This makes me so upset. I don’t care about political affiliations or whether you agree or disagree with what the U.S. Army does. But I do care about the horrific effects that undersea bombs have off the coast of Puerto Rico.
For 60 years, the U.S. Army has had control over Veiques. It is not clear what exactly the U.S. Army did over there. I grew up listening to my father tell me many different stories about experiments and bombs. It is easy to speculate but no one knows for sure.
Now that the Army has left, pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together. Evidence shows the U.S. Army was in fact experimenting.
Even worse, we are starting to see the many negative effects that the U.S. Navy training site has had on our environment. Leaking toxins, carcinogens in both sea creatures and the ecosystem.
“The world bursts at its seams with people telling you you’re not good enough. On occasion, some may be correct. But do not do their work for them. Seek any job; ask anyone out; pursue any goal. Don’t take it personally when they say “no” - they may not be smart enough to say “yes.”—Keith Olbermann Broadcast Journalist and Host of MSNBC’s Countdown With Keith Olbermann.
Why should students come to class and be there on time?
What should professors do to those students who are absent or tardy all the time?
I had to think really hard about the first answer but I think I did well on this test.
I personally believe that students should come to class because they enrolled themselves in the class and committed themselves to following through with the class and accept the grade they earned forever. Professors should refuse to write letters of recommendation for those who never go to class.
I’m not vegan or anything but I agree that animals should be sparred from cruelty. Foie gras is certainly crossing the line and I’m glad California is taking the initiative in passing this law. Yeah, Wolfgang Puck!
OMG, it’s as if a light from heaven showered the earth and God spoke these words of truth.
There is a war that most women will have to wage: Work vs. Life (Including but not limited to marriage, children, community, elderly parents, etc.). Our ambitious selves will be scuffed by our relentless efforts to always say ‘yes’ or suffer the consequences of saying ‘no.’
Generation Y promises to bestow onto the earth a generation that is more than willing to take opportunities. But will this still be the case when our generation begins to settle down? Will women still jump up at the opportunity to work abroad? I assume we will be forced to make some difficult choices in the future. It will be interesting to see what our generation chooses to pursue.
"I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” - Robert Frost The Road Not Taken
So the other day I came up with what I thought was a brilliant idea to drive traffic to my Twitter account.
I decided to make a Yahoo! Personnel dating profile and see if these interested males would decide to follow me on Twitter. I mean if they’re interested, why wouldn’t they follow my life as it happens on Twitter? (BTW: I think Twitter has the potential to start matchmaking people but that would just be a bit creepy).
But the thing is I’m not looking for a relationship or anything like that. I’m purely interested in seeing how many people (if any) would follow me. It would be like some kind of experimental marketing technique.