I do and do not agree with the statement “there are no such things as stupid questions” because myself personally does not ask questions because I am shy. This although doesn’t mean that I don’t think this statement is true. I’m just a very shy person when it comes to stuff like that.
I think this situation is a terrible thing to happen. A child has fallen into a pen at the zoo which contained a gorilla. I think this is 100% the mother’s fault. I know that some may say it is the zoo’s fault for having the exhibit open but it is the mother’s responsibility to make sure he is safe. If she was watching him or had him secured this would have never happened. Now a nearly extinct gorilla is dead.
This is a think and write Thursday. I think free write Fridays are better but this will have to do. I cannot wait for the school year to end. I’m sure it will be sad but I will be very happy to be stress free for 3 months. That is something I need.
“The greatest risk is the one never taken.” I do agree with this statement. People today are scardy cats and not many huge risks are taken. And I say that more risks should be taken. Risks were meant to be taken because they are risks for a reason.
In my culture and environment there are many things that symbolize a “rite of passage.” When you turn 13 you are officially a teenager. This shows that you should be mature enough to handle tasks proficiently. Once you turn 16 this allows you to finally drive and to get a job at most places. 18 is your first real step into adult hood where you usually have to pay for your own things, cook, and clean for yourself. The most important one I think would be when you turn 21. This entitles that you should be able to do most things for yourself and that you should be able to handle the responsibility of alcohol.
It was a very calm and peaceful day. Everything was going great, and people were happy. Then, a huge storm cloud started drifting above the town. Instantly, the people became angry and ran from the storm thinking of the horrible rain. Although, once it started they did not run. They sat and stared, and watched the fluffy marshmallows fall from the sky.
Free write Friday. I love technology. Technology is always improving. The amazing tasks it can do for us everyday is astonishing. Whether it is uploading a photo for others to see, or taking a picture of that priceless moment. Technology is here to stay and will only get better.