I'm sick today so I can get a head start on a small position paper. The paper doesn't need to be any longer than 3 pages, it's a little assignment. It can be random, or serious, but can't be a widely interested topic by the public like the economy, or topics like gmo's. Any ideas would be helpful.
Yeah dicks are great, get it off of your mind if that's what you want to write haha.
talk about the current state of pens. There have been a large influx of low quality pens and even some replicas of quality pens. The replicas are leading to a higher rate of job loss and suicide. People have become frustrated with being duped so they throw their pens.. When the boss sees they have just thrown their "high quality" pen he assumes they have no sense of quality and fire them. Subsequently the former employee usually commits suicide.
Yeah I could easily write a paper about anything, even writing about a square inch of shit if I wanted to. I meant I want something interesting to write about but I have an idea now. But you're a good guy, thanks.
Do it and post it here for "peer review." I want to see a 3 page essay on 1 square inch of shit. You can even choose what animal left it behind. Until it's done, you can shut your diddly hole and get the fuck out.
"AR6rider, the 1 in^2 peice of shit, also known as a cool kid, attempts to be funny at every chance he gets. Yet he continues to fail, every time. The world is discovering a new upcoming of human failures, yet the answer to all questions about them are not yet discovered." It's not three pages yet, but tell me how I did. I would like help in creating a thesis statement that would be arguable, yet relevant. The rest I can come up with on my own.
How about the evolution of the market economy in the Southern Colonies? My contention is that prior to the revolutionary war the economic modalities, especially in the Southern Colonies, could best be described as agrarian pre-capital.
It's probably a common topic in high school/college classes, but you could always talk about the drinking age. 18-21 year-olds drink just as frequently as adults. The drinking age being 21 has done absolutely nothing to curb teenage drinking. Instead of promoting a healthy atmosphere about alcohol, the government forces it into secrecy. The current law is more detrimental than beneficial to society and needlessly gives people criminal records.