Ramsay, Gordon. Roasting in Hell’s Kitchen: Temper Tantrums, F Words, and the Pursuit of Perfection. HarperCollins Entertainment, 2007. This autobiography offered meaningful insight into Gordon’s character, childhood, influences, and motivators. I learned about his miserable history with his father, his unfortunate accident that forced him to quite football (something he may have had a career in […]

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Bonjour. I hear you ask: Who are you and why are you here? Well, this my answer be: My master scheme years and years ago was to fool the cardinal into thinking I was a representative of the queen, and lied that the queen wanted to buy a diamond necklace, but wished no one to […]

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This text has been translated from français to Anglais (excepting a few expressions and terms.)   Je m’appelle Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Rémy, and I stand by my view that Marie Antoinette may brûle en enfer. Some context: Mon père (father) is the illegitimate (but, legitimate enough, I say!) son of King Henry II – therefore, in my veins trickles […]

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  As indicated above, the theme I chose to express from Hamilton was “True good versus evil does not exist.” If that isn’t clear enough, basically my point is that nothing and no one is ever 100% pure or 100% evil. My examples were The conflict between Hamilton and Burr, the conflict between Seabury and […]

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BIG IDEA 1 Emerging Ideas and Ideologies Influence Societies and Events Social Cycle The “Social Evolution Wheel” I created for my second Document of Learning accurately pairs with the first Big Idea. My wheel followed the timeline of black slavery in America. The emerging idea I chose to highlight was that in the past, coloured […]

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