Brighton Beach Memoirs
by brandnen mathews
The Great Depression : The great depression was a severe economic crisis triggered by a crash in the stock market in 1929 causing many people and businesses to struggle. T Over the next several years, consumer spending and investment dropped, causing major declines in industrial output and rising levels of unemployment cuz failing companies laid off workers. By 1933, when the Great Depression reached its , some 13 to 15 million Americans were unemployed and nearly half of the country’s banks had failed. Though the relief and reform measures put into place by President Franklin D. Roosevelt helped lessen the worst effects of the Great Depression in the 1930s, the economy would not fully turn around until after 1939, when World War II kicked American industry into high gear.
College in the 1930s
Duke was founded 1838 by James backhand Duke in Durham North Carolin. Tuition would cost students no as much as it does now but at the time of the great depression it was hard to even go to college and drive there too. Many kids had to stay at home and colleges had closed. Books costed about 100-400 dollars with the tuition, it just depended on what classes you wanted Art, business, etc.
Stan's apology letter
I have been your most faithful servant, Ive worked for you for many years and I think that you should reconsider not firing me. I mean ive always had your back like that one time you were cheating on your wife and needed a decoy so she wouldnt suspect nothing. Aint nobody here has been a better servant than me master strohan, i call you master because im yours, you can do anything to me Im a slave for you. Lowkey I know you love the way i move my hips for you for you.
There is nothing as heart breaking as the fact well be seprated forever for stupid actions. I love your soft lips on your daughter, i dont think i shouldve said that but its too late. Tomarrow when you fire be ill be at your house with your daughter thinking of you, call it 50 shades od stan and strohan.
I wish i could have emojis but there is no emoji that could express how im feeling. Were so...sorry im crying right now...were so special, we had so much potential..SIKEEEEEE I dont care about this wack job smh i wanna strip anyways.
- Love, stanley
What Is Shrek the Musical Like?Based on the contemporary fairy-tale book and the animated film it inspired, Shrek the Musical uses an all-new score to expand on the movie’s original story. (You get to know Shrek as a kid, for instance.) There’s a lot for the eyes and ears to ogle over: spectacular sets, innovative scene changes, puppets of all sizes, plus a very large and energetic cast. Like the movie, there are pop-culture references galore and plenty of laughs, many that involve bodily noises. That might be a turn-off for some, but there’s also a good moral and traditional happy ending.
Is Shrek the Musical Good for Kids?Kids will love everything about Shrek the Musical. The songs are catchy. The production delivers many cool sights and sounds. And with so many familiar-looking characters running around onstage, this is easily one of the most attention-grabbing productions. And obviously they’ll get some giggles from the potty humor. Put it this way: If you think the movie’s OK for your kids, this will be, too. But if you’re not ready to introduce them to PG-rated wisecracks, maybe you should hold off. Tickets cost about $200 depending on which section or row you choose.