Today’s teenagers really need their own means of transportation, and having my own car could benefit us both to make our lives much easier. You could get more rest and not have to wake up so early if I could take myself to school. It would teach me to manage my own time and to be responsible for my own things. I could also run errands for you whenever you need it. This would all allow you to have more rest and relaxation, and less stress. If I could drive myself to school, not only would you be able to get more sleep, but you wouldn’t have to run around all afternoon. I could drive myself home from practice or to games or meeting and everything else that I have to do. This would really save you the exhaustion of running back and forth all over town every day and you might have more time to do something that you enjoy. Having more time for yourself could create a calm environment for the entire family and cause less stress. Owning a car is a big responsibility, but I can take the challenge. If I had ownership over something as valuable as a car, I would definitely learn to be responsible and take care of it on my own. It would better prepare me for my future. I would learn to take pride in things that I own. It would just really help me to grow as a person, and I would come out of the experience as a more mature person. Sometimes you have too many things to do and it just seems like there is not enough hours in the day. If I had my own car I could help you take
lit and comp 3
Dec. 16, 2011
Have you ever wandered why our government is in debt by so much? Have you thought to yourself that it needs to be fixed before something really bad happens in America? How about what caused this ginormous debt? I have the answers to your questions. Our government has made some wrong turns and passed some bad laws to make this happen.
The reason why this debt even started in America is because, like people, the government…
Catherine Pritchard Childress
My mother was diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease twenty- three years ago during a routine ultrasound while she was pregnant with me. Polycystic Kidney Disease, also known as PKD, is a genetic disorder that consists of numerous cysts in the kidneys that eventually causes the kidneys to fail. A person without PKD has kidneys that are about the size of a fist. My mother’s kidneys are the size of footballs…
22 October 2014
Growing up in a single parent family has been viewed different for many years. It seems that being raised by one parent is impossible to many, over decades it has become usual. Today’s society children have grown to become emotionally stable and successful even if they had one or two parents to show them a rocky road. The problem lies in the difference of children raised by both mother and father versus by single parents. Do children…
What would happen if the famous African American have a national holiday? In an article says that Richard Allen, A famous African American should have a National Holiday. In my opinion I think he should have the National Holiday. If he doesn’t have it, it will be unfair because he helped a lot in the community, so I agree with the idea for the following reasons (A) He founded the African Methodist Episcopal (AME), (B) He was a minister, educator and writer, (C) He opened the first…
Samantha Landry March 24,
Language Arts 3, 7Pre
Did you know that smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States?
The risk of dying from cigarettes has increased for both men and women over the last fifty years
in the United States. Smokers have a greater chance than non smokers to develop lung cancer…
Persuasive Essay: Should recycling be mandatory?
Recycling has come a long way to help protect our environment. Although many people don’t recycle, they should. I believe recycling should be mandatory, because it would keep our community cleaner, we could reuse instead of use more limited resources, and it would help our environment as a whole. Recycling is very important, and if we work together, it could change many circumstances with trash.
Recycling has already helped…
Why Are Gas Prices So High? |
Comm/215September 7, 2012 |
Today along with the slump in the economy, Americans are also faced with the rise of gasoline prices. A gallon of gas today costs $4.09, whereas twenty years ago a gallon cost $1.13.
Many Americans think that this intense rise in gas prices is a way for the government to be in control and govern the types of vehicles people drive. The rise in price is that the government continues to purchase oil from…
Today, in Canada the imprisonment rates are extremely high and continue to be an
issue for First Nation people. In 1996 the Federal Government imposed the legislation that will be in place specifically tailored for First Nation Natives, (Aboriginal) Under the Criminal code section 718.2(e). (Dept. of Justice p.33) Contrarily, the criminal code is a positive thing based on the history of colonization and suppression. However, the code also has negative denotations, implicated from the general public…
Brett Finbloom, an eighteen year old from Camel, Oklahoma, was a naïve and headstrong young man fresh out of high school. It was an August evening and Brett decided to attend a party where alcohol was being served. He drank heavily, and as the night progressed, he continued his irresponsible drinking until his body could no longer respond. Planted on the couch, Brett was irresponsive and unmoving, watching an array of figures smeared across his vision and…
Introduction to Psychology
May 14th 2013
Research in Psychology
What is Psychology? A Scientific study of behavior and mental process in their many facets. Did you know that in psychology there is experimental method or a non-experimental? And there are 7 different fields of psychology, Developmental, Physiological, Experimental, and Personality Clinical counseling and social. In chapter…