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Patrick Rademacher Hour 7th Date 9-12-00 Descriptive Essay Invidiousness In this world there are numerous different people These people are all filled with different emotions ranging from impeccable love to unalterable suicide But one emotion stands out among the rest It is the most phantasmagoric irrefutable of them all That emotion is hate Hate is probably the one emotion that we all feel from time to time in our diminutive lives We all learn to hate different things for different reasons Sometimes we learn this hatred on our own Like from working for a manipulative unpercevering censored or to the guy on the road who cut us off and left us in a dust cloud of smoke and debris In other cases kids learn this hatred from their parents While being raised they informed us not to associate with people who were different Different religions colors other ethnicitys sexual preferences social statuss and so on and so forth Todays youth especially teenagers express hatred in multiple ways They bash each others self esteem until theres nothing but an eating disorder left They tease and taunt others until the victim is driven to suicide Or they beat and rape others until they are led to believe that the only way out is killing the instigator What is wrong with the world today Why are we all acting on this one vulgar and disgusting emotion Anger management is a very hard topic to deal with Because we all get volatile for different reasons its difficult to trace where the anger stems from so we can solve the problem In todays society peer mediation is an unequivocal joke What two teenagers are going to act grown up enough to go see somebody because someone or something pissed them off I used to be a peer mediator and let me tell you the course itself seemed too good to be true People just
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