555 Intros and Conclusions

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Introductions and Conclusions
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Introductions “Say you’re at the doctor’s, and you’ve just picked up a  copy of Newsweek. You idly browse its pages. With your  mind on automatic pilot, your eye checks out one article  after another, searching for anything intriguing. Since  you’re hungry for something good, and you’re expecting  your name to be called, you’re ruthless. You give each  story maybe three sentences to prove itself, and that’s all,  but experience--or impatience--has convinced you it’s  enough.” -John Trimble
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Since the dawn of time, mankind has always had the right to  travel broadly throughout the world. This inalienable right is  shared by men, women, children and BYU students alike. It  has come to my attention that this right is being violated by  BYU because there isn’t enough parking at BYU to allow  students the right to travel to BYU and park. This is an  outrage! There are many issues with parking because it is a  multi-faceted issue. This problem must be solved.  How would you evaluate this introduction?  Evaluating Introductions
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It’s 8:54am. You have class at 9:00am. You can’t afford to 
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