Robust Verbs-

The vast problem in Vancouver are the heroin addicts committing crimes to support their habits. The “free heroin for addicts” program is doing everything they can to stop the addicts. The point of concern is that there is a tremendous crime rate due to the addicts. The most present issue is that addicts have a hard time journeying through their day to day lives– Regular activities such as jobs, interactions, and relationships are daunting to maintain considering the fact that they are using. As a result of heroin users being addicted they do anything to get their hands on the substance. The most common crimes committed are those of breaking and entering as well as stealing. There are no constraints to what they are disposed to in order to retrieve this substance so to feed their addiction. The predicament with this program is that it will not be efficient to help ween the addicts from using heroin. This programs main agenda is to lower the current crime rate by making the substance more available simply to stop the rising rate of the petty crimes and not truly help the addicts. The solution gives people free heroin in the cleanest way possible to reduce the amount of them in hospitals only temporarily fixing the city and not the addiction that these people face by themselves.

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1 Response to Robust Verbs-

  1. davidbdale says:

    Neferpitou, do you know how to categorize your posts? This one should be in the Robust Verbs category and the Neferpitou category.

    Otherwise, in a day or so it will drop off the front page and we’ll never be able to find it for grading.

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