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    Rhetorical Analysis In 2013 Chipotle released a commercial, called “The Scarecrow,” that tries to inform its audience of the problems within the fast food industry while simultaneously promoting the Chipotle brand . Chipotle wants the viewer to know that they are not like other “fast food” restaurants . It is doing so to make people feel less guilty about eating their meals and making them understand that even though delicious, their meals are healthier than most other fast food chains’. One of the biggest reasons for this is that the commercial doesn’t mention “chipotle” at all until the very end and only for a brief moment too. This makes it seem as if, Chipotle instead of advertising itself, was advertising and promoting or sponsoring organic farming. We believe that it holds these values close to itself, because instead of slapping it’s own name everywhere it gives the message of organic farming more importance. The commercial makes it clear that Chipotle is against processed foods, oppression and harsh confinement of animals and stereotypical big…

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    Rejection is very hard to overcome yet with Jia Jiang simple techniques he is able to overcome them and so are the characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. By overcoming insecurities, using self-improvement and having a clear mission they are able to overcome their rejection. Dorothy and Jia Jiang wife lifts Jia Jiang and the scarecrow up when their insecurities are too much to handle. The lion and Jia Jiang use overcoming fear to self-improve and the Tin Woodman and Jia Jaing use a clear…

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    The whole story is centered on the idea that all the companions—Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Lion—all possess the things they were looking for all along. The scarecrow, whose main goal is to ask the wizard to give him brains, is actually the smartest in the bunch. He tends to be the group’s main problem solver and gets them through difficult tasks like crossing the gulf: “Here is a tree… [i]f the Tin Woodman can chop it down … it will fall to the other side and we can walk…

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    They all looked mangled and as if they're barely hanging together. Each one has a potato sack for a head with dark sunken eyes and a grim smile made out of stitches. Also they had hands with long strands of hay that resembled the long talons of a crow. All of these scarecrows reeked of pure evil and Dominique could feel the unnatural essence of them. The strange atmosphere of this mansion had frightened him so much that he decided to turn around and go to the police to ask for help. As soon as…

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    bright in color they almost dazzled Dorothy’s eyes” (111). As you can see, Baum does not describe the poppies as magical but rather just poppies that we would see in our world. The illustrations also help support this, showing them as simple flowers rather then something magical. This can also be shown in the cyclone that takes Dorothy to OZ. At the beginning of the book, Baum describes the cyclone as “ very dark, and the wind howled horribly…” (17). The terms he uses are not things that are…

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    created Dorothy, the Kansas girl who caught do anything, the Scarecrow, without a brain but full of great ideas, the Tin Woodman, lacking a heart but full of compassion, and the Cowardly Lion, who said he lacked courage but was brave at every turn. These characters set off on an adventure that saw them face and overcome obstacles at every turn, regardless of whether they were from the environment, animals, or people. This wonderful story captured the hearts and minds of its readers from the…

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    In the movie based off of L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, each of the characters, especially the scarecrow, were looking through the entire plot for something that they already had. The scarecrow spends the entire movie wishing for a brain, when there are several examples in the movie that proof that he could think perfectly well. The first point of the scarecrow’s ability to think comes in his ability to talk. As stated by Dorothy in the movie, you need to be able to think in order to talk.…

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    The scarecrow is an interesting thing. The scarecrow self identify has not having a brain, but the scarecrow is a continuous problem solver in the story. When the scarecrow meets Dorothy, he is the one that deduces how to free himself from the scarecrow pole. The scarecrow establish structural coupling with Dorothy by instructing her on how to remove him or it from the scarecrow pole. The scarecrow is clearly disturbed by the fact he or it doesn’t have a brain. The lack of a physical brain is…

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    Frank Baum, the scarecrow claimed he did not have any brains, but throughout the story, we can identify that as a false statement. As Dorothy and the scarecrow were skipping along the yellow brick road, they came into a woods that contained apple trees, in which then Dorothy realizes how hungry she was from her journey. As soon as Dorothy attempted to pick an apple from the tree, the tree got very upset and started to throw apples at the couple of characters after the scarecrow stated that they…

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    The Scarecrow Chipotle’s “The Scarecrow” is cautioning consumers to be vigilant about what they consume without assuming that food labels always disclose accurate information by allowing the viewer to identify and sympathize with the scarecrow. Throughout Chipotle’s video “The Scarecrow”, the directors of the short film try to invoke different kinds of emotions from their audience. In the short three minutes of the video, the viewers experience sadness, confusion, empathy, joy and even anger…

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