Category Archives: jcirrs

Rebuttal Rewrite—jcirrs

SeaWorld should not be shut down. If the park were to be shut down, the captive animals would not be able know how to survive. All of the current captive orca whales were either captured more than 35 years ago … Continue reading

Posted in A12: Rebuttal Rewrite, jcirrs | 3 Comments

Open Strong—jcirrs

SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment claims to have been providing personal, interactive and education experiences with wildlife sea creatures for more than 50 years. The park creates orca shows year-round featuring “specialized” whale trainers. They take the responsibility to have held … Continue reading

Posted in E12: How to Open, jcirrs | Leave a comment

Rebuttal—jcirrs

SeaWorld should not be shut down. If the park were to be shut down, the captive animals would not be able know how to survive. All of the current captive orca whales were either captured more than 35 years ago … Continue reading

Posted in A09: Rebuttal Argument, jcirrs | 1 Comment

Rebuttal Exercise – jcirrs

Antagonistic 3: Strikes Down Ag-Gag Law “Idaho’s so-called “ag-gag” law, which outlawed undercover investigations of farming operations, is no more. A judge in the federal District Court for Idaho decided Monday that it was unconstitutional, citing First Amendment protections for free … Continue reading

Posted in E11: Rebuttal Exercise, jcirrs | Leave a comment

Causal Argument—jcirrs

Causal Argument: SeaWorld is putting trainers in danger -trainers are not marine biologists, they’re performers -orcas are wild animals, expect the unexpected -after many attacks, SeaWorld no longer allows trainers to be in the water with the animals We trust … Continue reading

Posted in A08: Causal Argument, jcirrs | 2 Comments

Definition Argument—jcirrs

Beloved animals are close to our hearts. Whether it is a pet or wild, everyone has a favorite animal. What if you were told that your favorite animal was endangered? This means that a specific species of creatures are seriously … Continue reading

Posted in A07: Definition Argument, jcirrs | 3 Comments

E10-jcirrs

Money seems to have a huge impact 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 is not visable. In today’s society we must believe in the government and the … Continue reading

Posted in E10: Enough About You, jcirrs | Leave a comment