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Sadie Leona Berger
United States
I'm Sadie from the UP of MI. I live in Marinette, WI with my boyfriend and our two cats Leia and Zelda (I didn't name them!). I am attending UWM to get my associates degree while working as a writing tutor before transferring to UWGB to start my career in English and Holocaust history. I love country and eighties music!

Current Residence: The U.P. (that's Upper Michigan - NOT the "mitten" part, idiots (x) )
Favourite genre of music: Anything from the 50s to 80s and some of the new
Operating System: HP Pavillion Ent. PC notebook -hugs laptop-
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Shell of choice: Sea Shells are brilliant
Favourite cartoon character: the whole Zits strip . . .
  • Listening to: Lady A
  • Drinking: Dr. Peppah makes the world taste bettah
Country music and is the bomb.


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IronZeppelinPro Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks a ton for the fave!
AnimeFreak40K Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for stopping by and for the fave :iconlunahuzzahplz:
SektorHP Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Thanks for the fav! :iconmelonplz:
ah-Grasshopper Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
Hello, many thanks for adding my owl cake to your owl collection :)
Schokoladentorte Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010
Atheist-Bacon Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010  Student Digital Artist
WOOPS = P there
Atheist-Bacon Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010  Student Digital Artist
AHHHH!! Its sadie-leona! RUNNN!!! LOL!
And um =ParanoiaAmplifiers, screw off, get over it, and its what she wants to do and if it's NOT GOING TO EFFECT YOU AT THE END OF THE WORLD who cares!!!! MOVE ON WITH YOU LIFE, PLEASE AND THANK YOU!
Atheist-Bacon Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Student Digital Artist
And just b/c you listen to Rammstein doesnt make you a goddamn nazi, OKAIS! MUCH APPERCIATED.
ParanoiaAmplifiers Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2010
Just curious but...

Is Holocaust history an actual major? I'm still in hs so I wouldn't know. I was just shocked that that would still be a whole <major>.
You do realize that you won't make much money off that? If you go to apply for a job, the only thing you score by majoring in Holocaust History is if a Jew is owning the business (which is common), or in which case the whole world needs to rewrite more interesting things (probably propaganda) about the Holocaust since it seems it's been known about for what, 70, 80 years?

I'm just curious, and heavily biased.

Also thanks for joining 8NS8 :D
sadie-leona Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2010
Yes it is a major. It is specializing in Holocaust history, so I would know more than the average person on the Holocaust. Dates, details, what went down where, who wore what in what part of Europe, etc. Most people wouldn't know the specifics of what happened where, only the major points. It is breaking down the whole situation and ANALYZING it. Ever watch a documentary about the Holocaust? Those people talking about it who weren't there or who aren't relation of them are Holocaust historians (or WWII historians or Jewish religion historians, list goes on). With it, and depending what major you couple it with, you could edit Holocaust fiction, be a consultant on movies/documentaries, teach it (in bigger universities there are classes dedicated just to it). Within Holocaust history you also learn the history of the Jewish religion and most often the state of Europe in the early 1900s to current, so a Holocaust historian is more than likely able to teach/be an authoritative figure on Jewish religion, European history, WWII history, etc. The branches from it are endless.

Depending on where you end up, you would actually make quite a lot of money from being a Holocaust historian. It is a growing market. Even if I didn't, I am not the kind of person that has to have the next biggest thing. I don't strive for monetary gain. I grew up in poor-people country -- I am used to and can get by quite well with below-average living situations, vehicles, and things.
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