Thomas Hodge English 101 B2 Geoff Martin Wed. Nov. 16 Is It Worth It? Ladies and gentlemen we have a problem. By mid-century there will be an additional one to three billion more people to feed (Fedoroff ). The problem is that not only has feeding the six billion people that currently inhabit the planet put a strain on the food supply, but also the United Nations has said we might not be able to feed the additional three billion that is said to exist by mid-century. If you are like me, right
Ashley Fernandez Home Career Skills Period 2 4/2/11 Do you know what you’re putting inside of your body? Do you know the amount of calories? Fat? Cholesterol? Do you even read the Nutrition Facts? If not then, you should start. 100’s, 1000’s, MILLIONS of people eat fast food every day. People don’t realize how much fat is in it. Eating too much of fast food can lead
Is College Worth it? With rising costs of college, a college education becomes a gamble rather than an investment. Although it works out well for millions of Americans, many college graduates have found themselves unable to get a quality job in their field in this economy with inescapable debt to their school. Purchasing an education to make more money only to end up owing money may not be the best solution. Despite the benefits of a college education, such as a better starting
were about the comparable worth and just wage with the meaning that “jobs deemed to be of equal value to the employer should pay the same, regardless of their sex or race-typing.”(Amott&Matthaei, 1984) Both of two essays discussed the history of emergence of the comparable worth strategy, dig out the basis which supports this comparable strategy, exposed future influences on society of comparable worth and offered their understanding and expectation on comparable worth. Two authors held different
Throughout time conflict has always been present in our lives. Conflict is an important factor when constructing the plot. There are two areas of conflict which are known as internal and external conflict. Whether it is a physical or emotional challenge everyone deals with conflict in various ways. “Where are you going, Where have you been?” by Bob Dylan is a story that deals with many types of conflict. The protagonist named Connie is a pretty teenager who is very stuck up with how she looks
back, because we worry about what people might think. Has it ever happened to you that you see a successful new product or a flourishing new business -- and remind yourself of how you had thought of that very idea many years ago? Well, that's not worth much. You may have had the idea first, but someone else did something about it -- so he'll reap the rewards. Next time you have an idea -- remember that simply thinking about doing something is of no use. Do something. Next time you see an opportunity
awareness for the topic in general. Many things trigger wanting to cut such as, bullying, abuse, or neglect. People need to be nicer to each other. No one wants to live in a cruel society. The question anyone should ask themselves would be, is it worth it? Cutting is hazardous, and no one should fall a victim to it.
An additional advantage of smoking concerning government is that it throughout the world make huge profits from levying taxes on cigarettes. Taking everything into account, I therefore conclude that smoking, at all its alleged advantages is not worth the great harm it causes to our organism. And I think that our main aim is to find ways of solving this problem. Most of the smokers are not able to kick the bad habit. In this case helping them in doing that is the main purpose of society.
Is College worth it? This is the big question all people of my age including myself are asking. Is College worth the money? Can i receive the same education for cheaper? lets assume that a normal college education is attending at least some kind of four year school. Now colleges range from state run universities to private universities. It is shown that state run vs. privately run is hard to choose for certain reasons. The state school is cheaper and allow more student entrance while the private
Why? Because I am young and confident in my sexuality. Meaning that I am open to talking about my sexuality as well as sharing it with whom I please. This also means I don’t let my sexuality, who I have sex with, or how often I have sex affect my worth or the respect I think I deserve. Now, depending on who you are and what your stance on sexuality is, you might think the 20th Century standards are right about me. You may think I lack self control, and throw myself at any man who will give me some