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    Laws against animal cruelty such as anti-abuse laws, condition laws, and laws pertaining to supplying sufficient food and nutrients, somewhat aid in the ongoing pursuit of ending puppy mills, yet do not manage to completely outlaw puppy mills, due to exceptions and lack of interest from the public a...
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    “The dogs are usually emaciated, dehydrated and crawling with fleas. Often, their bodies are a mass of infected sores; puss oozes from their eyes and feces mat their fur. In winter, they're found shivering in frozen pens; in summer, they gasp in the heat” (Gorrie). This horrifying image, de...
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    Is the seemingly innocuous, fictional movie, Twilight, a danger to teenage girls everywhere? Edward Cullen, the dashing vampire heartthrob, is affecting girls of all ages from the U.S to the U.K, and instigating infatuation in many. The question at hand debates whether Twilight is a negative or posi...
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    Dear Mitch Albom, My life used to be a series of meaningless days that seemed to be flying by me at the speed of light. Another ordinary day came and went, and another, and another. Each day the same, get up, go to school, go to sports practice, go home, homework, bed, and repeat. The pattern c...
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    Modern day technological advancements are constantly seen throughout every aspect of life. Cell phones, portable Internet availability, laptop computers, iPods, mp3 players of every brand, and many other devices, are everywhere. They seem to possess unending possible detriments, but, along with such...
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    Imagine two men applying for the Ivy League college of their dreams. The first man ranks in the top 10 percent of his high school graduating class, earns a 2400 SAT score, and has been the star athlete his last two years of high school. He also receives numerous awards for the community service he h...

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