* If you are released from prison, it is required that you are given a handgun with bullets and a horse, so you can ride out of town. (111) * A man can legally beat his wife, but not more than once a month. (78) * It’s illegal to carry a Bible or to talk to anyone about Jesus Christ. (48) * Since 1173 it has been illegal to die. (47)
* You may shoot Native Americans if there are more than five of them on your property at any one time. (45) * It is considered an offense to shower naked. (43)
* It is illegal to say any sentence containing more than 4 words in English. (36) * Eating a neighbor’s baby is strictly forbidden. (36)
* You may only have one child, or a massive fine will be imposed. (33) * All lollipops are banned. (3
Informative Speech Outline
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how tequila is made; from growth, to field harvesting, to factory production
Central Idea: The art of producing tequila is passed down from generation to generation, and follows a strict code of reproduction to maintain the quality and reputation of the tequila
Introduction: We have all heard the saying “one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor” made famous by George Carlin. But, has anyone ever wondered about how the spirit is made before hitting the shelves of stores or bars?
The story of tequila starts many centuries ago with the conquistadors of Mexico, who instead of drinking water (which contained disease-emitting bacteria) with their meal, drank the local alcohol, called pluque (Weir 3). Pulque was the much weaker cousin of the tequilas and mescals we enjoy today, but the conquistadors realized they could transform this mildly alcoholic beverage into something much stronger. ...
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