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What is the problem with trying to use staff that sometimes we feel like we really need it?
What do you feel living in a city in a clinic that wanna a glass of water? are you gonna take the chance that getta from the city tap or should you reach for a bottle of water that comes from a x for example of fiji.
Well,fiji brand  water thought the anawer of this question is quite obvious,so they don't halt the all around pages on it ,it turns out we want this adverse history. You see the city didn't like in the fiji's joke,so they make some tests and guess what?This test showed the glass fiji water is lower qualitied,it loses us taste against tap water and costs thousands of times more.This story is typical of what happened when you taste bottle of water against tap water. Is it cleaner?Sometimes,sometimes not.In many ways,bottle water is less regulated than tap.Is it tastier?It tastes as across country people can insistly choose tap over bottle water.This bottle water company said they are just meeting consumers' demand.But who demands a less cleanable,less tasty,weigh more expensive product,especially when it can get almostly free in your kitchen.Bottle water cost about 2000 times more than tap water.Can you imagine paying 2000 times of prices of anything else?How about 10,000 dollars sandwiches?Here people on the US buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week.That is enough to circle the golbe more than 5 times.How does it come to be ?Well, it all goes back on how aktonomous works,and it's one of the key drivers which is known as "manufactured demand".If companys want to keep growing,they have to keep selling more and more staff.And in 1970s,X company got worried as they thought their growing presjection started to level off.There's only so much soda person can drink but what is belonged to believe began relizing soda is not that healthy and turned back to gasp drinking tap water.Well, the company's founder next bad idea and silly desighed productive the most people pass yaby fat. What does it free?people said back that.Or they're select next, air.So how do you get people to buy these french product?Simple.You manufactured demand.How did you do that? well,imagine you are in charge of a water bottle company  since people are lying up to treat their harder money for your unneccessary product.You make them feel scared and it occurs of they don't have it.And that's what exactly what the bottle water company did.What their first mogily task is to scare people about tap water with excellent piji gaflent campaigning."When we're done"one bottle of water doclin said,tap water will be relegated to showers and washing dishes.Next you hide the reality your product behind it's appeared to see.Have you known the bottle water try to seduce us of pictures of mountain stream and natures?But guess what's third of all bottle water in US actually comes from?The tap,
are really felt tap water... much deeper and recent four page ads Nestle said bottle water is the most environmentally sponsily consume product in the world?What?They are treasuring environment all along the produst lie circle.
What is the problem with the ___ staff is that sometime we feel tha we really need it.What if you living in a city like a cleanland anyone a glass of water.Are you getting to take your chance to get off from a city tap?Or should you rich for a bottle of water that ___ a ___ ___ FIGI.Well,FIGI ___ water saw the answer of the question is obvious.So they build the whole add can pain around it.It turned out to be what a ___ move was ___ history.You see the city cleanland don't like to be about the FIGI's jokes,so they use some tests and guess what.These tests show the glassy FIGI water is lower quality.It loses taste test against ___ tao,___ thousands of times more.This story is typical of what happened when you test bottle water against tap water.Cleaner?Sometimes,sometimes not.In many ways,bottle water is less regulate than tap.Is it taste __?In taste test across the country consistently choose tap over bottle water.These bottle water completely say that just meeting consumer demand.But who demand a less stable,less tasty,waste more expensive product,when you get almost for free in a kitchen?Bottle water cost about two thousand times more than tap water.Can you imagine two thousand times prices in anything else?What about a ten thousand dollar sandwich.People in US buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week.That is enough to circle the globe more than five times.How does this come to being?

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[Homework]【整理】2011-07-10&07-16 瓶装水的故事 (1/2)

One of the problems with trying to use less stuff is that sometimes we feel like we really need it. What if you live in a city like, say, Cleveland, and you want a glass of water? Are you going to take your chances and get it from the city tap? Or should you reach for a bottle of water that comes from the pristine rainforests of … Fiji? Well, Fiji brand water thought the answer to this question was obvious. So they built a whole ad campaign around it. It turned out to be one of the dumbest moves in advertising history.You see the city of Cleveland didn't like being the butt of Fiji's jokes, so they did some tests and guess what? These tests showed a glass of Fiji water is lower quality, it loses taste tests against Cleveland tap, and costs thousands of times more. This story is typical of what happens when you test bottled water against tap water. Is it cleaner? Sometimes, sometimes not. In many ways, bottled water is less regulated than tap. Is it tastier? In taste tests across the country, people consistently choose tap over bottled water.These bottled water companies say they're just meeting consumer demand. But who would demand a less sustainable, less tasty, way more expensive product, especially one you can get for almost free in your kitchen? Bottled water costs about 2000 times more than tap water. Can you imagine paying 2000 times the price of anything else? How about a $10,000 sandwich?Yet people in the U.S. buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week. That is enough to circle the globe more than five times. How did this come to be? Well, it all goes back to how our materials economy works and one of its key drivers, which is known as manufactured demand.If companies want to keep growing, they have to keep selling more and more stuff. In the 1970s, giant soft drink companies got worried as they saw their growth projections starting to level off. There's only so much soda a person can drink. Plus it wouldn't be long before people began realizing that soda is not that healthy, and turned back to - gasp! -drinking tap water. Well, the companies found their next big idea in a silly designer product that most people laughed off as a passing yuppie fad. Water is free, people said back then, what will they sell us next, air? So how do you get people to buy this fringe product? Simple. You manufacture demand. How do you do that? Well, imagine you're in charge of a bottled water company. Since people aren't lining up to trade their hard-earned money for your unnecessary product, you make them feel scared and insecure if they don't have it. And that's exactly what the bottled water industry did. One of their first marketing tactics was to scare people about tap water, with ads like Fiji's Cleveland campaign. “When we're done,” one top water executive said, “tap water will be relegated to showers and washing dishes.Next, you hide the reality of your product behind images of pure fantasy. Have you ever noticed how bottled water tries to seduce us with pictures of mountain streams and pristine nature? But guess where a third of all bottled water in the U.S. actually comes from? The tap! Pepsi's Aquafina and Coke's Dasani are two of the many brands that are really filtered tap water. But the pristine nature lie goes much deeper. In a recent full page ad, Nestlé said: “Bottled water is the most environmentally responsible consumer product in the world.” What?! They are trashing the environment all along the product's life cycle.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-07-10&07-16 瓶装水的故事 (1/2)

what is the problem of trying to use the staff it is sometimes we really need it , .What if you living in a city like ** and you want a glass water.Are you going to take your chances in getting it from the city tap or should you read it for the bottled water that comes from the stilling for self figi.figi grand water source's question is obvious, so they build the whole eld compain around it. it turned out one of the moves from advertising history. you see the city clearly didn't like the bottled figi's jokes. so they did some tests tand guess what. these test show that glass figi's water is lower quality. It loses taste test of clean water and costs thousands times more. This story is typically what happened when you test bottled water against tap water , is it cleaner? Somtimes , sometimes not.In many ways , bottled water is less regualate than tap. In taste test , acroos the country people consistly choose tap water over bottled water . This bottled water competely say they just meetingvthe consumer demand, but who demand are less stable ,less tasty and way more expensive product, especially when you get almost free from your kitchen . water bottle cost about 2000 times more than tap water. can you imagine paying 2000 times in anything else ? how about 10 thosand dollars sandwich. guess people in US buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week. that is a enough to circle the globe more than five times, how did this come to be. Well ,it all goes back to how our material economy works and one of his key drivers is just knowing the manufacture's demand. If comapnies want to keep growing , they have to keep selling more and more staff.In the 1970s, giants camapanies got worried about that they thought growth projection stating level off. there's only so much soda person can drink. because soda is not that dealthy and turned back to , guess , drinking tap water .well, the campany become to next silly designing product.the most people laughed of the passing fact. what are free , people said that to them, what would they sell next , air? so how do you get the people to buy the staff? simple , you manufacture the demand, how did you do that? well, imagining that you are in charge of a bottled water company. since people aren't lying up to trade their hard money for your uncessary products, you make them feel scared and inceure that if they don't have it, and that is exactly what the bottled water industry is . one of the first marketing tectic was just scaring people about tap water with abbs like figi's campain . when we've done we exactly said tap water would be rigater to shower and washing dishes.next you hide the reality your product behind imagines pure fantasy.have you ever notice how bottled water try to seduce us with pictures of moutain streams and critin nature. but guess for a third what all our bottled water in US actully comes from, the tap, pepese in cocoa are filled in tap water. but the criten are much deeper . in the recent full page add said, bottled water is the most environmentally responsible consumer product of the world, what ? they are environnemt all along the product's life cycle.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-07-10&07-16 瓶装水的故事 (1/2)

One of the problems with trying to use less stuff is that sometimes we feel like we really need it. What if you live in a city like, say, Cleveland, and you want a glass of water? Are you going to take your chances and get it from the city tap? Or should you reach for a bottle of water that comes from the pristine rainforests of … Fiji? Well, Fiji brand water thought the answer to this question was obvious. So they built a whole ad campaign around it. It turned out to be one of the dumbest moves in advertising history.

You see the city of Cleveland didn't like being the butt of Fiji's jokes, so they did some tests and guess what? These tests showed a glass of Fiji water is lower quality, it loses taste tests against Cleveland tap, and costs thousands of times more. This story is typical of what happens when you test bottled water against tap water. Is it cleaner? Sometimes, sometimes not. In many ways, bottled water is less regulated than tap. Is it tastier? In taste tests across the country, people consistently choose tap over bottled water.


These bottled water companies say they're just meeting consumer demand. But who would demand a less sustainable, less tasty, way more expensive product, especially one you can get for almost free in your kitchen? Bottled water costs about 2000 times more than tap water. Can you imagine paying 2000 times the price of anything else? How about a $10,000 sandwich?
Yet people in the U.S. buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week. That is enough to circle the globe more than five times. How did this come to be? Well, it all goes back to how our materials economy works and one of its key drivers, which is known as manufactured demand.

If companies want to keep growing, they have to keep selling more and more stuff. In the 1970s, giant soft drink companies got worried as they saw their growth projections starting to level off. There's only so much soda a person can drink. Plus it wouldn't be long before people began realizing that soda is not that healthy, and turned back to - gasp! -drinking tap water.


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[Homework]【整理】2011-07-10&07-16 瓶装水的故事 (1/2)

Homework
One of the problems with trying to useless staff is that sometimes we feel like we really need it. What if you live in a city like, say, Cleveland, and you want a glass of water. Are you going to take your chances and get it from the city tap? Or should you reach for a bottle of water that comes ***, Fiji? Well, Fiji brand water thought the end of this question was obvious. So they build the whole ad ** around it. It turned out to be one of the *** moves in adverising histroy.
You see the city Cleveland didn't like being the bottle of Fiji's jokes. So they did some tests and guess what. These tests showed a glass of Fiji water is lower quality, it loses the taste tests against Cleveland tap and cost thousands of times more. This story is typical of what happens when you test bottled water against tap water. Is it cleaner? Sometimes, sometimes not. In many ways, bottled water is less regulated than tap. Is it tastier? In taste tests, across the country people consistently choose tap over bottled water.
These bottled water companies say they'er just meeting consumer demand. But who would demand a less standable, less tasty, way were expensive product, especially one you can get for almost free in your kitchen. Bottle water costs about two thousand times more than tap water. Can you imagine paying two thousand times the price of anything else? How about a ten thousand dollars sandwich?
Get people on the US buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week. That's enough to circle the globe more than five times. How do this come to be? Well, it all goes back to our the materials economy works and one of its key drivers which is known as ** demand.
If companies want to keep growing, they have to keep selling more and more staff. And the 1970s, gaint *** companies got worried as they saw the growth projections starting to level off. There's only so much soda a person can drink. Plus it wouldn't be long before people began realizing that soda is not that healthy and turn back to gasp, drinking tap water.
Well, the companies found they next big idea in a silly designer product that the most people laught off the passing ***. Water is free, people said that then, what would they sell us next, Air? So how do you get people to buy these f products? Simple, you *** demand. How do you do that? Well, imagine you are in charge of a bottled water company, since people are lining up to trade their hard-earned money for your unnecessary product, you make them feel scared and ** they don't have it. And that's the exactly what the bottled water industry did. One of their first marketing actitive was to scared people about tap water, with the add likes Fiji's Cleveland ***. When we're done. one top water executive said, tap water would be *** showers and washing dishes.
Next, you hide the reality of your product behind imagine pure fantasy. Have you ever noticed how bottled water tries *** pictures of mountain streams and *** nature? But guess where a third of all bottled water in U.S. actually comes from. The tap! *** and coke *** are two of many brands that are really fill the tap water. But the *** nature lie goes much deeper. In the reason four page add, *** said, Bottled water is the most environmentally responsible consumer product in the world. What?! They are trashing the environment all along the product's life cycle.

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[Homework]   Bits of knowledge:"The Story of Bottled Water" part I   20110710  

One of the problems with trying to use less stuff is sometimes we feel like we really need it. What if you are living in a city like Cleveland, and you want a glass of water, are you going to take your chance to get them from the city tap? Or should you reach for a bottle of water that comes from * rainforest of Fiji? Well, Fiji brand water thought the incidents of the question was obvious. So they build the whole ad campaign around it, it turned up to be one of the dumbest moves in advertising history.

You see the city of Cleveland didn't like being the butt of Fiji's jokes, so they did some tests, and guess what? These tests showed a glass of Fiji water is lower quality, it loses its taste test against Cleveland tap, and cost thousands of times more. This story is typically of what happens when you test bottled water against tap water(自来水/非蒸馏水). Is it cleaner? Sometime is, sometime it not. In many ways, bottled water is less regulated than tap, is it tastier? In taste tests across the country, people can consistently choose tap over bottled water. These bottled water companies  say they are just meeting consumers' demand, but who would demand a less sustainable, less tasty, way more expensive product, especially when you can get it almost free in your kitchen. Bottled water cost about 2,000 times more than tap water. Can you imagine paying 2,000 times to * anything else? How about a 10,000 dollars sandwich.

Yet people in the US buy more than half a billion bottles of waters every week, that is enough to circle the globe more than 5 times, how do this come to be? Well, it all goes back to how materials  economy works, and one of these key drivers which is known as manufacture demands. If companies want to keep growing, they have to keep selling more and more stuff. In the 1970s, giant softdrink companies got worried that they saw their growth projections starting to level off. There is only so much sodas person can drink, plus it wouldn't be long before people began realizing soda is not that healthy, and turned back to glass drinking tap water.

Well, the companies found their next big idea in a silly designer product that most people laugh off  as a passing yuppy fad, waters are free, people said back then,  what will they sell the next? Air? So how do you get people to buy these fring products? Simple, you manufacuture demand. How did you do that? Well, imagine you are in charge of bottled water company, since people aren't lining up to trade their harder earned money for your unnecessary product, you make them feel scaried and insecure if they don't have it. And that is exactly what bottle of water industry did.

One of their first marketing tactics was just scary people about tap water, with ad like Fiji's Cleveland campaign, when we are done, one top water executive said, tap water will be relegated to showers and washing dishes. Next, you hide the reality of the product behind images appear fantacy. Have you ever notice how bottle of water trys to seduce us with pictures of mountain streams and * nature? But guess where a third of all bottle of water actually comes from? The tap, Pepsi's * and Coke's * are two of the many brands are really filtered tap water. But the * nature lie goes much deeper. In a recent full page ad, Nestle said bottle of water is the most environmentally responsible comsumer's product in the world, What? They are trashing the environment all along the products' life cycle.
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