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    Sherry Turkle would roughly predict the cell phone trend line would be increased as we move from left to right on the graph. Based on her argument, strong tie relationships will decline as people substitute them with weak tie relationships. More specifically, Turkle states that people are more likely to focus on the virtual community in order to connect with others and avoid too close intimacy. For instance, people do texting while they have chatting and constantly check online email even though…

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    Car Battery Failure

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    Have you thought about your car battery recently? It's important to do so every once in awhile. Battery failure is currently considered the leading cause of car breakdown in the United Kingdom. Your battery is absolutely vital to both starting your car, as well. The spark plugs cannot fire on without a charged one, even if the rest of the vehicle is completely fine. It could be worth far too much to neglect it. The most common type of failure is down to the battery simply running out of…

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    if they are different, they all are busy in different things. So, he tells the story to us because it will effect on us if we continue doing this. Look how we cannot go anywhere without cellphones. But 20 years ago, people were travelling without phones. I think the audience is appropriate because we as young people will be the population and the whole world will change. 4- I usually go to Einstein Bros in lunch break. I go there at least two times per week. There is man who sit in the store…

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    Black Mirror Predications

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    The Black Mirror rough draft What are predications? They foretell what might happen in the future to people or even objects. We can see many different predications in movies, TV shows, and even books. Some predications can come true just in a matter of years and maybe in months. In the Netflix TV show, The Black Mirror shows many predictions of where our world is coming to now days. In the episode, Nosedive, we see many different things that shows how we could become in the future. One…

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    Prince Sports Case Study

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    The factors that work for Prince Sports is that the company has been very technologically innovative. Prince Sports is known for inventing that first “oversize” and “long body” racquets, the first “synthetic gut” tennis string and the first “Natural Foot Shape” tennis shoe (Kerin & Hartley, 2017, p. 260). Prince Sports has gained a great reputation from their long line of innovation. Prince Sport has have a strong success in the social force by utilizing all kinds of social media to reach their…

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    Johnnie Cochran Fallacy

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    When reading Johnnie Cochran's closing argument one specific fallacy that stuck out to me was, a “disconnect between proof and conclusion” as Cochran’s presented a single moment as a representation O.J.’s behavior for an entire time period. This example is similar to Heinrichs’s example of the past not being able to prove the present. Heinrichs describes how some people say they are a safe drivers because they haven’t been in a car accident yet; however, this is a fallacy because their past…

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    Claim: Kids today have lots of technology to keep them entertained today, wherever they go. When I was a kid, that was not exactly the case. I didn't have a cell phone by my side or in front of my face at all. When in a car, I didn't have a television to watch movies on until I was eight years old, and even then, I had grown so used to not having it, I never really watched it. I didn't have portable game devices until I was fourteen. The most important stage of life is a person's childhood,…

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    cautious, and reckless. All have different habits while driving but still are just as dangerous. Distracted drivers are the most dangerous out of the three. People are too busy paying attention to their phones instead of watching the road. The average person takes five seconds minimum looking at their phone while driving. Another habit distracted drivers have is people grooming themselves. Some examples are people doing their makeup or fixing their hair in the mirrors. People enjoying their…

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    Imagine being on a field one minute and then in a hospital the next. That is how many sports players have it. When you are in sports you risk your health and even your life. Many sports players get concussions and sometimes worse. To begin with, In source one it is showing that playing sports will cost their health and even sometimes life. I can prove this because the text is showing that continuing to play might cost them their health and possibly even their life. Another reason…

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    15. Dale Earnhardt – Daytona (2001) Dale Earnhardt, who is also known as “the Intimidator”, was considered NASCAR’s most popular driver. He was very aggressive and determined. He has his own style of driving, which has gained the admiration and approval of his diehard fans even up to this day. Earnhardt’s career ended when he met a tragic accident during the final lap of the Daytona 500 in 2001. During the race, Earnhardt’s was trying to block the other racers to stop them from catching his…

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