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You should all know the rules, hit ctrl-V to see what you have in your clipboard, I'll start.
...Curious, nothing in my clipboard.

(I usually can never play this game, my clipboard usually never has anything on it. Today I'm lucky i guess.)
Have fun and enjoy your stay!

sorry about that >> LOL
chacarron macarron

don't ask...
I just had sex
And it felt so good (felt so good)
A woman let me put my penis inside her (her)
I just had sex (Hey!)
And I'll never go back (never go back)
To the not-having-sex
Ways of the past

[Andy Samberg]

Have you ever had sex?
I have, it felt great
It felt so good when I did it with my penis

A girl let me do it
It literally just happened
Having sex could make a nice man out' the meanest
Vem är jag för dig???
Kopiera och lägg in på din logg och se vem du är för andra
guessing but the green it's a slitheen tow
say your prayers little one
Don't forget, my son
To include everyone
Tuck you in, warm within
Keep you free from sin
Till the sandman he comes
Sleep with one eye open
Gripping your pillow tight
Here are the lyrics, what an excellent TV theme.

Do you feel the power of the Gladiators?
Can you face the challenge of the champions?
Do you have the courage of a hero?
Do you have the will and the skill?

Do you have the speed, the strength, the heart to be a winner?
It's not for beginners.
Deep down in your soul...
Are you a Gladiator?

Gotta move like a streetwise fighter.
Gotta face the fire of the tiger.
Gotta give your all to win.
Ready or not, let the challenge begin.

Can you match the strength of the Gladiators?
Do you have the fire within you?
Do you have the heart of a lion?
Do you have the power in your soul?

Now it's time to race, it's face-to-face, get on the track now.
There's no turning back now.
Your future's on the line.
Are you a Gladiator?

Gotta move with lightning speed.
Feel the strength for what you need.
Gotta take it on the chin.
Gotta love it, love to fight and win.

Do you feel the power of the Gladiators?
Can you face the challenge of the champions?
Show the stuff you're made of.
Can you seal the fate of...
The Gladiators?
Can you challenge the Gladiators?
Will you take on the Gladiators?
Will you be the new champion?

The Gladiators!
Connor Paolo
You are facing a door. To the left of you, there is a family portrait on the wall. To the right of you, there is a hallway.

(company name XXX'd out. I don't think it'd be a problem, but just in case)
The American Dream is the idea that anything can be attained by anyone through hard work. This dream is theoretically possible for anyone, regardless of race, class, religion, or gender. The dream usually involves a person rising from humble starts and potentially reaching Donald Trump status, but tends to be different for everyone. The American Dream is the same for everyone in that it involves a degree of happiness. One could have all the money in the world, but not be happy, and not have achieved the American Dream. For instance, Gatsby had enough money to buy a large house and hold extravagant parties, but he was not happy. He never reached his American Dream. Richard Cory clearly never realized his American Dream. The American Dream is subjective; it is the dream of the dreamer.

Gatsby is the ideal success story; he was born poor, and through his own charm, work, and determination, he became fabulously wealthy. Gatsby ended up reaching a more traditional dream (big house, nice cars, etc.), but he missed out on the part the mattered most to him: Daisy. Daisy was what he wanted, Daisy was what would make him happy, and Daisy was just out of reach. He could be a businessman. He could lie and cheat his way into money. However, he couldn’t use any of those skills that he possessed to win her. It was a cruel irony that perfectly illustrates the thesis.

We don’t know much about Richard Cory, but what we do know serves its purpose. The tale is narrated by a man who is obviously jealous of the gentleman that is Richard Cory. He scornfully points out how well dressed and clean Richard Cory is, and how the people living downtown “thought he was everything/to make [them] wish that [they] were in his place” (11-12). At the close of this unnamed man’s anthem of envy, Richard Cory “went home and put a bullet through his head” (16). Richard Cory was the object of every man’s resentment because he had reached what many call the American Dream. It clearly didn’t satisfy him.

The American Dream is not about money. Money doesn’t even help to accomplish the dream, as Gatsby realized, tossing his fine shirts on the bed. The American Dream is about satisfaction, contentedness. It is about a steady happiness, rather than a cheap thrill. The American Dream is so personalized that it’s hardly fitting to put such a generic label on it.

Discuss what you have learned about the American Dream. Start by giving a good definition of the American Dream and some explanation. Discuss a couple of different aspects of the Dream. Consider how the American Dream is the same for everyone. It also has personal aspects that relate to our abilities to make choices. Use at least TWO of the items listed above to support your thesis on the American Dream (in other words, how do these sources support your definition? You must back up what you say with SPECIFIC examples from the works above. Clearly give the context of your examples and explain why these are appropriate examples )

Oh noes, my essay! xD
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