WE #2 - Eric Farrington CMST-1061-4 30 March 2011 Written...

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Eric Farrington CMST-1061-4 30 March 2011 Written Exercise No. 2 Every human being has bad habits, but one that we all share in common is talking on a cell phone while driving. Everyone does it, and some more than others. Sometimes answering a phone call in the car might be an emergency which is excusable, but leisurely holding a conversation is not worth the risk of taking your mind off of the road. The rhetorical goal is to relay the simple message to stop talking on your cell phone while driving. There is obviously no better place to put this message than somewhere on your car where it can be seen clearly. The rhetor, in this case another driver that is feeling the effects of the driver on the phone such as unsafe driving or significant speed increase to cause traffic, will place the message where it can hopefully be seen by drivers that are on their phone. Again, the source of this message is any driver who is being affected by another driver who is on the phone. Unlike other messages that are being relayed, this particular message does
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course CMST 1061 taught by Professor Hebert during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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WE #2 - Eric Farrington CMST-1061-4 30 March 2011 Written...

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