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  • Obtaining the Shiny Pokemon

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    Shiny Pokémon are very rare, even in the terms of how often Pokémon are in the games. Statistically, the chance for a different colored Trophy Pokémon is about 1/4096, but that probability can be increased. There are three main ways to increase your chances of getting this prize, and they are actually not that difficult. One way is to use a Pokéradar, and encounter the same Pokémon over and over until it is a Shiny. Another way is using a new mechanic in the game, called Chain Fishing. This uses

  • The Path To Success

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    later in life. If one dedicates his or her life to working hard and practice, life is bound to reward that person. Ragged Dick is a perfect example of how life repaid a man who worked his hardest his entire life. An opportunity came along by chance where a young boy fell over the railing of a boat and Ragged Dick was the one to save him. Not knowing that this young boy was the son of a very wealthy Mr. Rockwell, he saved this boy because it was the right thing to do. There was an offer put

  • Everyone Should Go to the County Fair!

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    Everyone Should Go to the County Fair! If you've been to the County Fair before, there's no reason for you to keep reading this. You already know how much fun it is. You don't need to be convinced. You're already going back. You can stop reading right now, go buy your pre-sale tickets, and get the car packed up and ready to go. But you, yes, you, what's your excuse for not having been to the past 156 County Fairs? Oh, "I wasn't born 156 years ago," you say? That's no excuse. You're just

  • Hughesville

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    Hughesville While growing up in Ithaca, New York, visits to my father’s boyhood home, Hughesville, a town set in a valley among the Appalachian Mountains in northern Pennsylvania, were common. My aunt continues to live in the 1948 home her grandfather built. Pleasant memories take me back to this borough of about 2000 people, 60 miles south of the New York border. Small settlements in Pennsylvania are politically classified as boroughs or townships. Although a borough generally looks more urban

  • Youtube's Appeal Process

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    is certainly one of the best options for getting your videos seen and appreciated, but there's the looming chance that your video may be taken down by Youtube for various reasons. If you'd like your video back up and don't believe you have done anything wrong, your best chance to get the removal overturned is with a dispute or appeal. After a video has been removed, the uploader has the chance to get the video back up by providing Youtube's staff with reasons why the video follows both terms of service

  • Taking a Look at Fair Trade

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    The open markets are filled with competitors trying to trade and sell their goods and services. Fair Trade laws are enacted to provide an equal opportunity in the marketplace for developing countries and small producers of goods. To protect their financial economies, .governments intervene by placing huge taxes and quotas on exports, to restricting producers who try to flood the markets with their products. This intervention also helps those producers who are facing unfair trading practices. Companies

  • Behind the Scenes: Fair Trade

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    Fair Trade: The Social Movement Fair trade is social justice movement that began in 1950s. It is “a trading partnership, based on dialogue, transparency and respect, that seeks greater equity in international trade.” (Smith.) Organizations that participate in fair trade work to support producers, raise awareness, and campaign for change in regulations and practice in international trade. In other words, they help those workers that in unjust positions similar to those of the coffee farmers. However

  • Machinery Hall, Centennial Exposition 1876, Philadelphia

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    successful World's Fair. The fair celebrated the one hundred year anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and America's start as a sovereign nation. It was at the Centennial Fair that Americans were given a chance to display their knowledge and power in the growing industrialized world. Long gone were the days of single-structure exhibitions. The Philadelphia organizers peppered Fairmont Park with exhibition buildings and attractions, giving visitors much to look at. At the fair the United States

  • Taking a Look at Plagiarism and Ethics

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    Plagiarism and Ethics What is Plagiarism? Plagiarism is taking someone else’s work or ideas and making them pass as your own. For example, when copying and pasting others articles, quotes, work that you have found on the internet for homework, projects, any of that sort that is plagiarizing since you did not put in any of your own words or work in writing. That also doesn’t mean you can just copy and paste and make edits to it to make it look different or as your own because you’re technically still

  • Evolving Trade Policy: The Benefits of 'Fair Trade' Over 'Free Trade'

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    is ‘Free Trade’ which tends to leave the larger, wealthier counties with the most benefits while the developing countries are struggling to compete due to the lack of materials and workspace. Gradually withdrawing from Free Trade and expanding the Fair Trade movement that has sparked up would ultimately provide all people with equal advantages. This policy would put workers and the environment first and would be focused on dealing with some of the main disadvantages that result from Free Trade. Essential