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Yeldell 2 Clay Yeldell Mrs. Brooks English IV 1301 6 September 2006 Analogy: Driving on certain highways and gambling As we go through life, we become cognizant of the similarities between two, random things that are not connected in any way. One example of this occurrence is the likeness of driving on a certain highway and gambling. In both of the situations, one must take a risk, decide whether to play it safe or go for it all, and occasionally get lucky. When driving, one must decide what route will take them to their destination the fastest. Typically, there is the route “A” that is quicker than the route “B” but occasionally is gridlocked making it much more time consuming. The driver must decide if he wants to travel route “A”, risking the possibility of encountering traffic, or take route “B”, being sure of the result. Another aspect of traveling on the highway is the choice of whether or not to heed to the posted speed limit. Drivers often ignore this limit and decide to take the risk of receiving a ticket for the few minutes that are shaven off the
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