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Anatomy
Course
ANA300Y1
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Semester
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By: Yusuf Date: Monday February 10, 2014 Drug dealing, violence, and gangs ‘’Sometimes I've been to a party where no one spoke to me for a whole evening. The men, frightened by their wives or sweeties, would give me a wide berth. And the ladies would gang up in a corner to discuss my dangerous character’’. Marilyn Monroe I chose this topic because everywhere around the world kids, teens, and adults drop out of school to go sell drugs, become violent, and become gangsters. Introductory I want to bring this to people around the world is attention because every minute that we don’t do anything there’s one kid dropping out of school. I want to bring this to people is attention so we can make a difference around the world and it would help all those out there a lot. So let’s take and stand and tell people that it is bad for you to drop out of school First point Why kids, teens, and adults do it? They do it because they feel that if they leave their family and drop to sell drugs, become gangsters and become violent they may feel that they will have a better life and people will be encouraged to keep doing and will sacrifices everything they have to go be in a gang and then lose their life at the end. Second point A majority of students said that they were not motivated to work hard, but that they would have worked harder had their teachers demanded more. Seventy percent believed that they could have graduated if they had tried to work hard and cared about what they were doing. Many students g
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