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    The U.S. had major problems in the 1930’s and 40’s.Weather is what caused the dust bowl. Farmers had major struggles from the dry weather and dust storms.“Farmers and landholders in the Great Plains had to migrate in the 1930s during a period of drought, irregular rain, and erosion.”"Sander"All farming was ruined because of the weather farmers couldn't grow crops and the topsoil was ruined.They moved west to California where conditions would be better and tried to restart there.Weather was so…

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    What Caused the Dust Bowl? In the 1930’s, there was a horrific time in U.S. history that left a part of the U.S. in the dust. The Southern Plains area of the United States from Texas to Oklahoma panhandle was the hardest hit of the Dust Bowl. A few years passed, then the country was hit with the Depression. This was very difficult for the farmers in the Southern Plains of the United States, because they were hit the worst. With hardly any precipitation it was difficult to get the crops to…

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    This year the the super bowl commercials I thought were very unique and different than previous years. For example, in the past years most commercials were very American oriented with a lot of classic american images being broadcasted. This year commercials ranged from being very American to unique and different. In a very broad sense, the target audience was 25-35 year old men and families throughout America. The commercials were a lot for beer, insurance, skittles and food/drinks which are all…

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    of these controversies come to the forefront of media outlets around the time of the Super Bowl. Advertisements that air during the Super Bowl have been associated with many of these Super Bowl related controversies. Many companies have even been known to produce advertisements specifically for the reason of creating a situation in which their ads will disrupt the normal family oriented flow of the Super Bowl. The choice and responsibility of either rejecting or accepting these ads can be a…

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    Of all the 2016 Super Bowl commercials, the commercial I have concluded the most effective is the Hyundai commercial with Kevin Hart. However, effective is a subjective word in this case, but the criteria used in my perspective of it is that the commercial created a connection with the viewer, was able to be memorable, and set itself apart as more than “just a product”. Through a mix of storytelling, playfulness, and outrageous acts; Hyundai was able to achieve and surpass those criteria. The…

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    The 50th Annual Super Bowl that aired on Sunday, February 7, 2016, had a great amount of commercials that were created exceptionally well for the audience. Although there were many incredible commercials, one of the commercials stood out to me the most amongst the rest. Many companies use the Super Bowl commercial spots to advertise their products, although, one commercial conveyed a meaningful message regarding domestic violence, from the NO MORE Campaign. NO MORE has been known in the past to…

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    The Dust Bowl was a period of severe dust storms that had a big impact on the economy during The Great Depression. The Dust Bowl lasted for about a decade. Farmers were heavily affected because the storms destroyed crops and before the storm farmers were making a lot of money. The Dust Bowl along with Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, took place in the 1930’s during The Great Depression. In To Kill A Mockingbird, the people traveled on dirt roads and the class difference between…

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    The dust bowl was one of the harshest and most destructive man made “natural” disasters in its time period.The Dust Bowl negatively affected people who lived there in a personal way. The lives of people were at stake during. When people could not handle the weather or had their homes taken from them, they moved westward to California. Not only were the people of this area struggling, so was the economy. Farming was the cause of the dust bowl but nobody knew that at first. People began calling…

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    The Super Bowl, an event which manages to capture the attention of all of America, even if for a day. No matter the teams which compete for the honor of the title of the Super Bowl champion, everyone has their eyes on them. Even those who despise football find themselves eagerly watching, whether it be for the entertaining commercials or the dazzling half time show. The half time show, a jaw dropping heart stopping event in which each performer attempts to mesmerize the media and audience by out…

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    the Dust Bowl. The Dust Bowl, a term used for both the area affected by the severe droughts of the time and the event itself, is without a doubt one of the most grim and harrowing events in America’s history. It was one of the worst environmental disasters in the nation’s past, it destroyed the livelihood of millions, and it was a major contributor to the continuation of the Great Depression.…

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