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writing prompt - Noel Averruz 1 Averruz My Favorite TV show...

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Noel Averruz 1 10-07-14 Averruz My Favorite TV show is Pawn Stars. I like this TV show because it is very educational and provides detailed information on the item each person attempts to sell. The plot is to buy items that have significant value in order to resell for a profit. Every week is different with a variety of different items and people coming in to try and sell their stuff.
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Unformatted text preview: Some examples of items that come in are old Japanese Samurai swords or old documents signed by a significant public figure or significant U.S. president. Another teaching point the shows makes is how to negotiate on prices in order to get the most profit while paying minimal but fair prices to the customer trying to sell an item....
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  • Spring '15
  • Hale
  • japan, President of the United States, Samurai, Katana, Noel Averruz, significant public figure

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