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  • Satire

    Satire In regards to authorization for the war and the continuation of the war in both Iraq and Afghanistan some argue it should end, arguing that it is bankrupting our country, the trillions of dollars we are spending to prolong this war will be a burden of debt left to our great-great grandchildren to deal with. They say that it is paralyzing our volunteer military with repeated, unnecessary tours of duty, saying that it is needlessly killing and maiming our young people. Others may bicker

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  • Driving

    Children of a 70-year-old mother want to know if she should be able to start driving again. It’s been years since she has last driven and when she was an active driver she got into many accidents. She also has a history of bad hearing, arthritis, and alcoholism. The mother’s therapist says that she should make her own decisions and everyone else should support her choices. I think the children to realize that though the therapist may have good opinions on how to handle situations, id doesn’t

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  • Drunk Driving

    increasing fines for drunk driving offenders will play a significant part in the cutting down of driving under the influence. However, while stiffer DUI laws will look affective on paper, they will not make a substantial step in the fight against drunk driving. The only benefit of increased drunk driving fines goes to the law enforcement agency that collects the fines. Because the majority of DUI stops happen to individuals who do not believe that they have become drunk, a person who chooses

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  • Drunk

    Monthly update – August 2012, 03 October 2012, Business Research and Insights, retrieved 24 Oct 2012 from: http://business.nab.com.au/nab-online-retail-sales-index-monthly-update-august-2012-1433/ PwC (Price Water House and Coopers) (2012), What is driving the growth of online shopping? – Australia and New Zealand online shopping market insights, retrieved 28 Sep 2012 from: http://www.pwc.com.au/industry/retail-consumer/publications/digital-media-research/index.htm Ramsay, R. (2012), GAME Australia

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  • Distracted Driving

    doing what is best or should we think before we please? The time comes for a teenager to get their driving permit. This is a rite of passage that comes with age. Parents spend hours instructing their teens on how to park, watch the speed, how to make a turn properly, and to watch the road. The time arises when one must let the child go with the keys. Mothers and fathers have given the speech on drunk driving and carefully instructed them to be home on time. Is this enough or has a new type of distraction

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  • Driving

    When? Have you ever had a driver license or instruction permit in Texas? Have you ever had a license or instruction permit in any other state? List state(s) Number(s) When? REQUIRED INFORMATION FROM DRIVER LICENSE APPLICANTS YES NO 11. 12. DRIVING HISTORY INFORMATION Are you enrolled in or have you completed an approved driver education course? Is your driver license or driver privilege CURRENTLY or EVER been suspended, revoked, canceled, denied or disqualified in ANY state? Where? 13. 14.

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  • Drunk Driving

    Brittany Morgan 13 March 2009 J. Stockdale WR 122 11:30 Drunk Driving Between World War One, World War Two, and the Vietnam War, five hundred thousand one hundred and sixty-one people were killed; drunk driving has killed an estimated one point seven million people since World War One (Fehrenbach). According to the MADD group, fifty to seventy-five percent of drunk drivers whose licenses are suspended continue to drive. Lives are lost because of people’s selfishness and dangerous activity

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  • The Effect of Teen Drunk Driving

    Every day, society has to trust the teenage driver on our streets. Unfortunately that trust is often in many cases. Teen driving while intoxicated is one of the worst causes of deaths, in the young of the community. The causes are many, a parental figure that was not there when the child was younger, in the more formative stages of their life. A bad parental figure, which has shown the young drivers, that while there are rules, they teach that the rules do not apply to everyone. And young adults

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  • Drunk Driving

    Drunk Driving Drunk Driving Has drunk driving somehow affected your life? Do you know someone who has been convicted of driving under the influence? Are you guilty of this crime? Drinking and driving is still a major problem in the world today and I believe that more severe penalties should be implemented for first time offenders to perhaps reduce the high recidivism rate. I believe if I had a stiffer punishment for my first DUI, I might not have gotten a second DUI. Statistics don’t lie

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  • Driving

    How to drive in snow and icy weather Windows Roof Wipers Anti-freeze Tyres Locks Battery Lights Driving in severe winter weather poses many challenges. Cars can get stuck in snowy conditions even on familiar roads, forcing the driver and passengers to spend the night on the roadside. Here is some advice on how to prepare your car for winter driving if you have to make a journey and what to do should you be caught out in bad weather. Before you leave Tyres: If possible

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  • Drunk Driving

    Laws Facts Facts Prevention Statistics I dare you!... - Every day in America, 28 people die as a result of a drunk driving accident. - Drunk Driving costs the United states $132 billion a year. - Most people who have DUI's are not alcoholics. - December is Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month. - Half of all holiday driving fatalities are alcohol related. - 50-75% of convicted drunk drivers continue to drive on a suspended license. - 2/3 of sentenced to incarceration are repeat offenders

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  • Rape Satire

    Rape Satire Winstina-Vashti Dauphin English 2112 October 1, 2011 In the kingdom of Layitdown there was a man by the name of Jerry Jones. Jerry was a very handsome and charismatic guy in his own mind. He lived in a kingdom that had feces in the street, houses that had no roofs and woman with half their clothes torn off, it was one of the greatest kingdoms in the United States. No one complained or got out of the kingdom, in fact nobody even left their houses especially the females of the city

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  • Drinking and Driving

    at home, without a car. You tell your friend you’re on your way to get him, when he asks, “Are you sure you can drive?” you reply, “Oh I’ve only had a few beers, I’m alright.” So you get your keys and head off to your friends house. While you’re driving, you notice you are feeling a little drowsy. You see some headlights that look like they are heading towards you. Then all of the sudden you collide. After everything settles, you realize you are alright. You crawl out of the window and walk towards

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  • Drunk Driving

    Analysis After researching, collecting, and analyzing information on African immigration to the United States, it is evident that our society needs more help in adjusting immigrants to American life and making them feel accepted. The research that I did and the piece of information that I have found has helped build my knowledge in becoming socially aware of society around me. It has opened my eyes to the lack of knowledge most of the world has on immigration and it shows me that something needs

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  • Texting and Driving

    The Dangers of Texting and Driving Drivers should not be able to use their cell phones when driving a motor vehicle because it is dangerous for the driver and others who are driving as well.  The use of cell phones takes the driver's attention off the road. They should not be used while driving because it jeopardizes the driver’s life along with pedestrians and others on the road. Texting and driving causes fatal wrecks, is a leading cause of death among teens, and is illegal in most states.  

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  • Drunk Santa

    self as a mortal entity surrounded by the eternal unknown. While Santa drinks his feelings of frigid loneliness vanish. And so, he gets a company of some almost hallucinatory nature. A shark, a ghostly image, a profile of another prototypical drunk who is not accidentally situated in a horizontal position. An amalgam of the several female figures that consists of a woman in stockings, a nun, a big-breasted silhouette that create a shadow between. A heat can be sensed around the hot colored

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  • Drunk Dirvers

    Zimmermann PULSE News Article A1-A8 Oct 30 2011 For Drunk Drivers, a Habit of Judicial Leniency According to this article, judges have been giving a lot of drunk drivers second chances- chances that they should not be granted. In the state of Massachusetts there is an acquittal rate of 80 percent for drunk driving cases, which is higher than any other state in the United States. Proponents for a stricter sentencing/penalty system for drunk drivers who previously scorned soft juries now focus

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  • Satire

    Satire Within The Importance of Being Earnest Comedy is normally intentioned to be engaged in theatrical plays to develop a significant message. In witty, comical plays like “The Importance of Being Earnest”, the author, Oscar Wilde’s key objective is to create comedy in a number of situations creating ridiculous occurrences and absurd characters. Wilde presents the character(s) in the comedy play to obtain weaknesses, conceits, and lack of insight so that their acts can be easily compared between

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  • Buzz Driving Is Still Drunk Driving

    Buzz Driving is still Drunk Driving Comm215 Buzz Driving is still Drunk Driving When will we come together and realize drinking and driving destroys families? Everyday in America, 28 people die as a result to drunk driving. Each one of those deaths was someone’s mother, father, son, daughter, brother or sister and each one of those deaths could have been prevented. This is not me sitting here trying to convince you why would should not drink and drive; on the contrary, this is a wake up

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  • Drunk in Love

    “I've been drinking, I've been drinking” (Beyoncé 1). This is the first verse of Beyoncé’s new song” Drunk In love” featuring her husband, Jay-Z. This first verse presents the beginning of the provocative lyrics which use street slang to speak about sexual acts, domestic abuse, and intoxication. Children, teenagers and adults alike listen to and look up to Beyoncé, the world wide sensation, but some may not even realize what she is actually stating in her lyrics and how they can impact

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  • Drunk Driving

    000 were injured from drunk driving. Each crash, each death, and each injury impacts not only the person or people in the crash, but family, friends, classmates, coworkers and more. Even those who have not been directly touched help pay the $132 billion yearly price tag of drunk driving. This semester we have analyzed different actions from the perspectives of Kantianism, Utilitarianism, Consequentialism, and Virtue Ethics, so that’s what I have chosen to do for drunk driving as my last journal entry

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  • Drunk Driving in America

    great artist. However, Matt’s death wasn’t the first brush with drunk driving tragedy for the Dawson’s. Matt was actually the second of three cousins in his family killed in drunk driving crashes: •Tim Dawson – killed in 1976 in Mississippi •Matt Dawson – killed in 1999 in Virginia •Stephanie Ward Stahl – killed in 2012 in West Virginia Laura says that her family’s experience with so much devastation because of drunk driving has made the family closer, “but shows that no family is immune.”

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  • Are Drunk Driving Laws Too Lenient?

    Are Drunk Driving Laws too Lenient? Roberta Williams BCOM/275 July 22, 2014 Facilitator: Terrice Watson 3 family members, 1 other man killed in high-speed, head-on car crash on Southwest Side Chicago police investigating whether alcohol was involved Three of the men killed were family, lived together and, for the last 11 years, worked together at McCormick Place. Otis Thomas labored at the convention center for 25 years, and he helped get jobs there for his son Otis Jolliff and the younger

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  • Aggressive Driving

    English 100 Luma F. Alsalah The Story Behind Aggressive Driving The causes for aggressive behavior of some drivers can be caused by different reasons like stress, material abuse, high speed modern cars and mental disorders and in some cases by peer pressure. Most of the time people tend to overlook these causes and ignore them. But they can significantly affect the way people drive. Violence in any form mainly originates from work related stress. People who are not happy with

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  • Barefoot Wine and Bubbly’s Action on Under Age Drunk Driving in Ireland

    Barefoot Wine and Bubbly’s Action on Under Age Drunk Driving in Ireland Poverty and homelessness are amongst the two main social issues that are facing Ireland. “A homeless person is considered to be someone who has no reasonable housing or lives in a hospital, institution, or homeless shelter because of lack of housing. Two types of homelessness recognized by the Irish government are: visible homelessness and hidden homelessness. Visible Homelessness is when a person is on the streets or is

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  • Driving

    Message from the Commissioner “Welcome to driving in Louisiana.” I am pleased to present the Louisiana Driver’s Guide to our new and current drivers. This guide is designed to provide you with the rules of the road, knowledge to assist you in making better driving decisions, and valuable information on safety and sharing the road with others. It is incumbent upon you, the driver, to respect all traffic laws and other drivers as well. Driving is a vital part of life. It provides you with a means

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  • It’s Ok to Dirve Drunk

    IT’S OK TO DIRVE DRUNK! Only a very small proportion of persons DWI are arrested for this offense–only about one in 2000. Reasons for a low arrest rate might include limitations on enforcement resources, lack of enforcement motivation, inability to detect DWI, and others. However, previous research has also shown that even when persons DWI have been observed by police officers who were highly motivated to arrest for DWI, the arrest rate was relatively low. As determined from roadside breathtesting

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  • Alcohol Studies on Drunk Driving

    What he's doing, in 10 years from now when you mention his name, you're going to have to say, 'One of the ... ' or 'The ...' " Chargers fullback Lorenzo Neal said. The numbers alone force Tomlinson into the discussion. He eclipsed 100 touchdowns in 89 games, four games faster than Jim Brown and Emmitt Smith. He's at 104 now, in the top 15 all-time; his 93 rushing touchdowns are eighth best. If he throws two more touchdown passes, he will tie Walter Payton's record (eight) for the most thrown by

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  • Political Satire

    1. Introduction: The event that shooked the world 2015 has started very tragic in France, but also in journalistic and political satire profession. On January 7th  two armed men entered the famous political satire newsroom Charlie Hebdo in center of french capital and killed twelve people. Reason was simple drawings of prophet Muhammad A week later come another editorial which was sold in five million copies. The second example happened Ten years earlier in Denmark police avert attack on another

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  • Drunk Driving

    a result of drunk driving crashes. (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2011.) II. Central Thesis Drunk driving is an epidemic that continues to have severe and life threatening consequences for those involved, if we simply take a few steps against drunk driving we can help decrease this epidemic. III. Body A. Need: Drunk driving occurs everyday, and many lives are taken because of one person choice. 1. Every 52 minutes on average, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash (10,288

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  • Drinking and Driving

    anti-drinking and driving advertisements on university-aged students. “Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among 16 to 25 year olds, and alcohol and/or drugs are a factor in 55% of those crashes” (Madd, 2013). Increasing the effectiveness of anti-drinking and driving advertisements could be a solution to this critically high mortality rate in young people. The main purpose of this study is to better understand the effect of positive and negative anti-drinking and driving advertisements

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  • Driving

    friendlier driver license experience and a safer Texas. One step toward achieving this important goal is to improve the Texas Driver’s Handbook by providing you with accurate information on traffic laws, clear images of road signs, examples of common driving situations, and general safety tips. We have also included special tips in the margins to emphasize important information you need to know. Although the Texas Driver’s Handbook has been revised, its primary purpose remains the same: 1) to help you

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  • Driving

    designed to support extensive driving. Other safety features found on highways may include guard rails, street lights and electronic notification signs. These features, as well as vehicle safety technologies, are in place to protect drivers from the dangers inherent in driving. However, the number one cause of collisions is driver error. Traffic safety is the primary responsibility of all highway users. You can carry out this responsibility by practicing safe and courteous driving behavior. Texas has a highway

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  • Drinking and Driving

    Intent Driving under the influence has been a troublesome thing for everyone; especially the younger ages being 16 to 25 year old die more and or get DWI (driving while intoxicated) Texas Department Of Public safety has announced that there have been more deaths of alcohol than any other disaster that has happened over the years this being, tornados, volcano’s, etc.…. I Wish to tell you and others the major consequences that have came from drinking and driving and hope to influence

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  • Problem Solution Essasy Drunk Driving

    essay drunk driving[Writer’s name] [Professor’s name] [Course title] [Date] DRUNK DRIVING: PROBLEM SOLUTION ESSAY Drunk driving also called driving under influence is a crime because it is illegal to drive with blood levels of alcohol in excess of a certain limit. Drivers having high blood alcohol content (BAC) are at higher risk to death or injuries due to accidents. According to National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. 32 percent of accidents are the results of drunk driving

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  • A Satire on Drugs

    Makeda Day English 401 23 February 2015 A Satire On Drugs I would like to speak to you all on a very important human right that has been taken away from us. This right, that I speak of, is the freedom to take, smoke, inhale, or inject any narcotic of your choice. Drugs are fun and drugs are good for many problems you might have in your life or any ones you need to get away from. Not only are they beneficial to you, but they improve society. Drugs have the opportunity to lower cost of education

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  • Distracted Driving

    statistical analysis for the Travelers Home Assurance co. of Chicago, was a featured speaker for a Freeport Rotary Club luncheon held at the Barton Hotel today. Johnson’s speech was entitled, “How to Cope with the Traffic Toll,” emphasizing the risks of drunk driving and what can be done to reduce the numbers. Johnson began by stating that highway fatalities are the leading cause of accidental death, with grinding traffic accidents killing about 40,000 men, women and children every year. “Not a pleasant

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  • Satire Devices

    to Youth”) and “Beseechingly, urgingly…” 10. Slang--an informal nonstandard vocabulary composed typically of coinages, arbitrarily changed words, and extravagant, forced, or facetious figures of speech 11. synonyms wit, humor, irony, sarcasm, satire, repartee mean a mode of expression intended to arouse amusement. a. wit suggests the power to evoke laughter by remarks showing verbal felicity or ingenuity and swift perception especially of the incongruous . b. humor implies an

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  • Drunk Driving

    Three people are killed every two hours due to alcohol-related highway car crashes (Drunk). The state of Virginia and even the United States of America continues to let off driving while under the influence of alcohol with minor punishments that do not even ensure the ongoing safety of the drivers on the road. The punishment for a first offender should be imprisonment to make the roads a safer place. The penalties set in place now does not ensure that the offender does not get behind the wheel of

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  • Driving

    Correct: 3 inches Question 3: What is the minimum age to get a license? Correct: 16 with an approved driver education course Question 4: What is the maximum fine for a conviction of driving without a valid driver license? Correct: $200 Question 5: Your driver license may be suspended for: Correct: Habitual reckless driving Question 6: Uninsured drivers become subject to license and vehicle registration suspension when accident damages amount to: Correct: At least $1000 to property of one person

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  • Satire

                              ​     King arthur satire essay    Chivalry was the great code of conduct respected by the knights and heroes during the romantic medieval  era. Marked by honor, courtesy, and generosity, chivalry included  skill, valor, loyalty to both God and  the king, having  sympathy towards the sick, oppressed. Within the same general area of chivalry was  courtly love. The men fought to attain their ladys affections and love by waging war in their name, or by  romancing them

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  • Satire

    Heaven by Mark Twain, Captain Stormfield gives his account of his time in heaven. Patricia Glinton-Meicholas also gives an account of heaven in the extract from How to Be a True-True Bahamian. Both extracts discuss their expectations of heaven, using satire to expose people’s vices. The extracts although seemingly similar are very different, both have a different view on what heaven should be given through the eyes of two very different people. Glinton-Meicholas gives a view of heaven through a modern

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  • Political Satire

    Your Name Instructor’s Name Course Name Date of Submission POLITICAL SATIRE Thesis Statement Political satire does in various ways alter the political history as it strengthens and accompanies political accomplishments. Political satire aims to inform individuals about matters pertaining to the general public as well as issues interconnected to government and politics, in a lighter but educational manner. It not only acts as a curative means to entertain citizens but also has a substantial

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  • Texting and Driving

    Texting while driving is the act of composing, sending, reading text messages, email, or making other similar use of the web on a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle. The practice has been viewed by many people and authorities as dangerous. It has also been ruled as the cause of some motor vehicle accidents, and in some places has been outlawed or restricted. Texting while driving leads to increased distraction behind the wheel. In 2006, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group conducted a survey

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  • Satire

    Ally Paakola Satire English 12 4/1/16 The True Solution Obese children cause any problems, for their parents, teachers, and fellow youth. They are lazy, unmotivated, and generally pessimistic. 1 in 3 children and adolescence, aged 2-19 are obese, this is triple the rate from a generation ago. The impact these children have on the world is immense. Obese children cause problems at home, in school, and everywhere else they go. They make their parents spend hundreds of thousands of dollars

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  • Drunk Driving

    Drinking and driving is a word that everyone in the United States has heard at least once in their life. It’s one of the leading causes of death, and has been a relevant problem in America’s society ever since the introduction of the automobile. In regards to preventing drunk driving, they’re many things that can be done to stop impaired drivers. The first solution I always impose amongst my audience is the idea of higher education. If you look at developed countries, like Portugal for example,

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  • Drunk Driving

    The social issue I picked to write on is drunk driving, which in today’s society has become a huge issue. Back when I started driving, drunk driving was not looked upon the same as it does today. People who were involved in an alcohol related crash or accident were usually not punished like they are today. Along with that driving under the influence carried a well less penalty then it does today. Driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things you can do. There is a mass

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  • Drinking and Driving

    corner n°1 Drinking and driving The text October 18, 2011, The NY times Friends Still Let Friends Drive Drunk By BARRON H. LERNER, M.D. On Sept. 15, Matthew Grape, 21, got into the passenger seat of a car with one of his Duke University fraternity brothers. The driver hit a tree, escaping with minor injuries, but killing his dear friend. According to local press reports, the driver was charged with impaired driving. Nearly 11,000 deaths related to alcohol-impaired driving still occur each year

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  • Slam Drunk

    The Slam Drunk In any business plan, strategy is the key to a successful business. One needs to have short-term and long-term goals to have an effective strategy plan. The stakeholders and the organization need to be on the same page so that they can implement a plan. Communication is also necessary from parties to develop a vision statement, mission statement, and values of the organization. This paper will explain these strategic goals while also explain the business culture, social responsibility

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  • Satire - Simpsons

    Throughout the years, the Simpsons has effectively used satire to point out the discrepancies in society. Satire comments on and criticizes society. The Simpsons episode, “Two cars in every garage three eyes on every fish” is used as a satirical commentary on contemporary society. Firstly, the episode uses satire to criticize political actions and views in society. Secondly, it uses satire to criticize moral values and lastly, it uses satire to criticize social incongruity. Thesis: The Simpson episode

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