Enough About You – Lily4Pres

Money seems to have a big role in our society; not much can be done if there is a lack of money. Money is valuable in different ways, even behind the scenes. In today’s society there must be faith in the government and in the banking system that the nation’s currency is being handled in the proper manner; if not, then the public would not trust banks. Forcing each individual to handle their own money. I have no clue what happens in the banks, or how they take care of the public’s money. I always thought money was simple; some people have a lot some people do not—that’s it. However, being introduced to this assignment, the Yap Fei, US gold, French francs, Brazilian cruzeros, and debit accounts now seem similar. No one sees their money being transferred. When someone is receiving payment, they do not need anything physical, the money’s all directly transferred to their bank account, and they just have to trust they received their payment.

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Bibliography – mossmacabre

  • The Conjuring. 2013. [DVD] Directed by J. Wan. New Line Cinema.

In 1970, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren are called to help Carolyn and Roger Perron, as well as their five young daughters, with the demon that they are being tormented by. 

  • The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Case. 2016. [DVD] Directed by J. Wan. New Line Cinema.

In 1977, the Warrens come out of a self-imposed sabbatical to assist with the case of Peggy Hodgson, a single mother of four children who believes her daughter is possessed by a demon. 

  • The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It. 2021. [DVD] Directed by M. Chavez. Produced by James Wan.

The Warrens are brought in to consult of the case of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, who murdered his landlord while being possessed by a demon that entered his body after the exorcism of David Glatzel.

  • The Exorcism of Emily Rose. 2005. [DVD] Directed by S. Derrickson and P. Harris Boardman.

Reverend Moore is being prosecuted for the wrongful death of a girl he performed a church-sanctioned exorcism on, but the case is not all that it seems.

  • Whitney, C., 1976. Germans Stirred by Death of Woman in Exorcism. The New York Times

    Annelise Michel, a 23-year-old German student from West Germany, dies from malnutrition and dehydration. After a long battle with mental illness, her family turned to religion, and 67 exorcisms were performed on her in the year before her death. 

An exploration of the real-life inspiration behind The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Case. Ultimately, it was revealed that the haunting was an elaborate hoax thought up by the mother to attract money and journalists. 

    An explanation of each of the stories that inspired the popular Conjuring trilogy.

    After the release of The Conjuring in 2013, the owners of the house that the story was based on sue James Wan for throwing them into the public eye, resulting in fans breaking into their home and sacrificing animals on their property. The owners, Norma Sutcliffe and Gerald Helfrich, ultimately have to sell their home of almost thirty years to escape the spotlight.

Was the Amityville Horror an elaborate hoax concocted by the Lutz family in order to gain game and fortune? Interviews with friends, family, and neighbors suggest that this might be true. 

    A retelling of the horrifying history of the infamous Amityville Horror house and the crimes that were committed there. The home was the host of a six-person murder in 1974 when Ronald Defeo Jr. shot down his parents and siblings.

  • Lugrigio, A. and Harris, A., 2007. Mental illness and violence: A brief review of research and assessment strategies.

    An examination of the relationship between mental disorders and violent behavior and evidence such as the MacArthur Study that suggest that mental illness and violence towards others are not inherently connected. 

  • Stuart, H., 2003. Violence and mental illness: an overview. World Psychiatry, 2, pp.121-124.

A medical journal that studies specific cases that examine the relationship between violence and illness. The journal suggests that while there is some violence among a percentage of people with mental afflictions, it is almost always an outside influence that caused the violence (child abuse, substance abuse, negligent caretakers, etc.)

  • Loren, R., Mulvey, E., Robbins, P., Silver, E., Steadman, H., Monahan, J., Grisso, T., and Appelbaum, P., 2001. Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    A commonly referenced study that proves mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and psychosis are not inherently connected to violence towards others.

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Enough About You – chickendinner

Money has a big role in every post-barter society; without it, little gets done. Money is valuable in various ways, even when unseen. In today’s society, having faith in the government and in the banking system, and that money is being handled in the proper manner, is fundamental to the continuation of our economic system; without it, people would have to hide all of their money under their mattresses or around their houses. It’s unclear what happens in the banks, or how they take care of their depositors’ money. I always thought money was simple; the rich have it and the poor don’t—that’s it. However, having been introduced to this assignment, I understand how the Yap Fei, US gold, French francs, Brazilian cruzeros, and debit accounts are similar. Nobody see their money being transferred. When employees get paid, they aren’t handed cash, they don’t receive a physical check, the money’s all directly transferred to their bank account, and they just have to trust that the money is there.

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Enough About You- frogs02

Money seems to have a big role in our society; one can’t do much or get far without any. Money is valuable in different ways, even when it is not seen physically. In today’s society, having faith is needed in the government and in the banking system that ones money is being handled in the proper manner; if not, then money would have to be hidden all under mattresses or around the house. I have no clue what happens in the banks, or how they handle money. I always thought money was simple; one either has some or doesn’t—that’s it. However, being introduced to this assignment, the Yap Fei, US gold, French francs, Brazilian cruzeros, and debit accounts now seem similar. One doesn’t actually see their money being transferred. When getting paid, no cash is being handed out, there is no physical check, the money’s all directly transferred to a bank account, and one just has to trust that the money will be received.

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Enough About You- strawberryfields4

Money seems to have a big role in our society; one can’t do much or get far without it. It is valuable in different ways, whether it is physically visible or not. In today’s society, it is a necessity to trust that the government and the banking system are handling our money in the proper manner; if not, then we would have to hide all of our money under mattresses or around our houses. It is not common knowledge to all how banks take care of our money. I previously believed that money was simple; you either have some or not—that’s it. However, while further exploring the subject in this assignment, it has become evident that the Yap Fei, US gold, French francs, Brazilian cruzeros, and debit accounts are similar. We do not have the ability to see our money being transferred. When we get paid, we aren’t handed cash, nor do we receive a physical check; the money is simply transferred to our bank accounts in good faith.

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Grammar Exercise-zipemup1

If a primary caretaker has a negative attitude toward his child, it increases the risk that his child will grow up hostile toward others. It is not just aggression toward others that results from child abuse; a large number of children raised by abusive parents also harm themselves. The negative behavior occurs because the children did not learn appropriate techniques for handling life’s disappointments. When raised without proper coping skills, individuals are more likely to act “inappropriately” than if they have developed more reasonable approaches. As reported by Dr. Geoffrey Dahmer in “The Bully Papers,” the effect of poor parenting is that everyone gets the child they deserve.

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Enough About You – Levixvice

Money seems to have a big role in our society; we can’t do much or get far if we don’t have any. Money is valuable in different ways, even when nobody sees it physically. Today’s society requires faith in the government and in the banking system that the money is being handled in a proper manner; If not, then hide all of the money under the mattress or around the house. We have no clue what happens in the banks or how they take care of the money. Everyone assumed that money was simple; someone either had it or nobody didn’t. However, being introduced to this assignment, the Yap Fei, US gold, French francs, Brazilian cruzeros, and debit accounts now seem similar. We don’t actually see the money being transferred. When getting paid, cash isn’t being handed, a physical check isn’t being presented; the money is all directly transferred to the bank account, and we must trust the bank to receive more money.

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Causal Argument – comatosefox

Ideas: Men controlling women’s rights is what caused women to work harder to be able to play as equals, causing women’s lacrosse to be harder than men’s due to the standard that women are weaker than men. I.E they are not allowed to get physical in any way

References

Roberts, R. (1992). Women’s Sports [Review of Women’s Sports: A History, by A. Guttmann]. Reviews in American History, 20(2), 242–246. https://doi.org/10.2307/2703108 

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Rebuttal Rewrite – Levixvice

Spotted lanternflies are a nuisance in America because of their destructive nature, eating away the trees’ bark and the seeds that, if planted, will become trees for the new generation. Despite the fact that getting rid of them requires a considerable amount of searching, these insects of their kind wander the United States where there would be other hiding spots other than trees. Insecticides would also help kill the insects, but would in turn harm the plants, trees, and other organisms because of their toxicity. Stopping the spread would require everyone’s cooperation to create traps to either eliminate the pests for good or relocate them to their natural habitat in China. Because researchers know that Spotted Lanternflies lay their eggs inside host trees during the winter season and they awaken only during the spring season, this becomes a repeated cycle without an end. It also goes into the factor of how firewood shipments are not stopping their routine to check for any invasive species like the Spotted Lanternfly and remove them from the firewood.

These reasons are to be given as nobody can tell if the spread will ever stop. The Spotted Lanternfly has found its place in America, just like how the Gypsy Moth was introduced in 1869 as being a native insect in Europe and Asia. But the parasitoid called the Ooencyrtus Kuvanae wasp, which was introduced from Japan to America in 1909, has limited the Gypsy Moth’s spread from 1911–1971 through the laying of its eggs on the host in its caterpillar form, where the hatchling would kill the host as food. This parasitoid has also been doing the same to spotted lanternflies in 2016. This causes a rift in their spread as they are culled by this parasitoid to have their hatchlings protected by the Spotted Lanternfly and then be eaten alive after hatching. Superparasites is the use of female parasitoid behavior to lay their eggs on an insect that has already fallen prey to the parasite and has developed over time. The estimated time to plant parasites in the Spotted Lanternflies’ eggs was from when March was over to the middle of April, when scientists collected these eggs and placed them inside incubators to see the development at close hand. Parasitic wasps have also joined in the fray to lay parasitic substances on the eggs and were collected. Their emergence was recorded the following day, and the eggs were hatching from their exit holes, which determines their existence inside the hosts’ eggs.

Spotted Oviposition Substrate Selection Lanternflies would lay eggs in locations other than dead tree trunks. These locations could be shrubs, building structures, or vines 200 cm above ground. Its host preferences are determined by nymphs and adults from 23 plant species (13 trees, 1 white ash, 5 shrubs, 5 vines, and 1 oriental bittersweet). The density of the egg masses ranges from 0.2 to 75.2 masses/m2, with an average of 6.0 to 6.7 egg masses/m2, but can vary between 2.3-32.5 egg masses/m2 and 0.2-45.4 egg masses/m2 depending on the substrate type.

Spotted lanternflies in their nymph stage have four instar stages that grow their bodies from May to September. The first three instar stages are all black and covered in white spots and are only 1/4 inch with the ability to leap away from any danger such as predators or environmental hazards. 

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Grammar Exercise – littlecow24

If a primary caretaker has a negative attitude toward her child it increases the risk that her child will grow up hostile towards others. And it’s not just aggression toward others that results from child abuse; a large number of children raised by abusive parents also harm themselves. This negative behavior occurs because the children don’t learn appropriate techniques for handling life’s disappointments. When raised without proper coping skills, individuals are much more likely to act “inappropriately” than if they have developed more reasonable approaches. The effect of poor parenting, as reported by Dr. Geoffrey Dahmer in “The Bully Papers,” is that everyone gets the child he deserves.

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