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  • Computer Fraud - 1,478 words
    As much as $40 billion are lost every year due to flourishing computer crimes. In 1993 alone, Internet, the world wide system of computer networks, was swindled out of approximately $2 billion, and about $50 million were stolen from various companies such as GTE Corp., AT&T, Bell Atlantic and MCI ( Meyer and Underwood 45). Ironically these same organizations have been collaborating with software manufacturers for an expanded software production ( Cook 53 ). Multinational corporations and international authorities are threatened by these innumerable white collar crimes since such crimes are most difficult to prevent, and/or detect and highly profitable to the offenders ( Stern and Stern 525 ) ...
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  • Asbestoswhats This Stuff - 1,330 words
    Six months ago, my husband and I purchased a small piece of property in Manhattan, Kansas to start our own computer repair business. The property was in desperate need of remodeling, but we needed to keep expenses to a minimium in order to make any profit. We had two other employees besides ourselves at this time, but as business started to pick up, we had to hire five more technicians to keep up with all the orders that were coming in. Our space was getting limited and then we were left with the decision that it was now time to get ready to remodel the building. We hired our own staff to help with the remodeling, at their request for the overtime and their experience with this type of work. ...
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  • Deciding For The Bomb - 853 words
    There are many reasons that the Atomic bomb was used on Japan. There are many that criticize the bombing, but I support it. The main reasons for President Harry Truman decided to drop the bomb were, to save lives (American Lives), to bring about a quicker resolution to the war, and to send a message to the world that we now had military supremacy. Growing up in a military family, (with a dad a Vietnam vet, and a grandfather who would have fought in Japan if we had invaded), may have biased my personal opinions, but in my mind it is all a matter of numbers when it comes to war. War is a matter of how many lives each side has to waste, and who runs low first generally surrenders. War is hate b ...
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  • Analysis Of A Firm - 2,282 words
    The Twentieth Century was profoundly affected by the innovations of Henry Ford. The invention of the automobile gave opportunities to multitudes of people. These opportunities were not just in transportation, but in occupation as well. Today, no matter where a Ford is produced, the consumer knows that they are receiving a high quality product. The reason for this is that the majority of Ford vehicle parts are designed by Ford engineers, manufactured in Ford plants and assembled in Ford product lines. When you purchase a Ford product, you are truly purchasing Ford quality. Ford is the number two manufacturer of automobiles, second only to the General Motors Corporation. This paper will analyz ...
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  • The Real Possibilities Of Cloning - 1,215 words
    On February 22, 1999 news was announced that Dolly the lamb was the first successful animal cloned. Unlike the other cloning experiments done over the past 15 years, this was the first successful clone made with an adult cell. The cell was used to activate and program the egg from which Dolly grew. Past clones involved using the cell from a fertilized embryo in the early stages of development. As news of Ian Willmut's cloned lamb got out across the globe, many people feared what they thought could possibly never come true. With the technology to clone identical animals, can humans be cloned too? Since then topic of discussion throughout the scientific world has centered on the cloning of hum ...
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  • Organ Donation - 2,186 words
    ... locally first. Mickey Mantle got his liver quickly because he was classified the most critically needy patient in the Dallas area (Adato). The fifth myth is the minority candidates wait longer owing to bias in the system. In fact, no consideration is given to race, only to medical facts. In many transplants the necessary matching antigens are more likely to occur between people of similar race or ethnicity. Blacks are one of the lowest groups to give to organ donation. All other organs can be shared between people of different race, ethnicity or gender (Adato). The sixth myth is that religion prohibits organ sharing. In fact, only Orthodox Judaism opposed organ donation; and now attitude ...
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  • Technology Is It Good Or Bad - 829 words
    Matthew Fox is the president of the University of Creation Spirituality and co-director of the Naropa Institute's program in creation spirituality. Fox states his distorted views of what the world is coming to in an article called Kosovo, Columbine, and Evil. These are the views of a radical who thinks many of the accomplishments of our time are destroying us as a society. Fox mentions that the earth is destroying itself by its technological culture. Technology has improved the way of life for all and it is the only way we will survive. The benefits from our technological achievements can not be measured. I am not advocating pollution but some things must be sacrificed for our, greatest of i ...
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  • Eye For An Eye - 882 words
    An Eye for an Eye As an American citizen, one receives the rights of life, liberty, and property. If someone is to rob one of these freedoms of life, the court should also take away his or her freedom. Murderers in the United Stated receive too little of a punishment when they kill another human being. Reinstating the death penalty has hardly deterred criminals. This is because of the easy sentences that criminals can receive after they murder another human being. Presently in the United States, the average sentence for murder is six years. If a person were to kill someone when they were twenty-three years old, they would be out roaming the streets again before they reach the age of thirty. ...
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  • Traffic Safety - 918 words
    Driving an automobile is a risky and dangerous activity. Every day, tragic accidents make the headlines in newspapers and on the evening TV news. Driving is an essential part of day-to-day living for most people, and yet this ordinary means of getting from one place to another can be deadly. With so many people of all ages on the road, practicing traffic safety is a must. Among the most important steps to take for a safer driving experience are knowing the possible dangers associated with driving, learning simple first-aid techniques, and being aware of how to safely transport children. From the moment they get behind the wheel, drivers are vulnerable to many possible dangers. The best strat ...
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  • The Right To Bear Arms - 1,065 words
    [1] Cottrol, Robert, ed. Gun Control and the Constitution: Sources and Explorations on the Second Amendment. New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1994 [2] Dowlut, Robert. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms in State Bills of Rights and Judicial [3] Freedman, Warren. The Privilege to Keep and Bear Arms. Connecticut: Quorum Books, [4] Hickok, Eugene Jr., ed. The Bill of Rights: Original Meaning and Current Understanding. Virginia: University Press of Virginia, 1991 [5] Kruschke, Earl PHD. Gun Control: A Reference Handbook. California: ABC-CLIO Inc., [6] Image on the cover page taken from TIME. Photographer unknown. [7] Prune Yard Shopping Center v. Robins, 447 U.S. 74, 81 (1980) [8] Zimring, Frankli ...
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  • Deterrence - 530 words
    The death penalty seems to be a controversial issue for most people. Supporters claim that it eliminates repeat offenders, deters potential murderers, and is the ultimate retribution. Opponents denounce it as murder, say that it does not cause deterrence but rather promotes violence, and claim that it introduces the chance of an innocent person being executed. Of all the arguments presented by both sides, one seems to be more compelling and crucial than the rest-deterrence. Will the use of the death penalty cause potential murderers to be less likely to commit murder? Deterrence may sound like a dull word, but think of the implications. If the death penalty really causes deterrence, then usi ...
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  • Mandatory Drug Testing - 1,880 words
    It has become all too common for governmental institutions across the nation to pass rules saying that certain people are subject to random drug testing. The central question that is raised deals with the righteousness of being subjected to testing even when there is no overwhelming warrant. Under the protection of the unreasonable search and seizures, including bodily searches, in the fourth amendment of the constitution, certain people, such as students and welfare recipients, to name a few, feel that their rights as citizens and human beings are being violated when they have to submit to mandatory drug tests, but on the other side there are those who believe that if someone is willing to ...
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  • A Time To Die - 874 words
    Active euthanasia is a necessary course of action and should be allowed as long as the decision is being made by the family members or the patient themselves. The American Medical Association claims active euthanasia is against its policy, but improving the quality of life for a patient is, so what happens if the patients life could be made better by ending it? In a statement by the American Medical Association, they claim the intentional termination of the life of one human being by another mercy killing-is contrary to that for which the medical profession stands and is contrary to the policy of the American Medical Association. The American Medical Associations policy is to save lives and ...
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  • Computers - 1,677 words
    ... not be developed to its current state. Since the computers invention, society has changed drastically. Computer technology is so helpful, that it is even used to create newer, better computer equipment. Almost everything today is linked in some way, to computers. Before computers were invented, very little was known about outer space. With the technology we have now, we are learning new things everyday. Computers are used to follow the paths of asteroids and predict their future movements. On 6 December 1997, a mile-wide asteroid was discovered by astronomer Jim Scotti, a member in the University of Arizona's Spacewatch group. He used a 77-year-old telescope along with an electric camera ...
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  • Cell Phones Ban The Bans - 967 words
    A young girl riding in her mothers car is killed when a driver, talking on his cell phone, runs a stop sign in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Further south in a suburb of Camden, New Jersey, a driver ploughs through a group of pedestrians. An elderly couple dies as a result of his efforts to retrieve a dropped cigarette. In western Ohio, a driver causes serious injury to a father and son on their way home from a fishing expedition. The offending driver was changing stations on his radio and unknowingly drifted into oncoming traffic. These are all tragic stories of accidents that could have been avoided. All of these incidents are also covered in most states by existing careless driving laws. ...
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  • Malcolm X - 740 words
    Hero is defined as many things. One is a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability. A hero could also be a man admired for his achievements and noble qualities. A hero is a person that shows great courage and is an object of extreme admiration and devotion. When people think of a hero, they usually think of a strong and big man like Superman and Batman. Their whole life is dedicated to saving lives and helping people. To me someone who helps save lives is a hero, but there is also another type of hero. It can be someone who stands up for their rights and tries to change something that many people think could never be changed. Malcolm X is ...
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  • Animal Rights - 1,511 words
    Do you think a rat should have the right to go up to your table and eat with you? No, of course not. We are higher up in the world. This is what animal right activists are fighting for. They say give animals the rights they deserve. The truth is if we give animals rights, we will be putting them on the same level as the human race. I know that I do not want to be on the same level as a rat. Animals should not have rights! The use of animals in medical research is necessary in developing safe and effective medicines for treating human diseases. Genetics has allowed the creation of better, more precise mouse models for many serious human conditions, including cancer, cystic fibrosis and muscul ...
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  • The Best Years Of Our Life - 894 words
    Descriptive essay written by Amy Retterath From the time we were born until now, so many amazing things have accumulated in our brains and in our hearts. Everyday is a new adventure in which new memories are created. Some things slowly fade with time, but the more important things stay forever vividly pungent in our minds. I believe that the memories that are made in high school are the ones that will undoubtedly be kept close with you for the rest of your life. Our senior year is definitely going to be the best year we've had yet. It is overflowing with wonderful things. The many events we have attended and the many more to come make our faces seem to stretch wide with happiness, but yet, d ...
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  • The Drug Commonly Known As Ecstasy - 706 words
    The drug commonly known as ecstasy, is a designer drug that is increasingly affecting the health and taking the lives of teens, college students, and young professionals around the world and needs to be put to a stop. Ecstasy, or MDMA, is a synthetic, psychoactive, mind altering drug with hallucinogenic and amphetamine like properties. Many problems users run across when taking the drug ecstasy include, psychological difficulties, including confusion, depression, sleep problems, drug craving, severe anxiety, and paranoia during and sometimes weeks after taking. There had also been psychotic episodes reported. Some physical symptoms include muscle tension, involuntary teeth clenching, nausea, ...
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  • Television Violence - 1,961 words
    The other day while I was in a local McDonalds, I noticed a disturbing scene. A father and two young boys were waiting in line to get an early lunch. The younger of the two boys lay dozing off, while the other more energetic ran around, playing with things as most five years olds do. The young boy walking around saw a toy that was claimed to be included in the infamous Happy Meal. He pleaded quietly with his father, who told him that he would get whatever toy came with the meal. Unsatisfied, the little boy started to cry, and then proceeded to throw a fit. The father, seemingly at a loss for words told the boy to calm down. The little boy then threw himself on the floor and started to kick. ...
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