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Unformatted text preview: certain event, like a concert, is going on. The evidence of Mary Beth is offered. Mary Beth, as a landowner of a nearby area of the concert, suffered much from the car jam. However, the Saturday concert was a different one due to the concert organizers consideration. Other people concern that crowds would cause a long wait for trains immediately after the concert. However, the author here quotes the estimation of MARTA chief operating officer Franklin Beauford that, even at the busiest times, the longest concertgoers had to wait for a train was probably 15 minutes. I do stand by the author because the prevention of driving to the concert not only can stop the car jam, clear up the troubles of the nearby citizens, but also is a good way to benefit the society, because it can boom the public transpotation....
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- Spring '09