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Sea Street Culture

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S: Mr. Mclaughlin 2A December 13th, 2011

BC: The End!!! | Pictures from: Google Images

FC: Sea Street Photo Book | By: Jordyn Taylor and Jared LeBrun

1: History | Sea Street was founded by people that loved the ocean and wanted their own place to live by their beliefs. After searching for the perfect piece of land to settle on for day, they finally found it. There was a perfect mild climate and you could hear the waves crashing not too far away. They named it Sea Street because there is only one main street that everything is built on. This was because there were only a few people when it was founded, therefore they didn't need a lot of space.Now it has grown into a marvelous theme park, so there are branches that come off the main street and lead to other places, such as the large outdoor seater and fishy restaurants. Things such as religion, social interaction, and architecture has also evolved into their own style the mimics the ocean and the emotions associated with it. All the people are very go-with-the-flow type of people, therefore creating a pleasant environment.

2: Language | The language is English, but with a dolphin dialect. After each word or phrase, there is a dolphin whistle or click sound. | http://soundjax.com/dolphin_sounds-1.html

3: Religion | King Neptune is our God. | Our religion is called Seagion.

4: Social Interaction | The main feature is the "fin slap" to greet people. It is basically the slapping of one's elbows with someone else.

5: Architecture | It is contemporary post-modern. Our designs mirror that of the ocean. | The buildings are mainly made of glass.

6: Art | There are beautiful coral sculptures in front of buildings. | Swimming and other water sports are popular. | Women wear jewelry made of sea shells.

7: Film and TV | The TV shows and movies all have to do with the sea. | There are only large out door theaters. | Movies like the Titanic. | Movies like Finding Nemo. | TV shows like Sponge Bob.

8: Food | There is only sea food, and it is very salty. | You are not allowed to eat with utensils, only with hands.

9: Clothing | The clothing is mostly Hawaiian, with blue and green colors to match the ocean.

10: Music | The music is relaxing like the ocean. | It makes you feel like you are on vacation with a island vibe. | The instruments are made out of tropical plants.

11: Folklore | Stories about mermaids are used to entertain. | Stories about the Sea Serpent are for providing a lesson to not wonder into the sea at night.

12: Land Use | Fishing | Transportation | Tourist purposes

13: Map

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