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000 A Year Hundred Percent
1,356 wordsHow would you like to make $ 100, 000 a year by only working thirty hours a week? Just imagine being able to show up at your job around nine o'clock in the morning without any boss getting mad at you for being late. While picking up the keys to your brand new, company truck, you check your messages in order to see what work needs to be done during the day. You head out and make your rounds to the customers that have requested your services, and then return to the office at three o clock in the a...
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Terminally Ill Patients Pros And Cons
971 wordsIn America suicide is legal, but it is very rare to find help for an assisted suicide. Euthanasia is killing someone without having them feel pain. Many people believe that euthanasia should be legalized. views on assisted death are varied from different people. Finally, there are pros and cons to euthanasia. In order to understand euthanasia completely, views, pros and cons, and laws on this topic must be thoroughly reviewed. The laws on assisted suicide states, it is illegal. However, in the l...
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Cell Phones Cellular Phones
524 wordsThere are many advantages and disadvantages in having a cellular phone. Cell phones have some advantages over disadvantages. Today, cellular have made peoples view on them change. They have gone from becoming a nuisance to being a necessity in their pockets and purses. Cellular phones were considered a nuisance because they were distracting drivers and causing car accidents and killing people. First, a disadvantage of a having a cell phones is they can cause car accidents in two ways. For exampl...
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Consenting Adults Maximum Penalty
1,944 wordsThis essay focuses mainly on the trade of street prostitution and on women (the people who practice it most often). Women prostitutes outnumber men in a ratio of four to one. Despite the fact that prostitution is not illegal in Canada, activities closely related to the profession are penalized (i. e. procuring, keeping a bawdyhouse, communicating). This results in the infamous "Catch 22 " situation, where prostitutes face a good news-bad news scenario: prostitution is legal, but it is illegal to...
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Seven Dirty Words First Amendment Rights
2,437 wordsHow George Carlin's Filthy Words Gave the Government the Power to Regulate What We Hear on the Radio The FCC v. Pacifica Foundation: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ON RADIO BROADCASTING In 1978 a radio station owned by Pacifica Foundation Broadcasting out of New York City was doing a program on contemporary attitudes toward the use of language. This broadcast occurred on a mid-afternoon weekday. Immediately before the broadcast the station announced a disclaimer telling listeners that the program would ...
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Community Policing Police Officers
858 wordsCommunity Policing vs. Traditional Policing The way we police our communities is ever changing in society. As we approach the twenty-first century, communities differ in the way they police. The trend in the nineties is community policing, but the traditional approach is still there throughout the United States. The push has been for community policing, but there are still a great number of departments who like the traditional approach. Whether traditional or community policing, both have some g...
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Cigarette Smoke Public Places
627 wordsAccording to an article in Public Health News titled Number of? Smoke-Free Restaurants Soars, and published March 9, 1999, cigarette smoke contains over 4, 000 chemicals and exposure to environmental smoke or secondhand smoke is responsible for 1, 000 non-smoker deaths in Washington state each year. Listed below are some ideas that will help eliminate the problem of cigarette smoke ruining many meals in restaurants. In the past few years some public places have established their facilities as no...
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Metal Ions Drinking Water
2,316 wordsWater is a tasteless odorless vital element in which 90 percent of all organisms depend on to survive. It is one of the best-known ionizing agents and, is frequently called the universal solvent. Water combines with certain salts to form hydrates. It reacts with metal oxides to form acids and it also acts as a catalyst in many important chemical reactions. Not only is it essential to our health, but it is also crucial in the household and the industrial world. Every day we use water for cooking,...
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Quality Of Life Economic Incentives
969 wordsThe Importance of Community Planning Community planning is an essential part of economic development and establishment of a character unique to the community. Lack of planning leaves all development or lack thereof, up to market forces. In many cases market forces will dominate a communities identity, but they are not always perfectly aligned with the desires and values of community members. A town, city or region, left to develop without the aid of a comprehensive planning strategy may deterior...
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Cinnamon Peelers Wife Smell Me Ll Peeler
665 wordsI am the cinnamon peelers wife. Smell me (ll. 45 - 46). The Cinnamon Peeler, written by Michael Ondaatje, is a story of the relationship between a cinnamon peeler and his wife. Ondaatje uses excessive imagery as to allow his readers to visualize the interactions between this husband and wife. In the first few stanzas off the poem, Ondaatje conveys to his audience the power that this said cinnamon smell can hold. Towards the middle of the poem, the nuisance of such a fragrant smell is expressed. ...
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