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MY WAY OR THE HIGHWAY Ever since the beginning of evolution man kind has possessed the want to be the best but unfortunately some people dont have that want or just cant admit that they arent good at everything they do One could be extremely good at one thing and at the same time bad at an other its just human nature Throughout my years of existence I have made the observation that a person can tell if the other person is going to be good in something just by the way the person acts walks and reacts to things in there surrounding environment Most people by the ages of about 13 to 14 have already begun to show the early stage of what I call the Problem This so called problem is a disease it effects about 4 out of 10 people in Canada and unfortunately its number of victims is growing by the year The disease that Im warning you about is the bad annual driving disorder better known as BADD syndrome BADD can strike anyone and recent scientific studies support that claim showing that genetics do not play a part in enhancing one chances of being diagnosed whit this life treating disease The biggest side effects of BADD are the following side effect one is clumsy walking which can cause unbalanced pressing or depressing of brake and gas pedals causing unwanted collisions Side effect two is bad reflex and reaction time to stationary or moving objects which can amount to unwillingfull maneuvering causing bodily harm to others Side effect tree is the most common one and consists of the way a person generally acts if the person seem to be worried all the time and over reacts to every little thing they might be carrying the disease which can lead to unnecessary panic causing Impact If a loved one is showing any of the tree side effects shown
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