Sometimes you’re speechless. Speechless at the lack of intuition and effort of a group member’s competence to get their job done. Of course, there’s always that one person that simply doesn’t do their work. Or maybe it’s the majority of your group members. You often feel outnumbered and hopelessness has already overwhelmed you. Should you… Read More Accountability Within Group Projects
After looking through the endless choices of career paths, I came across an interesting and shocking article. An article relating to the medical field. More specifically, it was a report on a survey. One of the survey results showed that only 6 percent of doctors were happy with their job. That left 94 percent of… Read More Negativity Towards our Kids? – Survey Opinion
If you’re still on the lookout for new winter tires, you should consider reading this. We’ve all heard of fake headphones and handbags but can there be such things as fake tires. Who in the world could pull off a scheme to export tires which in total, weigh over a hundred pounds? Well it’s more… Read More Counterfeit Tires?
Recently, the non-indictment of Darren Wilson showed us that justice doesn’t always prevail. Our heart tells the truth but the “system” that governs us adjourns our chances of doing the right thing. For example, one might not have enough evidence of an assault that took place years ago. The culprit is most likely identifiable but… Read More Obscuring our Heart
“When I die, I want my group project members to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one last time” Recently, things have changed as I gained more authority over my coworkers during group projects. Well, that was what happened to me. It was kind of like a social shift. My voice was heard… Read More Finally, a Relatable Quote
It’s hard to play basketball when all you’ve been taught is to move out-of-the-way to avoid the opponent or to move to the side to hit the ball. Racket sports require the use of a racket. So most of the time, your dominant hand is gripping the racket so you mostly play with one hand… Read More Tennis ≠ Basketball
It’s one of those controversial civil laws. Whether the police uses it fairly, there’s always some unnecessary punishment associated. Lately, Mr. Connelly spoke about cops in his jurisdiction who were eager to confiscate suspects “exotic vehicle” outside a local bar. It’s fine if police officers are confiscating stolen vehicles but it just seems like cops… Read More Civil Asset Forfeiture aka Robbery – Too Excessive?
With schools acquiring bigger budgets than ever before, where does the money go to? Infrastructure? Teachers? Once, in my freshman year at high school, I had a teacher who talked about respect for the laptop cart. Basically, a cart containing about twenty laptops needed as much attention as a student getting bullied, maybe even more. Also, the… Read More How Much Technology is Enough for our Classrooms?