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    I really like the nature and green trees especially if there is water, that was my best thing in my day is driving between this trees. Smithfield is known as the ham capital of the world. In addition, it attracts many tourists because of its historic district. I really enjoy driving everyday about 35 minutes along the tall trees and the green fields before I get in the torture house (that’s what I use to call my work place). I begin working at 4 pm and I usually get off after 1 am. I felt tired especially because this is my first job in my life. The good thing is I get paid weekly, it was a 10$ per hour, it was not enough for me to take care of my family. Also, they gave me health insurance, but I did not even know how to use it, we don’t have health insurance in Iraq, if I feel sick I can go to the hospital whenever I want, and it’s almost free for everyone. In addition, the education…

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    The first and second day at Smithfield Foods Inc. included a brief tour of the entire facility along with a comprehensive overview of company policies which highlighted factors like attendance, safety, production schedules, and environmental policies. Post the employee orientation, a strategy was developed to tackle pollution prevention projects at the plant. The first project is the reduction of brine discharge into the plant wastewater discharge stream. The aim is to reduce the chloride…

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    The Purpose Of Tv Show

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    The purpose of our TV show is to intrigue all ages into the Medieval Ages and history. Our TV show can show that history can be dramatic and intriguing, not boring and old. Our plan for our TV show is to not only entertain our viewers, but also to educate them. Our desired outcome is to intrigue and educate millions of people around the world on life in the Middle Ages. Overall, our TV show will stun millions of people around the world in awe, but still increase their knowledge. All of our main…

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    added danger of sharp knives swinging around. Sinclair describes the pace makers job and the reason why Durham’s was able to do what they did. Durham’s would hire workers men specifically to set an unreasonably fast pace that the other men had to follow. If any man did not keep up, there was a line outside of men waiting to get a job. Durham’s also paid their employees pennies on the dollar with no overtime pay or breaks. Durham’s takes advantage of the uneducated European immigrants just as…

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    Fast Food Corporations

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    As we all know, food production has drastically increased in the past 100 years. With the development of fast food companies such as McDonalds, who are the biggest buyers of potatoes, pork lettuce, tomatoes and apples, food production corporations like IBP (Tyson Foods), Smithfield Foods, JBS USA (Swift) and Cargill Foods, had to adjust to the large demand. This made the companies, which in 1970s controlled 25% of the market, today control more than 80%. Significantly fast increase in…

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    Jake Rompala Blue “Food, Inc.”, published in 2008 by Director Robert Kenner, was made to show us how our food is processed, sold, and processed again. First, it visits Tyson and Perdue chicken growers. Inside the chicken houses is a cramped space so tight the chickens can’t move around, and, even if the chickens could move around, they are so fat they would fall down after a few steps. Then, it showed the Smithfield Hog Processing Plant, and inside it millions of hogs had been…

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    writers. The first farmer that shows in the documentary is, Richard Lobb who is a part of the National Chicken Council. Chickens have to be the same size; it’s cheaper and more effective (Lobb). They can’t use the smaller ones because who would want to buy it? The second farmer is a Tyson grower by the name of Vince Edwards. He takes the cameramen down a road with chicken houses. “Smells like money” Edwards says as they drive down the road. Vince has over 300,000 chicken’s in16 of his chicken…

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    many CFU’s his chickens had compared to the monopolizing companies like Perdue and Tyson. The other argument raised was to take our meat back to what it originally was grass fed and hormone free meat production. Many big name beef companies do not allow their cows to feed on grass, but are corn fed. These cows have bacterial problems in their stomachs caused by eating the corn, which leads to disease and sickness. The cows are left standing knee high in their own feces so that if one cow gets…

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    • I live here with my daughter, brother and Tavarez. • My brother has several friends who committed suicide over the summer. • They seem to have been put out by their families. • I saw Tavarez this morning at approximately 5 or 6 a.m. he was in by brother’s room I was leaving to go pick up a friend of mine from Smithfield. • I noticed Tavarez had a plastic bag or two over his head. • I made him take the bags off but, he acted as if he didn’t know what he was doing. • Tavarez has been…

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    made it to the throne after the passing of her brother Edward VI. Most notably, Queen Mary I’s short reign of five years can be seen as sheer terror. During her reign, Queen Mary I’s primary focus was on making the entire country go through catholic restoration. In the textbook, Early Modern England 1458-1714, historians Robert Bucholz and Newton Key state, “For those, protestants who could not leave and would not recant, Mary and Pole had one last remedy: burning at the stake. They began on…

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