Do people suffering from mental illness are nearly twice as likely to smoke cigarettes as people with no mental illness? People suffering from mental illness are nearly twice as likely to smoke cigarettes as people with no mental illness, nicotine from cigarettes to enhance their mood, relieve anxiety, and cope with stress. 4. Should we vote John Thompson or Mike Ports? F you want proven, experienced, and principled laureateship, vote Mike Ports on November 2.
5. Should we be against same-sex marriages?In a country in which one out of every two new marriages ends in a divorce, e must not discriminate against those who practice love. C-A-C EX.: True-False-True week 1: Premises: Without safety, stupid people die in accidents. With safety, however well-intentioned it may be, we are devolving into half-witted mutants, because idiots, who by all rights should be dead, are spared from their rightful early graves and are free to breed even more imbeciles. Conclusion: :Let’s do away with safety and improve our species.Week 2: Deductive: Realistic has shown that many accidents caused by using cell phone while driving. Thus, There should be a nationwide ban on all cell phone use while driving Inductive: People pay more attention in the phone when they suddenly have a call while driving.
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Therefore, there should be a nationwide ban on all cell phone use while driving. Ex.: 1.
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“Direction” is ambiguous term.