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Sean Ennis SPK 208: Public Speaking March 4, 2008 Mid-Term Exam Speech: The Boondock Saints (Movie) – Courtroom Speech “You people have been chosen, to reveal our existence to the world. You will witness what happens here today, and you will tell of it later. All eyes to the front. Now you will receive us. We do not ask for your poor or your hungry. We do not want your tired and sick. It is your corrupt we claim. It is your evil that will be sought by us. With every breath, we shall hunt them down. Each day we will spill their blood til it rains down from the skies. Do not kill, do not rape, do not steal, these are principles which every man of every faith can embrace. These are not polite suggestions — these are codes of behavior. And those of you that ignore them will pay the dearest cost. There are varying degrees of evil, we urge you lesser forms of filth not to push the bounds and cross over into true corruption, into our domain. But if you do, one day you will look behind you and you will see we three and on that day you will reap it. And we will send you to which ever god you wish. And shepherds we shall be, for thee my Lord for thee, power hath descended forth from thy hand, that our feet may swiftly carry out thy command. We shall flow a river forth to thee, and teeming with souls shall it ever be. In nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti.” What is the purpose of this speech – to inform, persuade, or entertain ? Why do you think it is that type of speech?
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