The Reese 's Peanut Butter Cups Commercials

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Final One of my favorite commercials from the late 1980s to the early 1990s is the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups commercials. The slogan was “There’s no wrong way to eat a Reese’s.” The commercials were very comical, showing various ways people would eat a Reese’s. My favorite was the one with a young domino champ named Charlie Armstrong. He set up an elaborate chain on Reese’s packages to look like dominos and knocked them over. Then at the last second, when one came flying out, he caught it and ate it. These commercials got me to think about how I ate my Reese’s. I would open the package, pull out one cup and eat the chocolate around it, saving the peanut butter portion for last. While this was my go to way to eat a Reese’s, it did not…show more content…
On the other side of the coin is a comparative approach to research methods. While this is still not my favorite pieces of writing, it can be interesting and it can also give a better understanding about the story being told. One of the reasons I love writing research papers is because I can tell a story. I’ve told stories about women running for office, the masculinity of states and the healthcare systems in Norway and the United States. These stories are about telling people events that they might not have seen, or expanding on a story in a new and interesting way. The best way to tell a story is to use both sides of the coin to back it up. One of the books I read this semester, “The Ways of Knowing,” discusses the tools social scientists need to answer their research questions. One thing that stood out to me was the idea that you can screw in a screw with a hammer. This also got me to think about the idea that if I needed a phillips head screwdriver and used a flathead, I could still get the screw in but it might take longer or be just a little off. This was my approach to my papers, just because I can use either data or comparative to prove my point does not make it the best approach for my paper. I have to look at all my tools, look at my problem and pick what will work the best, not what is the easiest for me. For my paper over masculinity, the best approach was a statistical approach. I had to gather my data and figure out which states were

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