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    Club It

    Club IT es un club nocturno que recientemente abrió sus puertas en el centro de la ciudad. Los propietarios del club nocturno Ruben Keys y Lisa Tejada tienen títulos de Administración de Empresas. Con el aprendizaje, la educación y la experiencia que obtuvieron como músicos en la universidad decidieron implantar un programa para mantener las finanzas y todo lo relacionado al negocio. Reciente remodelaron el interior lo cual satisface plenamente los propietarios. Como una discoteca de moda competitiva

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    Club It

    Club IT XBIS/219 The Club IT website is like most websites advertising an establishment. Their mission is stated clearly and there is background on how this business was created from the idea to the actual opening. Although informational, it is not so long so the reader feels discouraged to continue reading. The tabs provide different aspects of the business, but could use some improvement. The website itself is small and to the point, but it makes its point. The mission of the

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    Club It

    System/XBIS219 November 10, 2012 Robin Canale Analyze Club IT! Overview Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada met while attending undergrad and decided to partner together to make their goal happen, of owning a music venue. They both have degrees in Business Administration and have musical backgrounds. They made their dream happen in the downtown area of their city and decided to renovate the interior of their new club and name it Club IT. The Club not only has high ceilings and enhanced lighting but also

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    Breakfast

    BREAKFAST LIKE A KING, LUNCH LIKE A PRINCE, DINE LIKE A PAUPER This ancient proverb has more than a grain of truth in it, but sadly, most people leading today's busy lives skip breakfast altogether. This is really bad news as ideally you should be getting 25 percent of your day's calories from breakfast, enough to keep you going right through till lunchtime, both physically and mentally. Starting the day without refuelling your body's engine means poor concentration, irritability

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    Breakfast

    11212Speech Practice Outline: Persuasive Speech Name: Paulo Amio Specific Purpose/Thesis: To inform my audience about: - People skip breakfast way too often. I’m here to persuade the audience on why skipping breakfast is bad for your health. Introduction I. Open with Impact (Visualization and imagery will be used to tell an impactful story using pathos/emotional appeal. Then state a fact/statistic immediately following the story to persuade the audience using logos/logic.) - We’re

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    The Breakfast Club

    characters throughout the film. The Breakfast Club is about people, personality types, human behavior, strengths and vulnerabilities. It is about stereotypes and breaking them down. It’s about prejudice and gaining greater understanding through communication. It’s about rebellion, and also about teamwork. Every character in the film contributed something unique in society which allowed them to learn something new about themselves and about others. The Breakfast Club is a norm in today society because

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    Club It

    Club IT Part 3 Deborah Waters XBIS219 November 11, 2012 Hann So Club IT Part 3 Although Lisa and Ruben the owners of Club IT know they have a profitable business, they would like to improve on the business and open a second club in the near future. In order to accomplish this, they are going to need to improve on the system that they already have in place. After reviewing their current system, Lisa and Ruben are going to need to put in a lot of work and effort to get the information they

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    Club It

    Club IT, Part 3 XBIS/219 April 29, 2012 Joy Fluker Club IT, Part 3 Every business minded person aims towards owning a business while targeting certain type of people if not all kinds of people with the aim to satisfy their clients and at the same time maximize profit. As an entrepreneur, one gets to enjoy certain benefits of particularly choosing the people one works with (Dahl, 2011). Club IT is a downtown music joint that is managed by two Business Administration graduates

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    Club It

    Club it Anabel Hernandez Bis/219 March 3, 2010 Luis Vega Abstract There have been many cases where IT has helped organizations achieve strategic objectives. The real estate industry has seen a major transformation with electronic communications and the Web, the airlines are continuing to innovate, and even my course registration process is getting easier with online options. While Club IT, a night club that is about to open, is without the IT resources of K-mart or Sears, it is more agile

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    Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club is about a group of teenagers who have detention on a Saturday for almost nine hours. All the kids in detention come from different backgrounds and hang out with different groups. First, we have Andrew who is a jock and wants continually seeks his father’s approval by being good excelling in sports and beating up kids at school. There is Brian, who is a nerd that’s in the math and physics club and brought a flare gun to school. Claire is considered a princess and is the popular

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    Club It

    with additional information on Club IT. Review the project development methodologies in Ch. 10 of the text. Choose one of the project development methodologies to guide your analysis of Club IT. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using the information gathered from your review of the Club IT website and interviews with Ruben and the staff to perform an analysis of the Information Technology status of the business. Identify three business problems you see at Club IT in terms of resources, customers

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    Club It

    Current Club IT Club IT was founded by two college graduates, Ruben and Lisa, who had played live music in several clubs throughout their college years. Armed with their Business Administration degrees and their own experiences playing in nightclubs, Ruben and Lisa decided to open up their own nightclub. That is how Club IT was born. They wanted to offer the best music, a great atmosphere, and an enjoyable experience to all of their customers. According to "About Club IT"(n.d.), "We, Ruben and Lisa

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    Club It

    Club IT Margo Denise Kindred BIS219 April 21, 2013 John Brooks Club IT In order for any business to be fully successful the owners must have knowledge of IT (Information Technology). We want to use this information resource to find ways to generate more clientele (ways to advertise in and outside of the nightclub/promotions), keeping books and paperwork in order, menus, the best places to obtain the products needed (cost and quality), on down to customer services and proper

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    Club It

    Club IT, Part Two Jomoto Brown BIS/219 April 25, 2011 Tarik Iles Club IT, Part Two The best way to minimize cost and maximize profit is to revolutionize the infrastructure of Club IT. The best way to get this done is to let the information technology department as well as the owners incorporate better planning and new management systems. One of the issues bought to the attention of the author was the selling of advance tickets by having the customer call in or coming to

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    Club It

    Club IT - Part Three University of Phoenix BIS 219 Introduction to Business Information Systems Club IT – Part Three Organization and Demographic Information Club IT is a nightclub owned by Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys. Club IT recently remodeled, its 6,000 square feet of space includes 600 square feet of dancing floor, seats for 220 customers, a kitchen for appetizers and a bar with four pour stations attract childless young professional, college students, tourists, and business travelers

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    Club It

    Club IT Alicia Morris XBIS/219 Professor Richard Wallace University of Phoenix October 27, 2013 Club IT is a night club located in the downtown area of Atlanta, Georgia. The club is owned by Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys. The two of them had a dream of opening a night club and with the Business Administration Degrees it became possible. The two opened Club IT that occupies almost 6000 square feet of space with a 600 square feet dance floor and seating for 220 people. The club has tall

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    Club It

    Club IT Introduction Club IT is a Night Club that seems to be very popular all week long. This paper will discuss what Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada mission for the club is and what the club means to them. This paper will give a glance at how Club IT uses the IT department and how its information resources are managed. Also it will show the different strategies for competitive advantages which present cost leadership, differentiation, innovation, operational effectiveness, and customer orientation

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    Club It

    Club IT Shonti Lakes-Jackson BIS 219 June 14, 2010 Paul Schwartz Club IT Club IT is a club owned by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejeda. The club offers music, food, and dancing six nights a week. Starting a club seemed like a fun and exciting adventure to embark on, given the vast educational background and many years of experience Ruben and Lisa possess. Although the club is a hit with its current clientele, and the business end is going well, the owners believe that something is missing. Ruben

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    Club It

    Although Club IT has done an excellent job of beginning their journey in the information systems world, there remains plenty of room for improvement. Implementing a Joint Application Design (JAD) method in advancing their systems development would not only help to create a system that meets the needs of the Club IT staff, but also its clientele. If Club IT intends on gaining a competitive business advantage through active participation in e-commerce, they must take the appropriate steps to invest

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    Club It

    Club IT Introduction: Club IT is located in Atlanta, Ga. The club has been successful over the last few months. Ruben and Lisa want to meet with their intern to discuss the information systems that are currently used within the company.  Dance clubs, just like any other new businesses need to have informational technology resources to be an efficient, successful organization.   Specific strategies and business models are used to assist business owners in meeting their business needs, thus elevating

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    Breakfast Club Review

    “The Breakfast Club” Review Made by ivanbolt Teenage movie about mature problems. Saturday has always been the day of relaxation and having fun. But not for characters of “The Breakfast Club”, who ought to spend their day off to attend a Saturday detention for each of their mischief, and write an essay “Who you think you are?”. Along with the fact, that this group is so ill-assorted, you can’t even get how they all appeared to be in the same place, the Shermer High School library. This small

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    Breakfast Club

    Jack Fischer Comp 1 Jason Tillis April 19, 2013 Breakfast Club The plot follows five students at Shermer High School in Shermer, Illinois as they report for Saturday detention. (Fun fact about the high school where the movie was filmed, its called Maine North High School, it is a public four-year high school located in Northbrook, Illinois, that’s the high school my father attended for all four years of schooling). The five teens that show up for Saturday detention are all

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    Club It

    Club IT Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada manage and own a music place located downtown called Club IT. In 2005 Ruben and Lisa graduate from college and with Business Administration degrees and pursued their dream of opening a nightclub. During their college years, they worked as musicians; Lisa played jazz violin and Ruben played the drums. They both got to learn about nightclubs from their experience and they learned the business principle attending school. Club IT contains about 6,000 square feet of

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    Club It

     Our Mission for Club IT (from the owners)"We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT." CalendarMonth Featured Acts January Local bands February World DJs March NYC bands April Open Mike May Country June San Francisco bands July Alternative August R&B september Hip-hop October Latin November Jazz December Folk    CalendarMonth Featured

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    Club It

    retrieving information, storing and protecting information, and processing and transmitting the information. One business that uses an Information Department is Club IT. In this paper, we will discuss Club IT’s mission and primary clientele, information resources, and different strategies Club IT can use to better it’s business. The owners of Club IT are Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada whom both graduated in 2000 with degrees in Business Administration. In college Lisa played jazz violin and Ruben played

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    Club It

    Running Head: Club IT Part I Club IT Part I As the newest intern for Club IT, I have taken a look at the most recent issue’s that both Ruben and Lisa are having as owners of this new club. Being a new club, it is very important that there are strategies in place to stay competitive with the competing night clubs in the area. I very much do think that Ruben and Lisa can be competitive running Club IT. Having the knowledge of the services offered including hours of

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    Club It

    Club IT is a new, fun, and energetic nightclub which is owned by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada. While they earned their degrees in Business Administration, they decide to follow their dreams and open a nightclub. They recently remodeled the club, which has changed the atmosphere to reflect great energy. The 6,000 square feet has a dance floor, short order kitchen, and bar that offers a great place to dance, eat, drink, and just relax. Club IT also offers a wide variety of music. Club IT’s Mission

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    Club It

    The music club “Club IT” is run and owned by Lisa Tejada and Ruben keys. The club itself has just undergone a total renovation including high-energy lighting to improve the party atmosphere in the club. Club IT offers a large variety of different music, DJ’s, and live bands weekly. While the renovations went well the business in the club is increasing as well, which left the owners, pleased. Both Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys maintain the business records regarding the club itself, but fear the information

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    The Breakfast Club

    Compare and Contrast The Breakfast Club, a movie written and directed by John Hughes in the 1980’s based on five students who spend one Saturday morning, March 24, 1984, for eight hours of detention in the school’s library. In the beginning, they all appear to be diverse. Clair, the princess, wears the title of the most popular and high-class of all other girls at school. Allison’s, the basket case, attire consists of what a bag lady would wear. Andrew, the jock, dresses like an athlete;

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    Overview of Andy's Character in "Breakfast Club"

    Andrew, in my opinion is the “Fighter-Controller” of the group. On the outside Andrew appears to be a typical high school athlete. He does well in school and sports and is considered to be a high achiever. He portrays confidence and importance with his actions and words, often mentioning that he is popular and brags about his success as a wrestler. Andrew exhibited a tough and mean exterior. Driven by his father and coach to succeed and “not lose his ride”, (scholarship) he finds himself taking

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    Psych Analysis of "The Breakfast Club"

    “The Breakfast Club” The movie, “The Breakfast Club”, is a heartwarming story of 5 stereotypical teens that end up together for an entire day of Saturday detention. These students, the brain, the princess, the athlete, the criminal, and the basket case all come together and find friendships that they never knew could exist. In the beginning they all stayed to themselves because they thought they were all so different that they could never get along. Throughout the day, “the criminal” pushed everyone

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    The Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast Club In the movie The Breakfast Club it depicts the different types of social groups in high school by using five teenagers as the main characters. It explores the different pressures put on teenagers to fit in their groups, as well as the expectations from parents and authority figures. The five teenagers start to realize that although they all have different social groups they are more similar than different. The movie is based on five students stuck in detention together. The

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    Club It

    Club IT Introduction Club IT is an establishment that provides entertainment in the form of music. They have a band which plays on the weekends and a disc jockey who plays tunes from Tuesday through Thursday every week. Club IT plays a variety of sounds to include techno, hip-hop and some of the Top 40 songs. As with any establishment, the owners of Club IT want to see what they can do to continue to improve their services. Mission The mission for Club IT is to offer its customers with

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    Club It

    second edition, para. 1. Generally a small business like the size of Club IT would need to look at software applications, data storage capability and business IT consulting services in determining the viability of hiring a consulting IT department. Currently Club IT information resources include a small informational gateway from the Internet the worldwide communication network and Intranet a private network. In determining if Club IT should obtain an IT service provider if the role of such provider

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    Club It

    Club IT Club IT is an up-and-coming nightclub. The philosophy of the club is declared in the owners’ mission statement, “We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT" (About Club IT, 2008, para. 4). Club IT’s primary clientele are young, upwardly mobile adults. Club IT offers their clientele a place to enjoy themselves socially in an atmosphere designed

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    Breakfast Club

    Breakfast Club film contained a wide variety of behavior and stereotypes. Each person had their on personality and taste at the beginning of the film. I believe that communication played the biggest part in the movie. It shows the way that people from totally different backgrounds can communicate and even agree on issues. The various types of communication and behaviors within the film will be discussed. Key terms will be pointed out and highlighted, as well as described in relation to the examples

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    Club It

    Club IT, Technology Plan Club IT owned by Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys, is a new nightclub that has enjoyed considerable success during its short start up phase. It has established a strong customer base and has expanded it during the recent months. It is a popular hot spot everyday of evening of the week. Customers count for the atmosphere, food, and drink. The owners have recently renovated the building and are now looking to expand their operations through the technology department. They will

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    Club It

    Club IT Tim Murphy BIS/219 March 1 2011 Victor Carneiro Club It is a downtown music venue owned and managed by Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys. They both have degrees in Business Administration. In 2005, Lisa and Ruben decided to follow their hart and goal to open a nightclub call, Club IT. They have live bands on Fridays and Saturdays and have a live DJ on Tuesdays through Thursdays. Their mission is "We, Lisa and Ruben, offer you music live and DJ's, dance space and refreshments

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    Club It

    Club IT, Part One Daniel Rudin, LaTarcha Bush, Damion Robinson, Nakita Volcy BIS/219 August 2, 2010 Kathleen Clark Club IT, Part One Club IT has such an important mission in every corporation. It is always important that the IT department is always available in case any issue occurs. Club IT has a big clientele and to keep the company growing it is important to keep all the clientele satisfied. Club IT uses information resources that include intranet resources, which is very vital to enhance

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    Club It

    is a new nightclub targeting the 21 to 35 year old market and by two young entrepreneurs. The Club recently opened with high hopes and after careful review of the current state of the business, three areas show immediate need for improvement. Oversupply of certain liquors cause higher expenses in the bar while an undersupply of other popular alcoholic drinks cause a customer service problem. It has been reported to management that customers have complained that some of their favorite drinks are

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    Club It

    managers of Club IT. Ruben and Lisa graduated in 2000 with degrees in Business Administration and were fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to open a night club, a dream the two of them shared. In an effort to support themselves in college Ruben played the drums and Lisa played jazz violin. In working as musicians, they were able to pick up much about night club operations as well as the knowledge of business principles they were able to absorb from college. Overjoyed by the turn out of Club IT’s

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    Club It

    Club IT Eugina Hoyle BIS/219 April 10, 2011 Holger Brink Club IT Club IT is a music venue located downtown. It is owned and managed by Reuben Keys and Lisa Tejada. After remolding their club they realize that the information management could use some improvement. As a result they hire me as an intern to do an analysis of the things they need to make this happen. The mission of Club It from the owners is to “Offer live music, DJ’s, dance space and refreshments that suit

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    Club It

    Club IT Recommendations Club IT is a 6000 sq. foot nightclub which looks to build a clientele base of close regular customers who share a love of music and enjoy watching it live while enjoying drinks with friends. Club IT’s customers are mostly Net Generation and Millennials. They regularly use mobile technologies such as Blackberries, PDAs, camera phones, and other wireless communication devices. Online shopping is a regular part of their lives. The owners, Lisa and Ruben, have a clear mission

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    Club It

    Club IT: Part One XBIS/219 Ashley Wheeler Katherine Escobar March 4, 2012 Club IT is a nightclub that is owned and managed by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada. Working as musicians throughout college, both Ruben and Lisa had a comprehensive knowledge of the inner workings of clubs. The pair graduated with degrees in Business Administration and partnered up to open Club IT. The nightclub has undergone extensive remodeling which alluded customers to an atmosphere that is both dynamic and entertaining

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    Club It

    Club IT which is owned and operated by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada, the club is doing well but need help with some strategic objections. They both graduated with degrees in Business Administration in 2000, and decided to follow their dream to open a nightclub. Club IT is a new hot spot for both young adults, and middle age to enjoy fine dining and good music. It is located downtown’s Chicago, IL. Club IT is one of the hottest new clubs to hit the Chicago area. Ruben and Lisa has put a lot of time

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    The Breakfast Club

    Film Analysis Paper: The Breakfast Club “To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others”. -Anthony Robbins All living beings are, in one way or another, drawn towards each other. We, as humans, strive to “communicate” with individuals who are in our environment. Communication is literally defined as: “the sending and receiving of verbal and nonverbal messages

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    Club It

    Club IT is a new nightclub venue founded by musicians Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada, whom both graduated with degrees in Business Administration. Offering live music and DJs, Ruben and Lisa’s mission is to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT. The 6,000 square feet club has been remodeled to provide a high energy and fun atmosphere with a 600 square foot dance floor, seating for 220, a kitchen for appetizers and short order, and a bar for alcoholic drinks. For music, they hire live bands

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    Club It

    Running head: CLUB IT University of Phoenix Club IT There are many clubs throughout America, especially, in San Diego, California. Although clubs come and go, there are only a few that are successful and are able to keep clienteles returning. One may ask? How did these clubs become successful? What were the things that these clubs did that is different? In order to understand how these clubs become successful, one must understand the importance of their mission statement, their clienteles

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    Club It

    Club IT Part 2 4.29.12 XBIS/219 Club IT owned by two college friends, Rueben and Lisa have just remodeled their club, which is quickly growing. The club has just gone through an extensive remodel to enhance the look of the club. Since the cosmetic work on the club has been upgraded so to speak, it is now time for an upgrade to their information technology system. In this paper you will see suggestions on how the simplest updates to there technology system can improve the longevity of their

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    Breakfast Club

    The Breakfast ClubFive teenagers who don't' know each other spend a Saturday in detention at the suburban school library. At first they squirm, fret and pick on each other. Then after sampling some marijuana, a real encounter session gets underway. The stresses and strains of adolescence have turned their inner lives into a minefield of disappointment, anger and despair. The catalyst of the group is Bender (Judd Nelson), a rebellious working-class punk who seethes with rage and attacks his peers

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