But I think this is one of the most well written articles on the internet and I just HAD to share it. Did one ever know the reason why the pacing and story development change after Ash was hit by lightning in the beginning episodes? How Ash and his world were relatively normal until after the incident? I have a theory.
I stopped caring about my community, my neighbors, and those I serve. I stopped caring today because a once noble profession has become despised, hated, distrusted, and mostly unwanted.
I stopped caring today because parents refuse to teach their kids right from wrong and blame us when they are caught breaking the law. Moms hate us in their schools because we frighten them and remind them of the evil that lurks in the world.
We always kill innocent people with unjust violence.
We are called bullies for using a Taser during a fight, but are condemned further for not first tasing the guy who pulls a gun on us. I stopped caring today as no one wants us around, but instantly demands answers, results, arrests, when a crime takes place.
To never accept responsibility for ones actions, but to blame everyone else instead of themselves. To argue that getting stoned should be a right, yet getting a job or an education is a hassle. To steal verus earn. To hate versus help.
Yes, I stopped caring today. But tomorrow, I will put my uniform back on and I will care again.TweetCreating an extended argument is a crucial skill to succeed in TOK. Developing a thesis supported by a coherent sequence of ideas is needed in the essay and presentation tasks.
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Let me start off by saying this was not written by me. But I think this is one of the most well written articles on the internet and I just HAD to share it. I was talking recently to a friend who teaches at MIT.
His field is hot now and every year he is inundated by applications from would-be graduate students. `` anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment." -- Robert Benchley, in Chips off the Old Benchley, THE TRAGEDY OF THE COMMON REVISITED by Beryl Crowe () reprinted in MANAGING THE COMMONS by Garrett Hardin and John Baden W.H.
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