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    In today’s society we are constantly being pulled and prodded towards new products that are being advertised to say that they will be beneficial to our lives. In the end, they really do not. The truth being we are persuaded though many different channels. Some of the channels that are used can be entirely nonverbal. The artifact that I chose is the Budweiser’s 2015 ‘Lost Dog’ Super Bowl Commercial Found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWeKtqWc2EA. The commercial took us through many vicissitudes. The reason I choose this commercial is that it is one of the few commercials that takes you through emotional difficulties. The true complexity of this advertisement brings us to a state of being to where we can all relate. The travesty of the dog running away takes the viewers heart and then brings them some joy when the dog is safely brought home. The reason I am reviewing this is because I believe it could be even better. I believe that the viewer could become more involved in the process and would make them furthermore want to purchase the product. Some key points of this paper are Aristotle’s rhetorical proofs and how I can improve them. Also the importance of rhetorical proofs in advertising and marketing. Communication can have a great effect on the way we market to today’s society. I want to come to a deep understanding of the commercial and how I would be able to better it as whole. Almost every commercial can be bettered in many ways. There is no perfect and most…

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    Many brewers follow similar recipes, but the ingredients of Corona and Heineken is the second reason to compare these two beers. Corona and Heineken both have a great high quality taste, but the ingredients differ. Although the basic recipe for Heineken is closely guarded, the ingredients are no secret. Heineken ingredients include barley malt (grain), hops (flavor-maker), water, yeast, and gluten with no additional additives. The amount of gluten usually depends on whether the beer is a…

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    Michelob Ultra Commercial

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    “For friends that come together to reach for better,” could be a slogan for many positive products on the market. Would you ever guess it to be for a beer, such as Michelob Ultra? Michelob was originally an all malt beer when it was first brewed in 1896. However, for the first time, Michelob Ultra will also be brewed with 100 percent malt for a complex flavor while still being a “superior light beer,” according to www.anheuser-busch.com. Michelob Ultras unique ad and commercial both attempt to…

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    Guinness Commercial

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    Guinness: The Beer that Brings Friends Together Commercials use tactics such as beautiful women, comedy, emotion, music, dialogue and high standards to sway the public into thinking that their product is the best product on the market. Guinness, an international beer company, utilizes inspiring music, emotion and dialogue throughout their commercial to show that their beer is the best. As a result, these three tactics are used to emphasize how their beer brings friends together and how…

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    “For friends that come together to reach for better,” could be a slogan for many positive products on the market. Would you ever guess it to be for a beer, such as Michelob Ultra? Michelob was originally an all malt beer when it was first brewed in 1896. However, for the first time, Michelob Ultra will also be brewed with 100 percent malt for a complex flavor while still being a “superior light beer,” according to www.anheuser-busch.com. Michelob Ultras unique ad and commercial both attempt to…

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    assistant director of procreator.' Jonas will be like a Physical Education teacher and won't have anything else to do in the book. In the movie he was a pilot and watches the community, when Jonas left to escape, Asher got him and let him go to release all the memories and was still his friend. He got in trouble because he was supposed to "lose" him. If Jonas would not have got to the wall in time, the Giver and Fiona would have been lost or "released" to elsewhere. To be released to elsewhere…

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    Introduction Hockley Valley Brewing (Hockley) has come to the conclusion that light beers are more popular than dark ones. Since its dark beers have always been its flagship product, Hockley has to decide whether to change its marketing mix to adapt to the latest market trend, or to keep steady in its current course. Their proposed solution, should they decide to follow through with it, is a new light lager called Hockley Classic. SWOT Analysis Strengths: • Have a talented brewer, who is from…

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    over his arms. I saw a pale stoic face, yet he looked to be in sheer peace. My mom was next to me holding my hand, waiting for my response as if I were going to collapse. I reached out to touch his hand and the heart monitor started to race as if it were a car’s revving engine. This was when I looked up to see his eyes open for the first time. Relief washed over me. Everything around me disappeared into thin air. I could no longer see the pale white walls. I could no longer see the wired…

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    My mom said the nurses were going to leave him in the bed until we got there so I could see him for the last time. Once we got there the nurses then told us that they weren’t able to leave him there so he was put in the freezer downstairs where they keep the bodies. I remember the trip down the long hallways like my worst nightmare. The pale grey walls smelled of antiseptic and it was colder than the rest of the hospital. The halls seemed endless and the walk there was the more agonizing than…

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    Kimbote In Pale Fire

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    Whether one is attempting to glean the hidden meanings within the 999 lines of Pale Fire or determine the sanity and identity of the narrator, a great number of mysteries still surround Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Pale Fire. Many theories have been put forward by various academics, including those who were close to Nabokov, that helps to reveal the identity of Kinbote; many of the ideas revolve around Kimbote being a made up fictional character created for Shade’s novel, while another puts forward…

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