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    Qdoba Persuasive Essay

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    Food is such a large part of our world, its the reason we are alive. It has the power to bring us together no matter what part of the world we are from. In Corvallis, food is abundant no matter what street you turn on in town. Anything from your average american burger to sushi to vegetarian thai food, you can find it in town. I for one am not one who 's easily convinced to try new and foreign foods, but when I find something good I cant help but share it with my friends! I have always gone to Chipolte for burritos whenever I felt so inclined, that was up until I discovered this beautiful place called Qdoba. Qdoba is similar to Chipolte, but also has very distinct ways of setting itself a part from the national power house restaurant. A welcoming atmosphere, good friends, and even better food are what makes the Corvallis Qdoba the best late night option in food. Before I came to OSU I had never even heard of Qdoba, up in Portland all we ever had were Chipolte’s. This changed the moment I stepped foot on campus freshman year. I had so many people the first week of school say, “Lets go get Qdoba!” that I just had to find out and see for myself what made this place just so great in the eyes of the students. On the way walking to their location on Monroe, my friends and I passed by the Chipolte…

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    The Business CMG, better known to its customers as Chipotle Mexican Grill, owns and operates a chain of quick and casual Mexican style food restaurants. Customers are able to create up to a 1.25 pound mission burrito from a list of ingredients including chicken, steak, free range pork, beans, rice and numerous other vegetables and salsas. Catered to the everyday American, Chipotle prides itself on fresh locally grown ingredients and naturally raised meats for their products. CMG was…

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    In her essay “The Burrito: A Brief History,” Angela Morales modestly narrates a few humorous encounters she and her family have had with burritos. Morales initially describes the burrito as the “food of workers,” referring to her mother’s heritage, to how embarrassed her mother was at a young age to eat a burrito in school because it was not a typical food in her surroundings. Although Morales does give emphasis to the “common” burrito, she also introduces the modified burrito and how the…

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    Loaded Potato Griller

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    The sloppiest type of employee is The Messy Mexican Pizza who is the sluggard of the crew. This employee shows up late to work on a regular basis, but rarely shows up late enough to result in his termination. Furthermore, The Messy Mexican Pizza calls in “sick” at least once a week, and his sickness is hardly every genuine. Rarely does this employee complete any of his cleaning, for he claims that he doesn’t “make enough” in order to successfully accomplish the cleaning duties assigned to him.…

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    On the 7th of December in 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The following year, in the middle of February, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 that allowed for the relocation of all those living in coastal Washington, Oregon, and California with Japanese ancestry. Those living on the West coast were relocated to desolate places far away from the Pacific Ocean and placed in camps with other Japanese Americans. There were a few reasons for the relocation of Japanese…

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    After the game against South San Francisco we had a record of 6 to 2 while South San Francisco had a record of 8 to 0. In the 8th grade year there are championships and our team was able to make it to the final round where we faced the one and only South San Francisco again, but this time it was for the championship. I remember that game at Parkside Middle School at 6:30. This game was the most important game of the whole season. Before the game Chris came up to me a said, “We beat you twice…

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    California is ranked #2 in Seafood production in the U.S, Over 600 million pounds from over 60 species harvested. California is #1 in tourists visiting in over 150 state parks, national parks and monuments. Important Events The great American gold rush happened between 1848-1856. The person who spotted the first piece of gold was James W. Marshall. The gold he found attracted over 300,000 gold seekers. They were called the forty-niners as in 1849. California is the thirty first state. Which…

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    Jack London was an American writer, author and journalist who lived from 1876 to 1916. Some of his famous works include The Sea Wolf and Call of the Wild. Born in San Francisco on January 12, 1876, he was raised in Oakland, California, by his mother and stepfather. Jack London is considered to be a great writer. In his teenage years, he worked many different jobs. In his spare time, he read travel books and novels at the library. Eventually, he told his mother a story of what happened one day…

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    Jack Moore is man who puts a smile on everyone he meets. A 72 year old loving retired man who has had all sorts of jobs from tossing newspaper on people’s front door to bagging at the local Jewel Osco, even delivering pizzas and being UPS driver. Growing up was very difficult as he was put up for adoption at the age of 1 because his mother did not feel like she was ready to raise a child. His father was a drunk beat dad, who did not care about him either. To avoid never seeing him again, Jack’s…

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    San Francisco Earthquake

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    October 17, 1989 was a calm day in the San Francisco Bay Area. Two neighboring cities, San Francisco and Oakland were buzzing with excitement because each city’s major league baseball team, the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics was competing in the World Series. It was a Bay Area rivalry for the biggest prize in baseball and the crowds were headed to San Francisco to prepare for a 5:30pm first pitch at Candlestick Park. Then, at around 5:03pm not long before the scheduled first pitch,…

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