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    Movie Theater Advantages

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    creating a drive in movie or creating a more relaxing environment with servers who bring you food and drinks . At a new movie theater, Casa Blanca in San Antonio, Texas, they offer a new way for customers to enjoy movies in comfortable reclining chairs. While, society is always offered the option to enjoy a newly released film at the movies it is always an option to stay at home and watch the same film. Weather you are at home or the movies you can enjoy the same movie, but with slightly…

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    A heavyset man who would go clobbering around in his boots and overalls, basically glaring at anyone who came around him, is what some people remember of my father. All his friends and family remember him as a man with too many jokes to tell. My father was very intimidating to people at first glance with his bulky 6’4’’ frame. His salt and pepper hair contrasted greatly from his dark olive complexion. Behind his think glasses hid a stern face, but soft, tired brown eyes. Even though he was…

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    It is January of 2005, and I am on my way to Columbus for my first chemotherapy. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in October of last year. My two sons, Jeff and Jason are coming with me. Jeff driving, Jason sitting in the passenger seat and I 'm in the back seat of the 2002 GMC Envoy. I glance out the window and watch as we pass the Shoe. It is chilly outside and the winds were powerful on this winter day, snows covering the trees and the ground, it’s a beautiful sight of a winter wonderland.…

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    A. Summary of my experience My first experience in the wheelchair was Sunday September the 25th when I made a trip to Wal-Mart in Nacogdoches. I got out of my truck and walked to the back and let the tailgate down. I then retrieved the wheelchair out of the back of the truck and then sit down. There was five people standing four cars up from where I parked. They glared at me and I knew what was going through their minds, as I passed I could hear them talking although I do not know what was said…

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    Theater Seating Analysis

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    as important as the seats. Lastly, think of the other decorations that will make for an optimal home theater seating experience. Do you want a classic feel with leather seats, dark walls, and sconces? Do you want a modern feel with bright colored chairs and wall paint with some unique artwork on the walls? Although you can create any look you want, browns, blacks, beiges, and creams are the most universal looks for seating in a home theater. You don't want the look of your home theater seats to…

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    Her Thoughts It''s the end of the 2015 summer vacation for the new nineth graders in West Virginia. April, a new nineth grader was a mix of emotions as the summer came to an erupt stop. She wanted to see her best friend Dezi, she also wanted to see her other best friend Devin. April ,and Devin had dated before ,and when they broke up nothing really changed, they were still best friends. Over the summer April ,and Devin had been talking off Aprils granpas Facebook. They did'nt get to…

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    Most kids remember the sounds of rain, or thunder vividly because they are loud. I remember scratching. Rhythmic, repetitive, and right in front of me. The scratching of my blue ballpoint pen against paper. Whenever I'd do well in school, my mother would ask me what I wanted as a reward, even though she already knew. As we shuffled toward her car, I'd pretend to think about it. Maybe I'd surprise her and tell her I wanted toys, or candy like a normal kid. But I didn't. I wanted books, and…

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    My first words were “cookie” and “more.” With blonde hair reminiscent of blinding bursts of sunlight and pudgy hands that undoubtedly shook with unrestrained excitement, I—or rather, my one year old self—requested that I get another cookie. I did not, however, ask for the delectable treat with simmering wisps of steam rising from it with the faltering voice of a callow toddler. Rather, I asked for that chocolate delicacy with the awkward movement of chubby hands that contorted uncomfortably. My…

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    Come take a journey, to the most remarkable, and magnificent place on earth. Soft and calming music plays as the dove white door imprinted with squares. And a smooth, shiny, seal gray handle creaks open. Entering, a simple dark wood bed laid off-center in the room. With a cozy looking mattress, and soft, velvety blankets draped over the bed. Tawny and tortilla coloured carpet stretches across the ground of the room. Conjointly, walking across the carpet felt like sinking in quicksand. A…

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    As I walked down the hallway of the Memorial Union, I search for the staircase that will bring me to my haven for the next hour and a half. After I expressed worry to my friend that I would have nowhere to go during my long class breaks, she told me that Sparky’s Den is where she goes to hang out between classes. As I descended down the gray staircase, I pictured what the room would look like; with a name like Sparky’s Den, I saw a crowded room with dark brown wooden paneling on the walls, dim…

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