• The Gravity Bong Bottle Water Bowl
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    The Gravity Bong was introduced to the gravity bong by a friend. He told me the full name as described to him was the 'Afghanistan Gravity Bong'. We were sitting around one night and decided to try one out. While I could go into detail concerning the mechanics of the bong " so peration, I don't think that is really necessary. The reason it is called a'gravity bong' and not something else is this is what someone called it, that is how they described it to their friends, and now it is an accepted ...
  • Feeding The Dogs Back Dog Bowls
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    At 8: 00 AM each morning, my alarm clock sounds. This is my signal to wake up and begin the morning rituals. Rituals such as making the bed, cooking breakfast, or bathing my son can be done in any order that pleases me. On the other hand, the dogs must always be fed first. If I don't feed the dogs first, they will begin barking and scratching on the back door in disapproval as soon as they hear sounds of life inside the house. So when the alarm clock sounds, I get out of bed and feed those starv...
  • Super Bowl Game Eagles Patriots
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    Pats vs. Eagles Through the 2004-05 National Football League season, there was a lot of speculation about who would win the Super Bowl, just like every other year. As the regular season ended, it came down to just twelve teams, then eight, then four, then just two. Two teams who have worked very hard to represent their separate leagues, and the game they shared was a great one. Although the Philadelphia Eagles played a very good game and were able to put up 21 points, the 24 points by the New En...
  • At Last An Answer To College Football S Problem
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    At Last an Answer to College Football s Problem. You do not invent a game without a means of determining a winner. You do not form a league without a plan for determining a champion. These are just a couple of basic sport concepts. For example, baseball came up with the World Series, and pro football gave us the Super Bowl. As for college football, it decided on, well, does anybody know Somebody, anybody I say that you would be able to buy a nuclear bomb at King Sooners before the NCAA approves...
  • Public Relations Volvo Case Study
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    "Best Drive in the Game" In 1996, Volvo Trucks North America confirmed its worst appearance in the company's 17-year history. Volvo market share had dropped from 11. 1 percent in 1995 to 9. 1 percent in 1996, and by the end of the year Volvo trucks were ranked sixth among eight. In order to prove the Volvo truck was the best choice for professional truckers, Volvo made the perfect decision to reach its targeted audience. Research of the day-to-day lives of truckers proved a common interest-Supe...
  • The Dust Bowl Worster Land Plains
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    The Dust Bowl was "the darkest moment in the twentieth-century life of the southern plains," (pg. 4) as described by Donald Worster in his book "The Dust Bowl." It was a time of drought, famine, and poverty that existed in the 1930's. It's cause, as Worster presents in a very thorough manner, was a chain of events that was perpetuated by the basic capitalistic society's "need" for expansion and consumption. Considered by some as one of the worst ecological catastrophes in the history of man, Wor...
  • Dust Bowl Soil Farmers Great
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    The Dust bowl of America in the 1930 the Dust Bowl of North America refers to a catastrophe in the early 1930's when vast areas of the Midwestern and Western farm lands of America became wastelands. This occurred due to a series of dry years which coincided with the extension of agriculture in unsuitable lands. Droughts and dust storms caused by poor tillage practices devastated farms and ranches of the Great Plains; therefore, causing a great exodus of its inhabitants to other, more fertile, la...
  • Advertising And The Super Bowl
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    Every year, millions of viewers from around the world tune in to watch one of the most exhilarating events in sports unfold -- the Super Bowl. The one-game, winner-take-all contest for supremacy in the National Football League has grown into more than just a football game opposing the best teams of the NFL. It has become the premier event for new television advertising. With half of the ten, all-time most watched television events having been Super Bowls; networks are able to sell precious secon...
  • The Empty Bowl On Janus
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    The Empty Bowl on "Janus" In "Janus" Ann Beattie starts out by describing a certain bowl. The entire essay describes this bowl in many different situations and from different points of view. After reading the story one might think the bowl symbolizes herself or changes in her life or even the way she looks at herself. However unconventional it may seem, a deeper analysis of the story pointed me in the direction of seeing the bowl as a symbol of her love. Initially the bowl is perfect, as any ne...
  • The Gravity Bong Bottle Water Bowl
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    The Gravity Bong I was introduced to the gravity bong by a friend. He told me the full name as described to him was the "Afghanistan Gravity Bong." We were sitting around one night and decided to try one out. While I could go into detail concerning the mechanics of the bong's operation, I don't think that is really necessary. The reason it is called a "gravity bong" and not something else is this is what someone called it, that is how they described it to their friends, and now it is an accepted...
  • Clean Your Throne Cleaned Up To Five Hundred Bathroom
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    CLEANING YOUR THRONE This past summer I worked as a custodian in a manufacturing plant. Part of my job was cleaning bathrooms. I estimate throughout the summer I cleaned up to five hundred bathrooms. I consider myself an expert on the subject. Using my process for cleaning bathrooms, an immaculate bathroom is achievable. The initial step in the process is to gather all the necessary cleaning supplies: mop and bucket, glass cleaner, floor soap, toilet bowl cleaner, toilet brush, paper towel, a sp...
  • Bowl Championship Series Dufrense Team State
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    The biggest topic around college football today is the very controversial and complicated Bowl Championship Series or B. C. S. Equations used in the Bowl Championship Series will determine teams fates throughout the entire 1998-99 college football season. Some people feel a playoff should be in order or college football should go back to its old Bowl Alliance system. To better understand this situation you must dig deep into what the Bowl Championship Series is and how the teams that will parti...
  • Media Analysis Super Bowl
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    The United States of America advanced a sporting event into worldwide media frenzy. On January 26, 2003 individuals worldwide received information and entertainment for Super Bowl XXXVII. The setting was Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego; the teams playing are insignificant to the true capital venture of the game. From Super Bowl I to Super Bowl XXXVII the actual victor of the game has been lost in the sea of media that surrounds the venue. Super Bowl XXXVII saw every form of mediation used to attr...
  • The Dust Bowl Odyssey
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    Dust Bowl Odyssey The Dust Bowl Odyssey begins with an excerpt from the famous novel The Grapes of Wrath written by John Steinbeck. The novel told the story of the Joad family during the depression era and their journey from Oklahoma to California in hopes of getting their lives back on track. The book, which was written in 1939, was Steinbeck attempt to not only describe the plight of migrant farm workers during the Depression but to also offer sharp criticism of the polities that has caused th...
  • Symbols In Janus Bowl Andrea Lover
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    The bowl in "Janus" symbolizes many thoughts and feelings that Andrea has about her life. The bowl seems to be the main character in some senses in this story. The reader is told in the opening sentence "The bowl was perfect" (205). This is a good beginning to the story because Andrea believes this to be true because it represents feelings she has about many things. Andrea, a real estate agent, uses her bowl to help sell houses by placing it on a table for potential buyers to look at. She believ...
  • Thanksgiving Week Things Day
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    Thanksgiving break from school allowed me to do things I have not been able to do since the semester started and also prepare for the holiday. I was doing all the things I have neglected around the house such as: ironing, gardening, cooking, vacuuming, and organizing. During that week I went shopping for the groceries that I needed to prepare the big meal for the holiday. On Wednesday, November 21 st I spent the whole day peeling potatoes, preparing salads, slicing apples, chopping celery, and d...
  • The Best Meal You Have Eaten
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    Lunch was in the modest setting of Japanese fast food restaurant, Yoshino ya. Its walls were barely adorned save for an ad or two and our sole luxury was the air-conditioner. After much contemplation, I eventually procured a very satisfying set meal for merely $3. There it was: a generous portion of rice tastefully adorned with delicately sliced strips of beef. The rice scintillated slightly even under the lights while the tempting aroma pervaded my immediate surroundings. I gingerly cut off a ...
  • Culture In The 1930's
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    American Culture in the 1930's American culture in this decade was faced with many challenges. Americans had the Great depression, the Dust Bowl, Coal mining, and crime to overcome without losing what little they owned and worked for in their lives. The depression was the worst thing people experienced. During the Great Depression there was no money to buy food or pay people to work. Most workers of any kind were laid off because the business owners were out of money. The depression caused farme...
  • Solar Power Water Sun Bowl
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    Introduction Sun The heat of the sun is about equivalent to burning a billion trillion tons of coal an hour. Even though only a small fraction of that heat ever reaches the earth it is still more then enough to power the whole world. People seemed to realize the importance of the sun around 30, 000 BC. This was when people first started planting crops of wheat. They realized plants did better when planted in the sun over the shade. This caused them to worship the sun as a God. Many cultures bui...
  • Super Bowl Television Networks Football
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    This was war! Since its inception seven years earlier, the upstart American Football League (AFL) had fought the National Football League (NFL) for players, fans, television revenues, and respect. The successful new league had won everything except, respect. On January 15, 1967 the first World Championship game against the AFL and the NFL took place. The powerhouse NFL champions the Green Bay Packers against the AFL champion the Kansas City Chiefs. What ended in a 35 to 10 loss to the NFL, the A...