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Yes, the breeding standards for bulldogs should definitely be changed because bulldogs are suffering from the current breeding standards. In article "Is the Bulldog Doomed" by "Kristin Lewis", and "Jennifer Dignan", current bulldogs "have a face so flat that it has difficulty breathing; a massive undershot jaw that leads to teeth problems; and stubby legs prone to painful joint conditions." (Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan, 20). This quote is significant because it illustrates the physical challenges which bulldogs face with current breeding standards. Changing the breeding standards can not only help bulldogs resolve their physical challenges, but it can also help other animals which face physical challenges due to lack of good breeding standards. Animals which face physical challenges due to selective breeding by humans are experiencing animal cruelty because they are not able to carry out healthy lives for the purpose of being cute to humans. A change in breeding standards will definitely take a step towards easing the suffering which bulldogs and many other animals face.
Yes, the breeding standards for bulldogs should be changed because modern bulldogs are forced to endure unhealthy and undesirable physical traits. For example, in the article “Is the Bulldog Doomed?”, Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan state that these beloved American pets “have a face so flat that it has difficulty breathing; a massive, undershot jaw that leads to teeth problems; and stubby legs prone to painful joint conditions.” This quote shows the effect that humans have had on the bulldog as a result of negligent breeding. This has ultimately compromised the bulldog’s health due to its poor physical attributes. This is significant because humans are now selfishly involved in something that they never should have been. Humans have indulgently entangled themselves with the breeding of dogs based on their looks to gain financial profit. Over the years, humans have developed an ideology that it is acceptable to meddle with the natural course of living things. Consequently, this has caused suffering and serious health issues for some animals who cannot defend themselves, such as the bulldog. The breeding standards for bulldogs must be changed before humans are able to turn any animal’s body into something that it can no longer bear.
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Yes, trampolines are evidently too risky because the amount of trampoline-related injuries is greatly increasing these days. As evidence, in the article "Are Trampolines Too Risky", Dr. Michele LaBotz states that "This is not a toy. It's a piece of equipment,". This quote is significant because it shows how irresponsible children are becoming in the every day life. This has ultimately put the lives of many children at risk due to unsafe horseplay. This is significant because humans have now put greater risks to their lives on a daily basis. If humans continue to do so, then the amount of hazards will increase to such a large amount that there will soon be no safe activities. Greater precautions should be taken in order to maintain a safe and secure environment everywhere in the world. Consequently, these actions of horseplay have caused many children injuries and irreversible trauma, such as paralysis. If people wish to continue using trampolines as a source of entertainment, then the safety precautions taken should be increased or the use of trampolines should be minimized as much as possible.
Yes the breeding standards for bulldogs should be changed because bulldogs are suffering. For example, Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan state in the article “Is the Bulldog Doomed?” that, “their flat faces make it hard for them to breathe. Their wrinkles cause skin problems. And the shape of their bodies means a lifetime of joint pain.” This quote demonstrates that many bulldogs are in pain for their entire lives because of the way that they are being bred now. This is significant because many animals are being bred to have traits that humans find desirable. These animals also have problems caused by breeding and as a result must live out their lives in pain because they cannot function properly. Changing the breeding standards for bulldogs will help prevent the suffering of not only bulldogs but domesticated animals in general.
Yes, the way that bulldogs are bred has to be changed because bulldogs are suffering due to physical traits that are given to them through breeding. In the article “Is the Bulldog Doomed? ” by Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan, it is stated that “The only concern in puppy mills is that the dogs are cute enough to sell. “This quote is significant because it shows how adamant puppy mills are to breeding dogs that will be the most appealing to the public. Humans will go as far as causing life long physical pain to creatures just so that they can own a dog that falls under what society deems cute. Introducing breeding guidelines will help limit the damage that humans can do to dogs during the process of breeding. Dog breeding standards have to change before there is irreversible damage done to man’s best friend.
Stores should not be allowed to spy on customers because this poses a risk to the customer's personal security. In the article, ''Should Stores Be Allowed to Spy on You?'', Joshua Peters states that ''Many worried that stores would not keep the information private, that it could be stolen or sold.'' (p. 22). Clients are not made aware that this information is being taken, so they remain oblivious to what is being done with it, with the company's permission or without. This is significant because stores that have records of personal information obtained from cell phones will become more of a target for criminals, putting the customers and the business itself at a higher risk. Stores spying on customers is simply too great a risk to be taken for the sole purpose of making money.
Yes the bulldog is doomed because of the breeders changing the appearance causing many health problems. For example in “Is the Bulldog Doomed?” it states that, “people wanted the cutest dog on the block, and the breeders began selecting for traits without regard for the health consequences for the animals.” In this quote, it shows that the breeders are at fault for the health problems bulldogs have gained. This is significant because bulldogs now have breathing, teeth, and joint conditions all caused by their appearance. Dogs should not be breed to look a certain way for the means of the breeder, as health should come first. A change must be made to with the breeding of the bulldogs to help with their extensive health problems.
No, trampolines are not too risky because every other sport has risks as well. In the article “Are Trampolines Too Risky?” the author Justin O’Neill states “Kids fall off bikes and skateboards all the time. As with any sport, kids on a trampoline can protect themselves.” The quote brings to light how many other sport related injuries exist and how injuries are not limited to Trampolines. If trampolines are deemed too risky other sports may start being called too risky as well. This will lead to an over sensitive population that cares too much for safety. The mindset will then be that everything has to be wrapped in bubble wrap to ensure a child's safety. This will take away from the children's experience to explore, have fun and to act and live like children. Trampolines have as much risk as other sports and when the trampoline is used properly the risks are almost non existent, trampolines are not too risky.
Yes, trampolines are too risky because they are simply too dangerous. In the article “Are Trampolines Too Risky”, it states” A group of doctors who specialize in treating children and adolescents, said in a 2012 study that trampolines should never be used at home or on playgrounds. Never.” (Justin O'Neill P.20) In this quote, a group of medical professionals seem very sound on the fact that trampolines are way too dangerous to be used for recreational use. This is significant because only recently has there been a great spike in recreational trampoline use, while medical professionals who make a living treating children strongly agree that trampolines should only be used for its intended use, which is for training military pilots, and professional acrobats. Trampolines are simply way too dangerous to be used for peoples mere enjoyment.
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No, stores should not be allowed to spy on you because the benefit to the stores is not worth the invasion of privacy. In the article, “Should Stores Be Allowed to Spy on You?” Joshua Peters states, “in a recent survey conducted by OpinionLab, 77 percent of consumers said in-store cell phone tracking was unacceptable”. This quote demonstrates that shoppers’ information is being taken from them without consent. The stores are going against the customers’ wishes in order to make more money. This is significant because humans are essentially stealing information from each other in order to benefit themselves. People always strive to be successful however, using other people without their knowledge is an unethical way of accomplishing that goal. It is unacceptable for stores to spy on their shoppers because it is a breach of trust and a deceitful way of gaining a profit.
Yes, the bulldog is doomed because, breeders are showing more compassion towards the looks of the bulldog rather than the actual physical ability of the dog itself. In the article “Is the Bulldog Doomed?” written by Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan, it is stated that “now we breed dogs more for how they look than for what they can do.” In this quote it is shown that anyone can breed dogs and exceptional breeders will try to avoid breeding bulldogs, because of the hereditary diseases that are associated with these dogs, they are highly susceptible to teeth problems, difficulty breathing, and painful joints. This quote is significant because it shows that without breeders having proper knowledge about the dogs they are breeding, they take the chance of breeding dogs that will suffer through extensive problems throughout their lives. No matter how much love and care an owner provides them with, their dogs can inevitably suffer from psychical pain. Breeders should recognize that bulldogs are extremely unhealthy to breed and although they are known to be adorable dogs, they come with severe health risks.
No, stores should not be able to spy on their customers because it is a breach of privacy. For example, in the article ''Should stores be allowed to spy on you?'', Joshua Peters states that ''Lawmakers are proposing rules to require stores to notify customers when tracking technology is in place''. This quote demonstrates that the information is obtained without their customers' consent, disregarding the individual's privacy. This is significant because people are entitled to confidentiality rights. Many laws protect individuals against those that seek to have personal and confidential information without permission. By spying on their customers, these stores are disobeying the law and jeopardizing their customers' privacy rights. In turn, this causes their customers to lose trust in them, and seek other stores. Although it is a way of gathering information, spying on customers should not be allowed as it is an invasion of privacy.
Yes, the bulldog breed is essentially doomed because of all the health risks the breed poses. For example, in the article "Is the bulldog doomed?" it states that, "like many purebred dogs, they are prone to hereditary diseases, including eye and brain disease and a bleeding disorder." This quote shows the many negative effects humans have put on this breed in particular. It is also saying that the purebred bulldogs are subject to a painful life, that the love and warmth from their owners cannot outweigh. This is significant because once these life threatening traits, weave themselves into the heredity of the breed, it is a treacherous path to recovery. As for any animal breed, this embedding of the negative trait can result in an astonishing amount of animals in pain for the majority of their lifetime. Animals would be better off if humans did not focus completely on the outward appearance of an animal and actually paid attention to the health problems arising in all dog breeds. The breeding standards of the bulldog need to be changed because if they are not, humans will breed these dogs until they simply cannot take it anymore.
No, trampolines are not too risky because with proper safety equipment, children can easily avoid trampoline injuries. For example, in the article “Are Trampolines Too Risky?” by Justin O'Neill, it states “part of trampolines' appeal is that despite the risks, they provide good exercise.” This quote shows that trampolines provide an excellent source of physical activity with the benefits of enjoyment (if taken seriously). This quote is significant because obesity is becoming common in adolescences these days. Any type of aerobic exercise should be encouraged for children to do. It allows them to maintain a healthy life style and further them away from future health issues. With the appropriate precautions and maturity, trampolines are not risky.
Miley Cyrus is not out of control because her genius is in how she uses controversy. In the article “Is Miley Cyrus Out Of Control”, Matt Murphy states “The more headlines she gets for her antics, the bigger her ‘brand’ and the more times her songs are downloaded”. This quote demonstrates that Miley Cyrus is in fact using the worldwide attention she has received to her advantage and is thus greatly benefiting from it. This is significant because by evolving her brand, she has gained a completely new audience, an audience that is throwing her sales through the roof. She therefore continues to increase in popularity as a result. In the entertainment industry, an artist must bring their brand to the public’s attention in any way possible in order to succeed. Miley Cyrus is not out of control because she uses controversy to her advantage, thus becoming a cultural phenomenon.
Trampolines are too risky because they are an unnecessary risk that can lead to serious and permanent damage to one’s body. As stated in the article by Justin O’Neill, when “a 14-year-old from Utah broke his neck after attempting a double backflip on a friend’s trampoline. He is now paralyzed.” This quote speaks of a child who is now paralyzed for the rest of his life because of a single incident on a trampoline. Humans constantly attempt to push the envelope and to show off to their friends. The boy attempts to land a trick when he himself did not own the trampoline, thus showing that humans take unnecessary risks when given the opportunity. Trampolines are an unnecessary risk that can lead to serious damage, when simpler more effective ways of exercising are achievable. Trampolines are a serious health concern and should be avoided in order to protect one’s self.
Yes, trampolines are too risky for kids to play on because there are many examples of injuries that are inflicted on kids who do so. For example, in the article "Are Trampolines Too Risky?" by Justin O'Neill, it states "..., this past September, a 14-year-old from Utah broke his neck after attempting a double backflip on a friend's trampoline." This is an extreme example of the dangers of trampolines on kids who play on it but, demonstrates the severity of it. The significance is that society has become ignorant of the severity and dangers of trampolines, and think its safe for kids.Kids should not play on trampolines because it has many minor and extreme outcomes that are inflicted on kids, and that society has become ignorant of its dangers.
Yes, the bulldog breed is doomed because of all the health risks associated with the breed. For example in the article "Is the bulldog doomed?" it states that "People wanted to own the cutest dog on the block, and breeders began selecting for traits without regard for the health consequences for the animal.") This quote shows that despite the love of animals humans only care about how cute the animal is rather than their health. It also states that despite the health diseases the breeders choose the dog traits based on there appearance so more people buy the dogs. Animals much like humans carry diseases on through their DNA so the next animal will just have the same health problems as the last animal. When breeding occurs all of the genes are transferred meaning all the good and bad, so any diseases passed on will be carried for generations. There would be many less diseases in animals if people cared more about the health of their dog rather than the outer appearance. The breeding standard for American bulldogs need to change because people will just keep breeding bulldogs without caring whether or not the dog can sustain so much discomfort.
Yes, trampolines are too risky because they cause many injuries. For example, in the text it states that "There were nearly 95000 trampoline-related injuries in 2012 alone". In one year alone, there were 95000 injuries due to trampolines. Whether it is falling off or landing incorrectly, users can get injured easily and without warning. Sprained ankles, whiplash and broken necks can possibly occur while using trampolines. Why participate in an activity that has such a high risk of injury? It is not worth it and the repercussions could be irreversible. Trampolines are too risky to use because there are vast amounts of injuries that are highly likely to occur. The pros seriously outweigh the cons for this topic, therefore trampolines are too risky to use.
Stores should not be allowed to spy on their customers because it violates their sense of privacy. For example, in the article "Should stores be allowed to spy on you?" by Joshua Peter, states, "Surveillance technology records your every move-where you go, what you look at, what you buy. Video cameras zoom in to record your facial expressions." This quote is significant because stores have gone to extreme measures to understand what their customer wants. Although, the way they retrieve their information, it makes the public feel uncomfortable. The people are being taken of their sense of privacy by not being spied on and private information is being taken away from them when they are shopping. This only because companies want to increase profit and demand. All throughout stores, they have no interest whether or not if they are invading customers privacy, they just want knowledge of how to improve their company. This has created an impact because nothing seems to be private anymore, social media is a prime example of no sense of privacy. Stores should not continue with this method of research because the people desire a sense of privacy.
Stores should not be allowed to spy on their customers because it is an invasion of privacy. In an article found in “Scholastic Scope” written by “Joshua Peters”, a static stated that, “77 percent of consumers said that in store cell-phone tracking was unacceptable. Many worried that stores would not keep the information private, that it could be stolen or sold.” This quote shows that not only do customers find it unacceptable that stores are tracking them through their phones, but that the store cannot guarantee that this information will be used only for the purpose of a better shopping experience . This is significant because many people keep personal information on their devices such as family and work contacts, banking information and their email accounts which contains information that should be kept private. If anyone is able to access this information it begs the question as to how much people should be depending on their technology and whether any personal information should be kept on them. If random employees working at stores are able to access this private information so easily, it is time to start considering whether it is worth using these devices and compromising ones privacy.
No, stores should not be allowed to spy on customers because their privacies are not respected. In the article, “Should Stores Be Allowed to Spy on You?” Joshua Peters states, “new technology allows store owners to sense customers’ smartphones and track customers’ movements as they shop”. This quote demonstrates that technology today has advanced into owners taking information from their customers for their own benefits, without the customer’s acknowledgement. This is significant because all parts of technology are advancing each day and taking more personal information from users without them realizing. Today, people’s personal information is shared on multiple forms of technologies, whether they agree to it or not, and therefore, their information is no longer private. Despite the benefit owners may be trying to achieve, stores should not be allowed to spy on customers because they are violating their customers’ privacies.
No, Miley is not out of control because she is simply doing whatever she can to not let her fame die along with her old role as Hannah Montana. For example, Matt Murphy states in his article “Is Miley Cyrus Out Of Control?”, “The more headlines she gets for her antics, the bigger her brand and the more times her songs are downloaded.”In this quote, it is apparent that Miley is using the worlds controversy to her superiority to help benefit her stardom and in order to keep her fame levels rising . This is significant because the music industry world is known to be “survival of the fittest” and to bear in this type of society one must continue to produce the unexpected and keep fans guessing. Miley Cyrus is not out of control but is simply doing what is necessary to withstand in this environment.
Yes breeding standards for the common bulldog should be changed because no bulldog should have to experience pain because society is becoming more and more selfish. The article “Is the Bulldog Doomed?” written by Kristin Lewis and Jennifer Dignan provides a quote by Kirsten Theisen of the Humane society of the United States that states “People wanted to own the cutest dog on the bloc, and breeders began selecting for traits without regard for the health consequences for the animals”. This quote implies that bulldogs (in America) are indeed suffering, suffering because people want cuter dogs and will go to extreme lengths to get what they want. This is significant because no dog or animal no matter the breed should have to undergo pain because people are becoming greedier. Instead of breeding animals for certain charming traits the animal does not already possess, society should accept them for how they are as the lives of the animals will be better than how they are today. Humans should not continue to breed bulldogs in this negative fashion as it can lead to detrimental effects on the bulldog’s life and is it not in our name to be humane?
Yes, the bulldog is doomed because they are bred to better their physical appearance not their physical health. For example, in the article “Is the Bulldog Doomed?” it states that “people wanted to own the cutest dog on the block, and breeders began selecting traits without regard for the health consequences for the animals.” (Dignan). In this quote, it is evident that bulldogs are not bred for their physical capabilities but for how adorable they are. Their intriguing stout body wrinkles impact their health negatively. This is significant because bulldogs are not the only breeds that are created with health problems. Breeders are constantly developing dogs with serious health problems. Breeding dogs without care is an abuse from humans. These dogs live their life in a pain created by man that should not be there in the first place. The bulldog’s deteriorating health demonstrates the carelessness breeders have towards their fate.
No Miley Cyrus is not out of control because she is using her outrageous behavior to stay more relevant than her competition. In the article "Is Miley Cyrus out of Control", it says "... her goal is not to be a role model. It is to be a wealthy, popular entertainer". This quote highlights that she is acting out of control to make people aware of her presence. Her bad behavior is reaching global headlines, and creating numerous discussions about her behavior. This is significant because many popstars also are using this technique today. They manipulate their public images to become more interesting and more relevant than everyone else. Miley Cyrus is giving off the illusion of being out of control to stay popular in this extremely competitive market
Miley Cyrus is not out of control, she is strategically using her image to attract fans. For example, Matt Murphy states in his article, "No! She's a Total Genius", that "to be relevant as an adult entertainer, she needed the world to see her in an entirely new light." This quote demonstrates that Miley changed her ways in order to stay relevant as a celebrity rather than waiting to fade as so many child stars do. Miley reinvented herself in a shocking way, but it attracted viewers, as she had hoped. This is significant because society demands people to make a statement in order to be relevant; without and impression, people will blend into the crowd and be ignored. Therefore, Miley Cyrus is making her statement, not going out of control.
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