In January 1982 "Atomic Dog" was born. "Atomic Dog" is said to be one of the most influential songs of the rap and hip-hop era. It is also known as the funk anthem. It was written by songwriters David Spradley, Garry Shider and George Clinton. It would later be released as a single for George Clintons upcoming album "Computer Games."
Maybe you feel useless sometimes, but when you think about it there is many people who wouldn 't survive a minute without you, that 's why I love the fact that we are all different, and unique. Another good thing of being unsimilar may be our opinions, for example we all have different opinions on various stuff, and different perspectives on them, we may all read the same book but we could of understand the moral in a distinct way. "Normal is the absence of individuality." I can 't remember who said it exactly, but those words are really important to me, wherever I go those words go
Today, music is taken for granted and people use it as an excuse for the reasons that their lives are messed up, or better. There are so many songs, and artists out there today that give out the wrong message in their songs, and the music that they publish to the world. Youth look up to the artists of today more than anybody else and that is not always a good thing. Many artists of today give off the wrong messages and tell people the wrong things with what they are singing about. There are a few musicians our there that give the right message, and tell good things, but a majority of the music of today 's world gives off the wrong vibe and
Music: A way to convey one’s emotions to others through different notes and rhythms. Though not many people can create this form of art, anybody can enjoy, and interpret it in their own way. All music takes talent to write, but as time has passed, it is a common opinion that music has lost the meaning behind it. In order to make it to the top of the charts, the talent needed has declined. The lyrical meaning, as well as the feeling in the notes has all lost the amount of meaning it once contained.
The foster home wasn’t at all what Frankie thought it would be, to Frankie’s surprise the family consisted of two husbands. “Emerson if you don’t mind me asking how did you come out to your parents?” “Oh gosh it’s a Long story, ok so my whole life, it was just my mom Olive Hart and I. I was raised in a small apartment. To put food on the table my mother read tourist’s tarot cards and palms, she had raised me in the true Haitian Voodoo like her mother taught her. Voodoo has been in my family for many years, ever since my Great, Great, Great Grandma was uprooted from Haiti, brought to Louisiana for the obvious
Both Wilde and Burge take a word, Ernest/Earnest, and use it in such a way the reader/viewer has to stop and think about it. The words Wilde chose in many scenes were ambiguous at best. This certainly adds to the wit and humor. Wilde appears to intentionally allow the readers to formulate two different scenes in their minds but Burge does not always do this. Burge omitted lines, which showed this type of ambiguity.
Growing up without a father; a painful experience While having an awesome dad can help you become an awesome man, growing up fatherless can also take away your joy of becoming a better father. Like millions of people, my friend; Philip grew up in a single parent household. Philip’s Dad was implicated at that time when the Grand mum was pregnant of him and died in the prison. The grand Dad was from Accra the Capital of Ghana, where he was leaving and working. He followed his senior sister who was married there to Aburi a small town of Akuapim district also of Eastern Region of Ghana where he met the Grand Mum and had her as a girlfriend.
He uses details to show that she is constantly replaying moments in her head and trying not to smile just thinking about it. This even has a resulting effect on the reader, causing him/her to feel almost the same way. Something I dislike about this novel is the unrealisticness. Although it is realistic fiction, the characters often speak very metaphorically with each other and it isn’t something you would commonly see. While some people like this style, I personally do not.
It focused on the influences on how these two genres of music has influence on the performance and concentration. The participants had to choose/prefer their genre and were to request to repeat a set of numbers backwards while listening to either sedative, simulative or no music. The results were shown that the participants performed worse while listening to their preferred type of music. In addition, in the no music condition, the participants performed the best. By these results, it has indicate that preferred type of music can cause distracting factor , perhaps due to the attention is drawn to emotions, memories and lyrics where such music can evoke.
Those two genres are both great and reflect human innermost entanglement. I was not loving them so much, but after we talked about important details, I realized that those two things contain more than I thought. They both conveyed a man struggled when he faced to choose to do an evil thing, which could keep them alive or make them a better life, or to keep being honest. The author and director used simple symbols to reveal the protagonists’ changing emotion, such as the homeless kids, the cloth of the old woman, and the weather’s change, which made me so surprised, because they could make simple, ordinary things meaningful. I wonder what will I do if I am in the two situations.