This will reduce cases where things are being stolen.
Students also should have lockers so they will have a clean place to put their books.
In the studio itself, we were warned there may be a slight ‘issue’ with Mc Gregor appearing on the sofa, five minutes before he was due on.
I checked Twitter in the next commercial break and discovered the ‘issue’:‘Was going on Good Morning Britain,’ Mc Gregor had tweeted, ‘didn’t realise @piersmorgan was host.
This demand was denied, as were further demands for the interview to be severely shortened and to be restricted purely to talk about his new movie, T2 Trainspotting.
So, enraged that he couldn’t do the interview on the terms he wanted, Mc Gregor left.
For example, "How can you argue for vegetarianism when you wear leather shoes ? A variation (related to Argument By Generalization) is to attack a whole class of people.
For example, "Evolutionary biology is a sinister tool of the materialistic, atheistic religion of Secular Humanism." Similarly, one notorious waved away a whole category of evidence by announcing "All the scientists were drunk." Another variation is attack by innuendo: "Why don't scientists tell us what they really know; are they afraid of public panic ?
Also, if you put you stuff into a crate then it is easily collecting dust.
FIRST CAUSE ARGUMENT (I) (1) If I say something must have a cause, it has a cause.
TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (I) (1) Check out the world/universe/giraffe. (3) Continue process until the atheist admits he doesn't know the answer to one of your questions.
This connects to my argument because their stuff will be kept very clean in a neat environment if students are given lockers to use.
My final reason why I think students should have lockers is so students won't complain about caring everything at once.