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Open Strong- ifurreadingthisits2l8

Using heroine has been heavily shamed in most societies, but what if the idea of drug addicts using heroine was supported instead of shamed? Vancouver seems to be one of the few cities in the world taking this initiative to … Continue reading

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A09: Rebuttal Argument- ifurreadingthisits2l8

The clean needle exchange program has been proven to offer a variety of benefits. Author Sam Savage argues in his article “Why a Needle-Exchange Program is a Bad Idea” that giving clean needles out doesn’t discourage people to stop using … Continue reading

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Causal Argument—ifurreadingthisits2l8

Giving heroine addicts clean needles and free heroine has been a controversial topic in Vancouver. Supplying drug addicts with the means to use clean needles for free in a controlled environment has been proven to reduce the spread of disease. … Continue reading

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E10- ifurreadingthisits2l8

Money seems to have a big role in our society; we can’t do much or get far if we don’t have any. Money is valuable in different ways, even when it can’t be seen physically. In today’s society we must … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite—ifurreadingthisits2l8

0:01 The ad starts with a dark, empty classroom. On the one wall you can see some sunlight from the windows streaming in. In the room older-looking, wooden desks and a chalk board. Indicating that the classroom might be older, … Continue reading

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Giving heroine addicts the exact tools to help them continue using heroine seems counterintuitive. In my research I expect to learn how useful giving these addicts clean needles, and a safe place to do drugs actually effects their overdose rates … Continue reading

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