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    Popcorn Conflict

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    a trivial matter, Yet in the moment the outcome was trivial do I buy orville redenbacher's original movie theatre popcorn? you know the one in the red box, or do I go with the healthy reduced fat 150 calorie per box version of the same product in the green box? The conflict that I faced was not one between two people rather it lay within my soul between myself and my choice of popcorn flavor. In life we all come face to face with these internal conflicts, Many times we play these off as stupid little

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    Jumbled Popcorn

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    Jumbled Popcorn In writing a paper I often start out full of ideas and methods of analysis about the topic or issue at hand. However, I find it tedious to have to connect those ideas; yet, I want my paper to be cohesive and organized. My rough draft paper often seems as if someone crumpled it up and threw it in a blender. I always know what I want to say and feel that I have a good development of ideas, but often struggle in drawing out my main points. The paper that I am revising is my analysis

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    Introduction: Harvey Wallbanger, president of Harvey Wallbanger Popcorn, entered the popcorn market in 1972. He is considered to be the person most responsible for creating a gourmet popcorn market in the United States. His claim to fame is that his corn is lighter, fluffier, “tenderer”, and bigger than ordinary popcorn. He also boasts that his popcorn has fewer hard, unpopped kernels than competitive products. Harvey’s company sells popcorn to several markets in the United States: 1. Unpopped corn sold

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    Brazil Indiana. One of the most inspirational things about Orville’s success story is how he grew his company from selling popcorn kernels out of the back of his car to a multimillion dollar household name. Orville was born on a farm in Brazil Indiana in 1907; growing up, Orville was active in the local 4H chapter. At the young age of 12 Orville followed his passion of popcorn and started selling popping corn he grew himself. This became his business which paid for his college. Orville Redenbacher

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    Lost at the Movies

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    inaccurate and do little to show the outstanding qualities of the present American movie theatres. Bryson does have a point in the fact movies are over priced. This is why movie stars make the money they do. At around seven dollars a ticket and popcorn a drink bumping the tab up to nearly fifteen or twenty dollars, it can get expansive. Most want to see the new movies during matte and pay outrageous money. The best times to go are during the day or whenever nobody really goes to the movies. They

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    lot, but taking a bite into the corn was a sensation. While watching the movie I got hungry again ,and went to the concessions to order a drink and popcorn.

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    not think homelessness is a problem, but the homeless people, mostly unseen, exist in ever-increasing numbers. The homeless are like a bowl of popcorn; an uncooked kernel of popcorn goes unnoticed until you bite down on it. Just like the homeless are not thought about until they are seen, when you get to the bottom of the bowl of popcorn, there are a handful of uncooked kernels. Think about last January when the temperatures dipped into the teens; the eleven o'clock news mentioned that

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    Economic Trade-off Analysis of Cracker Jack When I was little, Cracker Jack came in cardboard boxes, and the prize inside was often pretty cool: a whistle or a ring, or some similar gadget. This was also in the days when Oscar Mayer gave away tiny hot-dog-shaped whistles as promotional items. In those days, whistles were pretty popular. Slide whistles were a very common favor at birthday parties. I remember an older cousin came back from the army once, and he had a really cool whistle

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    I had to pay approximately thirty dollars. Which sounds like a waste of time and money if you ask me. Now, don’t forget all the noise makers. You know, the people that feel the need to talk throughout the entire movie. Or the ones that chew there popcorn and candy as if they grew up on a farm, and learned how to chew from the cows. Don’t forget the children that haven’t learned the patience to sit through a movie and want to run and scream up and down the aisles of the theater. No thank you, I would

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    Hello there reader. I’m guessing you don’t know who I am, so I’m going to tell you. I am Holden Caulfield, a 20-year-old bumming their way through life and living in their parent’s home. When I say home, I mean an apartment building. We’re apartment 66 on the sixth floor. Oh did I mention that I got the axe from multiple schools. I did, I really did. Anyhow, now I live in New York which is a gorgeous place for bums like me. I used to go to Pencey Prep, an all-boys prep-school, and I had the time

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