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    Stephanie Morisset Professor Cinda Kane ENC 1101 (Noon) 11 September 2015 Meditation Essay Screech! The driver of the minivan suddenly attempts to stop in order to avoid a collision with the driver of an Audi, who carelessly ignored the rules of a red light. In those seconds everything seemed to have slowed down, prolonged to make every moment count for the minivan driver. Time had slowed down nearly to a stop so he was able to remember all the memories he made to land in this exact moment of his life. Why is it that most often it is in moments of boredom or grave danger that we reflect on the life we have lived? Many people have lived lives filled with twists and turns, achievements and disappointments, simplicity and complexity within the beginning and end of the spectrum we call life. All of these characteristics of life can be compared to the curves of the letter S. We all have experienced ups and downs of our own, whether it was losing your favorite doll as a toddle or going through a relationship breakup, they are…

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    Identify Types Of Drivers

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    personality quite the same as another, but all drivers have certain characteristics that helps determine how they are labeled. Every driver is different; however, there are three categories that they can be grouped into: the overly cautious driver, the normal driver, and the reckless driver. The overly cautious driver is the first category of vehicle operators and they are known to move extremely slow, go above and beyond to obey all laws, and enjoy the silence. Overly cautious drivers are…

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    Taxi Driver Thesis

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    Taxi Driver is a 1976 movie directed by Martin Scorsese, produced by Julia and Michael Phillips, music by Bernard Hermann. With a great plot and engage music Travis Bickle the main character of story, a , is a lonely and a depressed 26-year-old living in New York City. He is a taxi driver with his chronic insomnia, driving passengers every night around the city. Travis feel in love with Betsy, a campaign volunteer for Senator and presidential candidate Charles Palantine. Travis succeeds in…

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    May 29, 1955. He was 25 years old when he attempted the assassination of President Ronald Reagan. Hinckley had developed an obsession for an actress Jodie Foster. When he viewed the movie Taxi Driver a 1976 movie by Martin Scorsese’s, which was about a woman who tries to convince a taxi driver to assassinate the president in order to win her over. Hinckley had viewed this movie dozens of times and obsessively watched and listen to the movies soundtrack. He read the book the Fan which was what…

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    Drunk Drivers Case Study

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    Drivers who drive under the influence take many individuals’ lives. If you take the risk to drive drunk, then you should be liable off all actions that you will be accounted for, by which mean take full responsibility of their actions. The reasons they need to take responsibility is they account for a large amount of unsuspected deaths. Just like Zane. Zane was a three-year-old little boy just beginning his life when a drunk driver fatally hit his father, when his family was traveling home. His…

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    Why Do Drivers Suspension

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    that is universal across the country, citizens have a better understanding of driving. With a standardized system incorporated across the United States, drivers will break less rules, have fewer accidents, and cause less fatalities. Having a strict regulation, will create drivers who are lease likely to break the rules of the road. Breaking multiple rules of the road or having an impressive fine for a traffic violation, should result in a license suspension. The driver has clearly proven they…

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    What do you think about driver-less cars? Let’s talk about the cons about driver-less cars, were going to state a few reasons against them, they should not be produced until they do further research and more safety tests, the type of car/use gas or electricity, and who's paying for damages caused by the cars. First of all, they should focus on the research and several tests on the cars for instance, fuel, and safety/speed control.Accordingly nobody wants to do something with no background…

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    Drunk drivers who cause accidents with fatalities should be charged with murder. There should be no surprise that drunk driving is a immense problem in our country. The penalties for drunk driving have increased because of the impact it causes on families who lose their children, fathers, mothers, or other family members to death and/or disability. So when individual take the risk of drinking and driving, they are taking the risk on the lives that are out there and of their own. People who…

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    Action needs to be taken about drunk drivers in America. Because of all of the intoxicated people getting behind the wheel, thousands of people end up losing their lives a year; therefore, the State should suspend drunk driver’s license. Not only can this teach them a valuable lesson, it can save thousands of lives and billions of dollars in damages. People only have one life, so it is the most precious thing in this world. To keep the roads and people safe, drunk drivers need a more severe…

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    So after I watched the “Lives Affected Video” I started to think about how dangerous drunk and drinking drivers really are. As I started to think some more I realized that I think there are more drunk and drinking drivers than we think and that we are lucky that more people haven’t gotten hurt. There are impacts that drunk drivers have on innocent people and that they are in danger just because a drunk man/woman decided to get on the road ways and drive him/herself home. If an accident did occur…

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