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    Cockroaches were found everywhere, mainly because a lot of food leftovers under kitchen equipment. Two things could be done to prevent it: store food properly and detailed clean-up at workstations. Another video shows poor kitchen facilities, that should seek a floor repair, cleaning and rearrangement of drainage system, major plumbing work. All those actions could prevent findings, such as broken tiles on the floor, over greased pipes under the sink, clogged drains. The next portion of this video shows dead animals under and inside the fridge. Restaurant could store their products in secure areas, use right (leak, water and pest proof) trash containers, and clean inside and outside those containers. I found this video about dinning in the Golden Corral, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsKzGj0jjgo We can clearly see a bunch of safety violations. Starting from outside garbage area covered with trash and leftovers that attracted insects and rats. That’s really easily could be fixed by keeping containers leads closed, area around containers swept, garbage bags tight. Instead this facility has been shutdown for rats. Another thing that shows how unsafe that place is the food temperature checks at the buffet. The manager stated that they check those temperatures only 4 times a day, instead every time when food tray was changed. Also, violations in the fridge temperatures were found, such as meat and dairy were kept at temperatures above 41F. Simple temperature control in…

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    When i was in 1st grade and i was 6 years old i had just came from golden corral with my brother,2 sisters,my mom, and her new boyfriend,we were headed home,but we needed some gas so we stop for some gas and some snacks, our mom new boyfriend bought for himself but then shared with us so after he got done pumping the gas we went home my mom said no more candy because it was past our bedtime but, when we got in the house my mom was pulling in the truck and we went inside to go to bed but my mom´s…

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    If I chose to franchise For another company or to become a franchisee the Simulation would have to change drastically. The franchise has already Set goals And menus and Different criterias they have already set up that they know are these model for success to very off of that model would make my company unsuccessful. Simulation would have to be set based on the franchise's Criterias and their model of a successful business and how it's to be round in the type of employees that it employees in…

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    There are only a few classic American directors that have the distinction to be called one of the greatest of all time, and John Ford is in that esteem category. His talent of perfectly illustrating on film the American Frontier (1800s to early 1900s) is not just entertaining, exciting, and romanticized, but his films are laced with folklore, cultural relevance, and history that make him a one-of-a-kind director in the western genre. Back in the Golden Age of Hollywood, Ford established himself…

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    One reason was because in 1889 the United States was full of poverty. So Mother Cabrini organized catechism and classes. She also provided the essentials for those who needed them. ("Mother Cabrini") Mother Cabrini also founded 67 ministry institutions. One of the camps was Queen of Heaven Camp In Golden, Colorado. The summer camp was for orphan girls. In the camp there is a 22 ft tall statue of Jesus (Colorado Virtual) Another reason was because in New York at the time there were about…

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    Genetically modified organisms is a controversial topic that has been on people 's minds in the past couple of years, but lots of people don 't know what genetically modified organisms actually are or what they 're used for. Many people think they’re terrible things in food that are going to kill us one day, but they don 't know very much else. Everyone should know what genetically modified organisms are, why they are used, pros, cons, and why is it controversial, so that they can form their own…

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    Not All Labels Are A Bad Thing In our society we label everything, how many calories in a candy bar, how many feet in a mile how, many people live in a city, yet we can 't label a GMO food as it is. For clarity, a GMO or genetically modified organism is an organism whose genome has been altered by the techniques of genetic engineering so that its DNA contains one or more genes not normally found in the organism. Gmo 's are controversial because they are relatively new, and the long-term…

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    Rhetorical Analysis A paper that I have written called, “To Modify or not to Modify?: An Argument for Genetically Modified Crops”, presents an argument in support of GM crops. In order to investigate the quality of the paper, I will analyze my own writing. Here I will look back on my writing, and give an rhetorical analysis regarding the persuasiveness of my argument, as well as the effects of the argument on others. The main argument of the paper defended the safety of genetically modified…

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    The Potential Risk of Genetically Modified Organisms Since 1982,” Genetically Modified Organisms have been used in our foods. These “Genetically Modified Organisms are a result of a laboratory process where genes from DNA of one species are extracted and artificially forced into the genes of unrelated animals or humans” (Smith). In other words, Genetically Modified Organisms are harmful for our society and should have never been introduced to our world. Have you ever wondered how our food is…

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    family’s kingdom. Ultimately, his act shows the listeners of the myths to be generous in life, and the gods will provide support in return. Fate also is evident in the story of Jason and the Argonauts through the story of Pelias. He unjustly killed Jason’s father, his brother, to become the king of Iolkos. Pelias was warned in an oracle of Delphi to be aware of a man wearing only one of his sandals. In Greek religion, people were not able to alter their fate. That was the business of the Fates,…

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