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  • University Of Michigan's Affirmative Action Admissions Policy
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    Morality Morality has been a burning issue in our society. More and more the decision to do the right thing seems to be overshadowed by personal gain. This desire to achieve individual gain causes people that hold high positions in our society to abuse their power. The mistreatment of power, which leads to immorality, can be seen in many aspects of our society. Many athletes, past and future, have used performance enhancing drugs to become victorious. In the 1988 Olympics, Ben Johnson was stripp...
  • Drug Dealers
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    Shigeru Miyamoto's masterwork Super Mario Brothers is truly a classic work of modern literature; borrowing heavily from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and an obvious inspiration for Trainspotting, SMB shows the initial joy but the eventual mental and moral decline due to drugs. Like in classic Greek drama, much of the story is implied. Because the setting is not a part of our common mythos, however, it comes with a small supplemental text which fills in the history for the reader: the evil drago...
  • Parasites Of Malaria
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    Malaria Malaria parasites have been with us since the beginning of time, and fossils of mosquitoes up to thirty million years old show that malaria's vector has existed for just as long. The parasites causing malaria are highly specific, with man as the only host and mosquitoes as the only vector. Every year, 300,000,000 people are affected by malaria, and while less than one percent of these people die, there are still an estimated 1,500,000 deaths per year. While Malaria was one of the first i...
  • Use Of The Drugs
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    Synthetic Drugs of Abuse It seems that primitive man at times wished to escape his reality. He or she probably found some natural herbal drugs to facilitate this desire. In fact abuse of the coca leaf and the opium poppy has been occuring the last 3000 years, and probably longer. The mescaline containing peyote cactus has been abused by the indians for even longer. They thought it was a gift from god because they often realised profound truths when they where inebriate (at least, that's what the...
  • Addict To The Drug
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    Con-Legalization of Drugs The idea of legalizing drugs is as bad as the drugs itself. Some drugs are though to have positive medical use, but that's a though to be untrue considering the contradicting facts. How could drugs that are so be in any way helpful, specially in a medical manner. Every part of the world that has tried it only brought corruption to their country and made addiction rates even worse. Although rumors that some drugs can help treat certain diseases have been stated they are ...
  • Allen Long
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    His grass was always greener This, observes Robert Sabbag's supercool hero, towards the end of his amazing life story, 'would make a great movie. ' Probably - except that in so many ways it is already an amalgam of movies great and small, TV series ancient and modern. Try Cary Grant in Only Angels Have Wings and Johnny Depp in Blow; try Miami Vice meets The Sopranos. Sabbag, a very superior magazine journalist, specialises in rollicking tales of drug-trafficking days. Snowblind was an exuberant ...
  • Being Among Afghanistan's Biggest Drug Traffickers
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    Like a frustrated hunter, the head of the local anti-drug squad keeps snapshots of the ones who got away. ADVERTISEMENT Rail Europe One photo shows a prisoner wearing a flat, round pa kol hat, standing in front of 10 pounds of opium packaged in plastic bags laid out on a table. Lt. Nyamatullah Nyamat took the picture on the February day he arrested the suspect. Hours later, the man was freed. The stocky, plain-spoken cop glumly tossed another photo onto a desk in his basement office as if playin...
  • Drug Abuse And Criminal Activities
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    Good Girls Gone Bad Bars slammed against the cold metal; the sound of screaming and chaos filled the cell. I could hear a young girl crying in the cell next to mine and it made me sigh with sadness. As a former inmate of the State of Texas women's prison facility, the echoes of the sounds I heard daily, still remain fresh in the back of my mind. Coming to terms with my sentence and trying to figure out what had landed me there sparked a curios interest. The increasing rate of women in prison and...
  • Drug Cause Learning Problems
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    English 103-05 Ms. Denise A. Pani 4 September 2001 Exstacy is Downfall The drug Ecstasy is dangerous for not only our people, but also a menace to society. With my own experiences in college and people I am closely bonded to, or used to be, I have seen this highly used club drug invade our campuses of America by leaps and bounds. I can tell you more than one story about young college friends that had 4.0 Gas and promising careers ahead and now have nothing because of this drug. I remember a doct...
  • Biological Standardization Humans Experience One Reality
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    My Choice to Abuse Drugs INTRODUCTION A Once upon a time, I and a friend of mine were sitting on a bench in typical public garden between some little blocks of flats, just outside the center of the city of Sofia. It had stopped raining about an hour before, luckily we had found a dry bench - sheltered from the rain by the branches of a chestnut tree - and were sharing a joint, wearily eyeing a bunch of old ladies that were sitting and staring into empty space on the other end of the garden. One ...
  • 0 Drug Use Among Athletes
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    In recent years, sport is not only the games that people train them to improve their power and stamina, but also sport has become a big business. Fame and money are the aims of many professional athletes. Therefore, nowadays athletes face enormous pressure to excel in competition. They also know that winning can bring them more than a gold medal. A star athlete can earn a lot of money and fame and athletes only have a short time to do their best work. Although every athletes know clearly that tr...
  • Drug Elate
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    RAGE REGAL Hello my name is rage. You are probably thinking now that who named this girl. Well I have always had that question on my mind as well. From what I remember about my childhood (which I might add is not much) is mostly living in this house with about thirty other children who did not have parents either and we lived off our worldwide drug Elate, bread and water. I was told from the older kids that my mother dropped me off there one day. She told the kids that she had been diagnosed wit...
  • Illegal Drug Trade
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    The Wonderful War on Drugs The Wonderful War On Drugs In recent years the so-called? war on drugs? has taken over the streets and back alleys of suburban America. It has caused a problem that mirrors the prohibition days of the 1920's and early 30?'s. Politicians trying to play? tough guy, ? are only contributing to more violence. Their laws have created an underground drug-trade, in which modern drug-dealers have taken the place of the bootleggers of old. The real question is whether or not thi...

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