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    Eat Bulaga Case Study

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    Chapter I. Introduction Background of the Study Eat Bulaga is a staple in noontime television for Filipinos. Staying on air for almost four decades, Eat Bulaga first aired on July 30, 1979, being the the longest running noontime variety show in the Philippines (Carvajal 2016). Eat Bulaga captured the tastes of the audience for entertainment and introduced a number of segments such as the iconic “Laban o Bawi,” “Pinoy Henoy,” “Little Miss Philippines,” “That’s My Boy,” “Teevee Babe,” “Mr. Pogi” and the recent “Kalyaserye” featuring the “Aldub” love team (WikiPilipinas 2007). Aside from these entertainment offerings, Eat Bulaga also brought innovative segments focusing on social responsibility. These segments include “EBest Scholars,” a 30th anniversary celebration of the noontime show wherein 30 excellent high school students were awarded with scholarship and financial assistance (Salterio 2013). Also, Eat Bulaga created the “Plastic ni Juan” project under the “Sugod Bahay sa Barangay” segment which encouraged viewers to collect and donate plastics bottles for recycling and making armchairs for public schools (Manila Standard Showbitz, 2016). The most innovative segment of Eat Bulaga would be “Super Sireyna,” the first transgender pageant in noontime shows. Introduced in 1990s, “Super Sireyna” was one of Eat Bulaga’s remarkable segments which "appreciated and highlighted the beauty, talent, and capabilities of its transgender women contestants" (Requesto 2015, 1). Revived in…

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    they need. Likewise, making money waste materials that we could utilize for important uses. Last but not least, if money is taken out we can have a fair economy. Life without money can create a world of freedom as long as we’re willing to change it. As stated earlier one reason there should be no more money is that there would be no robberies. To begin, some might ask, ‘’Why would there be no robbery?’’ Well if there is no money everyone can have what they need. If you have what you need do you…

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    Wawa And Sheetz

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    The fast food industry has grown over the past years, and now a new type of food service has arisen in the form of gas stations. Wawa and Sheetz are these new dominators, who strive on providing quick service and great food. Since these are success stories, other gas stations have tried to replicate these companies but have not struck the consumer as much as Wawa and Sheetz. The consumer fanbase for each company is extreme. Fans of Wawa have been known to get the logo tattooed on their biceps,…

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    Mitchell, Georgia has a population of about 250; five being my family. I have lived in Mitchell for my whole life. Love floods the atmosphere with every step on Main Street. From trick-or-treating, to yard sales, to the annual Mitchell Spring Fest, the city is home to countless family traditions. The tattered, elderly buildings and what seems to be ancient railroad tracks tell their own stories and prove the city has a heart of its own. With a blink, Mitchell would be missed entirely, but within…

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    Mitchell, Georgia has a population of about 250; five being my family. I have lived in Mitchell for my whole life. Love floods the atmosphere with every step on Main Street. From trick-or-treating, to yard sales, to the annual Mitchell Spring Fest, the city houses countless family traditions. The tattered, elderly buildings and what seems to be ancient railroad tracks tell their own stories and prove the city has a heart of its own. With a blink, Mitchell would be missed entirely, but within the…

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    Bbvp Essay

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    Shared cars usually occupy dedicated parking spot, users using an electronic key to access the car they booked, and the car must be returned to that specific sopt once the booking is complete. The PEVSP is based on an on-demand, no reservation system. Users can check out a PEVSP vehicle while they get in the station, without preparing and waiting. Instant access to a shared vehicle provides great convenience to user, just like using their private vehicles. This is a critical characteristic to…

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    could see myself using these in my classroom, especially if like my supervising teacher the students are at tables instead of personal desks. b. My supervising teacher has reading stations as the first subject every day. There are three stations; one station is self-read, one station is partner read, and the final station is called word work. My supervising teacher has each student select the order in which they will do their stations. However, if the station they chose is full they must move on…

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    Gangxia village is an urban village situated in the central part of Futian CBD, Shenzhen. The urban village comprises two parts, as shown in Figure 4.2, Heyuan and Louyuan, the case study here only covers Heyuan block, which takes up a population of approximately 68,000 (only 900 are indigenous villagers, the other 67,000 are migrant tenants) and an area of approximately 151,600 m2 (Futian Government Online, 2007). Regarding the large size of redevelopment and the complex interests among various…

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    bus stops and none of them was the one google maps was telling us to go to. When we had finally decided to hop onto a random bus and see where it took us we saw a group of girls wearing the same volunteering shirts we had on. We quickly ran towards them and decided to ask for help. The group of girls were taking the bus which was going towards the Metrotown station and told us that the skytrain from there would take us straight to King George, our destination. At that moment we realized that we…

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    of waking up, getting coffee, and strolling all throughout Manhattan. As we walked out of Penn Station I knew summer was officially coming to an end because I could feel the cold air hitting my face. We took the train and headed to the Lower East Side, which is known to be fairly close to China Town and Little Italy. The Lower East Side is southeastern of the city. The area has been known to be home to many immigrants from China, Russia, and Italy. The area has historically been known as a…

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