Speech Title: Eat Less Meat!
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to eat less meat.
Thesis Statement: Eating meat is becoming an increasing demand and issue in society, it can be solve with the help of all of us.
"Meat is a symbol of affluence, and it becomes an addiction and a habit," says Henry Spira, coordinator of Animal Rights International” The average meat eater is responsible for the deaths of some 2,400 animals during his or her lifetime. (E Magazine.) A.
In late 1992, Lauren Beth ate a fast-food cheeseburger laced with E. coli. She was attacked by hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a wasting disease that invades nearly every organ in the body and destroys the blood's ability to clot. Lauren Beth succumbed to a heart attack a few days before the beginning of 1993, a year which would be marked by a massive outbreak of E. coli and the deaths of three children at Seattle, Washington Jack in the Box restaurants. (E Mgazine) B.
Today, I would to discuss how we meet eaters could reduce or needs for meat and substitute other foods for it.
Eating meat is becoming an increasing demand and issue in society, it can be solve, with the
help of all of us.
Need: Many human beings really on meat for their meals.
Although the consumption of meat is very popular, we can change that by consuming less meat and becoming open minded on other food that would work for you.
Global meat demand is expected to grow by 56 percent to 2020 according to the magazine of Animals today.
In the E Magazine it mentions a interviews with a slaughterhouse worker that said. "On the farm where I work," reports one employee, "they drag the live ones who can't stand up anymore out of the crate. They put a metal snare around her ear or foot and drag her full length of the building. These animals are just screaming in pain or...
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