Writing

2/14/14

5.  Should Performance Enhancing Drugs (Such as Steroids) Be Accepted in Sports?
An ongoing debate simmers about whether performance-enhancing drugs should be allowed in sports.



Did you know that 1/10 ex NFL players have admitted to using steroid or performance enhancing drugs.  Steroids should not be allowed in sports.  It can be very dangerous for the user of these harmful steroids.  

6% of 15,000 players survey in 2004 admitted to using steroids at one point or another.  That is too many people.  This survey was conducted by the NFL so it is true information.  It is also an exact percent so it is true.  Some people might argue that it could make the sport more interesting.  In conclusion 6% of 15,000 players survey in 2004 admitted to using steroids at one point or another.

Steroids can be very harmful and dangerous.  They have many bad risks associated with steroids.  Like high blood pressure.  And tendonitis and tendon rupture.  Some people may argue that the risk is worth it.  In conclusion steroids can be very harmful and dangerous.

1/10 ex NFL players have admitted to using steroid or performance enhancing drugs.  It has ruined the sports world.  This survey was conducted by the NFL so it is true information.  It is also an exact percent so it is true.  Some people might argue that that this information is false.  In conclusion 1/10 ex NFL players have admitted to using steroid or performance enhancing drugs.




Steroids should not be allowed in sports.  This survey was conducted by the NFL so it is true information.  It is also an exact percent so it is true. They have many bad risks associated with steroids.  Like high blood pressure.  And tendonitis and tendon rupture.  Some people may argue that the risk is worth it.  In conclusion steroids can be very harmful and dangerous.  It has ruined the sports world.  This survey was conducted by the NFL so it is true information.  It is also an exact percent so it is true.  In conclusion steroids should not be allowed in sports.



Have you ever seen someone being stereotyped or have you yourself?  Its not based on how nice or kind a person is, but is is about how they look.  It is not fair to judge a person based on their physical appearance but about the kind of character the person is.  I witnessed the same thing in third grade.  


It was a new students first day at my school and she was very quiet. Kids started to make fun of her.  I did not think that they were being fair to this new student!  I knew something had to change or this would be the worst school year of this students life.  The reason this girl was being stereotyped is because she wasn't wearing top brand clothes or stylish shoes.  
My thoughts were that she probably couldn't afford them.  But none of the other kids thought the same way I did.  They just kept judging this new student.  I could tell that it was really affecting the new students learning.  She always looked sad and lonely.  I think the people that were stereotyping this student were thinking that they were cool because they could judge this new student.  But in reality it was just making them a bad person.
However, the was a good ending to this.  The student made friends and was never stereotyped again.  Once people got to know the student they flooded to this student like a stampede.  So the kids stereotyped and made fun of her for no reason.  All they needed to do is to be friendly and get to know the person.

There are many lessons that I took away from that situation.  One is that never to judge a book by its cover.  Meaning never judge a person until you have gotten to know them.  Another lesson I learned is to treat people how you want to be treated.  If these kids would have followed these rules none of this would have transpired.  But the good thing is that it was stopped and the student was able to finish out the year with friends.

I think that this went very well. But I wonder if i would have wrote less. I don't know if it would have grabbed their attention any better. But all in all I think that I did a ok job on this paper.

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