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  • Travis And Mike
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    Phenomena is a matter that social scientists must view in a very specific and cautious way. Social scientists must have a balance of doubt and caution and willingness to perceive new ideas in order to be successful. Doubt and caution is used when a specific issue is looked into more closely, and it basically takes away the chances of one being too gullible. A willingness to perceive new ideas is another way of saying to be open-minded, which is a trait that is definitely needed. Many examples de...
  • Bowie And Crockett
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    The Alamo General Sam Houston is in charge of the Alamo but he needs time to get a army ready to fight Santa Anna. Houston trusts Jim Bowie and Travis but now Bowie is drunk so he leaves Travis in charge of the Alamo. Then Houston leaves with his army to get it ready to fight. Bowie wakes up from being drunk and they raise the flag. Bowie doesn't think they can beat Santa Anna and his 7,000 troops. Travis gets word that Santa Anna and his men just crossed a river that is way closer than he had t...
  • Film On Travis And Betsy's Second Date
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    New York City that is depicted in Taxi Driver seems to be too real to be true. It is a place where violence runs rampant, drugs are cheap, and sex is easy. This world may be all too familiar to many that live in major metropolitan areas. But, in the film there is something interesting, and vibrant about the streets that Travis Bickle drives alone, despite the amount of danger and turmoil that overshadows everything in the nights of the city. In the film "Taxi Driver" director Martin Scorsese and...
  • Travis Like Neill
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    To understand the real battle, one must appreciate its strategic context in the Texas Revolution. qv In December 1835 a Federalist army of Texan (or Texan, qv as they were called) immigrants, American volunteers, and their Tejano qv allies had captured the town from a Centralist force during the siege of Bexar. qv With that victory, a majority of the Texan volunteers of the 'Army of the People' left service and returned to their families. Nevertheless, many officials of the provisional feared th...
  • Night Travis
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    A little money to fill his pockets was all the companionship Travis needed. No drugs, hookers, or other bonuses could ever get him through the night. Just pure green enjoyment. Life on the streets gave hard-edged Travis this kind of love for the economy. Nothing obscene, mind you, it was just the feeling of his pockets, fat with dollar bills, that let him sleep like a baby on pills. Unfortunate for him, they never saw obesity. Rarely even were they husky. He tried anyway. Pick up a job here, mug...

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