Main Point I: I’d like to start off by talking about the penalties of drinking and driving.
Did you know that drunk driving is the nation’s most frequently committed violent crime?
Many years Police have relied heavily on speed cameras, breathalyzer tests and heavy fines as a deterrent against unlawful drivers.
Over the years fatality rates have increased, so the Department of Transportation and Highway Safety has composed a series of safe driving campaigns.
Reading labels is the number one step to being more conscious of your food choices.
If we can start new healthy habits now, they may be harder to break down the road. A very effective piece of propaganda in that it captures the reader’s attention successfully by placing a picture of a child in the focal point of the advertisement.The child plays a vital role in this piece of propaganda in that it represents a loved one, family member and anything cherished.It also gives a sense of pity for the child that has been abandon by its deceased parents.This is a typical propaganda article which relies heavily on the emotions of the viewer to convey its message. You tube video clip, “Dedicated to Loved Ones Lost” 2. Central Thesis Drunk driving is an epidemic that continues to have severe and life threatening consequences for those involved, if we simply take a few steps against drunk driving we can help decrease this epidemic. We all need to make a conscience effect to plan ahead. Stop letting people drive drunk because you think someone else is going to say something. Never let anyone leave your house drunk because you are responsible for that person’s actions when they cant make them. Conclusion In conclusion we have learned about some of the statistics that play apart in drunk driving. (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2011.) II. Need: Drunk driving occurs everyday, and many lives are taken because of one person choice. Every 52 minutes on average, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash (10,288 people in total in 2012).1. Every day in America, another 28 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. Can be prevented by monitoring how many calories you eat and how much daily activity you perform. Only 2% of all commercials are fruits, vegetables, and whole grains (CSPI, 2009) III. The ingredients listed are always in descending order according to the amount by weight used in the product. It is best to choose the food product with the least ingredients and you should know what those ingredients are because these foods are the least processed (Wright). Best to avoid food that contain dyes because it is the same dyes used in materials (Wright). Some common food dyes such as yellow 5 and red 40 have been linked to hyperactivity, impulsivity, learning difficulties, and ADHD in children (CSPI, 2009). There are plenty of natural dyes such as beta carotene, beet root red, and paprika that can be used (CSPI, 2009). I believe that if we are more aware of what we are seeing and hearing in ads, we can control how food advertisements effect us 1.