Where would you get a variety of ingredients from all around the world in a reusable pint container? Chances are, your answer would be Talenti Gelato. With the finest ingredients all over the world such as caramel from Belgium to coconuts from Papua New Guinea, there is absolutely no doubt why Talenti is America’s best selling gelato. It all starts off with fresh, hormone-free milk straight out of the farm. Then it goes to the pure cane sugar -- and high fructose corn syrup is never an option. It’s just that simple. These are the ingredients what makes the 21 flavors of Talenti Gelato. Using the freshest ingredients or otherwise called the “good stuff”, Talenti’s main goal is to create gelato just as it was invented from the WWII era to your freezer. Founded by Josh Hochschuler, his idea was to make a rainbow effect by using clear container instead of selling them in trays for customers to scoop. Talenti’s sales increased by 86% in just one year; sales jumped from $1 million to a projected $100 million in the year of 2013. Talenti made a total of $1 billion ever since the year of 1995. With 21 different decisions to make and coming around seven dollars a pint, you can also turn the ice cream container into a work of art. Talenti’s annual “Pint-cycling” contest encourages customers all across the U.S to turn their ice cream container into whatever they want. The winner would receive a whole year supply of Talenti Gelato. The main goal was to encourage us to reuse items…
older is “cooler”. In the short story “Where are you going, Where have you been”, a fifteen year old girl named Connie, is in this transition, when she suddenly finds herself in a horrific situation, where she realizes maybe she isn’t as old as she thought she wanted to be.
When Connie was out one night with her friends, she noticed an attractive guy in a gold convertible and they happened to make long eye contact as he mouthed the words, “Gonna get you, baby”, to her. By the way Connie dressed…
society during the 1960’s. These include television, literature, and music. In the beginning of “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Connie is the typical 60’s girl. She has defiant, rebellious side that captures the Feminist movement perfectly. Near the end of the story, Connie does something entirely unexpected according to society. She gives in to Arnold Friend’s commands. This would not have happened during the Feminist movement of the 1960’s.
It is hard to put a definition on Feminism…
Where are you going, where have you been? Connie and Arnold
The main character of Where are you going, where have you been by Joyce Carol Oates is Connie, an average everyday teenage girl who is seeking to find herself. Connie’s behavior is relatable to many teenage girls. She doesn’t get along with her mother and is annoyed by her sister; she enjoys movies, music, and flirting with boys. When she is away from her home and family, she develops into a social light and beams her sexuality. When at…
In the short story by Joyce Carol Oates, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” the traumatic tale of a young girl preyed on by older men is told. The story begins with a beautiful teen constantly being torn down by her parents. She seeks attention and acceptance from boys around town causing her let her guard around men; which later becomes problem. Two unfamiliar men arrive at her house when her family leaves. Instead of keeping the door shut or calling the police, she opens the door and begins…
23 December 2014
“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”
After reading, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates several times, multiple connections have been made implying that Arnold Friend is Satan. The title itself can be found in the Bible, Judges 19:17 reads, “and he lifted up his eyes and saw the traveler in the open square of the city; and the old man said, “where are you going, and where do you come from?”(King James Version, Judges 19:17)…
Short Essay: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
In this great story “Where are you going, where have you been” written by Joyce Carol Oates, is a real treat to a classic drama. There are several characters, but the two major ones are Connie and Arnold, also known as “Arnold Friend”. A fictional story but the plots are close as anyone can get to a real life scenario. Every scene plays out well, but quite few mysteries left readers puzzled. Connie thought she knew who she was, until Arnold’s…
Professor Krista Ferguson
08 May 2013
Where are you going, Where have you been?
. Each decade is remembered for something, the sixties was the age of young people, and almost 70 million people out of 177 million populations were young. Fashion was predominant in young people. The music industry started flourishing; the industry had several popular singers such as Elvis and Bob Dylan. It also had several popular bands like Beach Boys and…
pollute the environment. General Motors Company always wanted to stop environment pollution.
The intent of the innovation process is to ensure that a steady stream of product and technology options is developed on the basis of the company’s sense of where the market is headed. These options are potential responses that GM can use to capitalize quickly on new opportunities. The process is designed to be dynamic, with new information and ideas moving continuously through the system. Each time the company…
Prof. Nicole Brown
17 September 2013
I don't know where i am going
When reading the short story, “Where are you going, where have you been?” I
stumbled upon a very important theme that is found within. Connie who is the main
character, is fifteen years old and is caught up in fantasy versus reality. As humans we
are exceptional at creating imagination. When we fantasize about something, it's
something that is very unlikely to come true.Fantasy is the distortion of reality…
Professor Ben Mayo
English Comp II
30 April 2011
Analysis of “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates
In 1966, Joyce Carol Oates published her short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”. Oates was inspired to write this story after reading about a serial killer that was referred to as “The Pied Piper of Tucson”. Oates was disturbed by the number of teenagers that this killer was able to persuade to help him and keep his secrets…