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    Though most of society is aware of the harmful effects of alcohol, many do not realize the harm that energy drinks can play, especially when consumed alongside alcohol. Can energy drinks, which can be purchased by just about anyone, really be that dangerous? Research located in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research Journal has found that combining the consumption of energy drinks and alcohol together may in fact intensity one another, resulting in additional negative effects than one would receive drinking the two alone. This study consisted of an online survey done by 403 Australians between ages 18 to 35 who had consumed alcohol mixed with energy drinks in the last 6 months. Unfortunately, many people are guilty of drinking alcohol, and often use energy drinks are mixers, or even just have one on the side, not knowing the danger they are putting themselves in. Energy drinks are said by the market to be super energy-boosting, or even healthy, but this is far from the case. Many of these energy drinks, such as Red Bull, have no reported ingredients that actually promote energy,…

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    Partying on the Weekend For my observation I went to a house party in town on Saturday night. It was a tightly packed house, meaning there were little rooms and a lot of people. The tight quarters in the house forces people to interact with one another. In order to move from one end of the house to the other some interaction had to take place. The party was slow until about 11 p.m. when a huge swarm of people started showing up. Some walking into the house while others were stumbling or getting…

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    Alcohol Case Study

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    There are many different kinds of alcohol, the commonest being called ethyl alcohol. Ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, is present in varying amounts in beers and wines, and in distilled liquors such as whiskey, gin, and rum. Alcohol consumption touches many million people around the world. The use of alcohol depends on an individual’s social, cultural, or religious…

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    About seventeen years ago, on September 19, 1999, at four o’clock in the morning, a horrible tragedy occurred. Natalia Bennett was driving her and four friends home from a birthday party. Then suddenly, a boy named Reggie Stephey drifted over the center lane and crashed into Bennett’s car. Stephey had been drinking that night with his friends and thought he was capable driving home under the influence of alcohol. He obviously was not capable. Stephey planned on attending college with an athletic…

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    The Black Cat Addiction

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    In America alone, about twenty-three million five hundred thousand people suffer from addiction. In The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe, the narrator is facing major character change due to an addiction to alcohol. Addiction to alcohol is the major cause for the evil mentality of the narrator. He used to be a loving family man, but since he was intaking such high amounts of alcohol, he has become a criminally insane menace. He lived happily with his wife and numerous pets, but his all time…

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    How my life relates to “In a Prominent Bar in Secaucus One Day” I enjoyed X. J. Kennedy’s narrative poem “In a Prominent Bar in Secaucus One Day.” The poem was enjoyable as it was easy to read, straightforward, and entertaining. The author’s irony by stating in the title that it is a “prominent bar,” made me laugh. As Secaucus is known as a grungy farm town, and there is nothing prominent about it. The setting for this poem is actually a dive bar that caters to blue-collar workers, in…

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    Men's Restroom Etiquette It is commonly understood by most men, that while in public restrooms, one is expected to keep one's distance from other men, do not use a urinal directly next to another man when another is available, do not make eye contact, do not engage in conversation, and don’t spend more time than is necessary in the restroom. The Rules I decided to work with a very simple set of rules for my experiment; I had to be as close as possible to my subjects, make direct eye contact,…

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    When he got the job offer from my company, he was 27 years old in Korean age, and it was relatively early compared to other university students. I thought he was a very quiet and shy man, but, consequently it was a wrong idea. He really loved to travel, shopping, meet women, and drink alcohol. Sometimes, he overslept, and was late for work because he had drunken a lot of alcohol the night before. In my case, because I lived with my parents, my mom always woke up me to avoid being late for…

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    needs to change perceptions of what behaviour is socially acceptable while intoxicated.” Says TheAge. This can be done through our education. Awareness needs to be raised and parents need to be re-educated on the dangers of drinking to their kids. Australia’s culture has gone way too far, other countries believe us to be drunks, and Australia day is viewed as being a day to get drunk and nasty. What a stereotype to be placed on Australia! There were 54000 cases of protective custody, that…

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    There are three sides to every story: One person’s side, the other person’s side, and the truth. This is no different for the Boston Massacre. The Boston Massacre took place in March 5, 1770 in the streets of Boston. Some people believe that the colonists were more responsible for the death of the 5 colonists. Others, including myself, believe that the Redcoats were more responsible. I believe this for the following reasons: 1. The Redcoat who started this was drunk, 2. They used extreme force…

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