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    college in the math laboratory. I was working on my homework I remember being stuck on problem and tired. So I did what most people would do I lean back on my chair then hearing a snapping sound, and my head hitting the window. Instantly all eyes fell on me and I felt a small amount of blood rushing to my face and a nervous laugh coming from my mouth. I quickly gather all my things, and left without saying a word to anybody. Now that looking back at it I wasn 't afraid of getting in trouble or of having to pay for the chair; my true Fear was the “eye” the judgment and empathy people felt from at that moment. On the other hand there are those who would exploit others insecurities and use their weight for monetary gain. For example there 's Jared Fogle most known on television as " The Subway Guy", Who’s most known for promoting the fast food franchise known as subway. Due to his dramatic weight loss that prompted a mass attraction of overweight Americans to the “Subway Diet”. That generated millions of dollars in revenue for the company, and did little help for the consumers that were trying to lose weight. This shows the hypocrisy of these companies that don 't care for the consumers that just to fit in by losing weight fast and to be accepted. The length and desperation that fat people would go to belive that a sandwich a day will help them. The perfect example of the typical stereotyped overweight American would be my aunt Rayna, most of her weight gain can be directly…

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    In August of 2015 Subway endured a difficult blow to their franchise when Jared Fogle was arrested on allegations of paying to engage in sexually explicit acts with minors as well as receiving and distributing child pornography. A shocking tragedy to Fogle’s family, friends, and the Subway franchise. When allegations were first made Subway chose to suspend their partnership with Fogle, however has the details were uncovered the franchise quickly chose to cut ties with the now former spokesman…

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    question. Since you have been more than once on Supernatural, what is it like to be on the show and then come back later? Since you portrayed two different characters, was it difficult to come back as someone else on your second appearance? How did the cast/crew receive you the second time? from Supernatural KT: My SUPERNATURAL appearances hold a special place for me as they actually book-ended my five-year hiatus from the film industry. My last job before leaving was in "Malleus Maleficarum"…

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    Disguising the Truth Symbolism is the use of symbols as a way to emphasize a specific idea. All writers use symbolism in their stories to help them explain a crucial idea to the reader without coming out and telling the person that is reading the story. One book that shows many examples of this symbolism throughout the plot is Lord of the Flies by William Golding. One object that is a big symbol through the whole story as the plot progresses is the mask. This mask is worn by many of the…

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    Part B Anthropology 6) Collapse In Collapse Jared Diamond addresses the environmental and economic problems that societies encounter during their development. Diamond makes it very clear that no society is safe from a collapse and that the problems that societies face should not be underestimated or the results could be catastrophic (Diamond 2011:2). The definition that Diamond gives for a collapse is “a drastic decrease in human population size and /or political/economic/social complexity…

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    Jared Diamond spends the prologue of his novel, “Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed”, explores the demise of communities throughout history and how such a thing could occur. He believes, as can be inferred from the title of the book, that societies primarily fail as a result of the decisions they make in response to other issues. In the prologue, “A Tale of Two Farms”, Diamond presents his definition of a collapse, his framework for analyzing a collapse, and how he compares the…

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    The Kill Order by James Dashner is a very good science fiction book. It is mostly about what could possibly happen in the future. The characters are very interesting. The climax and theme are great and the whole book is very interesting. It kinda is a little adventure mixed with science. The Kill Order took place in the Appalachian Beaches in the future. At first it took place in New York. When they were in New York, they had to face very bad condition called “Sun flares.” When the Sun Flares…

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    Description The Subway diet is the weight-loss plan created by Jared Fogle in order to prevent obesity, especially that in children. Fogle was an obese college student when he traded in his habit of eating traditional fast food for a lifestyle where he ate strictly at Subway. While a regular cheeseburger at a competing fast food restaurant will contain around 14 grams of fat and not do much to fill you up, a 12-inch roasted chicken sub from Subway will contain around 10 grams of fat and satisfy…

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    girls (Flowers, 2006). Recently, 37 year old Jared Fogle plead guilty on charges of child pornography as well as paying to have sex with children who were under legal age. In 2000, Jared Fogle became widely…

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    An innocent man was released from jail after thirty years...X celebrity has received a lighter sentence after pleading guilty...These are things heard often on the news, in movies, on the radio. Evidently, plea bargaining is a part of everyday culture. But should it be? The practice of plea-bargaining incarcerates innocent citizens, encourages repetition of crimes, and motivates people into committing misdeeds. Plea-bargaining allows criminals to avoid proper retributive justice for their…

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