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Causal Argument-Taylor Brody

Unicorns, ponies, magic, princesses and singing are just a few examples of common traits found in television shows for young girls. Disney has included these in their films, which have hit home to the aforementioned intended audience. There is one … Continue reading

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My White Paper-Taylor Brody

The Topic Background: “Brony” Culture My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (often referred to as MLP: FiM) is an animated television cartoon for young girls that debuted on The Hub network in 2010. The Hub network was created by Hasbro … Continue reading

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Critical Reading-Taylor Brody

“Should organ donation be made compulsory?” :00/1:29: “When it comes to issues of death and the hereafter, you don’t really want to take a risk. So you want to be pretty sure that if you’re signing away your organs, that … Continue reading

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Polio Source -Taylor Brody

http://www.france24.com/en/20130130-bills-gates-urges-polio-eradication-2018 Upon searching “polio eradication” in Google Search, I came upon the efforts of Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, who have been working to eradicate polio by 2018. Gates claims that polio is “almost” eradicated, but is still an … Continue reading

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Safer Saws Part 2-Taylor Brody

Manufacturers: According to The Power Tool Institute, “The additional cost to manufacturers to implement this technology is estimated to be between $150-$200 per product…” This is a definitional  claim, because The Power Tool Institute is claiming that the technology is estimated to … Continue reading

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Safer Saws Part 1-Taylor Brody

“Consumer advocates are asking the Consumer Products Safety Commission, the federal agency responsible for protecting Americans from dangerous products, to require manufacturers to include the new safety mechanism. Though the proposal was introduced in 2003, it has languished due to … Continue reading

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Money Rewrite-Taylor Brody

Debit cards, credit cards and checks: These are three common, yet relatively new forms of spending money. Instead of paying for a brand new SUV with $50,000 in cash, a customer can simply swipe a card or jot down the … Continue reading

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