Chuck-E-Cheese Thesis

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“A hidden connection is stronger than an obvious one” (Heraclitus of Ephesus Quote). Connection that aren't clearly seen but appear to be more powerful. The things that are very clear to the reader may not mean as much. This will make you realize what really is most important. The essay represents how Chuck-E-Cheese has a connection to donuts. George Washington was the first president of the United States of America. He was born on February 22, 1732. He was the head of one of Virginia's most prominent estates; Mount Vernon. He felt that boundaries were being crossed and he had to stop them from being crossed, He was a big help in may civil rights movements before becoming president. (biography.com editor) He was president for two terms. He turned the job of being president over to John Adam. When he was no longer president he felt like he had accomplished something and he was relieved. Later on he become sick with a common illness but he was not able to fight it and ended up dying on December 14, 1799. George was a good impact on the country and helped everyone in a positive way. (Biography.com editor) George loved donuts but he…show more content…
Chuck-E-Cheese has been around for over 30 years. He was originally going to be a coyote. The name was changed many times but the first name was Rick the rat. (Chuck-E-Cheese) In 1976 the name was changed to the big cheese, and he wore a red derby, a plaid and paisley patterned vest, a yellow shirt and a bow tie. In 1990 his outfit changed to a gold trimmed black tux and a red derby. He was good at inline skating and surfing. (Chuck-E-Cheese) He changed his look from being dressed up to being sporty. His outfit was now a purple shirt and green shorts. His was then called cool chuck. Chuck-E-Cheeses slogan is, "Where everyone can be a kid." Chuck-E-Cheese has had many good and some bad changes over the years. (Chuck-E-Cheese) Chuck-E-Cheese had many talents but he lacked
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