Book Marks Exercise A

Book Marks Exercise A - Nicole Ionadi EngCmp 0200 MWF...

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Nicole Ionadi EngCmp 0200 MWF 2-2:50 Nmi5@pitt.edu McClanahan’s Sentences: 1. Whatever had held us together in high school – intramural sports, glee club, the senior-class play- was light-years away. 2. Over the next weeks I started taking long drives on country roads, staring at the yellow lines and thinking how easy it would b to pull the wheel to the left, into the incoming truck, which was heavy enough, I was sure, to bear the impact without killing its driver. (I didn’t want to kill anyone, not even myself. I just wanted not to live. There’s a difference.) My Sentences: 1. The tasks Singer asks his audience to do – donate $200, keep our outdated television sets, eat at home rather than going out- are extremely difficult to actually do, even though they are easy to preach. 2. Regardless of whether or not Peter Singer actually donates money to these charities (which I doubt he does), it is absurd for him to think that just because he says America should donate money, they will believe him and do it.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENGCMP 0200 taught by Professor Gillespie during the Spring '07 term at Pittsburgh.

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