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The Advantages Of Stupidity
Number of words: 821 - Number of pages: 3

.... a word which describes the working habits of the person, such as "crappy". Yet, this creates a positive situation for the stupid person. They will have a lot of free time on their hands for more of lifes truly meaningful pleasures. Some of these activities are combing facial hair, and counting the pixels on a Sony TV. Now, there has been a rumour going around that suggests that stupid people have low expectations. This is true. They are so stupid that they don't realize great from O.K. They could have a Sanyo cordless phone, but would probably ch .....


Native People In Modern Society
Number of words: 939 - Number of pages: 4

.... she said that nobody takes care of interviews in the center. Well I was lucky there was another woman passing by and I asked her for help. That lady's name is Fran Longboat and as found out later she is a pretty well known person in the whole Toronto Native community. Fran said that there are quite many Native professionals in the city and she tried to call a Native lawyer to make an appointment for me but the person wasn't there. Then I finally got a business card of a person to interview, guess who? -- A cop! OK I went down to 40 College street and asked for B .....


PEPSI VS COKE
Number of words: 3223 - Number of pages: 12

.... which sold 10 billion cases of soft-drinks in 1992, and Pepsi now find themselves asking, "Where will sales of the next 10 billion cases come from?" The answer lies in the developing world, where income levels and appetites for Western products are at an all time high. Often, the company that gets into a foreign market first usually dominates that country's market. Coke patriarch Robert Woodruff realized this 50 years ago and unleashed a brilliant ploy to make Coke the early bird in many of the major foreign markets. At the height of World War II, Wood .....


Reebok International
Number of words: 1790 - Number of pages: 7

.... marketer and distributor of sports, fitness and casual footwear, clothing and equipment. The corporate office's business phone number is (617) 341-7150 located at 100 Technology Center Drive Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072, U.S.A. II. Financial and Statistical Information Reebok International Ltd. has had a good financial period supporting the fact that future prospects and financial outlook do seem rewarding. Reebok International Ltd. currently has three subdivisions: the Reebok brand, Rockport , and the Greg Norman collection. The Reebok brand, the large .....


Functionalism And Physicalism
Number of words: 426 - Number of pages: 2

.... explanation (Block, p. 172). Moreover, they concern themselves with mental state type; not a specific token of the type. As in the case of pain, they are concerned with a mental state called pain, and not of particular pains (i.e. stomach-ache, pin-pricks, etc.). But, according to Putnam, if the Physicalists does indeed attributes the name "physical states" to the enormous number of mental states we humans have, then, I think it would be impossible for them to be concerned only with the type and not the tokens. But once they started to consider each specif .....


Comparison Between Dawsons Cre
Number of words: 714 - Number of pages: 3

.... that could only be achieved by attending an Ivy League school, and an attractive cast. Before its premiere “Dawson’s Creek” had a large nation campaign that consisted of television, newspaper, magazine, and billboard ads. Due to the ad campaign the show has become a global success being showing around the world in several different languages. “Felicity” currently airs on the Warner Brother Network at 8pm on Sunday. “Felicity” like “Dawson’s Creek” is a very successful program, winning a Golden Glob .....


Justice
Number of words: 840 - Number of pages: 4

.... labor, or value, one has created but not yet used. Money in my pocket is what I have created but not yet consumed. Money is not a natural resource; it does not grow on trees. Men can make money by their physical or mental labor. Do I not, then, have full claim to my earnings? If A discovers a cure for AIDS; it surely was not solely a product of A. Society's framework made the discovery possible: A had to build on previous knowledge; she had to use a laboratory she probably did not own. All of these factors make society a partner in the discovery. Therefor .....


Money 2
Number of words: 741 - Number of pages: 3

.... mean they're only virtual reality, and basically one big fantasy. No, dollars are utterly and entirely real, far more real than anything as vague as the public interest. If you're not a commodity, you don't exist! Of course there are many elements of our lives that exist outside the money economy. There's a lot going on in our lives that's not-for-profit and that can't be denominated in dollars. "The best things in life are free," the old saying goes. Nice old saying. Gets a little older-sounding every day. Sounds about as old and mossy as the wedding vow "for ri .....



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