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Roots of Sociology:

“In the Industrial Society in which Karl Marx saw developing from the Feudal Society he began to notice two distinct classes that names changed depending on the type of society…”

Five Typologies:

“According to Merton, there are five typologies in which a person may have a cultural goal and a means to attain them… “

D.I.D.:

“For most of my life, I have been interested in psychological disorders. Out of the many, the ones that caught my attention the most is Dissociative Identity Disorder and Bipolar disorders. Since the topic said to write about one, I guess it would have to be the one I’ve been thinking about since the first time I heard about it as a child… “

Death Note:

“The movie begins with a sky view of rain over Tokyo City at night. There are many quick shots from different view tops of the buildings, before the camera settles on a final location. It pans in to an alley where a black notebook falls lightly to the street. There is this still shot of the notebook in a perfect circle of dry asphalt whilst the surrounding road is drenched in rain. This image shows the unnatural presence the notebook has in the human world. The next few minutes show compilations of a hand writing in the notebook before jumping to the death of a person. As a movie adaptation of a book series, I find this as an interesting angle to show first on the society’s views on the plot device, before introducing any characters. It seems this might have been the easiest way to shorten a book series, which has been adapted almost word for word earlier as a 37-episode animation, to fit into a 126-minute film… “

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Not many people know this but I’m an avid photographer…

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I know it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything on this site, but I thought I should leave a little memo for anyone curious…

Literary Journal Review

Embark:

A Literary Journal for the Novelist….

Blog 1

NYC Midnight is a Newsletter that specializes in annual writing competitions …

Blog 2

Diversion Books is an independent publisher from New York City…

Chapter 1

The way technology has advanced has changed the playing field for many fields…

Chapter 2

There seems to be a cold reality and harsh truth in the second chapter that clearly points out the difficulties of living off of publications… 

Switzerland:

“Switzerland is a country that is small in size and lodged in the middle of several larger countries making its culture more blended. The main themes to be established in its cuisine take notes from German, French and Italian rules. In the southern part’s, polenta and risotto are very popular while west of that French dominates leaving the north to German ancestry. These three may be on the main course, but are not the sole participant’s in Switzerland’s dinner table. The country prefers to have a mix of cultures from other neighboring countries and to diverse its pallet. The three dishes created solely by the nation and is a specialty there are Fondue, Chocolate, and Raclette…”

Belarussian Hospitality:

“The Republic of Belarus is located west of Russia, above Ukraine and below the Baltic nations of Lithuania and Latvia as well as the neighbor to Poland. Agriculturally, they are very well at growing grain, potato, vegetables, sugar beet, flax and their meat and dairy industry is in the high. Currently the people of this nation can be described as kind, friendly and good humored. They can claim their patience comes from a darkened history of endless wars in which they were in the crossfire of and had to participate in… “

Hawaii:


“In Hawaii, there is a chain of 132 islands that extend for more than 1500 miles. Out of these many islands, there are eight main island called: Hawaii; Maui; Oahu; Kauai; Molokai; Lanai; Nihau; and Kahoolawe. Inhabiting these islands are the native Polynesian people whom came from early on as well as people from Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean and Portuguese ancestry and those from the United States after becoming one with the Union… “

Louisiana:

“Louisiana has many cultural influences upon it from it’s long history of being occupied by Native American, French, Spanish, German, English, African and Italian settlements. These people have blended together to create two distinct but similar styles: Cajun and Creoles… “

New England:

“New England is the North Eastern region of the United States and is made up of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. With these states being along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, it is very common to see seafood being incorporated into their dishes… “

Central Plains:

“Consisting of the states in the Great Plains of the United States such as: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.  The region’s major trade areas became areas for America’s first breweries that started the great beer industry before the decline during the Prohibition of 1920. After the ban ended, only 400 of the original breweries survived and were able to reopen for business… “

Hors D’Oeuvre:

“French for “outside the work”, hors d’oeuvres are commonly served in very small, bite-sized portions as an appetizer before a meal or sampler for food-consorts. Usually served on a large dish held by a waiter, butler or even in a buffet table. Because they can consist of meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetables, grains, pasta, fruits baked goods and sauces; there is no end to the possibilities when creating a treat… “

Pumpkin Ales:

“Only seen as a seasonal item, Pumpkin Ales are released around the fall and winter times…”

Coconut Macaroons:

“A type of macaroon which has coconut as the primary ingredient…”

MoonBeans Coffee:

“Opened for nearly fifteen years, MoonBeans began its operation in McAllen, Texas at a simple plaza along 10th street. The coffee shop has a very relaxed atmosphere with different types of tables, chairs and couches for its customers to rest upon. The dim lighting makes it an ideal location for friends to gather and students to work…”

Ron English:

“In the museum were several pieces of Mr. English’s work. He became famous with his pop art on well known figures. He deforms the characters to show how much their meaning has changed from child-friendly to consumer products… “

Daniel Flores:

“This week in Art Appreciation, the class toured the gallery next door and actually had a chance to have a Q&A with the artist, Daniel Flores…”

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