school every year for bringing a gun to class, an average of 88 every week, 12 every day.12 lives ruined everyday. 37 school shootings in 26 years, almost two every year. 22 billion dollars spent on buying and making arms every year, that’s 60 million dollars every day. The money that the world spends on making arms every year is enough to wipe out poverty in the entire world. All this for something that kills you. Something that can only bring violence to the world. Something that starts wars. It’s not people that are the murderers: it’s the guns

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    Ban The Things Ban Them All

    353 words - 2 pages

    Summary of “Ban The Things. Ban Them All.” In the essay, “Ban The Things. Ban Them All,” written by Molly Ivins, she expresses concern about society’s ownership of guns, and how they have grown to be used more of a weapon for show, than for protection. Ivins also argues that the argument of “guns don’t kill people,” doesn’t exist, because she believes that they do, and that that may be all they ever do. Ivins states that she supports the Second Amendment: “A well–regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of people to bear arms shall not be infringed,”(4

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    Do Guns Kill People Or People Kill People

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    Do Guns Kill People Or People Kill People? As the world goes towards the future, it takes many lessons from the past. One of these valuable lessons is that gun control is an issue that is not in black and white. Those who oppose against gun control have many reasons and the same goes for the other side. The gun is an inanimate and thoughtless tool. It is a man-made tool to make killing easier. It can be used without intention or it can be used with prior planning. Guns have to have a plan to kill someone. The world has not seen a gun fire by itself and many doubt that they will ever see o

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    Gun Control

    442 words - 2 pages

    The specter of the private ownership of guns and their relationship to domestic violence casualties is a very significant variable used for political leverage in the policy debate. While many shootings occurring in the course of a heated mutual argument of passion, others occur where a partner or family member of a "romantic" or familial relationship, who is an ongoing victim of domestic physical abuse or sexual abuse uses the force of a firearm in self-defense action against the perpetrator who also happens to be known to or related to the victim. As a corollary, in such policy advertising ca

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    Business Proposal

    2054 words - 9 pages

    Executive Summary The mission of Paintball Unlimited is to provide playing locations and equipment rental service to paintball players in the area who are currently involved in the sport or who wish to become involved in action pursuit games. The purpose of this presentation is to seek start-up financing for capital investment in both equipment and location procurement. Company Overview • History and Current Status—Paintball Unlimited is a new company in the start-up phase of development. Incorporated in New York, it seeks to be located in Erie County so as to be close to a major

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    Firearms

    1140 words - 5 pages

    In this world, there are two types of people, those that own a gun, and those that don’t. The question is; “Under which category do you fall?” Many people have different opinions when it comes to the right to bear arms. Some believe that guns are the main source of homicides and others, including myself, believe just the opposite, that guns don’t kill people, people kill people. According to Drs. J. H. Sloan, A.L. Kellermann, D. T. Reay, J. A. Ferris, T. Koepsell, F. P. Rivara, C. Rice, L. Gray, and J. LoGerfo, in “Handgun Regulations, Crime, Assaults, and Homicide: A Tale of Two Cities,” [A

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    Gun Controle

    1019 words - 5 pages

    Gun control is the idea that the sale of guns should be regulated and controlled. Some people believe that no one should have a gun while others believe that everyone should own and know how to use a gun. Both sides have legitimate reasons for thinking the way they do. But which side of the argument is correct? Can we allow ourselves to become completely defenseless against someone trying to hurt or kill us? Should we allow everyone to have a gun and know how to use it? Some people believe that we should have more gun control, making it so that only the police and other people of authority

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    Shooting Dad Summary

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    Summary of “Shooting Dad” Sarah Vowell narrates a witty story about how her father‘s political views and interests differed from hers and how they overcame their differences in the essay “Shooting Dad.” The political divisions (Republican versus Democrats) manifested itself onto the Vowells’ house’s outside appearance with campaign posters. Vowell’s father was a gunsmith. She jokingly calls her patriotic home the “United States of Firearms.” Her father was an avid gun collector and his home reflected that with guns displayed everywhere. He sported hunter’s orange. When eating breakfast on

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    Can Firearms Be The Best Solution

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    I have read an article about the danger women faces everyday when they go out alone on the streets. Silko, the author, argues about if women should be taught to use a weapon to defend themselves. I think it's not the best solution because there are many risks. Weapons should not been used by any mean by women or men. Women are easy target for men to abuse them because women can't defend by themselves. However, Silko's dad taught her how to use guns when she was very young. She explains that as she grows up, she realized that having a gun makes her more confident and secure. I certainly agr

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    Summary Of The Man Who Was Almost A Man By Richard Wright

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    Summary of “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” by Richard Wright “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” by Richard Wright is about Dave, an African American, who worked in the fields with his family. He didn’t like the way other workers talked to him as a child. He was 17. He wanted to have gun, so that those workers would respect him as a man. He walked to Joe’s store to borrow his catalog. After chatting for a while, Joe offered him a pistol for two dollars. Dave came home, asked his mom for money to buy the gun. First, she got furious at him, and then she agreed with one condition that the gun

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    Mr

    360 words - 2 pages

    Director Michael Moore's “Bowling for Columbine” presented a lot of issues on guns and gun control. The first and most that was spoken about is that of almost everyone in Littleton, Colorado having a gun, or a couple of guns, in their households. Parents in Littleton take their children out to hunt with them at an early age. And that instills the mindset of that child wanting a gun, as they get older. Also, having a gun laying around the house gives the children in that household the wanting to experiment with it, which can lead to them causing death on themselves or someone else mistakenly. D

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    Nothing

    253 words - 2 pages

    The last, but certainly not least vital quality of a good leader is the ability to not only prioritize, but manage several levels of priorities in equality. Just as in the game of paintball we had more than one priority, the kids in ‘The Lord of the Flies’ also had many. Their goals were broken up into short and long term; the long term goal was to be brought home, and the short term goal was to survive on the island until that time came. The passing of the boat while the signal fire was out, was an example of poor leadership and the inability to keep both long and short term goals under contr

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    Research Essay

    289 words - 2 pages

    Thesis Take care in selecting your thesis. This is really a type of persuasive essay, but you don't want to be stuck either just repeating someone else's opinion, or citing all the same sources. Try to come up with an original thesis or take an aspect of someone's thesis and develop it. You can also take a thesis and "transplant" it into different circumstances. For example, use tools of modern economics to argue about the role of medieval guilds in the development of early European settlements. Or take a study done on children in France and try to show it is/isn't applicable to elderly Flori

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    Packin Heat

    1455 words - 6 pages

    Neil Lotridge December 2, 2008 Mrs. Coltraine Packin’ Heat Gun control is an issue that has been debated by Americans since the 1960’s (Dolan 1). The debate questions the right of Americans to bear arms, this including, handguns, shotguns, and rifles. Some say a simple restriction of these arms is in order while some think they should be banned altogether (Dolan 1). Both sides hold strong opinions often causing conflict in the matter and confusion among the citizens of the United States. However, the opponents do agree that a death rate of 30 million a year due to the powerful and de

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    Guns

    453 words - 2 pages

    Yarilyn Rivera English 101E March 30, 2009 A Peaceful Woman Explains Why She Carries a Gun Comprehension 1. Hasselstrom carries a gun because she feels that, that is the only thing that makes a woman physically equal to a man. She never felt safe until she got a hand gun and knew she could use it. 2. The camping event with her friend was the first incident, it could have been harmless, yet she did not want to stay around the men to find out. The second was not involving her, but even I get sick when reading about it. Hasselstrom was thinking about getting a CB radio, but heard that a

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    Would Gun Prohibition Really Work In America

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    Would Gun Prohibition Really Work In America? How do we answer the never ending question of whether firearms should be banned in the United States? Whether we should be allowed to own guns and how much power the government has to give us the right or not, is a core and extremely diverse topic in American Politics today. I feel that stricter laws should be made to control gun related crimes instead of banning the right to own a gun altogether. One side to this ongoing argument is that all guns in the United States need to be banned. Many Americans feel this way, believing that, “violence is

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    The Man Who Was Almost A Man

    835 words - 4 pages

    “The Man Who Was Almost a Man”, by Richard Wright, tells the story of Dave, a little black boy who wants to buy a gun to show everybody that he is a man. But this gun will bring him problems when, accidentaly, he kills an old mule he was supossed to take care of. The story takes place in 1930’, in the South of the United States, where black people were inolved in what is called The Great Migration, scaping from racism, trying to get an employ and a better education for their children. In this essay, the theme of migration and all the social context, both in the literary and in the real wor

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    Paintball A Mainstream War Game

    1087 words - 5 pages

    Paintball: A Mainstream War Game? Paintball is commonly misconcepted as a native war game in the woods. In fact, many believe the sport is nothing more than war without real games. However, to a select group many call this game they’re life, their career, or everything they need. The game started in the woods, but now it’s grown into a multi million dollar sport. Very few people know this, and that’s where paintball is standing today. The sponsors endorse many pro-players, but mainstream America doesn’t recognize it quite yet. There are many theories, possible solution, and companies trying

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    Richard Wright The Man Who Was A Almost A Man

    1159 words - 5 pages

    plot The story opens with Dave, the 17-year old protagonist, walking to the crib from another day of working in the fields. He fantasizes about buying a gun because he feels if he owned one, the other field workers would take him more seriously and stop talking down to him. He decides to make a stop at the town store and asks the owner, Joe, if he can borrow the Sears Roebuck catalogue to shop for a gun. After some conversation Joe offers to sell Dave an old pistol of his. Dave agrees to buy it and says he will bring the money in the next day. Dave returns home and asks his mother for tw

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    John F Kennedy Conspiracy

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    November 22, 1963 Today I woke up feeling in my gut, like something bad was going to happen. Well what do you know? President John F. Kennedy was shot in the head and throat by an assassin in Dealey Plaza, in Dallas Texas. It was a sad day for the United States of America. I was a friend of his brother so I knew the Kennedy’s well. So the F.B.I. put me on the case because I am a detective too. I specialize in guns mostly...any way, a man I interviewed said, "I saw a rifle being pulled from a window seal in the Daley plaza." I asked if he could tell what kind of gun it was or what the man loo

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    Fire Arms Should Be Banned In The Us

    1120 words - 5 pages

    Science and technology, has played the most significant role for the human beings to live comfortably and luxuriously. Friends miles away can be reached instantly, the world can be watched from our bedrooms as well as many of the things which we wouldn’t have thought in the past. In one hand, science and technology has been a boon to mankind and on the other hand it has created various disastrous things, such as weapons of mass destruction, either the big missiles, huge bombs, the small grenade, or the small pistol. The massive use of firearms has been a sad issue. According to the report by D

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    The Cost Of Airsoft

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    Price List *2 33inch CYMA MP5 Fully Automatic Airsoft Gun $34.99 25 inch Fully Automatic D91 UZI *2 $24.99 *2 AK47 Fully Automatic Gun $34.59 *2 Fully Automatic 1/1 scale M83 Rifle $36.14 FULLY AUTOMATIC AIRSOFT BELGIUM P-90 *2 $28.34 *2 Fully Automatic Airsoft BELGIUM P-90 Deluxe $32.79 12000 .12G 6mm BBs BB Ammo Airsoft gun guns rifle US $18.95

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    Paintball Sport Company BUSINESS PLAN

    4452 words - 18 pages

    Paintball Sport Company _BUSINESS PLAN PAINTBALL SPORT PALACE 18940 Barrister Ave._Akron, OH 44309 This plan's lengthy exploration of the business development leaves little question about the direction of the endeavor. All aspects of the necessary tasks to get the business started are covered and the entrepreneur's absence of salary emphasizes his commitment to profitability. The hardboiled approach of the plan echoes the businesslike manner with which the company will likely be run. 0. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 0. COMPANY OVERVIEW 0. SERVICES PROVIDED 0. MARKETING AND SALES

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    Gun Rights

    454 words - 2 pages

    Alex Flores Period 3 Persuasive Essay Prompt Should Americans have the right to bear arms in order to protect themselves, or will they just wind up killing each other? I say they should be allowed to carry guns. No matter what the government does, there is no way they can entirely clean up the entire streets. In addition, some people could honestly need guns for self-defense. Finally, banning guns would in no way, affect the rate of murders or gun violence. Out of all the guns on the streets or in people’s houses, I find it hard to believe even if the government abolished the 2nd am

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    Trigger Happy Birthday

    268 words - 2 pages

    Trigger-Happy Birthday The author, Kiku Adatto wrote this essay. Adatto describes her own experience with paintball birthday parties for children. She has twelve-year-old son and her son received a brightly colored invitation to a friend’s birthday party, which was being held someplace called Boston Paintball. And a few days later, she received more somber missive. So that she did not let her son go to his friend’s birthday party because she thought it is not really safe for her son. After the party his friends told him that everything had a great time. Then she decided to visit Boston Pai

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