"Bukowski Betting On The Muse" Essays and Research Papers

  • Bukowski Betting On The Muse

    most likely be short-lived and unsustainable. It is this troubling concept which Charles Bukowski addresses masterfully in his poemBetting on a Muse’, perusing the irrelevancy of those who were once relevant early on, and the reversal of such with himself. He utilizes the classic example of high-school jocks: popular and well-loved in their prime, yet unsuccessful and even destitute in their later years. Bukowski then contrasts this with his inglorious writer self, whose relevancy and skills only increase...

    Charles Bukowski, First person, Grammatical person 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bukowski

    for a weekly column in the Open City newspaper, Charles Bukowski's “Non Horseshit Horse Advice” was intended to give advice to people going to horse races. Bukowski begins by describing the people you may or may not see at the Hollywood Park horse races. In the next paragraph he starts to explain how the track makes money off of the people betting on the horses, and how it is rigged.  Then he says that he knows the way to win, but he won't tell the readers because then everyone would do it. Next he...

    Audience, Audience theory, Charles Bukowski 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • Charles Bukowski

    Charles Bukowski "I photograph and record what I see and what happens to me. I am not a guru or leader of any sort. I am not a man who looks for solutions in God or politics. If somebody else wants to do the dirty work and create a better world for us and he can do it, I will accept it. In Europe where my work is having much luck, various groups have put a claim on me, revolutionaries, anarchists, so forth, because I have written of the common man of the streets, but in interviews over there...

    Charles Bukowski, Matt Dillon 1372  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sports Betting

    Sport Betting The issue of sport betting gives rise to many controversies and opposed by lots of people since Malaysian government legalizes sport betting and will give the license to Ascot Sports Sdn Bhd to be the first and only legalized sports betting operator. In doing so, government wishes that Ascot would help them to curb illegal betting, especially during the time of the FIFA World Cup and to avoid losing tax revenue estimated to be up to 4 billion ringgit a year due to illegal sports...

    Bookmaker, Casino, Decriminalization 872  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sports Betting

    The Over Under On Legal or Illegal Sports Betting One of the oldest games around is to wager money on another sport taking place to gamble and hopefully gain back revenue from that risk. Some see it as wrong and some have no issue with it, which is creating a strong amount of conflict when dealing with such a large issue as sports betting has become. There are many sports to wager on but the goal is the same for every gambler and that is to win big time. Although there are many motives to be...

    Bookmaker, Crime, Criminology 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Matched Betting

     Essay topic: matched-betting Name: Lucian Gaianu Group Number: 6 A couple of months ago I came upon the concept of ‘matched betting’, which is seen as a mathematical risk-free method of taking advantage of the multitude of bonuses and incentives offered by online sport bookmakers. In other words, it is a risk-free, legal method of making some guaranteed profits. As a future economist, I thought there is no such thing as a free lunch; then I found about positive externalities...

    106 & Park, Bookmaker, Bookmakers 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bukowski Quotes

    she loved him and how he needed one more fuck to be even. this poet 79 it had this weird structure to it and the poet had been drinking and walked on stage and vomited in the piano. He felt bad for the poet as they told other universities but bukowski was still amused by his poetry. great writer pg 92 basically how to be a boss….. for sure this one. imagination n reality 135 how come not unlisted 153 173 191 209 we see his full range of attitudes and musings, from poignancy...

    Female, Human sexuality, Poetry 910  Words | 4  Pages

  • medical muse

    Mike Wright English 2367 29 January 2014 Medical Muse Hysteria has been an available diagnosis of female mental and physical health since the fifth century. Hippocrates is known to have fathered the phrase in reference to “the wandering womb.” An innately feminine issue, translated from the Greek “hysterika”...

    Childbirth, Female, Gender 1190  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spark by Charles Bukowski

    Spark By Charles Bukowski Charles Bukowski is a deceased German aspired writer. His poem ‘Spark’ tells the story of a working man who feels like he’s been restricted by society’s boundaries. Falling in deep depression the man contemplates suicide; however a ‘spark’ inside of him potentially saves his life giving him hope to continue living. The poem ‘Spark’ is a reflection of Bukowski’s life as it tells of the same experiences the persona of the poem goes through compared to Bukowski. The man is familiar...

    Charles Bukowski, Death, Great Depression 784  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Muses in Greek Mythology and Art

    The Muses in Greek Mythology and Art The Muses were deities worshipped by the ancient Greeks. They were 9 women, sisters, whose sole purpose for being was that of the inspiration to mortal man, typically in an artistic capacity. The embodiment of the classical idea of the poetical faculty as a divine gift, these famous sisters dwelt on Mount Helicon, in Greece. The Muses were therefore both the embodiments and sponsors of performed metrical speech: mousike, whence "music", was the art of the...

    Apollo, Epic poetry, Greek mythology 1652  Words | 6  Pages

  • frist muse

    Wixson, Valencia, Peters 1993 Garcia Girls, part 2 Essays from Something to Declare Select 2, then in your log, note how the content of the two you selected connect to the themes in the book. Of Maids and Other Muses A Vermont Writer from the Dominican Republic El Doctor Picky Eater First Muse Unit Preparation Activity Select a theme you would like to teach, and explore books that will fit that theme at a grade level you are interested in teaching. 9/17Improving Comprehension through Reading, Writing...

    Academic conference, Book discussion club, Education 2482  Words | 4  Pages

  • Greek Mythology: The Muses

    Mythology The Muses Sister Goddesses, The Muses, were in charge of the world of Literature, Art, and Society. The Nine Daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne; they gave inspiration to artist, writers and other artistically gifted people. “The Nine Muses have been inspiring artists since the antiquity and there countless paintings, drawings, designs, poems and statues dedicated to them. All artists of the Renaissance acknowledged their importance in artistic creation, dedicating their works to the Muses.”[1] The...

    Apollo, Calliope, Greek mythology 932  Words | 3  Pages

  • Proposal for Sports Betting

    whether or not the approval of sports betting would help Central increase gambling revenue. I will conduct this analysis by building a Decision Support (DSS) model that forecasts the proposed sports betting program’s financial situation for the next 10 years. This model will be used to provide proper reasoning for the approval or disapproval of the sports betting proposal; also I will use this model to support and explain my recommendation on the matter of sports betting. DSS Model: Summary and Analysis ...

    Bookmaker, Decision support system, Finance 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Minerva and the Muse- Margaret Fuller

    her virtues in place of her flaws. Due to her misrepresentation in literary circles, it is wise to look at biographical representations of the visionary feminist with a grain of salt. However, Joan von Mehren’s comprehensive biography Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller is more than worthy to serve as the ideal representation of her due to its careful reports of the details of her life from birth to death and its exclusion of authorial bias towards or against Fuller. The biography itself...

    1999 in film, Adolescence, American Library Association 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • CLIO A MUSE Clio Resdiscovered

     Title of Paper: "CLIO A MUSE: Clio Rediscovered" Course: Western Civilization 101-051 Time of Class: 7:10 PM Thomas E Buccine Jr. __________________________________________________________ Signature April 26, 2015 Thomas E Buccine Jr. April 26, 2015 Western Civilization 101-051 Dr. L. Hogan CLIO A MUSE: Clio Rediscovered 1. What does George Macaulay Trevelyan mean when he says in paragraph #1 that "the vulgar have been excluded from the Court of the Gentiles?" Remember, his...

    Contemporary history, Fiction, Historian 2451  Words | 10  Pages

  • Bukowski Self-Exploration in “Bluebird” and Transgressive Fiction

    Bukowski Self-Exploration in “Bluebird” and Transgressive Fiction I liked Charles Bukowski’s poem “Bluebird” because it was very gritty and realistic, and I really understood the expression of loneliness and depression and escapism. His work seems to really represent the dirty, gritty, realistic soul of America in the 20th century and he uses his writing to express his inner pain and questions about himself and life. He does this through writing in a realistic way in transgressive poetry, by...

    20th century, Charles Bukowski, Fiction 2239  Words | 6  Pages

  • Appreciation of Poem

    feelings. Some poems can be understood easily while others seam vague. But whatever they are, they all contain some common elements of poetry such as theme, figurative language, and tone, etc. ¡§Constantly risking absurdity and death¡¨ and ¡§betting on the muse¡¨ are two poems which are written by two different poets. By comparing and contrasting these two poems, the full beauty of the poems can be greatly appreciated and their theme can be deeply explored. ¡§Constantly risking absurdity and death¡¨...

    Allen Ginsberg, Charles Bukowski, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 923  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stop at a Winner Betting

    has 8 betting points. E.g my total stake is £800.00 my ratio for each bet is 1:3. Let’s look at the outcomes 1.Arsenal win and Chelsea lose On the first bet slip our £100.00 on Chelsea lose, and our £300.00 on Arsenal wins. £300.00 at 4/6 = returns of £500.00. On our second slip our £100.00 on Arsenal wins returning £166.67 stop at winner, Arsenal wins so our bet st0ps and £300.00 stake on Chelsea is returned. Total return £466.67 So in this example , we have laid eight betting points...

    2004 albums, Bookmaker, Gambling 1128  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ellen Olenska as a Mythological Muse in the Age of Innocence

    Ellen Olenska as a Mythological Muse in The Age of Innocence Long ago in ancient Greece, mythology was used to explain our world, our lives, and most importantly, our interpersonal relationships. Still today Greek mythology is infused into the literature of almost every influential and lasting author, one of the more effective authors being Edith Wharton, author of The Age of Innocence. The relationship between Newland Archer and Madame Ellen Olenska, two protagonists in Wharton's novel, is an...

    Edith Wharton, Erato, Greek mythology 1282  Words | 4  Pages

  • Charles Bukowski

    The writer Charles Bukowski was born in Andernach, Germany in 1920. His family moved to Los Angeles when Bukowski was three years old. Charles Bukowski Senior was a bullying parent who used to violently punish the young Bukowski for trivial mistakes. Bukowski published his first story at the age of 24 and began publishing for profit in his 50's. Charles Bukowski lived a life which some would describe as seedy. For two years of his life, he roamed around America working at manual jobs. Most of the...

    Charles Bukowski, Factotum, Henry Chinaski 455  Words | 2  Pages

  • Charles Bukowski

    Henry Charles Bukowski writing was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic ambience of Los Angeles. He left home after his father read some of his stories and went berserk, destroying his output and throwing his possessions out onto the lawn, a lawn that the young Bukowski had to mow weekly and would be beaten for if the grass wasn't perfectly cut. Bukowski was born in 1920 in Andernach, Germany. He died on March 9, 1994 in San Pedro, California. He was a German American poet, novelist...

    Alliteration, Andernach, Charles Bukowski 799  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jackie Brown: One Worth Betting on

    Isaac Rexford ENG 1102M Spenser Simrill Jackie Brown: One Worth Betting On The film Jackie Brown begins with a predominant focus on Jackie herself, one of the film's main characters by a panning shot following Jackie in the first scene. Jackie's initial focus is very much related to the film's plot. As the plot develops, Jackie finds herself in the center of a situation where a guns sells man (Ordell) refuses to let Jackie run her mouth to the authorities, while the authorities already know all about...

    American films, Authority, Cannon 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • To My Muse

    To my Muse Invoked no longer is the Muse, The lyre is out of date; The poets it no longer use, And youth its inspiration now imbues With other form and state. If today our fancies aught Of verse would still require, Helicon’s hill remains unsought; And without heed we but inquire, Why the coffee is not brought. In the place of thought sincere That our hearts may feel, We must seize a pen of steel, And with verse and line severe Fling abroad a jest and jeer. Muse, that in the...

    Apollo, Debut albums, English-language films 262  Words | 2  Pages

  • Music Video Analysis Uprising Muse

    ‘Uprising’ is a song composed and performed by an English alternative-rock band called MUSE. Uprising comes from their fifth studio album ‘The Resistance’ and was released in September 2009. The music video that accompanies the song was directed by Sam Stephens and John Hobs. The main story or meaning of the song was inspired by the 2009, G20 protesting in London. The lead vocalist of the band, Matt Bellamy, commented in a ‘German Music’ interview that the lyrics were based around a book he was...

    Teddy bear, Teddy bears, The Teddy Bears 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Study The Muse TransStar And Sout

    Case study: The Muse/TransStar and Southwest Airlines BATNA Case Overview Transtar was struggling amid the 1982 traffic controllers’ strike. By the end of 1984, they were looking for a merger to keep it afloat. In 1985, Southwest Airlines acquired the company and a series of complex negotiations between Southwest Airlines and Transtar instigated. An agreement on combined master seniority list is reached in the last negotiation between pilot groups. Nonetheless, Transtar Pilots Association (TPA)...

    Best alternative to a negotiated agreement, Contract, Dispute resolution 1259  Words | 5  Pages

  • first muse

     The story “First muse” by Julia Alvarez tell us about he life in The Dominican Republic. She starts to read The Thousand and One Nights book under her bed. She saw her self reflected in the dark haired almond-eyed girl on the book cover. Alvarez identify with the bright ambitious girl stuck in a kingdom that didn’t think females were very important. Scheherazade gave Alvarez the courage to explore the power of storytelling. When Alvarez came to the United States it was very difficult for her...

    Dictator, Dominican Republic, Marriage 533  Words | 2  Pages

  • Muse 121

    1. When you hear the words "classical music," the first composer that many people think of is Beethoven. Can you think of any reasons why this is so? If one says "rock music", who is the first person you think of and why? 2. In the 19th century, the "lied" or art song was a very important development. The lyrics to these songs frequently dealt with disappointment in love, with the beauty of nature, with magic. In today's songs, what are some of the themes being sung about? 3. The piano became ...

    Chamber music, Classical period, Ludwig van Beethoven 909  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bk I: 1-11 Invocation to the Muse

    possible test questions 1. Bk I: 1-11 Invocation to the Muse   I sing of arms and the man, he who, exiled by fate, first came from the coast of Troy to Italy, and to Lavinian shores – hurled about endlessly by land and sea, by the will of the gods, by cruel Juno’s remorseless anger, long suffering also in war, until he founded a city and brought his gods to Latium: from that the Latin people came, the lords of Alba Longa, the walls of noble Rome. Muse, tell me the cause: how was she offended in her divinity...

    Aeneas, Aeneid, Alba Longa 1023  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bukowski poem - a smile to remember

    Analysis A smile to remember Charles Bukowski The poem is really a short story about an ordinary family with tragic problems. The child of the mother and the father, who are mentioned in the poem, is the narrator. The likely scenario is that the child in the poem represents Charles Bukowski’s childhood. In the first lines of the story, it is mentioned that the family has goldfish. We hear about a boy, whose mother keeps telling him to be happy, even though she has a miserable life because...

    Charles Bukowski, Debut albums, Family 676  Words | 2  Pages

  • SWOT Analysis of Dunkin’ Donuts: Betting Dollars on Donuts

     Case Study 4: Dunkin’ Donuts: Betting Dollars on Donuts Dunkin’ Donuts has a history of offering simple and straightforward morning snacks which has given it its competitive advantage. They are one of the world’s largest Coffee and baked goods chain. Dunkin Donuts is working to grow in all directions. They now have almost 6,400 outlets, with most of them being in the northwest, they are looking to pop up on every corner throughout the rest of the country. The shops are not only found...

    Doughnut, Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks 1365  Words | 7  Pages

  • Service quality in the betting industry

    1.0 INTRODUCTION Betting in Mauritius is mostly focused on Horse Racing and Football Matches. Betting is considered to be a monetary activity where people bet for money to gain more if they win or lose the entire amount they bet if they lose. Though betting existed since 1812 in the form of horse racing, it is just recently that the industry started to reach its maturity. The betting industry started to develop with the introduction of various kind of betting such as the National Lottery and the...

    Business models, Customer, Customer service 12474  Words | 48  Pages

  • Case Study Bukowski Bear

    The internationalisation of the firm - An adapted case study By Tomas Sylverberg Background and History Bukowski Design manufactures and sells teddy bears all over the world. It has five employees in Sweden, however, when the firm needs more workers, then they are hired by the hour. Usually this occurs when the firm has special promotion tours or visits trade fairs. Globally, the firm employs more than a thousand people. The firm started its activities by selling office material to Kooperativa...

    Economics, Factory, Firm 3000  Words | 6  Pages

  • A speech about horse racing, the history, the crime involoved, and the betting system.

    racings long life. All the betting done in American tracks is under the "Pari-mutuel wagering system". Under this system, 14 to 25% of the amount wagered is taken out for track operating expenses, racing purses, and state and local taxes. The remaining sum is divided by the number of individual wagers to determine the payoff or return on your bet. The odds of the next race are automatically calculated by the tracks computers and displayed to the betters on screens during the betting period. The odds are...

    Arabian horse, Drug addiction, Gambling 1026  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indolence, Keats's Muse of Guilt

    Indolence, it would seem, is, in John Keats's life, a paradox. Both muse and reason for guilt. Both negative as a Coleridgean paralysis of will with its manifestations as torpor, sloth and paralysing dejection, and positive (‘delicious diligent indolence' (Letters 1:2311)) as creative energy-fuelling laziness. Indolence to Keats was both, as Wordsworth (1926: 281) claimed, ‘majestic', as well as, in his own words, a ‘capital crime' (Letters 2:77). Yet, despite its apparent duplicity, indolence occupied...

    John Keats, Ode on a Grecian Urn, Ode to a Nightingale 4600  Words | 13  Pages

  • Speech About Muse

    Speech Thousands of people die due to war, a song by Edwin Starr explains how there is no use for it. Good morning/afternoon fellow peers and teachers. The song I have chosen to speak about is War by Edwin Starr. It was released June 10th 1970 which was the time of great upheaval, protest, non-structured looks, and hippies. This song is about war, mainly the wars in Vietnam an obvious anti-Vietnam War protest. Edwin Starr suggests that there is no good in fighting; it never leads to anything good...

    2007 singles, Edwin Starr, English-language films 1172  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Ephemerality of Love in Charles Bukowski’s Love is a Dog from Hell

    Dog from Hell Charles Bukowski was born in 1920 in Germany. He moved to the states when he was two years old. Bukowski dealt with an abusive father and a distant mother as a child. He was also bullied by others and rejected by girls because of blood poisoning he got as a child that left his face scarred. Bukowski’s father had a large influence on his life and his writing, saying that “the disgust he made me feel for life never left” (“Charles Bukowski”). Bukowski dropped out of Los Angeles City...

    Barfly, Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye 1696  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mgt 300 Case 7: Dunkin' Donuts: Betting Dollars on Donuts

    MGT 300 Case 7: Dunkin' Donuts: Betting Dollars on Donuts 1. What does a Porter's Five Forces analysis reveal about the industry in which Dunkin' Donuts and Starbuck's compete and what are its strategic implications for Dunkin' Donuts? Answer: I think in this case, it reflects the level of rivalry among organizations in an industry, the potential for entry into an industry and the threat of substitute products. First, the Starbuck and Donuts they are all belongs to coffee market and they competing...

    Doughnut, Dunkin' Donuts, Krispy Kreme 388  Words | 2  Pages

  • Love for $17.50 analysis

     After reading the poem Love for $17.50 by Charles Bukowski, my mind is in a conundrum. When reading this poem things that come to mind are how funny, sad, disgusting and how real all of it is. This piece of literature literally has me asking so many questions on why this and that happened. Bukowski really slaps you a good one on this poem, there are many different emotions to it. There are lots of great pieces of literature out there and this one really hits the spot. This poem is an effective...

    Aerosmith, Human sexual behavior, Human sexuality 1109  Words | 3  Pages

  • report

    insurance are kind of betting. Betting activities are tried to predict the future and can win numerous money. Therefore, betting attract amounts of people. Gambling can bring financial benefits; however it causes some problems. This essay will examine the problems and the solutions of the gambling. These problems include addiction of online gambling, personal financial problems and broken families. The solutions include limiting betting website, legislation and education. Internet betting is a big challenge...

    Addiction, Casino, Gambling 894  Words | 5  Pages

  • Quotes for Writers

    Tennessee Williams "You have to die a few times before you can really live." — Charles Bukowski "You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming." — Pablo Neruda "great writers are indecent people they live unfairly saving the best part for paper. - Charles Bukowski "to fight for each minute is to fight for what is possible within yourself - Charles Bukowski The consciousness of loving and being loved brings a warmth and a richness to life that nothing...

    American poets, Andy Warhol, Charles Bukowski 493  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Study Answers

    Sandoval Muse: White Team Captain: N. Kalalo 1. Nad Kalalo 2. Alodia Kalalo 3. Emerald Chua 4. Manilyn Adia 5. Cristel Castilio 6. Ronalyn Magnaye 7. Elaine Magpantay 8. Rachelle Ann Robles Muse Boys Division: White Team Captain: Renz Marvin Orate 1. Jolas Orate 2. Justine Vergara 3. Kenjie Gelera 4. Ron Rowel Abanes 5. Dominic De Chavez 6. Jay Rayven Virtucio 7. Gino Robles 8. Jerome Gelera 9. Roniel Ramos Muse: Jenelyn...

    277  Words | 3  Pages

  • Musical Hair Critiquing

    Critiquing 1) What show are you critiquing? Hair 2) Give a brief summary of the story line. Claude Hooper Bukowski, an Oklahoma farm boy, heads to New York City to enter the Army and serve in the Vietnam War. In Central Park, he meets a troupe of free-spirited hippies led by George Berger, a young man who introduces him to debutante Sheila Franklin when they crash a dinner party at her home. Inevitably, Claude is sent off to recruit training in Nevada, but Berger...

    Actor, Anti-war, Film 584  Words | 3  Pages

  • Museum Project Formal Analysis

    ARTH 1001: Museum Formal Analysis Paper The Tiber Muse Winged Victory of the Nike of Samothrace Justinian and Attendants from San Vitale Adrienne Keiser TA- Anna, Tuesday Section April 23rd, 2013 The Tiber Muse, originally discovered in the vicinity of the Tiber River in Rome in 1885, is a product of the Graeco-Roman era and is dated around the 2nd-1st century BCE. This date and other formal qualities of the sculpture such as the pose, drapery and medium suggest that it was produced...

    Byzantine Empire, Louvre, Nike 1687  Words | 5  Pages

  • Charles Bukowski's Diction

    solitaries whose outspoken visions achieved against all odds a global presence. Henry Miller, Samuel Beckett, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Hubert Selby Jr. and William Burroughs were some authors who, as Bukowski, made use of these themes to expess their own points of view in a very particular way, being Bukowski the most "objective and clear" and non-scholarly one of them. Yet, even among such outsiders, he remains outside, a consummate loner, since the others, unlike him, reveal in their various styles...

    Charles Bukowski, Diction, Hubert Selby, Jr. 807  Words | 3  Pages

  • E-Business Paddy Power

    sports betting in Ireland. Paddy Power's retail division operates a chain of licensed betting offices located throughout Ireland and in the UK. There online division operates one of Ireland's largest online businesses which consists of the online sportsbook, mobile sportsbook, casino, games, poker, bingo, and financial spread betting (its latest addition). Paddy Power was founded in 1988 by the merger of three existing Irish high street bookmakers who have an unconventional approach to betting and...

    Bookmaker, Bookmakers, Gambling 1471  Words | 6  Pages

  • Issues in Sports

    suspended. Johor and Perlis FC were involved. Match fixing can be defined as involving players taking money from bookmakers and comprising to under-perform to help the opposing team to win, to enable the bookmakers to win large sums of money on betting of the results of the game (This definition represents match fixing in its most serious and lucrative form. With its ability to taint the result of a game, it is not surprising that match fixing is seen as a serious threat to the legitimacy of many...

    Amateur sports, Bookmaker, Bribery 1885  Words | 5  Pages

  • Problems Faced by Teenagers in Hong Kong

    of the off-course betting centers (OCBBs) and within such premises to check the age of patrons whenever in doubts; - display warning messages against underage betting at the entrance of and within OCBBs; on publicity materials, in the betting and betting information website, on betting ticket dispensers and betting terminals and windows; - publish warning messages against underage gambling on betting tickets; - broadcast public announcements about age restriction on betting within OCBBs and racecourses; ...

    Drug, High school, Hong Kong 1171  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sony: Betting It All on Blu-Ray

    Sony is widely known company for introducing new technological products into the market. In 1976, they found themselves in a technological war with VHS, in which their product, Beta, was finally defeated after eight years of struggle. Now, they find themselves in another technological battle in a war named Blue Ray vs HD DVD. Even thought there are many market giants backing up both these products, main companies behind them are Sony for Blue Ray and Toshiba for HD DVD. This technology war results...

    Blu-ray Disc, DVD, DVD Forum 738  Words | 2  Pages

  • How to Play Texas Hold'Em

    tournaments, but some people play just to have fun and hang out with their friends for a round of friendly competition. To know how to play Texas Hold’Em efficiently, one has to know the hierarchy of poker hands, how each hand is dealt, and to know how betting strategies and reading expressions play into poker. There are a total of ten hands in poker, from highest to lowest they are: royal flush, straight flush, four of a kind, full house, flush, straight, three of a kind, two pair, pair, and high card...

    Betting, Blind, Community card poker 1062  Words | 3  Pages

  • HRM Training

    staff, the organization will have more chances for them to develop the skills. Today, we focus on discuss HKJC Football betting service. 2. Describe the HRM Practice HKJC Football has different bets mode to fulfill total customer satisfaction, allows to bet when and where it best suits for customers, e.g. Online Betting, Telephone Betting, etc. We are focus on Telephone Betting training. In 2003, HKJC College adopted Internet-based training and CD self-study for assisting staff because they...

    Practice, Skill, Training 1577  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sole Proprietorship

    all the aspects of each type of business, then make your choice of which business is best suited to meet those needs. Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, or a Corporation: Choosing the Best Option There are three types of businesses according to MUSE 2010. They are defined as Sole Proprietorship, Partnerships, and Corporations. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages about them. The scenario about to be discussed has some issues that must be taken into consideration before making a...

    Business law, Corporation, Limited liability 872  Words | 3  Pages

  • Three Men in a Boat

    journey and the incidents that occur. The book 's original purpose as a guidebook is apparent as the narrator describes the passing landmarks and villages such as Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Church, Monkey Island, Magna Carta Island and Marlow, and muses upon historical associations of these places. However, he frequently digresses into funny anecdotes that range from the unreliability of barometers for weather forecasting to the difficulties that may be encountered when learning to play the Scottish...

    Hampton Court Palace, Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, Jerome K. Jerome 1205  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Paper

    Berbhart in Paris. Balanchine looked upon Apollo as the turning point of his life, "in its sustained oneness of tone and feeling". The story centres around Apollo, the god of music, who is visited by three muses; Terpsichore, muse of dance and song; Polyhymnia, muse of mime; and Calliope, muse of poetry. This ballet plainly takes Classical antiquity as its subject, but the plot suggests a contemporary situation. The ballet is concerned with the reinvention of tradition, since its inspiration is...

    Ballet, Ballets Russes, Classical ballet 1063  Words | 5  Pages

  • Captain Phillips

    packing more ammo, Muse (Barkhad Abdi) started yelling at the other leader saying he was a coward to not go hijack the Maersk Alabama. The next morning Muse, Bilal (Barkhad Abdirahman) , Najee (Faysal Ahmed), and Elmi (Mahat M. Ali) go and try to raid the Alabama once more. Muse’s team successfully gets on the Maersk Alabama and raids the ship. The first place Muse and his team go is the Captain’s deck, where they find Captain Richard Phillips and two other crew members. Muse demands for a lot...

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  • Faith Og Humanity

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