The Los Angeles Clippers is a team in the western NBA conference. The team was founded in 1970. In 1970-1978 they were the Buffalo Braves, in 1978-1984 they were the San Deigo Clippers, now they are known as the Los Angeles Clippers. They play in staples center (the same arena as the Los Angeles Lakers). Their team manager is Dave Whol, the head coach is Doc Rivers, and the teams president is Doc Rivers as well, and the team owner is Steve Ballmer.
2. Self Servicing Place With Limitless Foods Golden corral is the most popular buffet and restaurant across the United States being since 40 Years. They are the topmost under any criteria. You will never find end for meals for breakfast or lunch or dinner.
But soccer was invented in 4500 BC. It wasn’t exactly “soccer”, but somewhere along the lines of that. Soccer has been around way longer. But basketball is still better. First of all, basketball requires a lot of skills.
The first Converse All Star shoes was made in the middle 1900 as a shoes for basket ball players. In the 1920 Chuck Taylor turned into the representative for Converse and for the following couple of decades the Converse tennis shoes was the main shoes in basket ball. During the 1960 to 1970 the tennis shoes started to move from games footwear to easygoing footwear and turned into an image for the cheap and grime cultures. after sometime converse launch the denim ,t-shirts cap and everything related to sports. and they got success as well
The Texas Longhorn was a decedent from the Spanish cattle introduced about two-hundred years earlier. They adapted to the harsh climate, tough prairie grasses, and scarce food and water that some animals could not adapt to. These breed of cattle are known for their unique color, and their huge horns which can grow up to seven feet long. By 1865, about five million roamed the Texas grassland.
United States was able to annex Texas after the agreements with Mexico. But, the Texans were still upset and devastated about the Alamo. I think both sides did stick to their ruling but Texas/United States didn 't agree with the treaty that Santa Anna signed and declared. The United States had a strong disagreement with Santa Anna, so they didn 't want to have any part or writing signed him declaring peace/
J\t first viewing of the doetnnentary ·"Gideon·s Army.· you tnay become overwhelmed by the dire situation of the criminal justice systen1 in the South. specifically with regard to the poorer and less educated population. To observe how stressed the public defenders are, how tapped the resources. and how desperate the defendantsyou struggle with the notion that there tnay not be anything that can be done and its too big a problem to overcome. But delving into the professional. and, at tirnes, personal life of Travis Williams, a public defender in Georgia,
The orange Grove at California State University Northridge (CSUN) has been a historical landmark that has historically represented the very essence of CSUN all the way back from the year 1952. It was officially announced as a historical site after the Associated Students claimed it to be so officially in 1972. The orange grove consist of over 400 orange trees, a observatory, a orange grove bistro, and a pond. For many students, faculty, and staff the orange grove pond has always signified a place of inner sanctum, a place of tranquility, and escaping life problems. The inhabitants of the pond consist of ducks, turtles, several native species of insects such as the dragonfly and water bug, and around the pond there are several squirrels scouring about.
Struggles with family relations. Bullying. Inconformity. All of these are reasons that, at the early age of 16, Rod Dreher, the author of The Little Way of Ruthie Leming, left his home in St. Francisville to pursue his own aspirations, to escape his tormented childhood. However, years later, after having built up a life outside of Starhill, Rod moves back to his old hometown; this happens not because the town, the people, or the social order changed in any manor, but because Rod developed a new perspective on the entirety of that which was St. Francisville, Louisiana.
There were many appalling prison camps during the Civil War, but the most infamous was Andersonville. A shocking 13,000 people died in this camp(Bartels). Andersonville was run from February of 1864 until April of 1865. When the North found out about what happened at Andersonville, people were outraged. They wanted justice, and so the man running the camp, Henry Wirz, was tried and hanged for war crimes(Kohn). By the end, any prisoner who was not too ill to move was taken from the prison(Holst). Thousands prisoners died at Andersonville because of overpopulation, bad conditions, and the South not improving conditions.
Bridgewater, Va. – The Treasury Department announced on Wednesday April 20th, abolitionist, and anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman is to replace the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. This is a mark in history because she will not only be the first African-American to appear on United States paper currency, but also the first woman in over a century.
Valley forge was a winter camp for for soldiers to train. But the conditions at the camp were horrible with bad housing, food, weather, and clothing. Many quit due to those harsh conditions. If I were at Valley Forge I would have definitely quit. 50% of the soldier got diseases and 1,800 to 2,500 died. (Doc A) I honestly would wouldn’t want to be around dirty sick people all day. I also wouldn’t want to die because of all those poor conditions your put through. Many of the patriots clothing was ripped, torn, dirty, and they had no shoes. (Doc B) The time of year and place they were doing has very harsh winters so wouldn’t want to freezing outside all the time. I especially hate it when it's below at least 30 degrees out so I would of been
Valley Forge is a winter camp about 18 miles from Philadelphia. Many colonists are sick and dying since they have little food, and supplies left. On February 1st, 1778, death and illness took over our troops. (Doc A) About 50% of our soldiers are currently sick, and in horrible condition. And since we are close to the end of this winter, around 2,500 people have died. (Doc A) We also don’t have much supplies left. We are low on food, weapons, and having no food leads to death and horrible sickness. The vomit surrounds our camp, and the smoke pollutes our air. (Doc C) I want to live just like anyone here at this camp. The other day I was looking at a painting by William Henry Powell, and noticed that the British were not having a tough time
Valley Forge was a base winter camp located next to Pennsylvania. George Washington helped out and taught the soldiers how to use guns and fight battles. I am going to leave Valley Forge because the quality of this camp is horrible. (DOC A) There was a very high percentage of soldiers who died of illness because they did not cure any illnesses. Almost fifty percent of soldiers were sick, about 3,989 were sick with chickenpox and smallpox. (DOC D) Thomas Paine compares tyranny to hell. The camp was very cold and sometimes the soldiers didn't have shoes to wear. (DOC C) The huts at Valley Forge were very cold and dirty. There was very poor food, they had no meat and nothing to fill our stomachs. Valley Forge was a very poor quality camp and it