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    previous blog. However, my slothful ways have caught up to me and I need to complete this blog that’s become a few weeks overdue for the Minnesota State Fair. Although, I enjoyed my time at the Minnesota State Fair, although being worn down and tired of hordes of people, I decided not to travel to the Renaissance Fair the following day. However, The Minnesota State Fair was delightful and was able to partake in the music, the culture, and the delicious food. Although my dental regimen was not on par for

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    A Day At the Fair - Personal Narrative It is Thursday, August 24th, the opening day of the Minnesota State Fair. I am here with my family, a friend and his mom, and one of my sister’s friends. It seems so long since last year’s fair. I always look forward to the state fair, even though it’s pretty much the same every year. We park at the same man’s house every year. His house is right behind the mini-donut stand on midway parkway, across the street from the main gate. As we pull into his

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    As enriching as the fair is for me, helping me to grow in my faith and sociability, it is also where I make most of my income for the year, as I do not hold a steady job during the school year. So, when the dates for the fair and for ASP clashed during my sophomore summer, I had a difficult decision to make. Would I choose to support my empty bank account for the next year by working at the fair, or would I choose to help those with no bank account at all

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    Just Over an Hour Away The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is booming with life! With its convention center, night life noise, busy highways, advertised attractions, and sports related events, the city life expectations satisfy both visitors and residents. It is typical to assume that the high-end activities and busy night life attract political feuds and noise because they are located in the city. Nonetheless, this is not the case for some of Central Minnesota’s rural life found in places such as

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    and I recently visited the State Fair of Texas. It is the biggest Fair in Texas that comes to Dallas every fall. I haven’t been since I was very young. The State Fair has so much to do and see. And one of the biggest attractions is the food that they offer. It is especially known for the famous fletcher corndogs! The first thing we did was found big Tex. Big Tex is a great known history of the state fair. He wears a size 70 boots

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    Parts Unknown: IOWA Mara Anderson If Anthony Bourdain was to visit Iowa, I would take him to a number of places that represent our culture and way of life. We would visit the Iowa State fair, Lake Okoboji, The Tulip Time Festival, The National Balloon Classic, and the Grotto of the Redemption. The State Fair shows off the large agriculture side of Iowa. Okoboji is a place many Iowans go to enjoy the water and family time. Tulip Time is a big tradition in southern Iowa that happens every year and

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    Tina Liebling Case Study

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    Biographies Tina Liebling is a major candidate for Minnesota governor. She is a Minnesotan native from a large family of 5, where she is the second oldest. She grew up in Minnesota tell she moved to Massachusetts with her father after her parents’ divorce. However, she quickly returned to Minnesota for college, where she attended the University of Minnesota. Due to her low financial support Tina took on 3 jobs. Although Tina graduated from Minnesota with a B.A in Spanish her educational career did

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    Governor Dayton has created new act to help Minnesota school with a very important topic Bullying. The new Safe and Supportive Schools Act provides educators, parents and students with tools and resources they need, like bulling prevention and intervention. It will also help lower absences, suspensions and drop out rates because the schools will now how to handle bullying and kids have a place to go and be safe. The bill includes a clear definition of bullying and intimidation so its easier for schools

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    and very scary for the whole family. the reason they moved was because her dad wanted to farm on his own instead of farming with his dad and brother (Peter Leuer and Edward Leuer). The land was cheaper in Minnesota and they would make more money Farming there. Once they arrived in Austin Minnesota she attended Queen of Angels Middle School. after Middle School she attended Austin pacelli High School. for her Elementary years she went to kaneville Illinois Elementary. she got her first job as a junior

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    court-ordered child support payments. If the person reviewing the child support requests a court hearing because of your nonpayment and the judge finds that you could have paid child support, but didn’t the court could order jail time. In certain states a court can order you to make periodic payments on a debt. Refusing to pay income tax Refusing to pay income taxes is a crime. If you are prosecuted and convicted, you could go to jail.

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    and more voters are staying home and staying silent on Election Day. In 2012, 76 percent of Minnesota residents who were able to vote participated in the presidential election. While this is a fair number of voters, the disappointing fact is that Minnesota had the best voter turnout in the entire country! Unfortunately, only five or six voters out of every ten showed up at the polls in many other states. Clearly, many citizens are choosing not to vote. Now, some may forget to vote. Others may be

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    Organic Coffee

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    Organic Coffee SAFARI PLANET COFFEE(S.P.C.) The best Minnesota organic Coffee Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary ………………………………………………3 2. Introduction………………………………………………………..4 3. Business Description ……………………………………………...5 4. Management and Processes…………………...…………………..7 5. Research, Marketing and Company Plan.……………………7 6. Financial Projections...………………………………………….9 7. Reference………………………………………………………11 8. Appendix…………………………………………………..12 1. Executive

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    Sen. Al Franken (Dem. Minnesota) By Max Wexler Biography: Al Franken grew up in the middle class neighborhood of St. Louis Park, Minnesota where he inhabited a small two bedroom home with his mom, dad, and brother. From the very start Al’s parents worked to make sure that he and his brother received the best education possible. Thanks to their determination Franken ended up attending harvard. It was there that he met his wife Frannie. After graduating, he teamed up with his friend Tom Davis to become

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    Esherichia Coli

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    Six E. coli O157 outbreaks were identified during 2007. Four of the outbreaks involved foodborne transmission. (Eshericha Coli). Six Minnesota cases and one Wisconsin case with the same or closely-related PFGE subtype of E. coli O157:H7, and an additional Minnesota case of Shiga-toxin producing E. coli that was not culture-confirmed, attended the Minnesota State Fair in August. All but one of the cases showed cattle or visited the cattle barn.(Esherisha Coli) One outbreak involved contact with animals

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    Judicial Impartiality in the United States

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    the question arises on whether or not Justice Benjamin failed to recues himself due to the fact that the defendant in the case donated $3 million dollars to his campaign. According to the highest court in the land, the Supreme Court of the United States, he in fact did fail to recues himself. Justices Anthony M. Kennedy wrote the opinion for the majority and was joined by Supreme Court Justices John Paul Stevens, David H. Souter, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Stephen G. Breyer. The majority rule stated

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    Larry David's The Baptism

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    Created and produced by Larry David, a famed Jewish comedian and actor who throughout his career has highlighted classic Jewish traditions through much of his work. Writings such as How This Night is Different by Elisa Albert and Through Morocco to Minnesota by Henry Lliowizi also highlight, and support the unity of Jews through social experiences and feelings since their

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    Church

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    server for Mass. Also, mainly during the summer have I play piano or accompanied another musician for the Mass. Recently I am now signed up to be a lector for church. In multiple outside church activities have I helped, for example, the Sacred Heart Fun Fair. Many times I help with the games, while other times I am in the kitchen helping bus tables. Also, I have participated in many parish activities around our community like bingo, stations of the cross and the spaghetti supper. In these activities I

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    Minnesota Supreme Court The Minnesota Supreme Court plays a vital role in the governmental structure of the state of Minnesota. Under the Supreme Court’s guidance and supervision, the judiciary maintains checks and balances with the other two branches of the government: the legislative branch, consisting of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and the executive branch, led by the Governor. Not only does the Supreme Court serve as the final guardian of the state constitution, its functions

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    Christopher Hawk Professor Brownson Writing 101 17 March 2018 Electoral Vote or Electoral Joke? In the United States of America, the Electoral College has the responsibility of electing the President of the United States to be. This system was established in the constitution by the Founding Fathers in 1787. This system forms the very beginning and basis of the United States' national elections and is; therefore, important to this country's history and origins. It is made up of 538 members and a

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    Minimum Wage Poverty

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    “human case” for raising the minimum wage, which goes on to state, that no matter what people do or regardless of their education, people deserve food, adequate

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