Do you think the typical listener to a recitation of this poem would have spotted the discrepancies?

Recitation: the action of repeating something aloud from memory. Heck, I could not repeat a poem aloud by memory, unless I listen to people repeat it over and over again for maybe a couple months or years. So to answer the question “Do you think the typical listener to a recitation of this poem would have spotted the discrepancies?”. If it is not over a period of time or and catchy, then NO. I do not think that any normal human being will be able to repeat the poem, given, by memory. Given time, I guess that a person, in their correct mind, could recite the poem by memory.

 

Discrepancy means: a lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts. That would be depending on the listener. If the listener listens just to listen and does not catch on fast, then I do not think that the listener would spot the discrepancies. If the listener listens to learn, and if they pay attention, then they would (hopefully) spot the discrepancies.

 

Do you think the typical listener to a recitation of this poem would have spotted the discrepancies? The 1st time listening to if, they could catch some facts. If someone tells them, ‘oh this song is about this….’ then they could catch on. Otherwise, if they listen to the poem once a day, then I do not think so.

Describe the differences between Oliver’s view of military goals vs. Roland’s

Oliver’s View:

Oliver wants to defeat the opponent with as little death as possible. He wanted Roland to blow the trumpet to summon Charlemagne’s troops. Oliver sounds like he is the old and wise crackling out of him and Roland.

 

Roland’s View:

Well he sounds selfish. He did not want to summon aid, because summoning aid would of ruined his reputation. Roland sounds like the typical stubborn young person. I think that, what Roland did, yes it was selfish, could actually been more wise than dumb. There are times when you need to beat up the bully or to stand up to or against the enemy at the time being. And there are times when to be patience and wait. I do not think that Roland did not blow the trumpet because of his reputation. But because he was either trying to build a better reputation, or to prove that he and his troops could do their part and becoming a better people, or and maybe some other reasons. Otherwise he was spiteful, prideful, ignorant, stubborn, selfish, and maybe some others, including unwise. You have to hand it to him he did the thing that you might of done, if you were in his shoes (figure of speech)(if you were him).

Did this literature encourage Christians to exercise political leadership?

No, not really. It more likely stated some forms of some of the beliefs, putten in a song form. There were different forms. Literature for illiterate societies: Folk songs, liturgical Hymns, recited stories and poems, for Theaters (for entertainment) jokes, and Proverbs. Western Church literature: Liturgical hymns, stories and sermons, prayers, poetry. Some people alternated the folk songs. And then over time, the version of the song that is sung, is far from the original version of the song. Time and age could change what a person thinks, acts, speak, etc… they even could take a completely different meaning from a song than someone, because of time and age. Some songs are about sin flourishing in darkness. Some are about light conquering darkness. Some of the songs that they call hymns are about some beliefs.

 

For example: Mary, the ‘birth/earth’ mother of Jesus Christ, changed man’s grief to glory. And that she is our mediator and advocate between us and Christ, and that Christ is the mediator and advocate between us and God the Father, with Mary between us and Christ; When she bore Christ, she became Sin free; And there are some victories that Christians had made, and the hymn(s) state that the victories came to be, because of the Resurrection; And then you get hymns, saying that this person needed these people, and another person needed someone and the person who needed these people. And the list continues. (end of Examples).

 

So… “Did this literature encourage Christians to exercise political leadership?” NO (well to me anyways). Most of the hymns just stated some of their beliefs. The other hymns, told different stories, principles, and the occasionally Folk song. None of which, I have read, have/had to do anything with ‘political leadership’.

What was Augustine’s view of Christianity’s role in history?

Augustine’s view of the Christianity’s role in history was/is, to be here on earth and make life worth living for, wisdom to gain, knowledge to use, experience to experience, and many other things. And to respect God, and do his will. One huge problem with that, is that only one true form of Christianity, and there is more than one form of it. So witch one is the correct one? They more or less all claim to be the true form of Christianity. They had many wars on this. Augustine says that all Christianity has more or less the same view on things. They believe that there is a omnipotent and merciful God in Heaven, and that Jesus and the Holy Ghost and God the Father, make up the Godhead. Yes there is 3 titles/names, but one God. some Christians believe that (by the sounds of it) that God has 3 huge role to fill, with 3 slightly different personalities. If that were true, God pretty much has his hands full. SO, how does He find time to care very much about us. Other Christian faiths, believe that Jesus and the Holy Ghost and God the Father, make up the Godhead. And that Jesus Christ is our advocate, mentor, and mediator (I might of skipped a few). He will plead our case to God the Father. The Holy Ghost is our conscience, and messenger. He will tell us some things, what is right or wrong, maybe some very disturbing things that we might not take too well if it came from someone else, and will tell the leader (God) who has been naughty. God the Father, is God. He sees all, knows all. NO one could ever lie to or deceive Him. those who do, end up doing it to him/herself.

 

WARNING: do not ever try doing this, because some have died during the process. Some have done that in Paul’s day, and it was over money. The couple (married couple, not the number) who did this died IMMEDIATELY after Paul was done speaking to the Husband and then the Wife. (No harm done from the outside or inside. Just a stopped heart, and a soul departing).

How important was the doctrine of hell to the martyrs?

Well I guess, that the doctrine of Hell was important to the martyrs. I guess that is is mainly because they loved torturing their victims, breaking laws, and so on. The martyrs, probably lived their made up doctrine of that evil place. And they probably were made up of people who are careless and do not care a thing about being good natured (which mostly today is made up of), and only their selfish needs of themselves and some of their members. They probably did not care about living in a paradise of nice things like huge palaces made out of pure and shiny marble, dreams coming true, etc… but instead they enjoy a lot of death, screams for help, hauntedness, living in a place of horror with an everlasting fire and gnashing of teeth, hatred, etc. How would like to live in a place of misery, or even teach such thoughts of a place. I would not like to even think of such horror and miserable thoughts, I would much prefer to think of living in a really nice and spacious place with much feasting, with the poor, servers, loved ones, and friends (servants, waiters, waitress, etc) wearing simple and really nice clothing and enjoying themselves and laughing over jokes, riddles, good times, etc. you know, the good kind of laughter, while being care free. Apparently, the martyrs loved to think and teach doctrine of such horror and miserable places (not the dream land that I would like to think of or would of loved to live in). Also the martyrs apparently loved to be confused by wanting to be free, but also wanting to be a captive, and they also wanted to stay rebellious to their emperor/ruler at the time.

Compare Paul’s concept of God’s sovereignty in Romans 9:1-23 with Justin’s concept of God’s sovereignty in Chapter XLIII (43): RESPONSIBILITY ASSERTED

Paul taught God’s Sovereignty, while in Justin’s 1st apology it sounded/sounds like he is demanding or more like pointing fingers. Paul taught us that God could/does mold us like clay, so that we would become the person/people that he would like us to be. He (Paul) also taught us that God is the master of all things, He (God) is the God of Abraham, the God of Jacob, the God of Joseph in Egypt, the God of many more (all) things. Justin told/reminded us that Father In Heaven (God)’s Prophets prophecies will/did come true. And that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that Christ will be our judge.

 

I could not write a full page of comparing Paul’s and Justin’s concept of God’s Sovereignty, more or less because they teach the same principles, and because there is little to write about.

Zeus VS Jesus Christ

Zeus:

 

Zeus behaved mostly with violence. He wanted to stay the most powerful thing and being. In other words he was greedy to keep power. He only could control the winds, throw thunder bolts, and poorly control people’s fates. Mainly because he is/was selfish, and too busy controlling people to do whatever would benefit him, and because he did not care about anyone- not even his wife(s), and because he did not know everything, and because he did not know how people thought, and whatever was their heart’s desire was. Zeus is like an upgraded version of Thor, without or less armor but with more of an anger-management issue, and had to throw thunder instead of using a hammer to do the job.

 

Jesus Christ:

 

Jesus Christ taught many things, many of the things that Jesus taught was in parables. Jesus was always helping others, he was physically here on earth putting his hands on people to heal them. Jesus came to earth not to do his will, but of his and our Father, in Heaven, will. Jesus taught us how to become a good person, or and a great leader. Jesus taught us that with God, Nothing is impossible. He showed us that he could calm a storm, through fireballs that destroyed cities, turn people into salt, make a weak person strong, deaf to hear, lame to walk, etc. He showed us that he had true power, more power than all of the Greek and Roman gods put together (that is if they existed in the 1st place), and more powerful than any and all gods of our imagination, but he did not use that power to harm us but used that power to heal the sick, lame, injured, blind, deaf, etc. Jesus was/is not more powerful than His (and our) “Father in Heaven”, that is because they were of one heart and one mind, they were/and still are like the same person in 2 separated bodies. You could not distinguish the two without the Holy Ghost.

 

Whose side would you choose? Zeus, as a poor excuse for a god, or Jesus Christ, who showed us that he and our “Father in Heaven” care about us?

How were adoption and inheritance related in Paul’s thought?

You could adopt practically anything. You could take a child, that is not yours by birth, and make them part of your family, by what we call today ‘Adoption’. You could adopt a child into your family, you could adopt new thoughts, actions, habits, new role models, etc. How does this relate to Paul’s thought? Well he is telling us that we could change our hearts, from worshiping one idle to another. Let’s say that someone’s father dies and then mother dies not too long afterwards. The orphan cold either live on the street, or live in an orphanage, or live with one of their parent’s siblings, or live with an older sib that is an adult or and married. If the orphan is accepted, then that orphan is not an orphan anymore. The child is then adopted, because she/he is adopted into an family and the child adopts to their new guardians as new protectors, careers, and providers, and maybe even as their new parents.

 

Inheritance is a gift from the deceased to the living. A person does not need to die to had what is theirs to someone else. When a king dies either, the kingdom goes to the new king that is the voted choice of the people, or to one or all of his descendants, or by a chosen person of the king. Something could happen and that person still live, but hand over their whatever to someone long before they died. When you are born, you inherit something from each parent and maybe something from each grand-parent. How does this relate to Paul’s thought? Well when we get resurrected, we are going to inherit many things from God our Father, like maybe a/one or a few mansion(s) (not man-made here on earth), yet God the Father still does exist, and will exist forever and ever. And yet we might/most-likely-will inherit many things from God the Father.

Apostles word VS Sadducees word

Why were the Sadducees and the Apostles unable to find a way to reconcile their rival opinions? Sadducees studied the law, and the law of Moses. The Apostles spread what Jesus Christ taught them. The Sadducees, tried to on wit the Apostles and even threatened them. But that of course they failed. Then some people decided to lie to them, that ended up bad for the liars because they fell down dead right at the apostle’s feet without the apostle doing or even planning any harm to the liars. The Apostles were arrested and then told or threatened not to preach, of course that failed because the Angles of the Lord God in Heaven released the Apostles for prison, and then the Apostles went and continued teaching/preaching the gospel. Many persecuted the saints, one in particular persecuted the most was a man called Saul. Saul one day decided to take a stroll to Damascus, and then something happened to him. After that experience, he continued to Damascus blind. Saul was sent to someone to heal him, and that person did so. And after that, Saul preached instead of persecuted.

According to Mark’s gospel, what was main issue dividing Jesus from the leaders of Israel?

Jesus taught some things completely different from what the leaders of Israel taught. He did things which they thought were against the law. And more than ½ of those laws were useless (like the correct way to tie your shoe for example), and minor. The leaders of Islam were jealous that Jesus could cast devils out of people, health the deaf, lame, blind, sick, and dead and do many more miraculous things which they could not do. The leaders (some of them anyways) of Islam did not understand what Jesus taught, nor did they want to. They hardened their hearts, and refused to listen, that is why they did not understand.

Jesus did many things which broke their laws, and always had a witty-fact response (that made them rethink their teachings/what-they-taught). People all over marveled at the teachings that Jesus taught, and the things that Jesus did and said. Many followed Jesus, because they got a few days off work and free food. The people were hungering for the wrong reasons, Jesus wanted them to hunger for the things that he taught them, but they were too hardheaded and stiffnecked. The leaders of Islam accused Jesus for many things that were false, which they and many others did. When they tried to find fault in Jesus, they could not agree on the things that they accused him of. Pilate found no fault in Jesus, yet the people wanted him dead and a person, who was guilty of the things that Jesus was accused of, to be set free. Yet Jesus still took our sins upon him, and died for us.

 

Now you readers tell me, Did he show us great love? Did he set an great example of what we should be like (being ourselves yet trying to become like Jesus)? Did Jesus show us the correct path that we should follow? Did he show us how guilty we actually are when it comes to sin?

How important were the miracles in the book’s account of Jesus’ early ministry?

The book or Mark’s account of Christ’s early ministry is pretty important, because it tells us who Jesus appointed to continue his work here on earth. The miracles that were recorded, are also important. Because the people who were healed, were healed because they believed in Jesus Christ and the healing’s also could teach us some really important lessons. One of those lessons is that all things are possible if we believe in God and Jesus Christ (and the Holy Ghost). Another lesson that Christ taught was that he came here on earth to redeem the ones who needed to repent and not those who were already righteous. If we are looking for a role model of who we would like to become like, then Jesus Christ is a great example. Jesus was kind but firm, a master but served, pure (sinless) but took our sins upon him, saved many (us) who do/did not deserve to be saved, innocent but accused of breaking every (or almost) single law, and many other things. He came here on earth to show us the way to have eternal life.

 

Jesus Christ taught in parables, and all which both applied back then and applies in now a days. He did his teachings in a way that we could understand them, by applying the Kingdom of Heaven to everyday things (food, containers, ways of a sower, etc…). Jesus Christ did some impossible things that we cannot do without help of some kind (Ex: walking on water, dividing 5 loaves and 2 fished among 5000 men with lots to spare, etc…).

 

How important were the miracles in the book’s account of Jesus’ early ministry? To summarize it up: the miracles in the book’s account of Jesus’ early ministry were important because it showed us that with God, NOTHING is impossible, and Jesus also showed us the way how we should treat people, and many things like that. And many other things.

What was Ovid’s view of the gods’ ethical performance?

Ovid’s view of the gods’ ethical performances, is more or less the same as all Greeks and Romans. In all the stories of the gods/goddess, either a god/goddess or a human/some form of creature, gets transformed into something else.

 

The goddess of weaving, had a weaving contest with one of her pupils. The goddess wins, the pupil tries to kill the teacher then the teacher tries to commit suicide after her pupil unsuccessfully tries to kill her, and then the pupil saves the teacher’s life and then turns the goddess into a spider (the teacher is the goddess of weaving). A god had a musical contest with a mythical creature. Obviously the god wins, and the god decides to torture the poor creature by tearing the creature’s sin off, when the creature was still conscious. Then the god turns the weeping for the dead creature, that he tortured to death, into a river of tears.

 

So, what Ovid is trying to tell us is that we should not try to out do someone who is obviously better that yourself. And that we should try to get in the gods and goddesses (teacher’s) good books.

 

SO, you readers please do not try to out match your teacher in a contest in the ways that the teacher taught you. Because you WOULD (correction: might) LOOSE, and that the teacher might not be merciful to you, if they lose or win.

How Important was the rhetorical Context of Cicero’s orations: his listeners’ fear of Catiline’s conspiracy and army?

It is not really that important. The Orations are practically nothing but opinions, of the people arguing, fighting verbally, and the accusing & blaming Cicero’s sins (which is practically just the murder of his mother) for the bad things that are coming their way (I think that I got it all summarized up correctly). Their speech involve a lot of the Roman gods.

If you had been Catiline, what would you have said to undermine Cicero’s case?

I honestly do not know what I would said. It depends on our knowledge, personality, our choice of actions leading up to the event, how we were raised, the way we think, etc. I think that I were in her shoes, I would’ve said many, if not all, what she said to undermine Cicero’s case. If I was in her situation, but not in her shoes (mentally of course/it is a figure of speech)/ being me but in her situation, I might of said something totally different or simply not partake any part of it/ avoid it from the beginning.

How does the view of ethical cause and effect in history in Works and Days compare with the furies’ view in The Eumenides

The ethics in Agamemnon’s Works and Days, is many about, if the vengeance of the Greek gods could prevail. It is all very confusing, because it is about one person’s vengeance, and then about the vengeance of the person who is being avenged, and the person being avenged did something not good and puts the blame on like a dead person and says that if the avenged person did not do something that the blamed person told that avenged person to do, the blamed person will do something to avenge the avenged person. So no matter what the avenged person did, that person will somehow will still get avenged. That was with the mortals.

 

The Greek gods and goddesses were even worse, because the same thing will happen except the way that they solve the problem was to fight each other by destroying each other’s temples and cities using mortals to do their (the gods and goddesses) fighting. Here is where it gets confusing. The Greeks turned the reasons why they had wars with each other, to the madness or problems of their gods and goddesses. It goes something like this. All families in Greece worshiped the god or goddess of their choice, in all cities. Then when they have a war with each other, and they start praying or whatever to the god or goddess of their choice for strength or help. Then they took the true reasons why they had a war with each other, and turned it into an amazing story of some the gods or goddesses madness, which gave them a reason why they had wars but still knew the true reason why they had those wars. So the Greeks not only knew the true reason why they had the wars they had, but they took it that it was caused by one of gods or goddesses having a fight and they also took it as that the winning side of the wars was decided by their gods and goddess.

 

The ethics in ‘the Eumenides’ is that after death, someone might take vengeance on the person who killed us. The Greeks believed that ‘furies’ did that for them. First, what is a ‘Fury’? A fury to the Greeks is a fallen goddess that dwells in a place called ‘Tartarus’. Tartarus is the Greek version of hell. It was believed that if and when someone gets killed by someone else, or something like that, a fury will come and take vengeance for the dead person’s death. Someone might died, because they asked someone to do it or their fury will come and take vengeance on the person asked, for them when they are dead.

 

So what is the view of ethical cause and effect in history in Works and Days compare with the furies’ view in The Eumenides? The view of ethical cause and effect in ‘Works and Days’, is the Greek gods and goddesses taking vengeance on each other, because the Greeks having wars with each other. The view of ethical cause and effect in ‘The Eumenides’, was cause by the greeks but the vengeance done was done by the ‘furies’ on behalf of the dead. So the view of ethical cause and effect in both of the topics, is that one day the person who killed us might get revenged for doing what they did to us.

What would have been Orestes’ proper course of action, had he been living today? Why?

Orestes was the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology, who was hunted by the Erinyes after he killed his own mother. No one could have guess what Orestes’ proper course of action would have been, if he was alive today.

 

Why? He probably would have done something not good with his knowledge, he could have suffered from something, he could of gotten bored of living too long, he might of had a different train of thought if he was born in these modern days, the world would be a different place (for someone or some people or maybe the the entire world) if he was here now. Nobody here on earth could guess what would have been Orestes’ proper course of action, had he been alive today, or a 1000 years ago, or how many years ago or from now, he might simply would of become/became a different person.

Difference between Genesis 1 and Theogony

What are the main differences between Genesis 1 and Theogony?

 

Genesis 1 is about the creation of the world. Theogony is also about the creation of the world, but it is also the beginning of the Greek gods and goddess. Genesis has 1 God who made the world, and it has more order. Theogony is longer, and it tells more of the geography of the Greek gods than the creation of the world, apparently Earth is one of the goddess at the very beginning. Women were created as a mate for man in Genesis. But in Theogony, women were created way after men were, and were created as a curse to men. In Genesis, the God is almighty and powerful. In Theogony, none of the gods or goddess are almighty and powerful. The God in Genesis, is the God of everything and could control the elements to do his will, earthquakes that could bring down great cities bigger than New York,  tsunamis big enough to sink mountains (bringing mountains underwater), send fireballs to completely destroy mountains (and leave no remains that the mountain had actually excited), move mountains. In Theogony, there are more than one god or goddess to control each element, for example, there is more than 1 god of the waters (Persian, Aegaeon, Achelous, Akheilos, Alpheus, Amphitrite, Anapos, Brizo, Carcinus, Ceto, Charybdis, etc…)

(see Greek Mythology on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_water_deities ).

Discuss some of the reasons offered in the Psalms for long-term optimism

There are many lesson that could be learnt from Psalms. 1)Sovereignty. 2) Hierarchy. 3)Law. 4) Sanctions. 5) things that are going to happen in the Future. Optimism means ‘The opinion or doctrine that everything in nature is ordered for the best’.

 

The optimism that we could learn from Sovereignty, is that the Lord God is the governor of all nations; He is the supreme ruler, and that everyone should worship Him and He only. The optimism that we could learn from  Hierarchy is that no kingdom could stand if they are fighting each other; if you have Lord on your side, then you could be very successful in being the governor, but as soon as you take His judgement as yours then you are going to fail miserably.

 

The optimism that we could learn from the Lord’s Laws is that they are high standard Laws; if you could not keep his commandments, then you won’t be able to keep his laws, and if you could not keep his laws then you won’t be able to receive his guidance and blessings as well as you could of; meaning that the Lord’s governs us with His Laws. The optimism that we could learn from Sanctions is that the Lord can give authority to his chosen one that He has chosen to do specific things to allow His presents in, for example a Prophet of the Lord has the authority to dedicate a Temple unto the Lord.

 

The optimism that we could learn from the Future, is that we could only prepare for the future and that the Lord could reveal unto us something that is going to happen in the future, and if means bad news for us then we need to repent of our wrong doings so that the Lord would not bring to pass what he had foretold us. The city of Nineveh was foretold that it would get destroyed, but because of the people’s repentance, they were not destroyed. If the Lord told us that something is going to happen then it might be a good ideal to not stop it from happening because someone thought that they could stop it but that leads to it to happen, although it might happen regardless, unless the Lord tells us to do something about it.

A Summary Of the History of Minoan Crete

Minoan Crete was an island near Greece that was inhabited by some people in the 400 years that historian’s lost track of the Greeks. Minoan Crete was inhabited, by the looks of things, by peaceful people. These people had complicated designed pottery, built their houses connecting in such a way that they supported each other, even in an earthquake. It was like it was a miniature Babylon with Greek stuff instead of Babylonian stuff in different time. These people loved to travel on the water, because they had different countries pottery, furniture, etc… on that little island. By the looks of it, they were not even attacked by other people because they had lots of ships to make it that they had a large amoda (army of ships). Historians thought that the people who lived on Minoan Crete was a peaceful people, until they found a house filled of human skeletons, both young and old. And then they found a skeleton boy strapped to an altar with a knife beside him. And the historians figured out that they had sacrificed their children to their gods. Then historians found some writings with Greek instead of any other language, on stuff like their pottery, walls, tombstones, etc…

Please tell me in the comments below anything that I had written was wrong.

History Of the Hebrews From Abraham to Moses

Abraham was born and raised in Egypt. When he was young, about 20-30 maybe, he and three other Women saw the evil in the worshiping of the Egyptian Gods. Abraham’s father disliked that Abraham was not worshiping the Egyptians Gods. So anyone who did not worship their Gods, they used them as offerings to their Gods. The Women were the first to go. But When Abraham was on the altar about to get sacrificed, an angel came and slew the priest and then took Abraham somewhere else.

Abraham went to some other part of his family which was in the land of Canaan. And then he took Saira to wife (who also turns out to be his cousin). Abraham and Saira lived doing the Lord’s will until they were old. They badly wanted a son, and then three messengers came. Abraham saw and then knew that these three messengers were of the Lord, so he treated them extremely well. And when they had their rest they told Abraham their message, and that was that Abraham and Saira were going to have a child. Saira overheard the message, and then laughed at it. When she was 90 years of age! She finally was able to bear a child – something she was wishing for, for a long long time. Years passed, and Abraham was asked by the Lord to offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice. As difficult as it was for Abraham, he was obedient and was prepared to do what was asked of him by the Lord. When they arrived, Isaac notice that they did not have an offering. Isaac was determined to do his father’s will, so he decided to use himself as the sacrifice. When Abraham was about to prepare the sacrifice for burning, an angel stopped him and then the Lord gave Abraham a ram instead of using Abraham’s only son.

Many years later, Abraham took one of his servants to the Land of Canaan, because the women nearby were not worthy enough. So the servant went to the Land of Canaan, and found a lovely young woman named Rebekah, who gave him, the other servants and their 10 camels enough water to drink. And after a nights stay, the servant asked Rebekah if she could go with him back to his new master Isaac. Rebeka agreed to go with the servant. And when she arrived at the servants new master’s land, she saw Isaac coming towards them and then she lightened off her camel and asked the servant who was the person was coming towards them. He replied that it was his new master. Isaac then took Rebekah to wife, and had 2 sons.

Esau was the oldest, and Jacob was the youngest. Esau was hairy, and was an outsider (loved to be outside) and was Isaac’s favorite. While Jacob helped inside the tents, and was his mother’s favorite. One day Esau came to Jacob famished and asked for some pottage (food). Jacob sold the pottage to his brother Esau for Esau’s birthright. A few days later Isaac told Esau to make Isaac’s favorite meal. Rebekah heard her husband’s wishes, and then gave Jacob some errands to run. And then she made Isaac’s wish, and then made Jacob wear the kid’s (animal’s) skin so that his arms seemed hairy, and then he delivered the meal to his father and then received his father’s blessing. When Esau came back, he delivered his father’s meal but was too late, because the blessing was already given to Jacob. Isaac noticed that he was deceived (because he was blind), and Esau demanded to receive a blessing too.

Rebekah told Jacob to run away, because his brother Esau seeked for revenge. So Jacob ran away to his Uncle on his mother’s side. There he saw a lovely looking woman, so he did what men’s natural way of getting woman’s attention and that was to show off, by doing things that normal men can not do. So he made an agreement with his uncle, that he would work 7 years for Rachel (the beautiful looking young woman that caught Jacob’s attention). So Jacob worked 7 years for Rachel but got the older sister Leah instead. So he worked for another 7 years for Rachel. And then he worked for another 7 years to support his family, and then took them with him to his original home land. But one problem was in the way… Jacob feared that his older brother Esau was probably still wanting revenge on Jacob. So Jacob sent some gifts ahead for his brother, but his brother gave them back with the revengeance gone away from him and invited Jacob and his family to stay.

Over the years, Jacob’s wives bore him 12 sons. 10 belonged to Leah, and 2 which he loved more than the other 10, were from Rachel. Out of the 4 wives that Jacob had, he loved Rachel the most. During the years after Jacob had outlived his wives, the 10 older sons grew jealous of their younger brother Joseph (who was the oldest of the 2 youngest). Eventually Joseph was sold by his older brothers into Egypt. He was bought by the Captain of the Guards of Pharaoh. Joseph worked hard to become the best slave. He was made ruler of the slaves. And then Potiphar’s (Potiphar was the Captain of the Guard’s) wife decided to make Joseph sin against God. Joseph denied to listen to such a command, and was thrown into prison. While in prison, he saved the life of the prison keeper, and was entrusted to help run the prison. One time he saw that 2 of the prisoners were uneasy because of the dreams that they had. So Joseph interpreted their dreams, which came true.

Years later Pharaoh started to have dreams, and demanded them to be interpreted. Which no one so far could interpret. So Joseph was sent and he interpreted the dreams that the Pharaoh had. And then was appointed to be second in command of Egypt. Seven years after Joseph had foretold of the famine that was to come. His brothers came to Egypt to buy food. So Joseph gave a little more than what they thought they bought. The brothers came a few times more, until Joseph got them to bring their youngest brother, Benjamin. And then Joseph decided to take his youngest brother as a slave, but one of the older brothers decided that his father would die if Benjamin did not come back, so he asked if Joseph should take him instead. And then Joseph revealed his true identity to his brothers. The brothers were struck speechless (for the moment) and Joseph forgave his older brothers for selling him into Egypt, because the Lord wanted Joseph to be there to save Egypt and many other lives from the 7 year famine.

Years after Joseph had died, the Egyptians forgot the great deeds that Joseph did. So all the Hebrews became slaves. Moses was born and put in a basket on a river, and then one of Pharaoh’s daughters found Moses there. Many years passed, then Moses killed an overseer for whipping a slave too much and then ran away and became a shepherd. One day while he was tending his flock of sheep, he came upon a burning bush that was not being consumed. He followed the burning bush into a cave, and received a message from the Lord on that holy ground. Moses was told to and save his people, the Hebrews, from slavery. Moses is doubtful that he can do what is requested of him by the Lord. He doubts his ability to speak well, and then he was told that his brother Aaron will help him. Finally Moses accepts his duty and does it. He went to Pharaoh and demanded him to release the Hebrews. Then Moses worked some wonders and ten plagues are released upon Egypt, but still Pharaoh is hard hearted and will not release the Hebrew. And the Passover finally came, and Pharaoh releases the Hebrews. The next day the Pharaoh changed his mind and went after them. The Lord parted the Red Sea for the Hebrews. During their journey, the Lord did some wonders to stop the people’s complaining. Moses went up a mountain for 40 days, and came back down with 2 tablets only to see that the people were worshiping a golden calf. And that angered Moses so he threw the tablets down, causing the tables to break. He destroys the golden calf. And then Moses goes back up to get a new set of the tablets.

Week 5 writing Assignment

Yea, I got to choose 1 out of 4 questions to answer:

  1. Why was Aristotle a significant figure?
  2. How would you explain Aristotle’s main points in his Ethics to the average person?

  3. How have libertarians, or “Aristotelian liberals,” argued for liberty on the basis of Aristotle’s ideas?

  4. What was Spartan society like?

My choice is the 4th/ last question “What was Spartan society like?”. Because I know more of the answer to it than the others, and when I was in grade 6, we as a class did Greek Mythology. I was in the Spartan Group (at the end, I was the only member in my group who did not mind taking the poster home to keep).

Sparta was a Greek state. They were friends with another state, but turned that friendship into slavery. Ever since they turned their friends into slaves, they feared that the slaves would kill them if the slaves were not reminded of their position. So they faced their fear by toughening their people up. Women had racing & weight lifting competitions. Women were the ones doing all the housework and monitoring the slaves and the house, they were even the ones who owned the houses. The men were taken away from their families when the were 7 years of age.

For the next 13 years, the men were trained to become warriors, they were fed just enough to be kept alive. At age 20, they entered the army for the next 10 years. During their stay in the army, they could get married if they wanted to. They could only visit their wives when they were on guard duty or if they snuck past the guards to and back without being caught. At age 30 they finally became a citizen of Sparta. They had all the rights of a citizen, except that they HAD to eat poor food in the mess hall, and when they were called to do something by the government, they had to obey.

Some slaves got some training to become a warrior, but then they were killed by the boy’s in training. Some of the slaves were just killed to prove that the boy killing them was a man of steel. Because of the government’s way of living, they did indeed become a hard to defeat army but they were way behind in technology. The Spartans were defeated by a state called Athens. Yes the Spartans had great warriors, but Athens had a great navy. The Spartans weakness (great warriors, but not good sailors), destroyed them.

Discuss some of the reasons offered in the Psalms for long-term optimism

There are many lesson that could be learnt from Psalms. 1)Sovereignty. 2) Hierarchy. 3)Law. 4) Sanctions. 5) things that are going to happen in the Future. Optimism means ‘The opinion or doctrine that everything in nature is ordered for the best’.

The optimism that we could learn from Sovereignty, is that the Lord God is the governor of all nations; He is the supreme ruler, and that everyone should worship Him and He only. The optimism that we could learn from Hierarchy is that no kingdom could stand if they are fighting each other; if you have Lord on your side, then you could be very successful in being the governor, but as soon as you take His judgement as yours then you are going to fail miserably.

The optimism that we could learn from the Lord’s Laws is that they are high standard Laws; if you could not keep his commandments, then you won’t be able to keep his laws, and if you could not keep his laws then you won’t be able to receive his guidance and blessings as well as you could of; meaning that the Lord’s governs us with His Laws. The optimism that we could learn from Sanctions is that the Lord can give authority to his chosen one that He has chosen to do specific things to allow His presents in, for example a Prophet of the Lord has the authority to dedicate a Temple unto the Lord.

The optimism that we could learn from the Future, is that we could only prepare for the future and that the Lord could reveal unto us something that is going to happen in the future, and if means bad news for us then we need to repent of our wrong doings so that the Lord would not bring to pass what he had foretold us. The city of Nineveh was foretold that it would get destroyed, but because of the people’s repentance, they were not destroyed. If the Lord told us that something is going to happen then it might be a good ideal to not stop it from happening because someone thought that they could stop it but that leads to it to happen, although it might happen regardless, unless the Lord tells us to do something about it.

Genesis 1-3

Genesis 1: Is about the days that everything that was created. The 7th day was a day of rest. And God saw that everything that he created was good.

Genesis 2: Is about God giving a task to Adam to name every animal. And then God made a woman to be a companion (wife) for Adam. Eve, the woman that God gave Adam, was tempted by a serpent to eat a forbidden fruit and she gave some of that fruit to Adam, who ate as well. And then their minds were opened to the knowledge of good and evil.
And they ran away, knowing that they were naked, to sew fig leaves to make an apron to cover them. God came and asked Adam where he was, Adam answered. God asked him why he was hiding and Adam told God that he was naked. God then asks, who told him that he was naked, and then asked Adam did he eat of the forbidden fruit. Adam replies that Eve gave him some fruit and he ate. God then asks, why did she eat of the forbidden fruit and she told God that the Serpent tricked her into doing so. And then God cursed the serpent. And then kick Adam and Eve out of the Garden, with a whole new world to experience.

Genesis 3: Is about some of the history line of Adam and Eve had created. Cain and Abel, making sacrifices to the Lord. The Lord respects Abel and his offerings and not Cain’s. Cain gets enious, and kills Abel. The Lord curses Cain and puts a mark on Cain, and said that anyone who killed Cain will get 70-fold.

Discuss the relationship between ethics and sanctions in Proverbs 1-7

Proverbs can teach us pretty important lessons. In Proverbs 1-7 it teaches us that we should obey the law, must not commit adultery, and they warn us of the evils of women (that is what it says in the Bible, but men could be even more evil).

Proverbs teaches that the law could be pretty harsh. If we follow the law of the land, we hopefully could enjoy what life has to give us and that we do not have to spend a couple years or so trying to settle a debt, and life will be so much easier and enjoyable. So if we want to not live our life trying to settle a debt, we must obey the law of the land and try to avoid breaking it as much as possible.

This book of the Bible teaches us some of the consequences in committing adultery, and they could be pretty harsh depending on the person’s spouse who you decided to commit that sin with. Back in those times they lived by a law called the Mosaic Law. Let’s say that if a wife of a husband committed adultery with another man, the husband has the right to have both of them (the wife and the man who she committed adultery with) killed. Same things goes if it were the husband. If a spouse re-marries after their previous spouse had given up the ghost, then it will not count as committing adultery.

And with the warnings of the evils of women, we must try to avoid her flattery lips that practically find joy in dooming one young person’s life (and soul) who still has their whole life ahead of them. These warnings are there so say that when a women is in an mood to commit a sin, she will kiss you and then use the flattery of her lips to lure you into committing a sin with her, and probably put you in your doom for eternity/make you regret for what you had gotten yourself into. In other words, avoid anyone who is evil that will use their flattery lips to lure you into committing a sin with that person (anyone).

Was Thoreau dependent on the division of labor while he was living on Walden Pond?

If Thoreau had more information about the history of his life, and the type of family he had came from, I think that his book would of have been more successful. If Thoreau had written that information about his life, but it was Not included in his book then that was his book publishers fault because they were the ones who had published Thoreau’s book when he was dead. Anyways, if the background of Thoreau’s life as included in his book then his book would have probably would have been a lot more successful. If Thoreau did not preach like a preacher his believes of labor to a crowd of people who did not care a single bit of what he had to say or did not want to learn his believes of labor, then he would of seemed more like the citizens and would of probably been more successful.

If Thoreau did not live all by himself, then his human company could of given him some idea’s. And his company would of understand what he wanted in his book if he had died before his book was published, then he would have been a more well known writer. If he also had written better books before, then the public would of accepted his book a lot better.

So “Was Thoreau dependent on the division of labor while he was living on Walden Pond?”. Yes, he was pretty dependent on people to run the land around the house by the sounds of it. And yes, he was dependent for his relatives to publish his book when he had gave up the ghost (died). All what Thoreau did was walk in the woods, by the pond, and type and thinking on what else to type for his books, when he was at the Walden Pond, witch was a couple of miles away from the closes residence. And he was all alone, and the only company he had was some slaves or and servants and the animals that lived near by. The servants or and the slaves took care of the place, and the animals minded their own business and made the nature more enjoyable, acceptable, and refreshing.

18 Benefits of The Ron Paul Curriculum

  1. Self Learning.

  2. 100% guarantee get money back within 6 months after starting.

  3. Work does not have to be graded.

  4. Learn at own pace.

  5. Watch video’s instead of listening to boring teachers who get paid to teach.

  6. You are doing it with other students.

  7. You can answer other students questions and work on their essay’s, and they could do the same for you.

  8. Review of the lessons before and after each lessons.

  9. A review lesson that reviews the previous lessons in the week.

  10. Lessons provides different sources to learn from.

  11. Having reading assignments.

  12. Having some writing assignments.

  13. Having more than one subject.

  14. You can graduate 2 years earlier, than those students than attend public or regular schools.

  15. You can pick the hours of your schooling.

  16. You get to decide to take specific days off.

  17. Cheaper than most regular schools.

  18. Get a specific amount of money to use to get things for school work.

Comparing the Franchise Model Against Going Independent & “Doing Your Own Thing.”

Franchise Model:

Franchise business, is basically a copied idea and that you have to follow the owner’s rules and expectations to run your copy of the idea.

“Doing Your Own Thing.”:

With “Doing Your Own Thing”, you get to do whatever you want. You could take as big of as risks as you like. And you get to have more options than working for a Franchise. With “Doing Your Own Thing”, you get to choose if you want a boring poor paying desk job or a fun lively adventure job that pays well, and you get to choose which days you get to work. No work, no food, no enjoyment, no fun, boredom. So if you want food to eat, work. Make sure you do not work too hard, or you will not enjoy what you do. If you want to work but can not find any projects to work on or whatever, have a job that is not dependent on having projects or depended on other businesses. Do it all by yourself, then hire but make sure your company is independant. And then you might somehow be quite successful. Big risks, big reward.

Cash V.S Accrual Accounting

Cash Accounting

Cash rules/ Cash is King. With the Cash accounting, you get paid faster and usually right on the spot. And usually small businesses use cash accounting. With cash accounting, you get paid for whatever it is that you did or sold right on the spot.

Accrual Accounting

With Accrual accounting, you might do a service before getting paid and then the buyer might not have enough money to pay it off, hence wasting your time and theirs. And they might not ever pay it off. Accrual accounting is mostly used by big businesses, and you could usually do more stuff with it, and it is harder to have it stolen and then used.

5-point sales process.

Discover the Prospects. Ask:

Ask questions like, “What is your biggest problem with_______?” and “What are you looking for in a new_______?”. Discover what the people’s problems, and then find a way how to solve it.

Summarize the Motivation. Agree With Them:

Define the problem. Use their problems, to help you run a business that will solve their wants and needs.

Present your Product:

You make your product, then sell it to the people who you know that your product will solve their problem/ you sell them what they want or and need.

Answer their Questions:

Listen. Answer. Suggest. You first listen to their questions, then you answer them, and then you suggest other alternatives that will suit their needs and wants.

Close the Sale:

Often the buyer will indicate the close. But sometimes they need a gentle (not physically) push like “Do we have an acord/ agreement/ deal?”. And then record it, write it down, and then hand it over to the boss to sort it out/ you take their order (if they order).

3 Area’s of Business

1.Manufacturing
Manufacturing businesses are businesses that build and sell their own, like Apple, Windows, hardware stores, etc…

2.Retail and Wholesale
Retail businesses grow their own products, and then sell them to Wholesale businesses, like farms, food warehouses. Wholesale businesses buy their products and then sell them to other customers, like Wal-Mart, Super Store, Co-op, Cos-co, Supermarkets, clothing stores, etc…

3.Service
Service businesses serve customers, like restaurants, car dealerships (selling cars), repairing dealerships, yard dealerships, Handyman (easy to fix stuff that is in the house), electro worker (a person who installs the electric work (light bulbs) in and around the house), etc…

Lesson: 20 Essay Time

I got to chose to answer one of the questions below:

  1. By now you are familiar with versions of the Pareto Principle, which says that 20% of the effort brings 80% of the results. Imagine you are a biochemist looking for a medical breakthrough. How could you apply the Pareto Principle to your research? Which class or classes of molecules are most likely to yield the greatest reward for the least amount of research? Why do you feel this to be the case?
  2. You are probably taller now than you were 4 years ago. What, specifically, caused you to become taller? Explain what happened on a cellular level.

  3. Someone sneaks up behind you and shouts, “Boo!” For a few seconds your heart beats faster. You did not run or do any physical activity that would increase your heart rate. What caused your heart to beat so fast?

  4. You scrape your knee so deeply that it bleeds. Later a scab forms over the wound. When the scab falls off, you have new skin underneath. Where did the new skin come from? Describe the process in detail.

This is a hard decision to make because all of them are very good questions, but for some reason that question 1 has more questions in it to answer any of the other questions. I am going to begin by saying ”that the body is a wonder all by itself, it heals, keeps your body as functional as possible so that you could enjoy life, and many other things. A lot of those things are too complicated for scientists too even begin to explain the ‘5 W’s and the H’ about the functions of the body”. I will answer the 4th/ last question, probably because I have had many experiences concerning the question.

The first step to the healing process of any bleeding wound is that the skin needs to ‘first stop bleeding’ so that the blood can dry out to form the scab. Once the scab is formed, the molecules in your body receive the message, and they start making their way to the wound that was created. The molecules start working together to heal the wound, and they start by starting on the perimeter of the wound, and then work their way to the center. The entire process involves a lot of complicated cell division, and some other biology chemical stuff that I believe that I would probably never learn. I understand so little of the healing of the open wounds, that I am pretty sure that if anyone understood the entire process that it would of filled a dozen or so of bible thick books in a way that most extremely good readers and scientists would not understand them (human-wise scientists without the level of understanding).

Water Properties

What do we mean by “emergent properties”?:

 

Water is made out of 2 types of atoms. Water is made up of 3 atoms in total, 2 Hydrogen and 1 Oxygen, hence the name H2O. Hydrogen is a natural occurring gas that is important to the storage and transfer of energy to organisms. Oxygen has the same qualities as Hydrogen, but for a different purpose. Water is both Cohesion and Adhesion. For those who do not know what Cohesion and Adhesion mean: Cohesion means that it sticks to itself, and Adhesion means that it sticks to other surfaces.

 

What gives water its emergent properties?:

 

Water is both Cohesion and Adhesion. For those who do not know what Cohesion and Adhesion mean: Cohesion means that it sticks to itself, and Adhesion means that it sticks to other surfaces.

Water also absorbs heat, and this helps us measure heat. Water can be a liquid, solid or gas. Water in its liquid form is ‘water’, in its solid form it is ‘ice’, and in its gas form it is ‘steam’. Water is an universal solvent, meaning that it could be used as a base or an acid. Water could dissolve salt and sugar, but you could still taste the salt or sugar but not as strongly. And this is because of its Hydrogen and Oxygen molecules/ atoms. water can dissolve itself when it is H3O.

 

How does water properties affect life & the environment on a molecule scale?:

 

Water has a bond called a ‘Hydrogen bond’. A Hydrogen Bond is a weak and short lasting bond that is very important in many biological processes. This Hydrogen bond enables water to separate/ move around an object. If an object, like your hand, is put into water, the water moves around that object, that is because of its hydrogen bond. Allowing fish to swim and boats to float.
When water gets cold, the molecules move away from each other and vibrate in one place giving the explanation of why water expands when it freezes, creating a solid form of water called ‘ice’. Because water expands while it freezes, the molecules makes the forming ice lighter (denser) than water, explaining the reason why ice floats and why we do not live in an ice age. And this is important to the sustaining of life on earth.

Bob Bly-style landing page that promotes Google AdWords for a local business

Bob Bly-style is, telling the reader of his product and then offers you yo order. But if the reader is not satisfied, then he will tell the reader even more about the product. And this goes on until he runs out of things to tell more about his product that he is selling. And that somehow promotes Google Adwords, and local business if and when the reader is interested in what Bob Bly has to sell. Some of his products is telling the reader how to become successful in owning a business. He tells the readers were most business owners mess up/ he simplifies how to become a successful business owner. Bob Bly tells you what companies would be really a good idea to make an ally/ come on of the people on their good list. Because if you do not, then your company will not expand as fast or will crumble into dust/ you will not succeed as good or as fast without Google, and other Companies that will, if you are on their good to work with list, help you succeed.

New Found Knowledge

Advantages do I now have that I did not have when the week began. I am going to put the Advantages I now have in a list form.

  1. I now know how make a good ad.

  2. I now know more about the ups and downs of advertising.

  3. I now know about what makes a good business person and advertiser.

  4. I now know the cost of PPC and paying for every ad that I might put out, even if no one looks at it.

  5. I now know how to Advertise better.

  6. I now know how to make an ad sound better/ having a better title.

  7. I now know how to find the best Keywords.

  8. I now know that tracking your conversations will decrease the cost of the ads and add more profit or increase the percentage of the people who view it.

Procrastination Kills

Procrastination means: A putting off to a future time/ Delay. Procrastination Kills, does not mean Delay killing/ putting killing of into the future. It means that we must prepare and plan the future. That is with Business, dating, marriage, education, or jobs. With Business, dating, and marriage, we must not think about our needs and wants but instead we must think about the person who we are dating, married to, and costumers needs and wants.

We could be dating or be married to the pretties girl(s) or person in the school, and they could be the biggest looser (not the best person to be with/ hang out with). Looks could be deceiving. That person who you are dating might look like and angle but deep inside, she is a demon in disguise. She might look like a nice person, meanwhile she is one of the meanest people there are (a wolf in sheep’s clothing/ woo/ shin). If you get someone who looks nice and is nice, then you got a bonus.

When dating (if you are a man) it is all about your date (not the food date, but the person who you are dating), the whole point in dating is to find out more about the person who you are dating. If it is a group date and NO ONE is married yet ( 2 or more pairs of dates go and do something together) , then it is about finding the person who you want to know more about on a more personal level. If you are dating your your wife, then you are dating her to find or re-find something that you did not know about her.

When dating (if you are a woman), you try to let him learn more about you and you about him. I, myself, am not a female but I have a sister who loves giving some female secrets away and I do not remember even half of the secrets that she shared. Because I just like to figure out them out myself. One thing that you women do extremely, is that you women play with emotions (that is probably because you women are more emotional than us men, and that you women are extremely good at reading body language). Playing ‘hard to get’ is really good, because you not only ensure that he is the right person for you but that also ensures that he is the right person for you. and that challenges him and other men, to become worthy of you, and last but not least, if he would not accept you at your worst then he could not accept you at your best.

Men must, date and marry women, Women must, date and marry men. NOT Men date and marry Men, or Women date and marry women. Because that is just gross and inappropriate, and not good for anyone. It is like pizza without toppings, bread without flavor, a hot dog without its wiener, a burger without its filling, life without meaning. If you like pizza with toppings, bread with flavor, a hot dog with its wiener, a burger with its filling, life with meaning. Then date and marry the opposite gender, like you where created to do (men + women= Life to fullness of joy, men +men and women+ women = An life that is way beyond boring (boring to the extreme) and miserable).

Trails is just part of the adventure, being married to the right person is life’s joys and adventures to the fullest.
Genesis 2:24; Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

What was Equiano’s attitude regarding his life in the British Navy

By the sounds of it, Equiano was glad that he was a slave that was a sailor than a slave that was working on plantations. The more he learned about sailing, the more he began to enjoy it and yearned for a battle on the sea’s. Most of his owners treated him very well. Even the sailors treated him as one of them. He made friends with the other slaves and sailors. It was a really sad time for Equiano whenever one of his friends die.

When he got kidnapped, he became very sick and then very suicidal. The sickness came from the cramped sleeping quarters of the slaves, and the suicidal part came form being treated pretty poorly, sleeping in such poor sleeping quarters for a long time, and with the constant fear of the sea and of the people who did not speak his native tongue.

Equiano had a good attitude towards being a sailor in the British Navy. He sometimes actually wished that there was a a battle between the ship that he was on and another ship. He had a good attitude with his life on a sea, once he had learned not to fear the sea any more. He did not love sailing nor did he hate it, he just enjoyed sailing. He was such a favored slave, that most of his owners allowed him to do somethings a slave was forbidden to do, like reading and writing. One his owners had let him buy his freedom, but then the next owner did not allow Equiano his freedom. So he jumped over board, the owner wanted him back on board so he ordered his sailors to send a long boat, or turn the ship at bow, or some one who can swim, swim after the escaping slave (Equiano), and the sailors did not budge an inch. And instead they cheering him on. That is how good of friends the sailors were with Equiano.

What I must do in my note-taking to describe what is going on around me

I could start a journal that has all the notes of what happened in that day/ notes of the days events. I should have many notes about what happens around me in that day’s events. I could always carry a note-book and a pen or a pencil on me were ever I go, so that if I ever have something that I could take some notes on, then I could just pull out the note-book and writing source (pen or pencil), and then quickly take the notes that I need to take (because I do not have anything close to a photographic memory/ I will forget pretty fast). I must take notes that I know that will remind me of the little details that happened in that event on that day.

Quick Summary: I must take as many notes that will remind me of all the details in the event that happened around me in that day. And start writing a journal of keep track of what happened on what day, and then take all my notes of the day, and put it in my journal. And of course, the notes must remind me of a specific day’s event(s)., and they must also remind me of the tiny details.

My 9-month plan to get a part-time job at no less than $20/hour to help a businessman improve his marketing

The fist part of the 9-month plan, is of course is finding a job. The second part is getting a job. Third will be doing what I am assigned to do, unless it is against what I believe, or and against my standards, or if I lack the skill or and knowledge to do it, or and if it was on days that I simply could not do it on. Another part of the plan would be that, I would give suggestions or advice when my boss asks for it. Part of my plan will do my assignments properly and better it if I could, or and do a little something more. And all this planning might take longer than 9 months to complete. I know that this essay is not 500 words long, because I do not have a big plan that will take 9 months to complete and also I have little to say about the matter because I have already told you my small 9 month plan to get a part-time job at no less than $20/hour to help a businessman improve his marketing.

A Event In My Life on learning how to read that Impacted me the same as it did Fredric Douglass

I, for one, do not think on committing suicide over being banned from doing a simple thing like reading. That is probably because my parents do not really have anything to ground me and my siblings from, that is mostly because we obey our parents (most of the time). Mr. Douglass had it harder than I would ever have it, because he was a Slave and it was illegal for slaves to get educated on how to read. But there was a point in my life that I did not wish or and want to learn how to read, but I saw that it was useless to fight back. So I read more often and learned to enjoy it. Now I am like what my older siblings were, hard to get to stop reading a good book/ my parents had to like ground us and take our source of books to read in our free time away, which did/ could not stop us from reading a book of our choice. A little tip, obey your parents, boss, guardians, who ever is in charge of you. If you lets say become a slave then become the best slave, if you become a prisoner then become the best prisoner, and make sure that whatever you are trying to become is the greater good.

I do not think that all the trials in my life would ever match the trials of a slave. A probably a good way to think of a trial is an adventure, and DO NOT LIVE IN THE PASS but have it in mind/ let bygones be bygones, or and pretend it was a bad movie, book, or story that is reality . And what might help is be very forgiving and do good that persecute you. And that might be almost impossible for a slave to even think about doing that.

Mr. Douglass was proud when he first learned how to read, but since it was illegal for slaves to learn and because his owners change of mind, he felt miserable since he knew how to read, and that he would get punished more often. So to prevent him from getting a lot of whippings, he kidnapped himself/ ran away. He got educated farther by white boys who knew how to read and write better, and loved to brag. They gave him food when he proved that he could do what they could do. (please correct me if I got the anything wrong).

What is my most important skill that I can use in starting my business, when I start it

What I love to do, is working with tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, sockets, Alan keyes, knives, etc…)and wood to do simple carving, like carving a knife handle and sharping sticks and then smooth the wood with the tool I used to sharpened it. As long that the project uses wood or and tools, and the project is also a easy enough to do then I will probably do it. I probably will sell my art work, if and when people would not copy my idea of work without my permission, unless I am the copier or they do something more complicated/ more bigger and harder projects, then I will be fine with it. To answer the question properly.

My most important skills, is working with tools and doing simple wood carvings. And with that I could probably start up a business, that sells unique items. Unless another business has already been doing that. What I could do once I set up my business, is that someone could sell a blue print, of something unique that I specialize in, to me and I could make what is on the blue print, and as a successful thinking of a project I will give the first one made to the person who had sold the blue print to me. The outside designs I will give to someone else to do, and pay them for the unique carving the outside designs. What I also could do, and this might be illegal but it will encourage peoples talents and skills in woodwork or and tool handling work, is ask people of all ages as employees. As long as I know that they will do a proper job the first time, unless they are younger than 16 years of age that are just beginners, and if is only every once in a while (once or twice a year or so).

Identifying Two possible Unique Selling Proposition for the RPC

1. Self Learning.

2. RPC’s Home Schooling.

Self Learning:

Self learning is a USP, because you get self taught at your own pace within the time that you have chosen and if you work hard and keep up with the work, you could get a 2 year earlier graduation. And you learn a lot more a lot faster, and a lot easier because you are teaching your self and that you do not have that pressure that public students have. If you want to go to a private school, but they are not nice to you or that you could not find the correct one for you, then start home schooling yourself.

With the Self learning thing, you get to stretch your scheduled to what fits you. If you want to move and it is in the school year already and you do not want to deal with moving into another school, then Home school yourself because home schooling will same a lot of time and effort.

RPC’s Home Schooling:

The RPC’s Home Schooling is USP, because it is cheep, affordable, and it sells what no other private or public school sells, and that is that you do not have to get educated by the Government. The reason why it is a USP, is because not only is it cheep but you get self taught and you could work at your own pace without any pressure. You could take a specific subject and do it in any time frame you like, as long as you do not seem like that you are on a extremely long holiday or vacation/ that you are doing your school work. Lets say that you are moving somewhere, the RPC’s Home Schooling will help moving a lot easier because you do not need to worry about finding a school to attend after your move.

Another USP of the RPC’s Home Schooling, is that it does grades from 4-12 (I think). Usually schools go from 1-5 (elementary), 6-9 (mid-school), and then 10-12 (high school), and there is collage and Universities. If you want a really good education that is cheep, and that you could get 100% of your money back withing 6 months of using the program, then it is the Ron Paul Curriculum (RPC)for you.

Would you spend more pages describing an ant war or loons? Why?

That would be depending on what is more interesting and if it is going to be fiction or non- fiction. If is a ant war that is fiction, then I might write about that. Otherwise I would write about Loons. And there is more to write about Loons than an An War. And reading information about Loons, is more interesting and more helpful, than writing about you, or someone who had watch some ants fighting other ants or insects, or something or whatever. But if you are writing a fiction story about ants that are fighting, like our human wars. Then that is more interesting to read about than reading some useful information that you probably already know or do not even care to know/ not even interested in.

And it sort of depends on how many pages that topic must be written on, or how much I am in the mood to write about that something. If the Ant war is fiction and they have some personalities and the team up with other ants, insects, spiders, humans, or whatever, and it is very similar to a human war except it is insects and spiders, like Ant-Man. Then I would go after writing pages about the ant war in a couple of heart beats (may be more or less), because that seems more interesting than a description about Loons. I wonder if the description of the Loon had to be about the looks, and the ant war would had to be about the ants look like in their shining skins or armor in the war.

I think that an Ant war deserves a story of its own, but if I had to choose between describing an ant war or loons. I would rather describe a Loon than an ant war.

Which one would you prefer to spend more pages describing: an Ant War or Loons?

How important is it for a person to summarize his philosophy of life in an early chapter of an autobiography

It is important that someone understood/ understands what Thoreau is trying to say, because he is practically saying that he does not agree with something and then he goes and says that he agrees with something that is very similar. For example: he dislikes news, but loves gossip, but only in small quantities. You might think that gossip is or almost is news, well then you are wrong. News is information, fresh or not, for example: weather forecast, what had happened in a specific place somewhere around the word. Rumors is a current story passing from one person to another without any known authority for the truth of it. And Gossip is idle tatter/ tattling news/ tattle-tailing rumors about some one.

There you have it. Summary of how Thoreau thinks, is practically is that he dislikes news which is good and prefers gossip, in little quantities, which is bad.

I, myself, prefer news and rumor far more than gossip. One time in Teacher quorum, which is the last class I attend on Sunday’s, we were doing something about making a list about something and I had said a couple things and the last word I had said was “Love” in one of my deepest voices. And that had set the class to an uproarious laughter, and then I had asked them “what is so funny?” they replied “it is the way you had said Love”. A few days later in Seminary, I had said something about a ‘shot gun slug’ and that had set up my entire class to an uproarious laughter, and I had asked them “What is so funny” and one of my class mates asked me to repeat what I had said, and so I did. Then I had figured out that it was the way that I had said ‘Slug’ that had made them laugh. From a few days to a week or two later, about four of those Seminary class mates said that I was now famous at their school, which I did not go to at all. So technically they had made me famous without me being present, and my spreading some good rumors about me.

You are probably thinking “what on earth does that have to do with the title of the easy or what I am talking about? Or and you where probably not staying on topic”, well I was listening and was on topic and those stories had to do with my essay, and that is that they had spread a rumor, not gossip or news but a rumor which I was informed after they had spread-ed a few days after it was already spread-ed.

Remember that News is just news, and that Rumors is far better than Gossip. So instead of spreading Gossip about someone, be nice and spread a good rumor about them, like what my seminary class mates did.

AND DO NOT FORGET!!!!!

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What Benefits Would I Get From Writing an Autobiography?

I could get many benefits if I was good at writing so that I could write an auto-biography, or any book. If I write an auto-biography I could learn from my mistakes in life that I had not or have not notice. I can learn some things from my own mistakes, but I can learn even more from someone else’s. I can teach myself how to do things, but someone else’s who knows a faster, easier, better way than me, can teach me faster than if I were on my own. For example: I could teach myself how to ride a bicycle, it would be a hard and long process with no teacher to help and with no experience on how to ride a bike, but if someone who knew how to ride a bike can teach me how to ride a bike without me making too many little mistakes. ‘Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; Teach him how to fish, you feed him for life’

There are many benefits from writing a biography. One would be; noticing your mistakes in life. Another would be; bring back some, most or all (good, pleasant, bad, sad, happy, etc.) memories; you will be able to express your thoughts through paper or screen (on electronic devices) without even physically talking; you would get paid for your books that you write; people in the future could visualize what the days looked like when you were alive; and there are many more benefits than I have mentioned, you just need to realize or notice them.

I probably could never become as a great as a writer as Mark Twain. Many writers like Mark Twain all have a way to express their imagination in words on paper. You could ask me to read a book and then write or explain what happened in the book and I probably could do it, but you can ask me to write a book on whatever (like about my life) you want me to write about and I probably couldn’t do it.
If you give me the tools, equipment, the material, and whatever I will or might be needing to build let’s say a birdhouse, I could do it, because I have the love and have the desire to build. My love and desire to build is far greater than with my writing. Give me a novel or a series of novels or books that looks interesting to me, I will read it if I do not have anything else to do. In order to write a very good auto-biography, your desire and your ability/skill of writing is needed to write that interesting auto-biography or book.

I probably could not write a good book because I do not wish to. If I wanted to write a story, I need a good education on how to write a good book and I will also need my heart and desire to be in the right place, for example: if my older sister wants to be an author, she will be needing an education on how to write a book, and in order for that to happen she will be needing a strong desire to write those books.

What would it take for Dr. North to persuade me to use Spreader for 10 minutes a day?

That is a good question. But thank goodness, because Dr. North does not have persuaded me to use Spreader. Because I have been taught a better, easier, and cheaper way to speed up my reading, it is called ‘Reading at your own pace’. It is not the speed of reading that we need, it is ‘do you understand what you’re reading’ because anyone can read fast/ do a quick scan, but not everyone can both read fast and understand what we (you) are reading, for example: Abraham Lincoln who (according to Dr. North, and please correct me if I am wrong) can read up to about 3000 words a minute and can understand what he read the first time he read it. What the public schools did before i became home schooled, is that they ask you to read a learners book at your own pace, then they would ask you some questions about what you had read.

Spreader is just to help you read faster, but “do you understand what you are reading?” What my parents did to me and my siblings, is that they let/ made us read more, if we were reading improperly (reading slow and reading words incorrectly) then they made us read aloud to them and sometimes we even took turns with in the reading (one person would read one paragraph and the other would read the next, and we keep alternating). And once we are reading properly or more fluently, they would take a timer and they would set the timer and they would tell us to read a specific amount in the time that they would give us. And if we failed, they would make us read the rest of what they had given us before we did anything else.

I challenge you to use a timer and set a reading chunk (chapters, paragraphs), and try to read that chunk in that time that you know that it would be a challenge to you to accomplish, instead of using Spreader, and by doing this you create a ‘do it yourself’ type of Spreader. If you are having troubles following along in your reading, take a ruler and put it under the sentence that you are reading at the moment, or just use your finger as a pointer.

Collage Costs

I think that my parents might help me pay for my Collage/ University Education at the beginning, and then I will be on my own. Anyways, to answer the question.

I know that I would be a lot better of if I pay 100% of my Collage/ University Education and when I graduate my parents will then give me a graduation gift with half of the money that they presently were planning to pay for my Collage/ University Education. If I pay for my Collage/ University Education, then I will learn a lot more valuable lessons that I could only get by experiences, and it will make my parents proud (hopefully), and relieved. If I pay for my own Collage/ University Education, then I will probably handle some hardships a lot easier than most people and that I will be more capable of running my own business by myself. The only downside so far, is delaying having a family of my own (delaying family is not good). And to all those who are reading or listening to this. I am not bi-sexual/ I do not agree with same sex marriage.

Liebster reward A+Q

Q+A’s to purplefrog01:

Have you ever had a near death experience? Yes. 3 times

What is your favorite season? Summer

Do you like chocolate? Yes. as long it is not Dark Chocolate

What is your favorite school subject? The reading part of English

What is your favorite bible verse? I Do not have any

Have you ever broken a bone? No. But I fractured one when I was 2 years old.

Do you play sports? No

What genre of music do you listen to? Old Classical

Do you like to travel? Sometimes. as long it is not moving from one location to another

Do you like to bake? Sometimes

What is your favorite book? I do not have any. but I like Sci-fi books like Fableheaven

Question for my nominees:

  1. Are you Christian?
  2. Are you a good cook?
  3. What is your favorite color?
  4.  What is your favorite food?
  5. Have you broken any bones?
  6. Do you have any nasty scars, and Where (if it is too personal, you do not have to mention it)?
  7. Do you do like doing anything creative with your hands, like making jewelry, building things?
  8. Do you have any pets?
  9. What is (are) your favorite book(s)?
  10. Are you an outside person (a person who loves being outside)?
  11. (extra question, if you did not counted the 6th question as two questions) Do you love to camp or and travel?

History Of the Hebrews From Abraham to Moses

Abraham was born and raised in Egypt. When he was young, about 20-30 maybe, he and three other Women saw the evil in the worshiping of the Egyptian Gods. Abraham’s father disliked that Abraham was not worshiping the Egyptians Gods. So anyone who did not worship their Gods, they used them as offerings to their Gods. The Women were the first to go. But When Abraham was on the altar about to get sacrificed, an angel came and slew the priest and then took Abraham somewhere else.

 

Abraham went to some other part of his family which was in the land of Canaan. And then he took Saira to wife (who also turns out to be his cousin). Abraham and Saira lived doing the Lord’s will until they were old. They badly wanted a son, and then three messengers came. Abraham saw and then knew that these three messengers were of the Lord, so he treated them extremely well. And when they had their rest they told Abraham their message, and that was that Abraham and Saira were going to have a child. Saira overheard the message, and then laughed at it. When she was 90 years of age!  She finally was able to bear a child – something she was wishing for, for a long long time. Years passed, and Abraham was asked by the Lord to offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice. As difficult as it was for Abraham, he was obedient and was prepared to do what was asked of him by the Lord. When they arrived, Isaac notice that they did not have an offering. Isaac was determined to do his father’s will, so he decided to use himself as the sacrifice. When Abraham was about to prepare the sacrifice for burning, an angel stopped him and then the Lord gave Abraham a ram instead of using Abraham’s only son.

 

Many years later, Abraham took one of his servants to the Land of Canaan, because the women nearby were not worthy enough. So the servant went to the Land of Canaan, and found a lovely young woman named Rebekah, who gave him, the other servants and their 10 camels enough water to drink. And after a nights stay, the servant asked Rebekah if she could go with him back to his new master Isaac. Rebeka agreed to go with the servant. And when she arrived at the servants new master’s land, she saw Isaac coming towards them and then she lightened off her camel and asked the servant who was the person was coming towards them. He replied that it was his new master. Isaac then took Rebekah to wife, and had 2 sons.

 

Esau was the oldest, and Jacob was the youngest. Esau was hairy, and was an outsider (loved to be outside) and was Isaac’s favorite. While Jacob helped inside the tents, and was his mother’s favorite. One day Esau came to Jacob famished and asked for some pottage (food). Jacob sold the pottage to his brother Esau for Esau’s birthright. A few days later Isaac told Esau to make Isaac’s favorite meal. Rebekah heard her husband’s wishes, and then gave Jacob some errands to run. And then she made Isaac’s wish, and then made Jacob wear the kid’s (animal’s) skin so that his arms seemed hairy, and then he delivered the meal to his father and then received his father’s blessing. When Esau came back, he delivered his father’s meal but was too late, because the blessing was already given to Jacob. Isaac noticed that he was deceived (because he was blind), and Esau demanded to receive a blessing too.

 

Rebekah told Jacob to run away, because his brother Esau seeked for revenge. So Jacob ran away to his Uncle on his mother’s side. There he saw a lovely looking woman, so he did what men’s natural way of getting woman’s attention and that was to show off, by doing things that normal men can not do. So he made an agreement with his uncle, that he would work 7 years for Rachel (the beautiful looking young woman that caught Jacob’s attention). So Jacob worked 7 years for Rachel but got the older sister Leah instead. So he worked for another 7 years for Rachel. And then he worked for another 7 years to support his family, and then took them with him to his original home land. But one problem was in the way… Jacob feared that his older brother Esau was probably still wanting revenge on Jacob. So Jacob sent some gifts ahead for his brother, but his brother gave them back with the revengeance gone away from him and invited Jacob and his family to stay.

 

Over the years, Jacob’s wives bore him 12 sons. 10 belonged to Leah, and 2 which he loved more than the other 10, were from Rachel. Out of the 4 wives that Jacob had, he loved Rachel the most. During the years after Jacob had outlived his wives, the 10 older sons grew jealous of their younger brother Joseph (who was the oldest of the 2 youngest). Eventually Joseph was sold by his older brothers into Egypt. He was bought by the Captain of the Guards of Pharaoh. Joseph worked hard to become the best slave. He was made ruler of the slaves. And then Potiphar’s (Potiphar was the  Captain of the Guard’s) wife decided to make Joseph sin against God. Joseph denied to listen to such a command, and was thrown into prison. While in prison, he saved the life of the prison keeper, and was entrusted to help run the prison. One time he saw that 2 of the prisoners were uneasy because of the dreams that they had. So Joseph interpreted their dreams, which came true.

 

Years later Pharaoh started to have dreams, and demanded them to be interpreted. Which no one so far could interpret. So Joseph was sent and he interpreted the dreams that the Pharaoh had. And then was appointed to be second in command of Egypt. Seven years after Joseph had foretold of the famine that was to come. His brothers came to Egypt to buy food. So Joseph gave a little more than what they thought they bought. The brothers came a few times more, until Joseph got them to bring their youngest brother, Benjamin. And then Joseph decided to take his youngest brother as a slave, but one of the older brothers decided that his father would die if Benjamin did not come back, so he asked if Joseph should take him instead. And then Joseph revealed his true identity to his brothers. The brothers were struck speechless (for the moment) and Joseph forgave his older brothers for selling him into Egypt, because the Lord wanted Joseph to be there to save Egypt and many other lives from the 7 year famine.

 

Years after Joseph had died, the Egyptians forgot the great deeds that Joseph did. So all the Hebrews became slaves. Moses was born and put in a basket on a river, and then one of Pharaoh’s daughters found Moses there. Many years passed, then Moses killed an overseer for whipping a slave too much and then ran away and became a shepherd. One day while he was tending his flock of sheep, he came upon a burning bush that was not being consumed. He followed the burning bush into a cave, and received a message from the Lord on that holy ground. Moses was told to and save his people, the Hebrews, from slavery. Moses is doubtful that he can do what is requested of him by the Lord.  He doubts his ability to speak well, and then he was told that his brother Aaron will help him. Finally Moses accepts his duty and does it. He went to Pharaoh and demanded him to release the Hebrews. Then Moses worked some wonders and ten plagues are released upon Egypt, but still Pharaoh is hard hearted and will not release the Hebrew. And the Passover finally came, and Pharaoh releases the Hebrews. The next day the Pharaoh changed his mind and went after them. The Lord parted the Red Sea for the Hebrews. During their journey, the Lord did some wonders to stop the people’s complaining. Moses went up a mountain for 40 days, and came back down with 2 tablets only to see that the people were worshiping a golden calf. And that angered Moses so he threw the tablets down, causing the tables to break.  He destroys the golden calf. And then Moses goes back up to get a new set of the tablets.

Genesis 1-3

Genesis 1: Is about the days that everything that was created. The 7th day was a day of rest. And God saw that everything that he created was good.

 

Genesis 2: Is about God giving a task to Adam to name every animal. And then God made a woman to be a companion (wife) for Adam. Eve, the woman that God gave Adam, was tempted by a serpent to eat a forbidden fruit and she gave some of that fruit to Adam, who ate as well. And then their minds were opened to the knowledge of good and evil.

And they ran away, knowing that they were naked, to sew fig leaves to make an apron to cover them. God came and asked Adam where he was, Adam answered. God asked him why he was hiding and Adam told God that he was naked. God then asks, who told him that he was naked, and then asked Adam did he eat of the forbidden fruit. Adam replies that Eve gave him some fruit and he ate. God then asks, why did she eat of the forbidden fruit and she told God that the Serpent tricked her into doing so. And then God cursed the serpent. And then kick Adam and Eve out of the Garden, with a whole new world to experience.

 

Genesis 3: Is about some of the history line of Adam and Eve had created. Cain and Abel, making sacrifices to the Lord. The Lord respects Abel and his offerings and not Cain’s. Cain gets enious, and kills Abel. The Lord curses Cain and puts a mark on Cain, and said that anyone who killed Cain will get 70-fold.

Best Ad Conforms an Irresistible Offer

The ads that were given me to watch, were not really advertising. The most advertising of the ads was the one about the American Express credit or debit (whatever) card. The one about eh M&M’s, sort of told a lie, because all chocolates will melt in your hands, depending how hot your hand is. The ones about the computers, well yea I guess that it would have been pretty advertising back when they had made it. I know that they could of made the ad a little bit more advertising, if they only knew how to do it.

With me and my family, we either do not or do but its is like only for a few seconds or so. So you have to make a really advertising ad that is all over the place, and that might or might not caught our attention. If we need something like a very sharp knife, we will try to find the best sharp knife to have that is cheep but good quality. ‘it is all about the quality not the quantity’ for life long lasting things, ‘it is all about the quantity not the quality’ for little kids that attend lets say a party. If you want something that will last a long time then it is about the quality, if you are getting something that is cheep for a lot of people like at a large party ten it is about the quantity. Ads are more advertising when people needed whatever the ad is advertising, For example: when people go and eat out, then it would be a good time to advertise about food.

It would be even better, if you offer something that would make the ad even more advertising at the right time. For example: when people are eating out at a restaurant, then it would be a good time to put an ad with a special offer about whatever you are selling in front of the buyers. Five Guys is a great burger place to go and eat at. What makes them great is that they sell great burgers that are cheep and they put one whatever the customers want on it, but they take a while to make so they give out FREE peanuts.

To me, Five Guys and Little Caesars do not need advertisement to advertise what the are selling. All they need is the continual making of cheep and great food, because people will then tell about how great their food is. Little Caesars have some hot and ready pizza’s in storage, and they might give you something to go with what you ordered for FREE because of the time you had waited (not like 20 minutes, but like 30+ minutes, or over the time it takes to create your order(please do not go and and buy, then refuse your order and only will receive it like an hour later just because you want something free to go with your order)).

The Differences Between Northup’s Response to Separation From His Children And Eliza’s Response To Separation From Her Children

How Northup responded to the separation of his children:

Northrup did not take being separated from his children and wife, very easy at first when he got kidnapped and sold into slavery. Then he learned to keep his mouth shut, because he had learned that if he kept telling people about his history about him being a freeman who got kidnapped and then sold into slavery, then he would of gotten killed for not refusing that he was a freeman. All though he kept his mouth shut, most of the time, he did not sleep very well at night because he kept dreaming about his children and wife who he missed dearly.

How Eliza responded to the separation of her children:

Eliza did not take her being separated from her children as well as Northrup did. She kept complaining, morning, crying, and (of course) thinking about her children. Wherever she went, she could not keep her mouth shut about her children. She also kept begging her purchasers to purchase her and her children as a package, if she or one of the children gets purchased. She, like Northrup, did not sleep very well at night because she was too busy grieving the separation of her and her children.

I think that it was not easy for both of them, but easier for Northrup because, he did not get the chance to say good-bye to his wife and children. He was forced to say nothing about him being a freeman, or he would of gotten killed. Eliza got a chance to say good-bye to each of her children. And she was allowed to speak of her children.

Not saying good-buy can sometimes make the separation easier, than saying good-buy. Being forced to keep quiet about being a freeman and the life of a freeman, is sometimes easier to bare than speaking of your children, or someone who you miss, all the time. So tectonically speaking, Northrup had it a little bit easier than Eliza.

Would It Be Moral to Grade Exams, So That All Students Get The Same Grade?

No, it will immoral to grade all students the same. The reason why it will be immoral, is because it will also be very unfair to those students who work so hard to get they grades. If you grade everyone the same, then the students will NOT work hard to get their grades, the students will get bored of learning, and many other things.

Lets say that a student works really hard to get an A in the class and gets 9½/10 equation or questions correct, and the teacher gives them a C. Then there is this one student who paid no attention in class and they got 1/10 equation or questions correct, and the teacher gives them a C. Why work hard to get what the lazy gets? It is like saying 1+1= whatever, instead of 1=1=2. If teaches grade their students all the same, then we will lose the knowledge to do things. If the teachers or anyone grades everyone the same, we might become less knowledgeable, and become even more lazier and more dumber than the people before us.

It is not the teachers who grade, it is the complaining parents of the lazy students who do whatever they want to do. The parents, of those lazy students, are too big of cowards to teach their children discipline and instead they turn their children into spoiled brats. The people in the past did not build the future for the people to become even more lazy, they created the future to make life easier and more enjoyable.

Sorry if I sounded like I was lecturing, but sometimes it hurts to hear the truth. But I had to state my opinion about lazy people (Yes sometimes I become extremely lazy (in the ‘I do not want to do this to do that’ type of laziness)). If you want wealth, then you need to earn that desired wealth. ‘Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish, you feed him for life’. Instead of giving someone wealth, you teach them how to get wealthy.

My family had watch “The Gods Must Be Crazy” and “The Gods Must Be Crazy 2”, and we realized that the Bushmen had little, so they needed little to make them happy. And they turn out to become even happier than us. In “The Gods Must Be Crazy 2” the main Bushman was after his children in all most the entire movie, and along the way he had helped some people. At the end of the movie, he was happy to finally found his 2 lost children, and the 2 lost children were happy to have found each other and to be back with their father. The Bushmen were happy with their lives, company/ community, and how they lived even thought they lived on so little, they were still happy, although they live in a desert.

Sometimes I wish that something little could make me as happy as finding lost family, could make me happy as the Bushmen.

I challenge you readers to find and count the many things that you are thankful for or some of the many Blessings that had happened in your life. And please post them in the comments below

Here is some for those who are having troubles thinking of some: Pluming, water, comfortable homes.

Did Thompson Provide Persuasive Evidence that South’s Slave System Was Morally Evil

By the way Thompson had described the South’s slave system when he was alive then, Yes, the slave system was morally evil. Just by reading the story I can just picture all that whipping, and picturing how much pain they had to bare, and how we all was get it easy. I would rather read about the pains they had to bare, than literally and physically see what they had to go through.

We still have that slave system, but we do not have it as bad as what they had it, but in some ways it has gotten more worser over the years. We may not have the cruelty of the masters and overseers, or the whips, or the punishments that they had, but we have employees who are being mistreated, or being cheated on, or some other thing that is equally as bad. It says somewhere in the scriptures, about the masters and slaves will turn against each other. Some of you might have gotten afended about me calling employers slaves, well employers are not slaves they are more like well treated servants.

Who pays you to do something? Your boss. Who has control of how much you get paid? Your boss. Who can fire you whenever they want? Your boss. Who can change your job in the business? Your boss. The not so good boss, that treats his employers poorly, will most likely have his employers go against him, than a good boss, who treats his employers really well.

There was this one person who owned a vacuum company, and his workers were not working hard enough and they (the employers) wanted a higher salary. He told them that if they will work harder and not go on a strike, he will raise their salary. They kept complaining and went on a strike. So he fired every single person, and soon after that, his company was again full of hard-working workers, and the company made a 100% increase in profit.

It was not the company owner that had to make the change, it was his employees. He treated them fairly, and he gave them more than one opportunity for them to change their attitude without using a whip. But they did get punished by getting fired, when they did not listen to him. Sometimes it is us that needs to change, not other people.

Why shouldn’t I borrow to buy something that depreciates?

The reason why we should not borrow, is because if we borrow money then that opens a habit of borrowing more money than you could repay. So if we borrow money then we should only borrow tiny bits at a time, and before we could borrow even more money, we should repay that money that we owe to the person that we borrowed from. And we should only borrow when we really need to. I advise that people should not borrow money at all, and if they do, try to borrow as little money as possible and then repay that debt. A.S.A.P (as soon as possible). What I do is that I when I get my I pay I take out my, tithing, then I get what I need the most, and then I use whatever money leftover to do whatever I want. I try to spend as little money as possible on the treats, or whatever I wanted, and I try to get cheap but really nice and good quality gifts for birthdays and Christmas. First I look at the price of whatever I am looking for, and then I look at how much I got, and then calculate how much I will be spending. And then I decide on whether I will get it or not. For example; my parents, my two younger siblings, and I went back to Canada because my dad had some business to attend to, and my two younger siblings, and I only had Canadian money to spend on Christmas gifts this year (2015), and one of our first stops was a dollar store. And so in that store were lava lamps for about $20 each and you can’t really buy at any stores for any cheaper than $50+ (please correct if I am wrong), and so we (all except my parents) each got a lava lamp. My parents say that it was a useless buy, but we each wanted one to decorate our bedrooms in our new house that we are renting until we find a house to move and settle in. How do I have so much money after that, that is because I usually want what I need. I do not agree with my parents about the lava lamps were a useless buy, because our bedrooms are dark at night and the night lights that my mom got were poor quality.

  1. get out money that to owe to some person or people/ get rid of debt.
  2. get what you need the most.
  3. save.
  4. get whatever you want last, and get whatever you need first.

What was Thompson’s theory of the relationship between sanctions and slavery?

I think that John Thompson’s is correct about Slavery being evil. He thought that Slavery was evil because of the Masters or Mistress negative sanctions. The best owners were the ones who treated and fed their slaves well. Most of the slave owners whipped their slaves very cruelly for absolutely no reason at all or for just for the sake of whipping them. Now that is bad.
What the owners could have done, is that they could have whipped the air to make sure the slaves are paying attention to what they are doing, and whip them when ever they need to be whipped. For an example: if a couple of slaves are not paying attention to their master, then the master should whip the air to get their attention. But if those slaves ignored the first three cracks of the whip, then they should be taken to a place were they should only be whipped from 1-5 times depending how many times they ignored a rule, one rule broken equals three warnings then a slash across the back.
The owners who cruelly whipped the poor slaves, deserved their own medicine and the slaves did not work their best and hardest for the master. But the owners who fed and treated well, the slaves worked harder and better for their owner. So if you had a big plantation and had many slaves, you should treat and feed them well, because if you feed them well they usually work harder, and if you treat them well they would work even harder and would have no desire to kill anyone. If you feed and treat them well you would not only have hard-working slaves, but they would not have to be driven by the whip, and they would not turn against their master. Bad sanctions mixed with slavery is evil, but good sanctions with slavery could be a good thing in some ways/ it is not as evil.
It is a good thing that they (the owners of the slaves) did not use a scorpion whip (a whip, that could have multiple tails, with pieces of bone or metal sticking out from the handle to the tip of the tails of the whip (the pieces of bone or metal in the whip is supposed to rip the flesh of the victim’s body)) to whip the slaves. I think that Christ was whipped what a scorpion whip. In Africa, they did not have slaves but servants instead.
To all you people who are bullies, please go and get to do something nice to the people who you are, bullying like stop being mean to the people who you bully. To all you people who are getting bullied, please do something nice for the bully and if they still bully you after your kind deed then you could show them that you are not a whim, coward, weakling, or that you could do something better than they can.

My plan to implement one chapter in my life

I really have no plans about writing a chapter or at least an article in my book. I do not like to be dishonest with people, and I do not like people to be dishonest with me. If I ever write an autobiography, I plan to tell the absolute truth about everything. If I write a fiction book, then I could do practically anything in the book, because the story is made up and I cannot lie, but the characters can, in the book because the story never happened in reality.

I would not write because I do not like writing, I would write if I have a passion or a hobby (witch I do not have) for it, but I usually write because it is an assignment. If I have to put my life’s story in one chapter, I think that I would run out ideas on what to write or put in the chapter. I plan on keeping anything and everything personal out of the chapter, and I do not think that my life’s story could fit into one chapter that is not way too long.

If I have to write one chapter about anything about my life, I plan it to be the most important part in my life (except being born), and that chapter is still yet to come. Some people have their life all planned out already, and they probably think that everything will go as they had planned. Yes sometimes it happens as they had planned it, but most of the times it does not. I have a plan that might happen as I have planned, but I do not have all the tiny little details like, who, what, where, when, why, and how things are going to happen.

My plan is to (when I am of age) meet and go on some dates with some (more than one, and no one in particular) girls, and if we choose each other for our reasons, we will then figure out the littler/ finer details together. I plan to get married to a lady of my choice when she and I are ready to. While I wait for time to pass, I plan on enjoying my moments that I spend on preparing to make sure that I am worthy for my future companion and wife (if I ever live to that moment).

Yes I have had some friends that were/ are girls, but they are not or were not a today’s term “Girlfriend” (a very close friend that is a girl) we were or are just friends that are opposite genders, and I have had very few of those kind of friend (a friend that is a girl). My life’s most important chapter has not come yet because I am not ready yet, but once I find the right girl to marry, and when I am the right age, then that chapter would start, otherwise I have chapters that I would have to live out that would lead up to that most important chapter in my life.

Comparing and Contrasting Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

Comparing:

Elements and Compounds

Elements are made up of a single type of atom. Compounds are made up of more than one type of atom. Elements combine differently than Compounds.

Elements and Mixtures:

Elements are materials. Mixture is composed of different materials.

Compounds and Mixtures:

Compounds have fixed ratios of the atoms that are made up of. In a mixture the atoms do not bond with the elements to form molecule compound. Mixtures cannot chemically combine while Compounds can.

Contrasting:

Elements and Compounds

Elements and Compounds are both made up of atoms. They both can be combined chemically.

Elements and Mixtures:

Elements and Mixture both are made up of atoms. They both can combine non-chemically.

Compounds and Mixtures:

They both have more than one type of atom. They both have elements. They both can combine differently.

How much money won’t I have at age 70 if I keep watching TV?

If I watch TV for about 1½ hours a day for 26 days of a month (all the days of the week except Sundays)  for 5 years (from age 15 -20) at $20 an hour at 10% interest, and if I did the calculations correctly, I will have lost about $61,684.26. And if I did this until I was 70 years old (55 years) I would have lost $22,480,060.57. So if I watched TV for about 1½ hours a day for about 26 days a month, at $20 an hour at a 10% interest, for about 55 years, I would have lost 22,480,060.57 useful dollars. Then TV is not worth all that money. I could earn and learn a lot more if I did not do this, and it would do me a lot of good. But if I added all the screen time in all the days, which is about 3hr for school work for 5 days a week at $20 an hour at 10% interest for a year would cost about $21,325.64 for 1 year (7 months) for my school work on the computer. And if we add that to 1 year of watching TV would cost about $31988.46.

I am going to end with a challenging for you readers To NOT watch any TV or any movies (including doing to a theatre to do so, at a friend’s house, video games, etc.) in other words, ‘Stay away from a screen, unless to do work at a computer’, For a month.

And please leave in the comments about how well you did the challenge, and tell what you did instead of watching TV!

What Would I Have to Give Up in Order to Save 10% of My Income?

I would give up my TV time; because I can lose a fortune if I keep watching. The only time that I should have screen time, is to help make work easier (if my job is on a computer) , unless my job, work, chores are done, then I can have my screen time. I am completely against video games unless I or and my friends want to relax and are way too bored or too fatigued to play any active activities, play any board or card games, watching TV, news, a movies, etc., then it is a different story. But I should stay far away as possible from video games. And I am also completely against playing video games for a living (not the people who are playing for a living), but those who do hard physical labour, I am not against. If I am ever planning to play video games for a living, it will ruin my life. If I want to play video games, but everyone else wants to play the same game and I or and someone or some people do not have enough whatever it maybe, and I do not have enough time to take turns, then I could find that same game on the internet or whatever source it might be on. And if there is a limit to that, then go and play any version of dodge-ball, capture the flag, Home free, tag, if that is still not fun or not possible (rainy weather) then mix (the game) up with some other (active) games, or just simply have a nice little conversation about something (else if I tried, but ended up as a disaster).
When I mean by screen time I mean screen time during free time must be used wisely. Instead of watching TV or playing video games; … read a book, play card or board games, play an active game like Home Free instead

What Was The 20% of 16X That Has Influenced Me Most?

20% 0f the book 16x is taught about the 20-80 (80-20) principle. What the book 16x teaches us about eight really simple innovations. They are:

1) Tracing the history of 16x; is the history about how to make something 16 times better, with little effort.

2) The amazing math of the 80/20; is about the Pareto principle.

3) Space for innovation; making space for your innovations

4) Focus; is about Focusing on the important things.

5) Defy the tyranny of routine; how to make a good routine for you.

6) Doing it YOUR way; is about telling you to do things your way

7) Recruit the support of potent allies; is about some allies to work with

8) Recycle the world’s best ideas; is about, if you have a bad idea, then recycle it or turn it into a good idea

With the 80/20 principle, it is usually 20% of the effort that is 80% of the work done, for example; 20% of the carpet gets 80% of the ware, 20% of book gets 80% of the ware, and so on…

Some people say that it is the 80-20 principle or rule and other people say that it is the 20-80 principle or rule, any way they both are the same principle, and I do mind it said either way.  To put the 20-80 principle (80-20 or also known as the Pareto principle) in simplest form, is 20% of effort of something or someone is 80% success/work/time of something or whatever. If you search up the 20-80 rule, 80-20 rule, and the Pareto principle you will find out that they all have the same meaning, and they might be on a completely different page (not in tab form, but looking differently like the colour white and black).

What can I do now to make MY biography less disjointed than Twain’s?

That is a tough question, because I am not really good at writing essays. If I ever write an auto-biography, I would not use bad language, tell the absolute truth, spell properly (not saying that Mark Twain did not know how to spell, because he defiantly tons better that me at spelling), and I will try to use some big and long words, like prejudice, to describe what I am saying, and I will try not to add too many too jokes and riddles here and there.
I will not use words inappropriately or use bad language, like cussing and swearing, because for one; that is just not like me, and secondly; I do not like using bad language except Stupid, Dumb, and Dummy (not target dummies, but more like name calling or another word for telling someone or something that they are dumb) every once in a long while. I will try to tell the truth (being Honest), because for one I do not like lying (liars), and second because I it when people lie to you.. And adding some jokes and riddles every so often, is that will not lose the reader or bore the poor readers and to put some of my humour in.
To be honest to all you readers I, am like most people, would remember some important events, names, and places. And after a year or so without thinking about those important things, I will not remember unless something or someone reminds me of the event. I will try to be like Mark Twain when he does not use bad language but gestures to the bad or ill-used words reader that a person is using bad language in the book; for an example: I will try not to use any BAD language, an I might use some phase for words like W.O.W which means Word of Wisdom, ASAP – a soon as possible, AKA – also known as, and many others.
I might tell some stories that had happened in my life, unlike Mark Twain, I will tell the full story and what and how it happened. I might even remind the reader of any injuries or adventures that I had (believe me; most of my stories might be boring to you, readers,). I might even mention a few scripture reference (from the King James Version of the Bible or from the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Convents, and Pearl of Great Price).

Here’s the dictionary that I suggest you use: http://webstersdictionary1828.com/ (this dictionary uses words from the 1800’s).

Small Business or Aprenticeship

I would rather be a minimum-waged apprentice then someday become a mentor, because I while I am an apprentice I can gain some experience and some money to live on, and save for the small business that I might be creating. And I will start a small business once I have enough money. And once that business is up and going then I would be a mentor, because I get to choose who to hire and fire and I get complete control whatever I decide what the business would do. I can even work specific hours of the day of a week. But as it grows I can add very similar things onto what the business purpose will be.
I would rather be an apprentice first to gain some experience, and then have a business of my own. We need as many business owners that would cooperate with one another, because if we have lots of entrepreneurs that do not cooperate with each other, then there would be a huge fight over customers and workers. Work will be easy find, but harder to keep for a couple of years, and a lot more of the same companies will be making and selling a lot of the same stuff for almost the same price, and almost same quality.

The Ideal Apprenticeship job, and Why

The ideal apprentice job, is a job that you enjoy doing. The reason why is because, you might what to get paid for what you enjoy doing. For example: if you enjoy cooking or being near food, then work at or for a restaurant; if you love to build, then go and work for construction companies, or make one yourself; if you love to take photo’s, then become a photographer; if you enjoy programming, then fiddle with electronics and create something unique with your programming like a singing robot, a device that can play a song, and so on. If you do something that you enjoy doing, then life will be a better and funner place for you. For example: Stan Checkitt used to do whatever he used to do and life was not fun, so he figured out that he loved make he children and grand-kids happy by doing whatever that made them happy. So he decided that he should make a company that built amusement rides, that would take you in the air and then bring you back down safely. He is now making lots of money by doing what he enjoys.

I figured out that the best apprentice job ever, is the one that you enjoy doing the most. Since I have a big collection of pens, love some unique foods, love knives, and Duct-tape, and since I like to build, I could probably make a company that could sell healthy home-made food, really unique knives or any sharp blades, could even sell unique multi-use pens, and unique stuff made out of Duct-tape. I am not sure on what materials will be the best to use, for the business I hope will succeed, if I ever try, and will do much good to my employees, me, my customers, who will benefit from it.

If my dreams come true and if everything works out as planned, I think that my work will not be boring to anyone and everyone. If your apprentice job or job is boring and you want to do something else, then work your way to do whatever you enjoy doing that will do a lot more good than harm to the world. If you want to change from your job to being lazy and doing nothing useful, then that is not good. But if you want to change from like peeling potatoes all day to doing something like building a house, then that is good.

So work on making your life more enjoyable, and that would do more good than harm.

Who Should be your Target Audience For Your Autobiography

My audience target will be people who are close to me, like my family and friends. If I target family and friends first as my audience, they could point out my mistakes to me, without me or them taking any offences, and then I could quickly correct those mistakes. They could give me some ideas that I could put in or add. Once my target audience approves of my book, I can then target a bigger audience, like giving it to a book publisher who then (if they approve) will publish it. Once it is out, I could tell my family and friends that my book is published, and that they could then spread the news to their friends or to whomever they choose.

What can I cut out of my weekly schedule in order to increase my efficiency?

I can cut out some of my free time to do work and chores around the house. Instead of using my free time to do whatever I want, I can (if it snowed) shovel, mow the lawn(s) (if it needed mowing) to earn some money. Earning some money will be harder for me to earn for now because I still need to change my Canadian money to U.S money. Most of my free time I spend reading one of my books, except on Sundays because those days are a day of rest from all our weekly work, but on those Sundays I can read a Friend Magazine, New Era Magazine, Ensign Magazine, or my scriptures. If I do this in my free time, my mind can be at ease, and it will increase my ability to learn, and think. If I read a wide variety of books and magazines I will better educated or informed about what is happening in the world. One example of reading my scriptures that calmed my nerves down was after once I had watched a movie called “Super 8” with my family. And I (for some random reason) slept recklessly that night (tossing and turning in my sleep),I woke up a couple of times that night because I was hot and really tired but could not fall asleep; so I read my scriptures and that seemed to calm me down, but a few minutes later I would be all reckless again, so I slept with my lamp on but that seemed to annoy my brothers, so I put my lamp on and off during the night as I read my read my scriptures. The next morning I felt a lot better.

Was Washington’s View of the Future Also My View of the Future?

That is a good but hard question to answer, and “what about the future?”

Washington believed that education was important to all races, and that blacks would become just as educated, skilled, and experienced, as any other races. And I believe in what Washington believed about all races will be equal in knowledge, education, and skills. Booker Washington believed that if we work hard, we will receive many and enjoyable rewards and that apply to all races. I also believe that if we work hard that we will enjoy many rewards because of our hard work. Washington sacrificed his time and hard work for the future. I sacrifice my time and energy to do something small that will impact the future. What Washington accomplished in his lifetime, had a huge impact in the future. For instance, Washington believed that if he failed to be an example to his race, he would be unable to catch up with the other races in everything, and that his race would be only useful in being slaves.

Washington believed that cleanliness is next to godliness. I believe that cleanliness is next to godliness in both spiritual and physical ways. Keeping oneself clean from sin and becoming the best that you can be, is part of becoming godly. He taught his students, of all races, how to be organized and tidy. I try to keep my part of my room neat, tidy and organized, because if I ever need something I know where it is. Washington believed that Christmas was not about having time off work, having a party, getting drunk, etc., he believed in the true meaning of Christmas, and about the importance of service. I believe that the true meaning of Christmas is about us celebrating our Savior’s (Jesus Christ) birth, and that ‘we should focus on giving (willingly) to people, and not focus on what we are getting from people’, and not about Santa, or anything else like that.

Mr. Washington and his students showed how powerful service can be, and they also showed what is important about Christmas, by spending their Christmas building an old lady a home to live in. This is important to the future, because they showed the true meaning of Christmas to those who did not know or believe in the true meaning of Christmas.

Lendgend:

Italic-‘Washington’

Regular-‘me’

Was Washington’s Program for Gaining Social Acceptance for Blacks an Elite Program?

Yes, I think that Booker Washington built a school to help all people (from all races and ages), gain an education. He did it mainly because he wanted his race to take their share of the enjoyment that the other races had enjoyed. He did not want his race to aspire to become more than just slaves; he wanted his race to be equal in capabilities, just like the other races. He really wanted all races to be equal in any and everything. Which came true some decades later.

Some Memorable Images from the Narrative and Why

One part of the book that is memorable is when Booker Washington  was a slave. It was when some of the wheat  fell off the cart, and he just waited until someone bigger and stronger than him, could help him put the wheat back on the cart. This is memorial to me because Booker Washington was willing to get his task done before he move on to something else. Another is when he was working for the salt mine, and he really wanted to be on time at the school so he changed the clock time, so that everyone could get off work, so that he could go to school earlier. This is memorial to me because it showed how eager he was to learn. Another memorial image is when his mother gave him his first hat. This is memorial to me because it showed that his mother wanted to stay out of debt, and it teaches me that staying out of debt can lead to many things that I can keep and enjoy.

One time he overheard some miners talk about a university. This is memorial because it showed how eager he was to continue his education. Another one would be when he picked up an axe and walked over to clear some trees on the newly bought farm. This scene showed that he was not afraid to do physical work and not just teach, and it taught me that we should not be afraid to do hard labor. Another memorial image would be, was when some of the older students that he taught would stop their studies to hold an umbrella over his head when it was raining, while the teacher was teaching. Here it showed that those students, who held up that umbrella when it was raining, showed that they were not selfish and also cared for the other student’s education. The one time he cleaned a classroom to get accepted into the university because he did not have enough money to pay for his schooling. This is memorial to me because it showed me that we can still get money through hard physical labor, if we do a good and proper job.

Another memorial image is when his future 2nd wife does all she can to help get out of debt when it came do. This is memorial to me because it showed that if you work long hard hours, your food and rest always become sweeter and more enjoyable after a hard long day’s work, and it showed how loyal she was to him. One of the things that really stood out to me is that back in those days after the slavery, the true meaning and spirit of Christmas was lost, and that only some of the people had some of the true meaning and spirit of Christmas. This is a memorial to me because it proves that Christmas is NOT ABOUT GETTING, IT IS ABOUT GIVING, and that Christmas is about our Savior’s (Jesus Christ) birth, not about getting drunk, having time off work, or about Santa.

Legend:

Italic-‘the memorial parts’

Regular-‘the reason why it was memorial’

“Which three time-allocation changes could increase my productivity the most? And Why?”

  1. Money; Will not make you happy most of the time, but you may enjoy being rich (if you are) or having money. Because money is used to buy items/tools that make life easier and more comfortable.

 

  1. Plan; You need a plan in order to make money. You need a plan so that you know what your needs are, so that you can meet them.

 

  1. Act according to the Plan; if you had made a plan ‘then use it’. Otherwise you wasted time and energy to make something useless, like a plan that you will hardly ever use.

Farmers are most likely happier than those people who are in the Cities, because they have a plan that they use for their money. They spend most of their money on things that they need, and then on the things that they want. They have a plan, and they use that plan. They are acting according to the plan to use their money wisely. They are happier because they have more freedom than those who are in the Cities. They might live far from each other, but they are happier because they learn to work hard to earn their shelter, food, clothing, etc. Those who work wisely with they money, will learn the easy way to live their lives according to what they have.

Having lots of money or being rich does not make you happy; you just enjoy having lots of money or being rich, or you just enjoy the many opportunities and privileges of having lots of money. Money cannot buy happiness, but those who serve others are the most happiest in life.

I will sell my business when it makes a profit of [$??] a year, so that I can [??]

When I run my own business I might sell my business when I am old (in my late 80’s), and I hope by then it will be making a profit of $1.5+M a year. I will expand my business; upgrade my tools and equipment; and then retire if and when I feel like retiring. But otherwise I will most likely hand it over to my successor.

Until I am in retirement, I will be busy upgrading and expanding my business in different places, and coming up with new ideas to add into my business.  Once I have retired, I’d like spending time with my nieces, nephews and grandchildren (if I live to have any), and probably go on vacation with my wife (if she is alive and healthy at that time). I would also build and give away some things I will make when I live to being that old. I might build a small little business, just so that I would not be bored to death, and so that I would have enough money to live on, as well as a little extra to spend doing good activities with my grandchildren.

To sum up what I just said in the previous two paragraphs: When I am young, I would build and expand my business, and try to get $1.5+M profit a year; And when I am old I would retire and sell my business, and then I would spend the rest of my money as I choose.

Why do I think Plunkitt was so open about how he made his money?

I think that the reason why Plunkitt was so open about how he made his money is because that he did not want to seem as a foe (enemy) of the people, he wanted to be honest with the people, and the people to be honest with him. He wanted to be seen as a great leader, not a fraud. If someone asked him about how he did things, he would not only tell but he would also show what and how he did things. He was not afraid of anyone in his district, and no one was afraid of him, because they knew that he was a friend not a foe. He was open to the people because he cared about them.

If they ask for some help on something, he would do his best to help that person. If someone asked how he made his money, he would not only tell them how he did it, but he would also show how he did it. He helped all people, both young and old, in his district whenever he could, and at the best of his abilities. Through his observations, he knew beforehand which people would be without work. If a house (in his district) burnt down, he was usually the first person there to help and retrieve the new homeless family. Plunkitt really showed that he cared about the people in his district.

Plunkitt was a very caring person who loved the people. He possessed the qualities of a great leader.

“How serious was Plunkitt about patriotism’s connection to obtaining a job after Tammany won an election?”

He was pretty serious. Because he befriended the friendless; gave food, shelter, clothes, or and a job to those who needed food, shelter, clothes, or and a job; he showed affection to the children; he helped the new comers; he did everything in order to help his district. He tried his best to show the people of the district that he was a friend. He was even honest and fair to everyone. And yet some people still disliked him enough to vote for someone else who did not care for the people as did Plunkitt, and that person was dishonest with everything. The people preferred a dishonest, selfish, careless person rather than an honest, unselfish, friend, careful person such as Plunkitt. Plunkitt showed the people that he cared about them, and yet they preferred a liar who did not care a thing about the people.

Many good leaders are getting switched for power hungry, careless, selfish, liars, dishonest, etc., type of leaders. It’s like going from a good leader like Gorge Washington to Barack Obama. I mean no offence to the people who I had offended, but Plunkitt and Gorge Washington are perfect examples of good leaders. And the leaders like Hitler are just not good leaders; they are everything opposite from a good leader. And those not good leaders do not have a clear, pure, right mind of a great leader like Gorge Washington.

I am saying that Hitler was a horrible leader that did know what he is doing or that he is was not stupid, but he is a not a good leader that does pretty well at being a leader and that he is also very smart. It’s like saying “that person is a fool, a fool who keeps showing up”. In other words, Hitler was the complete opposite of George Washington Plunkitt, at all angles. People were not afraid of Plunkitt, but people were afraid of Hitler. eventually it the people’s wrath was so great, that even his guards, were hunting him down like dogs so the only way (for him) to get out without being tortured alive, was to commit suicide and that is what he did.

Hitler is no fool at all, in leader wise, he is pretty good at leading but he had bad leader qualities, like dishonesty, murder, cheater, liar, thief, etc. Some people preferred that other person than Plunkitt. It is the same thing with every person who goes to being elected. But if you are the voter, see what that the people (who are the electors), had promised to do and then vote for the person who fits most of needs or and wants for the future. Hitler is not the only bad leader who leads pretty well; there are always others worse and poorer at leading. I am just using Hitler as an example. Some people do his job better than others would ever do or would have done, but as always, there are people who would have done a better job than he did.

What Booker Washington’s Thought of the Slave Trade

“What were Washington’s arguments against the slave system?”
Booker did not like or approve of the slave system, not only because he was born into slavery, but because he thought that every person deserves to have their freedom and rights. Freedom to choose whatever they want to do with their lives, whenever and wherever they want, but still obeying the laws of the place, and take the consequences of their decision. Like the analogy of the stick, “If you pick up one end of the stick, you pick up the other”. Choice is one end of the stick, and the Consequence(s) is the other end of the stick. Every person should have their own right to do whatever they want to do, having the freedom to pick and choose without it being forced on them.
A slave does not have complete true freedom, but they have rights that NO person can take away, rights that our God in heaven gave us when he created us human beings and that is our Agency. And Agency gives us the rights and freedom to choose to do whatever we want to do and still pay the consequences of life. For instance, if a master of a slave is about to get killed or injured when the slave(s) is nearby/present and alive, the slave(s) can either kill (if they are the attacker), save, assist, or let the murder kill the master with or without the master threatening to do harm. They had the right to decide to help the fate of their master, by acting or not.
If a slave was freed, they had the right and freedom to choose, if they wanted to go somewhere they choose to go or they could stay and work for them, or stay a slave and still work for the person unless the person refuses the person’s help. If and when a slave was asked to go and do an errand for someone, they could either: do it; do it and then run away; about to complete the errand but run away with or without the article before the errand is complete, or not do it at all.
These few examples that I had shared about that no one can completely take away your freedom and or rights are just a few of the many instances that no one really realizes. What people can take away are privileges, money or rewards, lives, belongings, etc., this is because they (the people in charge) have the will and power/authority to do so. We can choose to go against the government or not, but the governments is supposed to protect the liberty, property, freedom, rights, and the lives of people, (if they get what they ask for), justify the people who are doing wrong/ going against the law. Here are some questions for the government, “Why are you not protecting the innocent but the guilty?” “Why do you go against the citizens (sometimes)” “Why do you make illegal drugs and behavior, acceptable and lawful?”.

The Reason Why a Specific Piece of Literature Affected Me

Any story that has to do with accidental injuries usually Affects me. Because it reminds me of my injuries that I had in life (so far). And the detail of the explanation of how the person got it, and what the injury looks like is just exquisite. If that person has or had more or and  worser injuries than I, I usually say to myself “there are more people than I who had  or have a lot more or and worser injuries than I, and that my injuries are just a fraction to those who have the injuries”. For an example, there is a YouTube video about some people with the top 10 worst injuries a man can survive. And to all woman, ‘you females usually suffer a tons more that us males can even handle, like giving birth (which or course, us males bodies are not meant to do so) and plus you females can not escape giving birth unless you are barren, or had the doctors take the fetus out before giving birth.

Hellen Keller

“Which were the key incidents that led her out of her ‘prison.”

Hellen was a very inelegant, famous ,blind and deaf person. She contracted a disease at 18 months old. The doctors back in the 1800’s knew very little about the disease that Hellen had, and they did not know what the outcome of it would be. Hellen was ill for a few weeks and when she recovered, she lost hear ability to hear and see. At the age of 8 years old, Anne Sullivan (who was a teacher for the blind) arrived at Hellen’s home. Although Hellen did not like Miss. Sullivan at first, over the years Miss.Sullivan became Hellen’s life teacher. Hellen describes her life (before her life long teacher Miss.Sullivan came), as a dark miserable, very mischief, evil place. But when Miss. Sullivan arrived, Hellen describes the joy and happiness and light that came into her world just because her teacher had the patience and love to teach her, and give her a life full of joy that Miss. Sullivan herself did not have when she was a child.

Accuracy, Succinctness, and Liveliness

I say that accuracy, succinctness, and liveliness are all important in dialog, and all play a part in dialog.
The Accuracy is how close the wording is to what actually occurred (if it occurred) or in other words, it is testing how good your memory is. Succinctness is proving the reader how good you are at using your words, and that you have control over your words. Liveliness brings the words out of the pages (not physically, but mentally), it makes the story come to life and it makes the reader feel part of the story and it also gives the reader an idea of what is happening in the story. Accuracy and Succinctness is what makes the Liveliness come out of the dialog.

Kourdakov’s Use of Contrasts to Strengthen His Narrative

Mr. Kourdakov’s new deadly, highly paid, and fun job as a special secret police personnel has two sides: private and public. His job is to break up brawling bar fights, capture and torture murderers, wife beaters, and Believers. He and his band of men did not hear the truth about the Believers. So what he and his men got told about the Believers angered them, and they did it for fun just for the money. And one thing about their job is to do whatever they wanted to the Believers, as long as it is not known to the public. But they did not know this before they had beaten up some Believers, stripped some girls naked, and then drove the Believers to the police station, with some of his men running their hands all over the naked girl’s bodies.
In Mr. Kourdakov’s biography he is so descriptive; he describes every little detail so perfectly that I wish that I am that great of a writer (I am not Jealous). One of Kourdakov’s every well done description is on how badly this one female was beaten by one the thugs and a few days later by Kourdakov, and another time when one his men (the first one who had beaten her up) prevented that same female from getting a 3rd beating. And because of that one act from one of his men, he realized that Victor (the thug who had 1st beaten her) was right about that these people, or specifically this one female, had that they or any other Believer did not have. Courage!

Fist Raid: Disaster

The reason why Mr. Kourdakov, and his men, failed their first assignment against the Believers, is because beating up thieves, murders, fighters in bars, wife beaters, etc., is a lot different than beating up random innocent people who obey the law/not breaking any laws. Beating up random innocent people who are not law breakers or not breaking any law is not right, even if someone has the authority to do so. But it is also not right to beat up thieves, murders, fighters in bars, wife beaters, etc., unless they get beaten up in the process in getting arrested, or they caused too much damage that they had to beat up the person (people who are breaking the law). I am encouraging innocent people to defend themselves if they are attacked. I am not saying that the police should not beat up lawbreakers who are causing trouble. It’s the innocent people who get picked on just for fun and are not involved in the law that is violated, that should NOT get beaten up or possibly killed for another person’s crime, unless they volunteered, (not by disease, accident, or suicide but someone killing them, like a person or animal getting shot, stabbed, etc.,). In other words PROTECT the innocent, not the GUILTY.

A Turning Point in My Life

Before we moved here to Canada we were in South Africa. We lived pretty close to one of my mother’s sisters, who we nicknamed Aunty Picky. One time my cousins, siblings, and me were busy having a little assembly/ talent show in our back yard, which had a tree that looked like a giant Pineapple and a hedge along a fence. And in our little assembly, we had each person go up and do their little thing. and one of my cousins sang “I found a walnut”. This was a turning point in my life, because it was one of the only times a could remember seeing them and once my family and I came here we heard stories about them and about 7-8 years later we got a chance to see them again and that was on skype, and that they were the closest family that ever lived close to us (physically and mentally). And I miss them, because of the company they gave us.

I Have Adopted These Program for These Reasons

One of my goals is to save as much money as possible. My reasons for this goal is so that I can buy my clothes, some presents for birthdays and Christmas, and go on a mission, and whatever is left is for me to spend on whatever I want.
Another one of my goals is to get 95% and above in all my subjects. My reason for this goal is so that I can become a better person. Passing off all my Scripture Masteries before Seminary ends is also another goal of mine. My reasons for this goal is so that I can know the Scriptures better, and so that I know where to go in the Scriptures if I ever need help when I am in a trial (not physical like in court, but mental like in personal hard times). The Scriptures are there for anyone who needs help in trials, but the trials help us to become better.

Good Things That Came from Mr. Lehrer’s Heart Attack

Mr. Lehrer was a heavy smoker for 30 years, until his heart attack. He lost the desire to smoke, ate healthy foods, exercised longer for a longer period of time more often, wrote more often, he stopped doing work during his lunch break, traveled more often, collected bus signs, etc,he tried to became a better person by changing for the better, he learnt many things since his heart attack, he saved many lives after once he made a documentary of his heart attack, he enjoyed the joys of being a grandparent, he enjoyed traveling the back roads/ highways. He tried hard to listen and obey the advice of his new doctor.

The First story

The first story that Mr. Lehrer (Jim) tells, is when he was a little boy in 1946.

In November 1946, Jim went to the McPherson bus station with his father. His father was going to take a coffee break, and his father gave him a nickel to play a pinball game while he (Jim’s father) had his coffee break. So Jim took the nickel to the pinball machine. Just as he inserted it he wished he had not, because he needed to go and if he left someone might take over.

After each game he won, the more urgent he needed to go, while the fear of someone taking over still lingered. After twenty or so games, he just let out a tiny bit out just to keep him out of the misery. But the releasing of his waters felt so good he just had to let it all out. It was about his thirtieth game that he was on, when his father started to come back from his coffee break. So Jim bolted to the restroom and hid until his father came. Then his father came and coached Jim out of the restroom, Jim only bolted to their bus named Betsy for cover, because he was embarrassed.

The Reason Why I Should Have My Own Business

Some people say that we should be afraid, very afraid of the robots. Because they are taking our simple jobs away so that we (humans) have more time to do nothing and be idle. That is not good, that is extremely bad. I am not saying that robots are bad, and I am not saying that having robots help us do some of our job(s) is not good; I am saying that it is bad that robots do our job for us. Robots belong in factories that make cars, any electronic gadget, etc., not supermarkets. Robots are like programed slaves/ helpers. But if robots are teachers, that is really bad because, a human has many things that a robot that does not have; for example: we humans have feelings for ourselves and for others, we can understand other humans a lot better than robots can, etc.

Robots are only good for helping do complex and dangerous tasks, but not doing our jobs for us. Owners of business have two choices; 1. To have robots that cost a lot to do the work for them and their employees; or 2. To hire employees that can do a lot more things that a robot cannot do (hiring an employee that can do more than one job/ multi-talented), and get paid as much as a robot costs.

3 Important Stories of My Life

Introduction:

I am mostly remembered as “The helmet Kid”. Because I used to wear a helmet every time I went out for recess, from Grades 2-4. The reason why I wore a helmet during the recess breaks is because my mom was always too worried that I will hit the back of head, which seems pretty stupid. But is the story behind it that you should listen to/ read. I have an older brother (who turns out to be my oldest bro.), and a younger brother (who turns out to be my youngest bro.). And I have an older sister (who turns out to be my oldest sis.), and a younger sister (who turns out to be my youngest sis.).

The Head:2003_0918Image0066
I was 2 almost 3 years old when my younger brother and I were busy jumping on a couch near a window, on the second story out of the three storied house of my cousins in Provo Utah. And the screen somehow popped out. And I fell out of the window, onto concrete. So my parents called the police. The police took me to the Primary Children’s Hospital, in a helicopter. A couple days later my dad gave me a blessing. A few days later, the doctors found something that went from soft to hard, from my head. A few weeks later I left the Hospital. The scar runs from the middle of my head to the middle of my neck.

The Leg:DSCF0416
I was 5 years old, and it was after supper and my younger brother just left to go outside in our back yard. But I was just behind him when the back door closed. And I yelled out “Sarah” and then I kicked the window of the door. My family keeps telling me a different version and said that their version was correct. But I say my version is correct, because I was the one who kicked the window, and I remember it very well. The scar that I have because of that kick is on my right leg behind the knee.

Time to Move:
My family used to live in California before we moved to Canada. And before we came to Canada, I had my head injury. And they (the border personals) would not let us go over the border unless I
got checked up, and approved. So off we went to a specialized personal to do a checkup. So the personal gave me a type of non-electronic game that most 18 year old, personals cannot do. And I did it under the time a regular 18 year old personal can do.

If you have any accidents like that in the pictures I put on. I will be happy to hear/ read the stories of some of your worst accidents. And if you could put a picture of it.

Please do not use these pictures without MY permission!

#1 Task of a Salesman (Week 2 Review) [Business]

The 1st task of a salesman takes about 11-12 steps to complete, according to Harry Browne.

Step: 1. is to introduce your product to the Customer(s); Produce your products to the Customer(s), so that they can decide on if the Customer is interested in your products or not. Step: 2. is to keep asking questions; to see if they (the Customers) are sure if they want it or not. Keep asking questions; to see if they (the Customers) are sure if they want it or not. Step: 3. is to ignore everything except the topic/ stay on topic; so that you and the Customers are sure you’re on the same page/ not wandering off thoughts, making life easier for both you and the customers.

Step: 4. is to not lie about the product; do not tell the Customers about the product can do something in which it can’t do at all. Step: 5. is to answer the questions of the Customer(s); if you answer the customer’s questions, then you make their search shorter/easier.  Step: 6. (Is the most important) it is to  LISTEN- AGREE- SUGGEST; listen to want they want- agree with what the product could do to make the customer(s) happy- suggest stores that sell the product the customer is looking for, strategies to what the can do with the product, techniques/ ways to use the product.

Step: 7. is to be specific in all what you say/ understand what you say. Step: 8. never end an interview without: (1) an order, (2) a definite answer of “Yes!” or “No!”, otherwise you did not really help your customer (3) An understanding of the Customers wants/ problems. Step: 9. Send a confirmation. Step: 10. Then sell the product (if you have it). And last but not least Step: 11. Close the Sale.

The Middle East

From 1000 BC – 500 AD, the Middle East consisted of Turkey, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabic, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq. The Middle East was ruled by Persia, Alexander the Great, Rome, and Parthia from 1000 BC – 500 AD. The first empire of the Middle East was Persia. The Persians were the ones who started off with the rule of the Middle East.

The second empire of the Middle East was founded by Alexander the Great. In 334 BC, Alexander fought the battle that would make him famous. He was opposed by an army of Persians holding an advantageous position on the steep banks of the river Granicus. Alexander used unfamiliar tactics and the brute strength of the highly disciplined Macedonian phalanx army with their advancing heavy weapons they inflicted a crushing defeat to the Persian army.

The third empire of the Middle East was Parthia. After hearing of the death of Alexander the Great, the Parthian’s took their advantage of being one of the main benefactors. So they marched to Alexander’s empire. When they got there, they immediately succeeded in taking over the middle part of Alexander’s empire.

The forth empire of the Middle East was Rome. The Romans had built huge walls surrounding the Capital City, which had been besieged most of its life, called Constantinople. The Romans had trouble keeping their homeland, so they made allies with many empires. The Romans and their allies tried to made Rome last longer but eventually the Romans and their allies failed to keep the walls of the City of Constantinople from invaders.

The loosing of the huge walls of Constantinople caused the Romans to lose Rome. But the allies that they had made helped the Romans keep Rome for a longer time.

The Middle East had Empires that spoke Roman, Greek, Latin, Arsacid Pahlavi, Pahlawānīg, and many other languages over a span of 1500 years.

After the rule of the Romans, in 500 AD, the Middle East settled down under one empire, and adopted the Islamic Religion. The Islamic religion remains as the main religion of the Middle East. The Middle East had between 14 and 15 different empires that ruled.

The Middle East is now the modern Western Asia, which still consists of all of the countries which the early Middle East had, except Egypt which is now part of Africa.

3 Types of Engineering

Mechanical engineering:
Mechanical Engineering comprises the design, analysis and usage of heat and mechanical power for the operation of machines and mechanical systems.
System Engineering:
Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary field of engineering that focuses on how to design and manage complex engineering projects over their life cycles. Issues such as reliability, logistics, and coordination of different team’s managements, evaluation measurements, and other disciplines become more difficult when dealing with large or complex projects. It overlaps technical and human-centered disciplines such as control engineering, industrial engineering, organizational studies, and project management. Systems engineering ensures that all likely aspects of a project or system are considered, and integrated into a whole. And System Engineering is consisted of all types of engineering working together.
Electrical Engineering:
Electrical engineering comprises the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Robotic Engineering and Electrical engineering are completely different, not only what they do but also how and what they make. Electrical Engineers work on improving electronics like upgrading computers. And Robotic engineers work on improving robots. But Robotic and Electric engineering are similar because robots are electronics.
About all Engineers:
All engineers not only build and create new and improved inventions, but they also solve their problems before selling their product to customers.

Final Term Paper of 2014-2015

 

3 Types of Literature:Pose, Poems, Drama
Famous works of literature and their authors:
Vocabulary words and World Views 

                                                         

Story Plotline

 

The parts to, a, story(ies) are:

  1. Exposition: the introduction of a story or book/ the beginning.
  2. Rising Action: builds tension in the story.
  3. Climax: generally a single, sometimes a series of scenes/ the most interesting part of a story or book.
  4. Falling Action: relieves the tension that was built up for the Climax.
  5. Resolution: brings the story to an end/ the end.

 

                     Setting

To make a story enjoyable then you need to use a setting. The setting of a story sets the stage. And they are:

  1. Place: where?
  2. Time: year, month, what day of the week, time of day (dusk, morning, noon, evening, twilight, dawn).
  3. Climate: the weather.
  4. Mood: the feelings and emotions of the person, or people.
  5. Theme: for example: Candyland, Piracy, Candy, etc.
  6. Type: Fiction, Non-Fiction, or History Accounts.

 

  1. Fiction:
  • Fantasy: fiction with strange or other worldly settings or characteristics.
  • Mythology: Legends; Greek gods, etc…
  • Fables: narration that demonstrates useful truth.
  • Science: about future science like a future passenger plane that can go the faster than speed of light that has cabins not only in the fuselage but in its wings also.
  • Horror: uses crime, violence, and or fear; horror movies, books and movies about vampires, etc…
  • Allegory: often uses fictional characters in non-fiction stories, for example; Dragon and the Raven, Wulf the Saxon, etc…
  • Comedy: is any discourse or work generally intended to be humorous to amuse by including laughter.
  • Satire: should make people laugh before they think; jokes, riddles, etc.

 

  1. Non-Fiction:
  • Autobiographies: are stories written about someone’s life; for example, turning someone’s journal into a book, taking an ancestor’s story or stories and putting that into a book.
  • Biographies: are autobiographies but are not novels, they are more like history books like the how the titanic sunk, how it was build, what they found of the remainders of the titanic, etc… and any history accounts.

 

  1. History Accounts:

 

  • Are books about the history of a State, Provence, City, and Country, written or typed into textbooks and then told or taught by a teacher. History accounts are a form of Biography.

 

Character Development

Character development is a chance for the author to describe the character (or characters) in a story.

  1. Characterization: the describing the characters.
  2. Dialog: the thoughts or speech of a person or people.
  3. Protagonists: the hero of a story.
  4. Antagonists: the mischief-maker, troublemaker, villain, etc. of the story.
  5. Imagery: picturing what the words of a book are describing-like seeing in a movie in your head.

Vocabulary Words &World Views

Poetic Feet: is the length of the line, for example; Spondee, Iamb, Dactyl, Trochee, and Anapest

Poetic Meters: is the number of Poetic feet, for example; Trimeter – 3 Poetic feet, Trameter – 4 Poetic feet, Pentameter – 5 Poetic feet, Hexameter – 6 Poetic feet, Heptameter – 7 Poetic feet, and Octameter – 8 Poetic feet.

Person: 1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person.

Words of a Play: Scene, Exit, Script, Cast, Intro, Act.

Voices: Active voice, Passive voice, and voice.

 

           Vocabulary Words

 

Active Voice: used to describe a sentence where the subject is the instigator or cause of the action in the sentence.

Act: a marker for major sections or changes in a Play.

Atheism: the lack of belief in a god a person who believes that there is no god; freedom is a human right each of us possesses that must be exercised though individual choices for which each person alone is responsible; the philosophy of despair, which declares that God is dead.

Ballad: a poem or a song narrating a story in short stanzas.

Cast: the actors in a Play.

Compare: to estimate or to note the similarities or dissimilarities in between; while contrast only deals with dissimilarities, comparison shows the area’s where the characters do have in common, but likely also the defenses.

Connotation: the cultural or emotional association that is associated with a word or phrase in addition to its denotation.

Contrast: the state of being strikingly by different from something else typically something in juxtaposing or close association; finding a contrast means showing the marked defenses between two characters of objects in a story.

Deism: belief in the existence of a supernatural being, especially of a creator who does not, intervene in the universe. The term is used chiefly is of a particular movement in the 17th and 18th centuries that accepted the existence of a creator on the bases of reason but rejected belief in a supernatural deity who interacts with humankind.

Denotation: the literal or explicit meanings associated with that word or phrase.

Exit: the cue for actors to leave the stage.

Existentialism: proceeds essence. You cannot, by thinking, find the meaning of life; don’t ponder the essence of your life and then act. Rather act and you will find your own essence.

Epic: a long poem, typically one derived from ancient oral tradition, narrating the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures or the history of nation; also known as a heroic poem, epics were common and popular in classical Greek culture.

Epigram: a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and amusing way.

Elegy: a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the deed; synonyms for elegy would include a requiem or dirge which are both somber, even downcast song syllables.

First Person (1st Person): telling the story as if the author is recounting a personal adventure can be recognizable by looking for “I” or “my” in the writing.

Hedonism: all actions can be measured on the basis of how moon pleasure and how little pain they produced. In simple terms, a hedonist strives to maximize this ratio.

Humanism: Human is the measure of all things.

Imagery: the author uses words and phrases to create “mental images” for the reader; Imagery helps the reader to visualize more realistically the authors writing; Imagery may contain metaphors or similes, but is generally achieved through descriptive adjectives, not comparisons.

Intro: just like in a book or a story, the Intro sets the stage for the (or a) Play.

Irony: the expression of ones meaning by using languages that normally signifies the opposite typically for humorous or emphatic effect; Irony does not have to be expressed verbally, but can also apply to situations in a Play.

Limerick: a humors verse of three long and two short lines rhyming.

Materialism: all things are composed and all phenomena are the results to material interactions; matter is the only substance.

Naturalism: God is irrelevant, evolutionary change is inevitable, man is autonomous, self-centered, and will save themselves, education is the guild to life; science is the ultimate provider for both knowledge and mortals.

New Age Pantheism: all is one. There are no distinctions between humans, animals, or the rest of the creation since all is one, all is god. If all is one all is god, then each of us is a god. Humans discover their own divinity by experiencing a change in consciousness.

Nihilism: is a philosophical position which argues that the world is without objective meaning purpose comprehensible truth, or essential value.

Ode: a lyric poem in the form of an address to a particular subject, often eluted in style or manner and written in varied or irregular meter; an ode can be written to a person, an emotion, or pretty much anything, but is made as a formal praise or toast of the subject.

Onomatopoeia: an expression or exclamations that are intended to sound like a real life sound or animal sounds are examples of onomatopoeia’s.

Passive Voice: used to describe a sentence where the subjects are the longer target or subject of the action in the sentence.

Personification: is the assignment of human characteristics or attributes to anything that is not human being; personification is common in novels with animals for main characters, as well as in many types of poetry; animals, deities, forces of nature, or inanimate objects can all be subjects of personification.

Postmodernism: It seems from recognition that really is constructed as the mind tries to understand its own personal reality for this reason, postmodernism is highly skeptical of explanations which claim to be valid for all groups, cultures, traditions, or races, and instead focus on the relative truths of a person.

Pragmatism: it signifies the insistence on usefulness or practical consequences as a test of truth.

Sarcasm: a mode of satirical wit that uses bitter, caustic, and often ironic language for its affect, which is usually direct against an individual.

Second (2nd) Person: the person used by a speaker interfering to the one, or ones, to whom he or she is speaking.

Socialism: refers to a broad array of doctrines that imaged a socio-economic in which property and the distribution of wealth or subject to social control.

Soliloquy: in its simplest form, soliloquy means talking to oneself; soliloquy is used in theater or literature to allow the audience to understand what a character is thinking; while most people do not dialogue the conversations have in their head in real life, it is common to see characters do so on stage for the audience’s benefit.

Symbol: a literary device that contains several layers of meaning, concealed at first sight, and it’s reprehensive of several other aspects concepts, or traits than those that are visible in the literal translation alone; a symbol is basically some part of a piece of literature that has a hidden meaning, understood only after reading.

Rationalism: a belief, or an opinions and actions that be based on reason and knowledge rather than religious belief or emotional response. Man uses science and logic that can make it all by themselves.

Third (3rd) Person: is the person that is used by the speaker of an offence in referring to anything or to anyone other than the speaker or one or ones being addressed. For e.g. he, she, they, etc.

Theism: it refers to the belief that God created the world yet transcends it, along with the idea that God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent.

Tone: a feature of writing which encompasses the attitudes towards the subject and toward the audience implied in a literally work. Tone may be formal, informal, intimate, solemn, somber, playful, serious, ironic, condescending, or many other possibilities.

Transcendentalism: an identical philosophical and social movement that developed in New England around 1836 in reaction to rationalism. Influenced by romanticism, Platonism, and Kantian philosophy, it taught that divinity pervades all nature and humanity. Clarification, everyone is born an angel.

Voice: voice in grammar, describes the relationship between the subject of a sentence and the action in the sentence.

 

Conclusion

In the mind map on the first page, I listed all the topics that I had learnt in this school year of 2014-2015.  During the Final Term Paper did not do all the topics on the mind map, but only did the Elements of a Good Story, and Vocabulary Words and World Views.

Computer Network Security

Some people think that as long as they have Firewall or some other network security, and even people do not think that a virus, or anything like that can come from a download, installsion, etc. But they were wrong. There is a virus program, that you cannot even access it, called Malware.
It not only can go through Firewall but it also has a lot more than just viruses. It has script viruses, worms, rabbits, etc. These bugs are so powerful, that they can delete anything without the user’s permission, especially on Administer accounts.
Not only PC’s and Mac’s get it, but all Computers from desktops to laptops to any IPhone’s, IPod’s, IPads, Tablets, etc. Even to all Computer Software’s like Widows, Linux, Mac, etc. When you download a harmless game, program, etc. you think that you are perfectly fine. But you are wrong Malware can still get into those.
One of Malware’s Viruses is called Tyrant Horse. What it does is that it seems harmless though any harmless program, but like all the rest of Malware it is very dangerous to all Computers. Not even restarting, or shutting down for any amount of time, it will recover and do its damage when the Computer gains power.

The Cat and the Dog

A long time ago, when cats and dogs were consider as house pets. There was a ginger cat with a raccoon like tail, named Simbobway. Simbobway was a very placid, tamed, and pampered pussy cat ever since he was a little kitten. Life was going great for him whenever he stayed in his territory, except when his enemies where around.
Simbobway longed to go exploring outside his territory, without his enemies around. One day Simbobway caught a bird, and then about to started to settle down to his meal that he just caught. Then suddenly he heard a cats hissing.
Simbobway quickly looked around, and then he spotted Old Tailor. Old Tailor was the biggest, meanest, the one with a ton of wounds from fighting and a torn ear, and Scariest out of all the cats in the neighborhood. This cat, Old Tailor, was an enemy to all cats who know him. And any cat who knew her did not want to fight with this bad pussy.
Simbobway hissed a warning at the sneaking Old Tailor. Old Tailor ignored the warning, and then pounced on Simbobway. The cats immediately went into a fight mode, for the satisfying dead bird. A minute later Simbobway ran off to safety, leaving the prize to Old Tailor.
Simbobway was walking one day when he saw Old Tailor jumping down a fence into her territory, with a dead mouse of bird in his jaws. When he saw this, he followed Old Tailor went at a safe distance. Simbobway bolted away when the old cat turned around.
He had spent a week trying to find out where the dogs lived, and sometimes even running away from them. Simbobway knew every were every dog lived in the neighborhood, so he found a safe spot to spy on the dog(s) of each house every day.
Until one day a new dog moved into the neighborhood. Simbobway found this new comer and tried to follow everywhere the dog went and tried to find out where the dog lived, but failed at each attempt.
The dog was a German Shepard, named Ranger. At every attempt to follow Ranger to where he lived, no matter how hard how quiet he was and time of day, the dog would be ending chasing the poor cat away.
Years had gone by since the new comer came. Somehow the new comer figured out exactly where every dog and cat lived, including their time schedule’s for being let outside all without any friends. Whenever Ranger ended up in a dog fight, he somehow knew the neighborhood a lot better than any other animal in the neighborhood.
Some dogs even ganged up on poor Ranger, but he outwitted them always. Ranger even chased all cats, including Old Tailor, who always attacked any and every dog that he saw did not run away from him. so whenever Old Tailor saw Ranger he would attack the poor dog to teach him to pay some respect to biggest, meanest, and Scariest out of all the cats and dogs, but Ranger always got the better of Old Tailor.
One time Simbobway just happened to see one of these occasions. He was also very glad to see it because any and every dog or cat who met Old Tailor ran away, but not this one. So Simbobway tried to make friends with the dog instead of finding where he lived.
But still he failed at each attempt he made. He even tried to give the dog a token of friendship, but still failed. Ranger seemed friendlier to the ones who practically where not friendly to him/ fighting with him.
Then one day Simbobway decided to make friends with the dogs who he knew, but instead he ended getting chased instead. The poor cat tried to jump on higher ground, but he was cut off short. He ran into an ally and tried to jump to safety, but the dogs still chased him onward.
The cat ran and ran, with the dogs in pursuit after him. Poor Simbobway was trapped in a corner at the back of the ally. He meowed for being reused, and hissed out warnings to the other dogs. But nothing good came out of it.
Then suddenly out of nowhere Ranger and Old Tailor came to the rescue. Ranger, although not a friend to any of the dogs, was right besides Simbobway. Ranger was growling and snapping his jaws at the other dogs, forcing them away from Simbobway.
Simbobway suddenly jumped jump because of the catlike hissing noise that came right from behind him. He turned around to see Old Tailor right behind him. He gave a warning hiss at Old Tailor, but as usual she ignored, and then pounced but surprisingly not at the other cat, but at the dogs behind Simbobway.
Old Tailor scared some of the dogs, but not enough to scare them away. Ranger and Old Tailor were in front protecting Simbobway. Simbobway seeing his two enemies protecting him from the other enemies, decided to help his two protecting enemies out.
So he jumped against the wall as high, then pushing off with his legs, and gave the attacking dogs a mighty hiss and then landed on all fours right in between Ranger and Old Tailor. He gave another hiss at the dogs with Old Tailor, busy forcing the attackers to go backward. With the three, they backed off the attackers, enough for all three to escape.
Once the gap between them was big enough, the three defenders bolted away from the attackers. Simbobway, and Old Tailor jumped on the back of the quick thinking Ranger. Once they were out of the ally the two cats jumped off Ranger and ran home, while Ranger sadly walked, once he was away from the attackers, to where he stayed.
That same night Simbobway went to get Old Tailor, to follow him. The two snuck around to find Ranger. They were devastated when they found that Ranger was leaving the town, and that he had no place to stay.
So the two cats went up to him and invited him back into the neighborhood. Ranger looked like as to say “I have nowhere to go, nowhere to live”. Old Tailor even looked the same as Ranger did. Simbobway look like as if he was inventing the two unfortunate animals into his home.
So the three animals went to Simbobway’s place. They reached at Simbobway’s place almost at noon. That is when they rung the door bell, to notify Simbobway’s owners that they were about to have two more pets in the house.
When the house owners, who were Mr. and Mrs. Kadroupledrop, opened the door they were excited to see their cat, Simbobway, had returned home unscratched, but he had a pleading look on his face that told them that he was asking to take his new friends into their home. But when they looked out the door, Ranger and Old Tailor where already slowly, and sadly walking away.
When Simbobway gave them, Ranger and Old Tailor, a sharp welcoming, yes they accept you “Purrrrrrrr meow”. When the two animals heard the welcoming sign, they turned around to see that Simbobway had pleading look on his face, and embracing arms. So the two lonely animals ran to the welcoming arms and the happy Simbobway.
A few years later, Simbobway and Old Tailor had little kittens of their own. And Ranger became the leader of the dog gang. But they welcomed the newcomers instead of going to beat them up.

One evening at YM’s summer camp

One Young Men’s I was

At a campfire with all

Or most of our Wards

YM (Young Men), were sitting at a

Campfire having dessert, telling stories

and jokes to each other.

Then one of our YM

Leaders reminded us

That we had something special

to show to everyone on camp.

So we all gathered in our

groups to plan what we

Have to show.

My group had to do

with acting. We had

to trace form into something (with every member in our group.)

So we transformed from a

robot to a tank.

Another group had to with

a song. That group my

oldest brother was in. his

group did a song and

that was “Shouting the Battle Cry of Freedom”.

So they gave us a

piece of paper with the

lyrics of this son, so

that everyone can sing and

be a part of the

camp group.

Another group also did a

Song and that was “12 days of Summer Camp”.

There was about 3 more groups

That I did not mention

And they did a skit

Just like the group that

I was in.

Man did we all have

fun that one evening at YM’s Camp.

The story of Jack and Jill

One day early in the morning Jack and Jill’s parents sent them to get a bucket of milk, honey and water.

So off they went to the barn to milk the cow to get a bucket of milk.

After they milked the cow Jack tripped over the stool, but luckily Jill had the bucket of milk.

Jack got up and dust himself off, and off they went to the beehives.

They got their equipment on, and then smoked the bees.

After smoking the bees they collected the honey combs from the hive, and then putted the honey combs in a bucket and then took their equipment off, but Jack decided to take off his clothes too close to the hive’s and got stung in the hand.

All thought he got stung he had shrugged it off.

So off they went to the well, which was just on a hill a 16th of a mile from their house.

“Be careful when we go up and then down that hill, Jack. Because thou had tripped over the stool at the barn, and then got stung by a bee at the beehives.” Jill told Jack.

“Well who knows, thou might have the accident this time” replied Jack.

So Jack took his time, while Jill decided to run up the hill.j

After getting the pale of water, Jack warned Jill to not go too fast down the hill.

Jill ignored Jack, and tripped over a large stone, and Jill started to tumble down the hill.

Jack took the too buckets he had, and carefully went down the hill after Jill.

When Jack got to the bottom of the hill, he had found that Jill had bumped the back of her head.

Jack settled his buckets down and helped her to the house, and then he went back to get the buckets that he had left at the bottom of the hill.

Jack had learnt to take his time and be more cautious, and Jill to walk slower and proper downhill and no one got injured on the journeys following.

The Summarization of the Life Style of the Colonial Times

Cities & Government:

There were two main reasons why cities were established; the Harbor Towns were the towns were mostly/ mainly built for the ships that were or came to the shore; and the seat of government was like the capital city/ home of the government of the country / or state, for example: Washington DC is the State Capital of the USA (United States of America), but Olympia is the City Capital of Washington Territory.

One of the very first buildings that they built in very city, and is also one or the most important building in the City is a Church. The church was, is, a place where the religious people (the people who were religious) could find some peace, comfort, and rest of all their labors on the seventh day of the week (Sunday (the Sabbath Day)).

The streets in the cities where built in a grid like pattern. Unlike today, the streets ran in a line from north to south and east to west. Some cities had two city squares. A city square was a place where the people gather around to listen to the upcoming news or a message that a person might bring.

The markets were mostly near the harbors of the city. The markets back then were very similar to those in today. Each market would sell different things for different prices at the same or different qualities.

The largest city back then in the Revolutionary Wars was not New York (the city not the state), but it was a city called Philadelphia. Philadelphia was a Harbor City; it sent and collected tons of ships of all different shapes and sizes, and bringing all different things as cargo.

The government had two branches; the Governs Council was the upper house of the colonial legislature; the House of Burgesses was the first legislative assembly of elected representatives in North America.

Occupations:

The Barber in the colonial times was very much the same as in today’s Barber’s. They did not only cut and do the hairstyle of their client’s, but also did Bloodletting (putting leaches on their client’s). the Barber’s sing was and still is a cylinder with red and white swirl stripes, the Red representing the blood; the white the bandages. They thought it was right to do it, but we know better today that is it not right to do so, but leaches are still are used for Bloodletting for Medical purposes.

The Cabinetmaker made not only cabinets but also all furniture including cases for the clocks that the Clockmakers made. The Clockmakers made and repaired clocks. The Grocer made and then sold food what the farmers gave to them, in other words the Grocer/ Victualler was like the Grocery store.

The miller grinded corn and wheat and then gave it back to the farmer or person who gave it to the miller to grind. The Silversmith made all the silverware and then sold it. The Blacksmith not only made tools, horse shoes, nails, etc…, he was also the dentist (who just knocked out the aching teeth).

The Tailor made then sold clothes to those who could afford it. The Tanner made saddles, some leather clothes, mugs, buckets, and anything that had to do with leather.

The Cooper had an important job because they made barrels for the food and beverages to be stored in. The Cobbler made shoes that the people wore. Chandler made candles (candlesticks, and candle holders).

The Gunsmith made the guns. The Sailors sailed on ships from coast to coast, trading stuff for other stuff/ like a trader who trades in different countries. The Wigmaker made the wigs that some people wore.

The Apothecary made medicines from various minerals, plants, and herbs and sold them in their store. The Wheelwright made and repaired wheels on all vehicles and wagons. And the Printer printed the news, which when received by the people it was at least 3 days old. Those who could not afford getting food from the Grocer, or clothes from the Tailor, or anything leather from the Tanner, they had to make it themselves. And they had not left or right shoes back in the Colonial times.

Housing & Furniture:

In the colonial times there was no electricity, but there was pluming. And only the rich people’s houses had pluming. The other houses, unlike today’s houses had only one room called the Keeping room. They will do everything in that one room.

They had a kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, bathrooms, and sitting rooms all in one room/ no walls separating the different rooms. And they also had no staircases or in other words, no basement only the attic and the Keeping room.

The salt box was smaller than the Mansions the rich people had, but not much bigger than the regular house. The salt box had addition, connecting little house to it, for the big families who could have afforded that add on. Their houses where mostly made out of wood, but only the mansions were made out of brick or and stone, but that was soon available to the rest of the public.

Their beds had a wooden frame with ropes going across. Their mattresses were just like two bed sheets, one mouth inside the other and sewed together and then stuffed with straw or sometimes with feathers.

The children did house work like cleaning the house, pet care (for e.g. having chickens), doing the dishes, fetching water, shaking out the mattresses, doing laundry, and helping their father out. Their games were like chess or checkers, nine pins (bowling), jack and ball, hoop and stick, etc…

Everyone (including all adults, children, teens, and babies) ate fish, meat, eggs, bacon, wheat, corn, bread, squash, fruit, vegies, and corn meal. And they all drank cider, beer, milk, and water.

Babies were considered ages from ages 0-5, children and teens where from age 6 to whenever they finish school, and adults where when they were married, had a house of their own, or when they had finished their schooling or at least had a career or a job.

When a girl reached the proper age, her parents would give her a box called a “Hope Box”. The “Hope Box’s” purpose was for the girl to collect items for herself for when she moves out of the house/ or for when she gets married.

Girls were considered as an adult when she got married. While the boys were considered as an adult when he had finished his schooling, or had a career (or a job) or got married.

Some girls were already married by the age of 15 while some got married at the age of 23+. Some boys had finished their schooling, or had a career (a job), or married by the age 13, while some only finished their schooling, or had a career (a job), or married by the age of 20+.

When they were at the age of 6, they went to a school called a Dame school. After they had graduated Dame school, they moved on to another school like being an apprentice, or they went to college. The collages were in Yale, Princeton, Harvard, and William & Mary.

The considered Babies wore Puddings. The Pudding was like a giant pillow wrapped around the person who wore it. The Pudding was to reduce the many times of hurting themselves.

Louis XIV & Cardinal Richelieu

Louis XIV & Cardinal Richelieu

                                                            Louis XIV

Louis XIV was born on September 5th in 1638. On May 14th, 1643, when Louis was 4 years old his father died. After the death of his father Louis succeeded the throne and became the leader of 19 million French Subjects and a highly unstable government. In 1648, when Louis was still shy at the age of 10 years old, the Parlement of Paris rebelled against his chief minister, Mazarin.

In 1660 Louis had married the daughter of the king of Spain, Marie-Therese of Austria. In 1661, when Louis was in his 20’s, he finally took control of the French after the death of his Chief Minister. In 1663 the Academy of Inscriptions and Belle-Letters was found, followed by the Royal Academy of Music in 1666.

In 1667-1672 Louis had Colbert oversee the Constructions of the Paris Observation. In 1667 Louis launched an invasion against the Spanish Netherlands, deeming his wife’s rightful inheritance. In 1672-1678, Louis was engaged his country in Franco-Dutch War.

By the 1680’s, Louis had begun to generate public hostility. From 1701-1714 the war of the Spanish Succession, further hastened Louis XIV’s decline as leader. On September 1st 1715, Louis XIV’s died just four days until his 77th birthday. After Louis XIV’s death, his 5 year old Grandson, Louis XV, who was the last male heir of the Duc de Bourgogne, inherited the throne.

                                                    Cardinal Richelieu

At first Richelieu intended to follow a military career, but when his brother, Alfred, resigned the Bishopric of Luco and retired to the Grande Chartreuse in 1605. On the 17th of April, 1607; he was not yet 22 years old, although the Brief of Paul V dated 19th of December, 1606. In 1614 Richelieu represented the clergy of Poitou in the States General.

Richelieu on the 30th of November, 1616, Richelieu was named secretary of the state, but after the assassination of the Concini. To disarm suspicion Richelieu asked the king to name a place of exile and at his order went. In 1618 at Avignon, where he passes nearly a year and where he composed a catechism which became famous under the name of “Instruction du Chretien”.

On the 3rd of November, 1622, he was created cardinal by Gregory XV. On the 19th of April, 1624, he re-entered the Council of ministers. On the 12th of August, 1624, he was made its President.

In February 1638, Richelieu prompted the declaration by which Louis XIII consecrated the Kingdom of France. Having been arrested on the 14th of May, 1638, Richelieu declared that Luther and Calvin had been confined before they had to dogmatize the states.in 1638 the struggle between the state and the clergy on the subject of taxes became critical, and Richelieu to uphold his claims enlisted the aid of the brothers Pierre and Jacques Dupuy.

Side note: I had missed lots of information about Cardinal Richelieu and Louis XIV and not both person’s history is in my own words so please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis XIV of France or and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardinal Richelieu \ for more information about Louis XIV or and Cardinal Richelieu.

Summary of “The Taming of the Shrew”

It starts of when a very drunk person has a little argument with another person. Then a lord came by, and when this lord saw this drunkard he decided to pull a prank on him. So that is what the lord did.

He told his attendant next to him what his going to do. Then idea’s passes between the lord and the attendant, and then came some actors and actress who were willing to take part in the prank. The prank that the lord and his attendant came up with happened to that drunkard.

When the drunkard woke up he was not in an alley but in a Royal chamber instead. And he was being convinced that he was a lord, but he knew that he had not more than one set of clothes. The person who owed the chamber was busy also convincing that the drunkard was a noble not a peasant.

Then came in the nobles page dressed as a woman and pretended to be his wife and that she has been morning for fifteen years. And the drunkard asked the servants what he has been doing for 15 years and they replied “you have been sleeping/ dreaming for all those years”.

Then the drunkard excused the servants so that he could have some time/ sleep with his so pretending wife. So he asked his wife to undress herself and climb into bed with him. But she, he/ the page, refused to and simply replies something like this “I cannot because of you being so drunk all these years.” then came in the actors, actress and a servant who announced the play that was about to begin.

The drunkard so tired that he wanted to sleep instead of watching the play. The first scene of the play was about introducing the background of the play and some of the characters. The drunkard fell asleep during the first scene. The second act introduced some more of the characters in the story and Petruchio gets introduced to the Katherina, the shrew, and gets engaged to her.

The 3rd act is when the newly wedded couple comes home when supper is not ready, and the husband, Petruchio, takes it on his servants and practically starves his new mate until morning. She finally got to eat when her husband was buying some clothes for her from a tailor. Katharina’s sister’s, Bianca, teachers were in competition on who can win enough love to marry Bianca.

One of her teachers prevailed and got married to Bianca while the other teacher gave up and married a wealthy widow. At the wedding ceremony, the wives were in a separate room from where the husbands were. And the husbands betted 200 crowns for whoever’s wife comes when he calls for her by sending a servant instead of them going them self.

Bianca’s and the widow’s husband went first and failed then, Petruchio sent for his wife and won. Then Petruchio asked his wife to get the other two’s wives for them. She obeyed. When the three women came into the room Petruchio asked his wife to tell the other women what a husband expects of a wife. Then Katharina gave her famous speech.

“Fie, fie! Unknit that threatening unkind brow, and dart not scornful glances from those eyes.” meaning that women not look angry at their husbands.

“To wound thy lord, thy king, thy governor. It blots thy beauty as frosts do bite the meads, Confounds thy fame as whirlwinds shake fair buds, And in no sense is meet or amiable.” That treat they husbands with care.

“To painful labour both by sea and land, To watch the night in storms, the day in cold, Whilst thou liest warm at home, secure and safe; And craves no other tribute at thy hands But love, fair looks, and true obedience- Too little payment for so great a debt. Such duty as the subject owes the prince, Even such a woman oweth to her husband.” Meaning that a man/ husband works hard to keep his wife safe and all he is asking in return is love, obedience, and fair looks.

“What is she but a foul contending rebel And graceless traitor to her loving lord? I am ashamed that women are so simple To offer war where they should kneel for peace; Or seek for rule, supremacy, and sway, When they are bound to serve, love, and obey. Why are our bodies soft and weak and smooth, Unapt to toll and trouble in the world, But that our soft conditions and our hearts Should well agree with our external parts?” meaning that woman should not fight in wars, start wars, or have a desire to be above and rule over, but should ask for peace and nurture/ a woman using her body for its proper purposes.

Then Petruchio rewards her by asking her to kiss him.

Speeches are not in my words but the author’s (William Shakespeare) words.

About Our Sun

In week 4 of my science I have learnt many scientific beliefs and religion beliefs of our universe, well with a making sense twist by adding both scientific and religion beliefs about the universe.

Stars:

Many people believe that the middle of our Sun (which is a yellow type of star) was formed by a nuclear explosion, and that is called the Big Bang Theory. Scientist are telling you that the middle of the Sun is the hottest part of the Sun; well possibly true. And that Sun spots are hottest part on the surface of the Sun; not true they are a lot cooler than the rest of the surface of the Sun.

The surface of the sun is 5,778 K, and that equals about 5504.85 degrees Celsius. They also say that the Sun has a few more billion years to go before it dies; that is a lie because of the cool sun spots the sun is able to gain energy. If you do not get what I am saying then answer the following: how does a fire get its energy? Well if gets if from wood, paper gas/ anything you put in a fire is called fuel to a fire except a fire’s enemies like water.

The center of a fire is the hottest part of a fire; same is the edge of the fire. But are the holes in a fire hotter than the rest of the fire? No it is cooler. The holes in a fire let in air so that the fire can breathe, without air it can’t breathe. It is the same with the sun; its hole’s let/ brings in its highly long flammable fuel to burn.

Sirius & Betelgeuse

Sirius:

Sirius is the Dog Star in the dog Canis Major in the night sky. Magnitude is -1.45. Absolute magnitude: 1.44. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +104o04’4404”/-39o36’39.3” or +104o17’33.2”/-39o36’32.4”. Galactic longitude/ latitude: -132o45’57.3”/-8o53’42.0”. The stars distance from our sun: 8.60 ly. Parallax: 0.37921”. This star is a lot bigger than our sun and it is also one of the most brightest. Type: star. Spectral Type: A0m…

Betelgeuse/ Armpit:

Betelgeuse is the armpit of Orion. Type: pulsating star (SRC). Magnitude: 0.45. Absolute magnitude: -5.47. Magnitude Range: 0.00/1.30. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +88o45’17.1”/ -16o01’37.1”. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +88o58’07.4”/ -16o01’29.9”. ”. The stars distance from our sun: 497.95 ly. Spectral Type: M2Ib. Parallax: 0.00655”.

All this information was from Stellarium and not all the information about the stars are in the two articles above. If you want to know all about any star in our solar system and you do not have Stellarium, then go to http://www.stellarium.org/en_CA/ for all the information about Stellarium. Stellarium not only does the stars in our solar system but Deep space objects, Stars in space that is not even in our Galaxy, Asteroids, some Comets, consolations, and Planets that are in our Solar System.

A Knights Adventure

A long, long time ago in a faraway place in a castle in England there lived a famous knight whose name was Sir Lancelot. Now Sir Lancelot was mostly known for all the noble things he did, and the hardest to defeat. Sir Lancelot practiced hard every day so that he can stay the hardness of mot to be defeated.

Then one day he told his page and squire that he would be gone for a couple of month and that he will be just traveling to the cities and villages on the Isle of Man, to see how they are doing. So he gave his squire and page some chores to do every day he was gone, and that when he came back he would pay them for what they had done in those months. And within a few hours his horse and wagon with some other things were ready for his leave in the morning.

Early the next morning Sir Lancelot had already left on his journey. He arrived at his first city by noon and the city was called Castletown. By the time it was late in the afternoon early evening of the 6th day of his journey, he had arrived at his second place city called Port of Saint Mary.

A month had passed and he had all most checked a 1/2 of the island’s cities, and all the cities and villages were in good condition, so far. By the time 2 months had passed he had checked almost every single city and village, and he had one more place to go and then he will be off to his castle.

His last stop was a village called Peel. This village he already had known that this village had some major problems. He had stayed there for a day longer than the other places. He was about to leave when an old widow who was new to him came up to him and begged Sir Lancelot to go and rescue her daughter, at the middle of the island in a cave, in return for a wonderful red rose and her daughter, “because not many knights came to the village and few took the task but none came back”.

Sir Lancelot gave it a thought and decided that if he is going to be a real knight, then he will go and rescue his female. So off went Sir Lancelot to save this female. He galloped through the plains and through the rocky plains to the middle of the island.

It had already been 4 months since he had left his castle, when he came upon a mountain. Then he had spent the next day climbing it, then another day trying to find a cave. On the third day on his adventure, he found that the cave was dark as night.

So he lit a candle, then he went deeper and deeper in the cave. Then he found a dozen knights sitting around a fire with their armory, weapons, and food not too far from them with a female chained to the wall cleaning all weapons and armor. When Sir Lancelot saw this he took off his armor and placed it aside, and went straight to the knights.

At the sight of Sir Lancelot, the knights sieged him immediately. Then the knights searched him for anything useful, and all that he found was a dagger, a sword, a candle, and a loaf of bread. After finding that Sir Lancelot only had only one weapon with him, they asked him why was he here. He told them that he had brought the bread for the girl, a dagger for something useful, a sword for protection against danger, and a candle to find his way here.

He had talked with the knights until they had fallen asleep, when he took his stuff and went to the girl and unchained her, and then took her and went straight back to Peel. And on his way there he found out that the young lady’s name was Rachel. When he arrived at Peel, he found that the widow was at the gate of the village.

Seeing that Rachel was a very pretty female and knowing her for a few days, and with the permission of the widow, he took Rachel to his castle. And within a months’ time he got married to Rachel.

How a computer works.

First what is a computer? A computer is an electronic machine that processes information—in other words, an information processor: it takes in raw information (or data) at one end, stores it until it’s ready to work on it, chews and crunches it for a bit, then spits out the results at the other end. All these processes have a name. Taking in information is called input, storing information is better known as memory (or storage), chewing information is also known as processing, and spitting out results is called output.

You have a Mother board, Monitor, Modem, System Unit, Mouse, Speakers, Keyboard, Hard drive, Hardware, Software, RAM, Floppy disk, CPU, Power plugin, and some/ most computers have a CD or and a DVD slot.

Your Inputs in your computer for a desk top PC are for your keyboard plugins, mouse plugins, microphone plugins, voice recognition plugins, USB stick plugins, and monitor plugin’s. For a PC laptop your Monitor, key board and mouse are in one, but practically have the same In and Out puts.

Your computer probably stores all your documents and files on a hard-drive: a huge magnetic memory. But smaller, computer-based devices like digital cameras and cellphones use other kinds of storage such as flash memory cards. Processing: Your computer’s processor (sometimes known as the central processing unit) is a microchip buried deep inside. It works amazingly hard and gets incredibly hot in the process. That’s why your computer has a little fan blowing away—to stop its brain from overheating!

Your computer probably has an LCD screen capable of displaying high-resolution (very detailed) graphics, and probably also stereo loudspeakers. You may have an inkjet printer on your desk top to make a more permanent form of output.

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