Gonzalez 4 Elenie Gonzalez Prof. Colleen Finzel WRT 120-05 30 September 2013 El Dia De Los Reyes We’ve all heard of the Christmas holiday and what it’s about. Santa, the reindeer, the North Pole, toys, and elves; whenever you hear these words you think of Christmas time. But what if instead of Santa there were three kings? What if instead of reindeer there were camels and horses? Spanish speaking countries like Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Spain all celebrate a special day similar to Christmas called El Dia De Los Tres Reyes Magos.
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Many European countries had an increased sense of nationalism, or pride for their country. The British believed that they were “the finest race in the world, and the more of the world [they] inhabit, the better…” (D #4). Britain believed, as a country that capturing other countries would be beneficial. Many countries also felt that they could “uplift and civilize” other countries by capturing and influencing them (D #7). Since the entire country of Britain supported imperialism, the government didn’t have to worry about any backlash in its own
America is not a set idea or definition, but is a combination of many diverse people and their cultures. The basis of this country is identified through its diversity and the freedom in which every person posses. People come to this country to develop a better life for themselves and in hopes of one day achieving the “American Dream.” America is not only a country, but also an idea that is one of the most prevalent in out world. America as a country consists of many parts that all fit together as one. One of the first parts that actually make a country a country are the people that make it up.
Hershey is a great company. They produce more chocolate and candies then any other Company around. I do believe it is the first company to build a town entirely for its workers. Also, they make delicious products and distribute them all around the world. Milton Hershey died, in 1945, a very wealthy man, and his company will continue to be very wealthy for years to
KELLY CLARKSON I am Kelly Brianne Clarkson (born April 24, 1982), an American singer-songwriter, actress, and philanthropist. In 2002, I became famous after winning the first season of American Idol. Over the years I have accumulated 91 number ones on the Billboard charts and 11 international number one singles, and has sold over 25 million albums and 45 million singles worldwide. I am known for my vocal versatility and range. Apart from my work in music, I have also ventured into television and film.
Everybody is having a good time. There is only a week or so before Christmas and Santa is inspecting his reindeer before the daily practice route. He motions the reindeer to get into their positions. "On Dasher, on Dancer, on Prancer, on Vixen, on Comet, on Cupid, on Donner and Blixen......" He pauses. Rudolf was not in front of the pack.
Or at least this is what I have come to understand. In American society everyone strives to make something out of themselves, jumping at the opportunity to make themselves rich. Although only the successful actually attain this dream its still was a very good motivator for immigrants and Americans alike. The American dream affected how most laws were made. With the way the government is set up the people who govern the country have to think about what is best for the average citizen.
Americans are united we take pride in our country. All American’s should be proud of what the United States has accomplished. My country has become a major influence to other countries. Mainly because we are one of the most developed, wealthiest, and advanced country in the world. Another quality that unites all Americans is its past.
He proudly stated, “Since are the highest per capita income place in the world, excluding those small oil rich nations, it is what gives people the opportunity to have wealth and a much higher standard of living than any place in the world.” Also, being an American is also being a part of the most powerful nation in the world which comes with it being responsible for the maintenance of world peace. He gave the analogy, “for if we weren’t the biggest bad dog in the valley, there would be a lot more warlike activities, but countries know that if things get too bad America might intercede and it would be all bad for the country that is taking unfair advantage of other people.” After hearing this, I started to think about my own personal application of it. What drives Americans to work hard? The last thing that he said really drove home for me. “Being an American is also about making profits.” For me, being an economics major, I knew that Americans run their lives on their economic situation, and many times to make profits it is about seeing opportunities, and to some sense exploiting people, but they want to be exploited because it is called work.