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    Extreme Sports have caused 4 million injuries since the year, 2000. And they are still being played! People are BMX biking, skateboarding, mountain-climbing, snowboarding and skiing, everyday. Is it really worth it to do a backflip on a snowboard knowing you could die? I don’t think it’s worth it, at all. If you did injure yourself playing an extreme sport, not only are you hurting yourself, you are also hurting your family and friends. You are hurting them in a different way. A more powerful way

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    Disney’s Subliminal Messages and Stereotypes When the majority of young adults and teenagers in today’s age look back at their childhood it is almost guaranteed that Disney made an appearance. Whether it was a princess fancy dress party, listening to the fairy tale songs, or building their own castle, it all started from watching the infamous and classic films. But what many don’t realize is how Disney may have influenced the way we look, think and act. Indirectly, it has taught its young viewers

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    More than 4,000 people went through the hell of climbing Mount Everest. Even though those many people attempted to climb Mount Everest, more than 290 people have died in the process. For being more than 29,000 feet above sea level, of course, there are many issues that come with it. First, the oxygen becomes thinner and thinner the higher climbers go. Second, the conditions that climbers are being put at are atrocious. Lastly, overcrowding is one of the biggest killers whilst climbing the giant know

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    1. Introduction Everyone has their childhood dreams. Wanted to be a princess when growing up, just like Snow White, is probably a common wish among the little girls. Due to the advancement of technology, although this classic animation film was originally released at the end of 1937 by Disney , we can still search for it through the Internet or other channels. Date back in 1937, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was actually achieved great commercial success as it suited the taste of people at that

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    Ill-Equipped Rescuers Formative Assessment The article “Ill-Equipped Rescuers Digs Out Volcano Victims; Aids Slow Reach to Colombian Town” written by Bradley Graham provides information on the eruption of a volcano taking place in Columbia. Moreover, the eruption caused a major outcry in the city Armero, Columbia leading to the deaths of thousands. Throughout the article Bradley Graham described his sightings throughout his journey from people dying one by one and how the city was completely

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    Purpose is said to be what drives humans, such as instinct is what drives a stork to migrate every first fall of snow. In My Hands: Memoirs of a Holocaust Rescuer details the found purpose of Irene Gut Opdyke, a young Polish woman regarded highly for her actions during the Holocaust and the savior of six Jews during her time as a maid for the Nazis. Irene’s story circumvents the idea that a person looks out for only themselves and their own kind, and instead pushes forward facts of selflessness and

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    Reading Log #3 In My Hands: Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer by Jennifer Armstrong Plot Pages (180-263) Irene was risking her life every single day by hiding her friends in the major’s house. Anyone who helped the Jews was a capital crime and would be punished with death. Having Jews hidden in the house was not easy for Irene, but the major demonstrated affection for Irene and followed whatever she said, which made her glad. Later on, Irene met a man named Zygmunt Pasiewski and they created

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    Irena Sendler a Rescuer or Perpetrator? A rescuer is someone who helps people if they are in trouble. During the Holocaust a rescuer is needed to keep the persecuted people alive. The Holocaust was a tremendously terrible period of time when a lot of people in concentration camps are killed. Irena Sendler strongly disliked the Holocaust and was not a fan of it. Irena Sendler the rescuer saved many persecutors from the Holocaust. The persecutors in the Holocaust were saved by the rescuer Irena Sendler

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    I don’t want somebody to die trying to rescue me. The rescuers shouldn’t have to risk themselves because some climbers take advantage or harsh conditions make it harder. People who put themselves at risk don’t have the right to rescue services. One reason why people should not get rescue services is, a rescuer might die just because a climber takes advantage or the climber isn 't careful. In the "Ranger Killed During Rescue of Climbers on Mount Rainer" story it describes... "Nick Hall, a climbing

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    know about all the rescuers and what happened during the Holocaust. Rescuers are good people who saved Jews from dying. They save these people from the Nazis, even with the consequences, and they risked there life to save Jews from the Nazis. Even some died and they would be considered legends. Just like Miep Gies she was helping Anne Frank's family and another in a small home, and they didn't have a lot of food. Her and her husband risked their lives for these Jews. In fact, rescuers risked their lives

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    Holocaust Rescues The Holocaust was a tragic event that caused the death of many individuals. Most Jews in the Holocaust couldn’t survive by themselves without being captured and that’s where rescuers come in. Rescuers during the Holocaust took in Jews, giving them a hiding place, food, and shelter, kept someone being a Jew a secret, or just hid someone’s star of David to save them from the authority. Even though rescuing a Jew in the Holocaust risked the Jew’s life, the rescuer’s life, and the rescuer’s

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    Essay On Mount Everest

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    own lives and rescuers ' when they try to climb Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. When something goes wrong during their climb, they demand rescue services to help them. Already, there are a large vast of people who have died in the process that perhaps 200 dead bodies still remain on the mountain. Although, 4,000 other people have successfully scaled the mountain which is a good amount. But, since helicopters are increasing because of the several people the rescuers have to save,

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    Englishmen to come to their rescue. The character of these men made them be the good people who came to the rescue of the soldiers. Positive Human traits make people successful which was witnessed by little boat rescuers traits, the soldiers traits, and my own personal traits. The little boat rescuers traits of single minded, ambitious, and courageous were what made this successful. For example in the story it states, “Suddenly out of the night came dozens of aircraft flares dropped by the German bombers…”

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    putting their lives at risk. There are many reasons people should not be rescued if they put themselves at mortal risk. Rescuers are putting themselves in incredibly dangerous situations trying to rescuing people who are sick or injured in the “death zone”. I think it is unacceptable for some to not be considerate of others by by putting both their and there possible rescuers lives at risk. Do you want die trying to save someone who made an active decision to do something crazy? To begin with,

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    Schindler to the Rescue A rescuer is someone who saves a person from someone or something. The Holocaust was a mass genocide to the Jewish by the Nazis. During the Holocaust people would help people escape, making them a rescuer. Oskar Schindler's perspective of the Holocaust was that of many people, wrong and he saw it as a crazy massacre. He thought it wasn’t right and thought it needed to be brought to an end. Oskar Schindler was a rescuer in the Holocaust, saving countless Jewish lives. He did

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    cure. Salk was a rescuer/hero in many ways like being brave, thoughtful, making a difference. Salk was a very productive man “Salk received his M.D. in 1939 from New York University College of Medicine” (“Salk, Jonas Edward” 1). “He was renowned for his work in developing the first effective vaccine against poliomyelitis.”(“Jonas Edward Salk” 1). When Salk was 25, he graduated college and by the age of 39, he made the vaccine for the polio disease. This makes him a rescuer because he wanted

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    Washington National Airport, which later crashed into the Potomac River was caused by the ice on the plane’s wings and crashed as it caused damage to the surroundings. There were seventy-eight people on the plane and only five survived with the help of rescuers. In the essay “The Man in The Water”, Roger Rosenblatt demonstrated moral courage by showing the bravery

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    has courageous moments. A courageous person stands up for themselves and others, is brave, does not give up and does their best to keep going. The word courageous is a word used to describe rescuers in the holocaust, people who went against the Nazis and rescued Jews from concentration camps. “They [rescuers] were ordinary people who became extraordinary people because they acted in accordance with their

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    With few rescuers or help them six million European Jews were murdered. Likely the outcome would have been different if there had been more rescuers like Leisel. Oskar Schindler was a real rescuer that did a larger scale rescue of Jews than the fictional character Liesel and her family. Oskar have 1,000 Jews hiding them under the cover of workers in his

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    Resistance to the Holocaust Families were separated at once when they arrived at the concentration camps. For Hitler, exterminating the Jews from German life was needed for the advancement of Germany. In addition, the first major step toward the Holocaust was the creation of ghettos throughout Germany. Resistance was a principal element of the Holocaust because of the uprisings, partisans, and defiance. With such dreadful conditions, the Jews began initiating resistance and uprisings. For example

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