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What is the best comic strip of these choices?
here are the 10 choices and the reasons why

1.Calvin and Hobbes -why? think about it. Calvin and Hobbes. PERFECT. Bill Watterson-Genius. you know the story where calvin keeps getting bigger and how watterson wisely chickened out. that was his wiset decision besides choosing not to merchandise calvin and hobbes. if he hadn't chickened out calvin and hobbes would have been perfect-with the exception of that story.

2.Foxtrot- this is just hilarious and smart

3. Peanuts-a classic. besides, it's easy to get hooked

4. Zits- FUNNY!

5. The Far Side- very funny gag cartoons

6. Garfield (when it was funny)- garfield used to be hilarious. but know, all jim davis cares about is money.

7.F-minus- i dont know how popular this is. i know its in the seattle pi. its pretty darn funny.

8. Poncho- another not so popular comic strip. it is also in the seattle pi

9. The Simpsons Comics- definetly not as funny as the show, but still funny.

10. Other (name your choice)- there are other great comics
Gotta love Calvin and Hobbes. that one is a classic. Otherwise I really like foxtrot. Jason reminds me of my bro.

I also really like Dilbert and Rhymes with Orange.
Would you like to read a part from my book?
Facts about the book:
About the book -the book is science-fiction - this the first part of the third chapter
- the first chapter introduces two main characters - the protagonist and his friend - the friend is a beautiful girl who seems to have finally developed feelings for the protagonist - she is very significant to the story
-the second chapter introduces a minor character - the best friend of the protagonist - he is fairly significant to the story
thr third chapter intoduces the last main character - a woman in her mid-twenties - she is very significant to the story
- a prologue will be added
About the protagonist:
- he over-analyzes any situation - for instance, from the first chapter I create a situation on whether the main character shoud smile to a gril or not
- he is seventeen years old in high school - the reader discovers this fact in the second chapter
- he is sexually attracted to the girl "friend" but he does not have any emotional sentiments toward her - second chapter

I have written three full length chapters - the fourth chapter starts the science -fiction sequence of the story - I am too excited about my book that I stopped being hesitant whether I shoukd distribte my work on the internet (small sense of paranoia - someone might steal my book)

I intentionally make the description of the actual sunrise "choppy" (as others may call it) in order to bring the reader to into a fast-paced state of euphoria.

What did he mean by prepare myself? Was something so horrifying or so eventful foreshadowed in his nerve-wrecked mind? The teenage years of life may be dramatic, suspenseful, delightful, insightful, sorrowful, and even complete madness; though, I believe I am able to handle for what I am to prepare for. The preparations do not need to be set. Although Naila is known for her unusual sense of fun and entertainment, her antics would not go as far as ruining the relationship we have. Our friendship is not as pure and cornelian as one would see in the cartoon stories broadcasted through television. The fantasy of a perfect friendship would be, in my opinion, boring. The eccentricities and peculiarities of the entity are beautiful, woven to become precious silk as the years pass by. Our amity, our peace, is strong enough to reject the outside troubles of the world.
As the refutation of a common world provided us with further developments in our relationship, a diverse world had completely pulled us apart. This was the beginning. This was the end. This part was the complete madness of my teenage years.
For countless summers I would wake up at three-thirty a.m. every Sunday. The Sunday mornings were the mothers of a pure sunrise; the greatest and most beautiful of all other daybreaks.
Today was yet another Sunday. My alarm clock scratched at my eardrums, begging me to put it out of its misery. Of course, I was compelled to fulfill its request and I switched off the alarm with the touch of a finger. My eyes, now used to the morning air and the blackness of a grand night, stared along the east of the horizon. I sat on the same concrete bench located at the far left-side of the city park. The weather was perfect for watching a sunrise. A warm air stood still. The breeze waited for the first light. It was four a.m. - the time of eternal flutter.
The sign for the birth of a sunrise emanated from the upper limb of sun on the skyline. The green flash, a phenomenon I have witnessed only twice before, shot a ray into the heavens. It was exquisite beauty at its best. Today is a special day, I thought. The green flash allowed me to enjoy its existence for only but a few seconds – I was satisfied with its generosity.
As the green flash disappeared into the horizon, the sun began to rise. Light swallowed me as the sun continued to climb. Enhanced colors of red and orange erased the blackness of dawn. Stars were no longer visible above the sun. My nagging worries began to fade with the stillness of night. Goosebumps crept up my arms, sending shivers down my spine. I was experiencing enlightenment. A sharp tingling brought itself from my feet to the nerve endings on my head. I was experiencing clarity. The wind suddenly saw that it was time to move forward. A gush of wind found the right side of my face. Wake up, it said. I was experiencing lucidity. I understood the meaning of my life for approximately a second. The second forced me to understand that today was special. That making a presumption that a day is special does not mean it is. Today is special, I repeated.
“Beautiful isn’t it?” a voice broke my wondrous pondering.
I whipped my head to face the source of the sound. Sitting on the right side of the bench was a woman; a woman whose face competed with the loveliness of the sky ahead. When was she there? How did she get to sit herself on the bench without me noticing? Was I really too mesmerized by the sunrise that I couldn’t sense her presence?
It sounds interesting, I have to admit. Your syle of writing seems like an adult novel -- is that so? I think people would read your story.
Would you continue to read my book?
Facts about the book:
About the book -the book is science-fiction - this the first part of the third chapter
- the first chapter introduces two main characters - the protagonist and his friend - the friend is a beautiful girl who seems to have finally developed feelings for the protagonist - she is very significant to the story
-the second chapter introduces a minor character - the best friend of the protagonist - he is fairly significant to the story
thr third chapter intoduces the last main character - a woman in her mid-twenties - she is very significant to the story
- a prologue will be added
About the protagonist:
- he over-analyzes any situation - for instance, from the first chapter I create a situation on whether the main character shoud smile to a gril or not
- he is seventeen years old in high school - the reader discovers this fact in the second chapter
- he is sexually attracted to the girl "friend" but he does not have any emotional sentiments toward her - second chapter

I have written three full length chapters - the fourth chapter starts the science -fiction sequence of the story - I am too excited about my book that I stopped being hesitant whether I shoukd distribte my work on the internet (small sense of paranoia - someone might steal my book)

I intentionally make the description of the actual sunrise "choppy" (as others may call it) in order to bring the reader to into a fast-paced state of euphoria.

What did he mean by prepare myself? Was something so horrifying or so eventful foreshadowed in his nerve-wrecked mind? The teenage years of life may be dramatic, suspenseful, delightful, insightful, sorrowful, and even complete madness; though, I believe I am able to handle for what I am to prepare for. The preparations do not need to be set. Although Naila is known for her unusual sense of fun and entertainment, her antics would not go as far as ruining the relationship we have. Our friendship is not as pure and cornelian as one would see in the cartoon stories broadcasted through television. The fantasy of a perfect friendship would be, in my opinion, boring. The eccentricities and peculiarities of the entity are beautiful, woven to become precious silk as the years pass by. Our amity, our peace, is strong enough to reject the outside troubles of the world.
As the refutation of a common world provided us with further developments in our relationship, a diverse world had completely pulled us apart. This was the beginning. This was the end. This part was the complete madness of my teenage years.
For countless summers I would wake up at three-thirty a.m. every Sunday. The Sunday mornings were the mothers of a pure sunrise; the greatest and most beautiful of all other daybreaks.
Today was yet another Sunday. My alarm clock scratched at my eardrums, begging me to put it out of its misery. Of course, I was compelled to fulfill its request and I switched off the alarm with the touch of a finger. My eyes, now used to the morning air and the blackness of a grand night, stared along the east of the horizon. I sat on the same concrete bench located at the far left-side of the city park. The weather was perfect for watching a sunrise. A warm air stood still. The breeze waited for the first light. It was four a.m. - the time of eternal flutter.
The sign for the birth of a sunrise emanated from the upper limb of sun on the skyline. The green flash, a phenomenon I have witnessed only twice before, shot a ray into the heavens. It was exquisite beauty at its best. Today is a special day, I thought. The green flash allowed me to enjoy its existence for only but a few seconds – I was satisfied with its generosity.
As the green flash disappeared into the horizon, the sun began to rise. Light swallowed me as the sun continued to climb. Enhanced colors of red and orange erased the blackness of dawn. Stars were no longer visible above the sun. My nagging worries began to fade with the stillness of night. Goosebumps crept up my arms, sending shivers down my spine. I was experiencing enlightenment. A sharp tingling brought itself from my feet to the nerve endings on my head. I was experiencing clarity. The wind suddenly saw that it was time to move forward. A gush of wind found the right side of my face. Wake up, it said. I was experiencing lucidity. I understood the meaning of my life for approximately a second. The second forced me to understand that today was special. That making a presumption that a day is special does not mean it is. Today is special, I repeated.
“Beautiful isn’t it?” a voice broke my wondrous pondering.
I whipped my head to face the source of the sound. Sitting on the right side of the bench was a woman; a woman whose face competed with the loveliness of the sky ahead. When was she there? How did she get to sit herself on the bench without me noticing? Was I really too mesmerized by the sunrise that I couldn’t sense her presence?
For god's sake, put the thesaurus down. Big words are not a substitute for plot or substance.

As Nathaniel Hawthorne worte, "easy reading is hard writing."

This is not easy reading. It is like struggling through a swamp of superfluous words. Pick up any best seller- would you find the word 'cornelian'? (not in the dictionary but trust is placed in your vocabulary) No. For a good novel, simple and direct is better.

Work on characters vs stereotypes, description vs meaningless adjective.

There is potential here, but think of the reader, not just what you want to portray. Flesh out characters. Focus on plot.
Would you continue reading my book?
Facts about the book:
About the book -the book is science-fiction - this is the third chapter-
- the first chapter introduces two main characters - the protagonist and his friend - the friend is a beautiful girl who seems to have finally developed feelings for the protagonist - she is very significant to the story
-the second chapter introduces a minor character - the best friend of the protagonist - he is fairly significant to the story
thr third chapter intoduces the last main character - a woman in her mid-twenties - she is very significant to the story
- a prologue will be added
About the protagonist:
- he over-analyzes any situation - for instance, from the first chapter I create a situation on whether the main character shoud smile to a gril or not
- he is seventeen years old in high school - the reader discovers this fact in the second chapter
- he is sexually attracted to the girl "friend" but he does not have any emotional sentiments toward her - second chapter

I have written three full length chapters - the fourth chapter starts the science -fiction sequence of the story - I am too excited about my book that I stopped being hesitant whether I shoukd distribte my work on the internet (small sense of paranoia - someone might steal my book)

I intentionally make the description of the actual sunrise "choppy" (as others may call it) in order to bring the reader to into a fast-paced state of euphoria.

What did he mean by prepare myself? Was something so horrifying or so eventful foreshadowed in his nerve-wrecked mind? The teenage years of life may be dramatic, suspenseful, delightful, insightful, sorrowful, and even complete madness; though, I believe I am able to handle for what I am to prepare for. The preparations do not need to be set. Although Naila is known for her unusual sense of fun and entertainment, her antics would not go as far as ruining the relationship we have. Our friendship is not as pure and cornelian as one would see in the cartoon stories broadcasted through television. The fantasy of a perfect friendship would be, in my opinion, boring. The eccentricities and peculiarities of the entity are beautiful, woven to become precious silk as the years pass by. Our amity, our peace, is strong enough to reject the outside troubles of the world.
As the refutation of a common world provided us with further developments in our relationship, a diverse world had completely pulled us apart. This was the beginning. This was the end. This part was the complete madness of my teenage years.
For countless summers I would wake up at three-thirty a.m. every Sunday. The Sunday mornings were the mothers of a pure sunrise; the greatest and most beautiful of all other daybreaks.
Today was yet another Sunday. My alarm clock scratched at my eardrums, begging me to put it out of its misery. Of course, I was compelled to fulfill its request and I switched off the alarm with the touch of a finger. My eyes, now used to the morning air and the blackness of a grand night, stared along the east of the horizon. I sat on the same concrete bench located at the far left-side of the city park. The weather was perfect for watching a sunrise. A warm air stood still. The breeze waited for the first light. It was four a.m. - the time of eternal flutter.
The sign for the birth of a sunrise emanated from the upper limb of sun on the skyline. The green flash, a phenomenon I have witnessed only twice before, shot a ray into the heavens. It was exquisite beauty at its best. Today is a special day, I thought. The green flash allowed me to enjoy its existence for only but a few seconds – I was satisfied with its generosity.
As the green flash disappeared into the horizon, the sun began to rise. Light swallowed me as the sun continued to climb. Enhanced colors of red and orange erased the blackness of dawn. Stars were no longer visible above the sun. My nagging worries began to fade with the stillness of night. Goosebumps crept up my arms, sending shivers down my spine. I was experiencing enlightenment. A sharp tingling brought itself from my feet to the nerve endings on my head. I was experiencing clarity. The wind suddenly saw that it was time to move forward. A gush of wind found the right side of my face. Wake up, it said. I was experiencing lucidity. I understood the meaning of my life for approximately a second. The second forced me to understand that today was special. That making a presumption that a day is special does not mean it is. Today is special, I repeated.
“Beautiful isn’t it?” a voice broke my wondrous pondering.
I whipped my head to face the source of the sound. Sitting on the right side of the bench was a woman; a woman whose face competed with the loveliness of the sky ahead. When was she there? How did she get to sit herself on the bench without me noticing? Was I really too mesmerized by the sunrise that I couldn’t sense her presence?
The woman had short orange hair. It glist
No, less blow by blow description more action, make something happen.
Please tell me what you think about my novel's intro!?
Heres a prelude sort of section to my book. This is just at the beginning and it leads up to the story. Theyre in high school and they end up falling in love.
Tell me what you think so far with my thought process and whether or not i should stay with the 3rd person or use one of their points of view to tell the story or switch point of views between the boy and girl. :) Thanks!!


They say some people come into our lives and we immediately know they will mean something to us. That’s how it was with Grace and Danny. When they saw each other, they meshed together right away and neither could imagine life without the other as a best friend. Yes, it sounds cheesy. But that’s just how it felt; like they had always known each other.
Starting in second grade on the first day of class when Grace asked Danny if she could borrow his green crayon, her favorite color, they were practically joined at the hip. They sat side by side in class, played on the playground, and within a few months their parents started scheduling weekend visits. Their extra playtime was spent coloring, playing in the yard, and watching cartoons together on rainy days. He spent every weekend wrapped up in a sleeping bag next to her on her living room floor with a tub of popcorn-compliments to her mom- in between them as they watched their favorite Disney movies until they fell asleep. As they grew older, the coloring turned into homework. Playing in the yard turned into going to high school sports events her dad coached or building their fort in the woods just outside her unfenced yard. Their tradition of watching cartoons on rainy days remained unchanged. When they both started junior high, despite how much he liked Danny, Grace’s dad decided she was too old to continue the weekend sleepovers with a boy. Instead, their fathers took Danny on weekend fishing trips, hunting trips and football games while their mothers took Grace to nail salons, country club swimming pools, and shopping expeditions.
Danny joined the school football team; Grace joined volleyball. Danny began to make friends with his teammates and basked in the attention he started to receive from girls; Grace made friends with her teammates as well, opening the door for gossiping and, of course, more shopping. She quit the team after the first year, but stayed on good terms with nearly all the new friends she made. The next year she joined choir but only stayed with that for a semester before deciding that it wasn’t her thing either. With constant pressure from his dad, Danny stayed true to football. Not only did he hate to think of letting his dad down, he really liked football. It would’ve been nice to have a say about what he chose to be involved in. But, hey, what could he do?
Through it all, they remained best friends. Junior high seemed to fly by and high school was right around the corner.
Hi. I'd suggest you write the book first. Famous authors weren't thinking of publishing them only after they finished their books. Write with your heart and write for yourself. Don't turn your book into something commericial. When you already have something tangible, that's the time that you consider publishing it and sharing it to the world. :)

A huge part of what you can do is simply apply yourself to learning the craft of writing. But you also have think about practical issues, like where to go for college and what kind of job to get while you're waiting for those novel contracts. How you handle these practical issues will be unique to your situation and talents, but here are some tips to help you chart a course toward being a successful (and financially solvent) writer.

But so far, the story looks promising. Keep it up :)
Can u write a survey for me age 8-15 appropriote please?
i have this so far
1.How many weeks in a year?
2.How many states in the U.S.?
3.The term "PC" means?
4.What is the chemical equation for water?
5.Capital of California?
6.Power of light bulbs is measured in?
7.How often does the summer olympics occur?
8.What contenent is Canada part of
9.Whats the legal age to drink alcohol?
10.What planet is closest to the sun?
11.Do you have any pets?
12.What color shirt are you wearing?
13.Name three things that are physically close to you:
14.What is the last book you read?
15.Are you or were you a good student?
16.What's your favorite sport?
17.Do you enjoy sleeping late?
18.What's the weather like right now?
19.Who tells the best jokes?
20.What was the last thing you dreamed about?
21.Do you drive? If so, have you ever crashed?
22.Do you believe in karma?
23.Do you believe in luck?
24.Do you like your eggs scrambled or sunny side up?
25.Do you collect anything? If so, what?
26.Are you proud of yourself?
27.Are you reliable?
28.Have you ever given money to a hobo?
29.What's your favorite food?
30.Have you ever had a secret admirer?
31.Do you like the smell of gasoline?
32.Do like to draw?
33.What's your favorite invention?
34.Is your room messy?
35.What do you like better: oranges or apples?
36.Do you give in easily?
37.Are you a good guesser?
38.Can you read other people's expressions?
39.Are you a bully?
40.Do you have a job?
41.What time did you wake up this morning?
42.What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
43.When was the last time you showered?
44.What do you plan on doing tomorrow?
45.What's your favorite day of the week and why?
46.Do you have any nicknames?
47.Have you ever been scuba diving?
48.What's your least favorite color?
49.Is there someone you have been constantly thinking about? If yes, who?
50.Would you ever go skydiving?
51.What toothpaste do you use?
52.Do you enjoy challenges?
53.What's the worst injury you have had?
54.What's the last movie you saw?
55.What do you want to know about the future?
56.What does your last text message say?
57.Who was the last person you spoke over the phone to?
58.What's your favorite school subject?
59.What's your least favorite school subject?
60.Would you rather have money or love?
61.What is your dream vacation?
62.What is your favorite animal?
63.Do you miss anyone right now?
64.What's the last sporting event you watched?
65.Do you need to do laundry?
66.Do you listen to the radio?
67.Where were you when 9/11 happened?
68.What do you do when vending machines steal your money?
69.Have you ever caught a butterfly?
70.What color are your bed sheets?
71.What's your ringtone?
72.Who was the last person to make you laugh?
73.Do you have any obsessions right now?
74.Do you like things that glow in the dark?
75.What's your favorite fruity scent?
76.Do you watch cartoons?
77.Have you ever sat on a roof?
78.Have you ever been to a different country?
79.Name three things in the world you dislike:
80.Name three people in the world you dislike:
81.Has a rumor even been spread about you?
82.Do you like sushi?
83.Do you believe in magic?
84.Do you like Starbucks?
85.you had the choice of going back in time to or go forward in time to see the future, which would you choose?
86.Have you ever faked sick?
87.What was the last lie you said?
88.Have you ever cried during a movie?
89.Have you ever danced in the rain?
90.What is your full name?
91.What is your favorite sport to play?
92.Have you ever made a prank phone call?
93.What's your favorite memory?
94.Is there anything that you have done that you regret?
95.What do you want to be when you grow up?
96.Do you believe in karma?
97.What are you afraid of?
98.What is your greatest strength?
99.What is your greatest weakness
100.What is your perfect pizza?
101.What is your first thought when waking up in the morning?
102.What is your first thought before you go to bed?
103.Do you play any instruments?
104.What kind of music do you like?
105.Have you ever seen a dead body in real live in front of you?
106.What is one thing scientists should invent?
107.Have you ever broken a bone?
108.If yo you could change your name, what would you change it to?
109.If you could go back in time to one point in your life, where would you go
110.If you could change anything about yourself, what would you change?
111.Have you ever bitten someone?
112.When's your birthday?
113.Do you make wishes on shooting stars?
114.Whats the most you've ever eaten?
115.If you could go back and change one day, what would it be?
116.Do you remember your dreams?
117.Are you a morning person or a night person?
118.Have you ever had a nightmare?
119.Have you ever laughed so hard you peed in your pants?
120.Do you have any hidden talents?
121.Do you usuall
1. 52
2. 50
3. Politically Correct
4. H20
5. Sacramento
6. Watts
7. I think every 4 years, Dont know really
8. North America
9. 21 in the U.S. 18 in mexico, in Germany if you can see over the bar (:
10. I think Mercury
11. Yes, in my apartment I have an assortment of Fish and in my house I have two dogs.
12. Black
13. My Fiance, My Poodles, My family. Although if interperted literally: my 9mm Taurus PT 111 Pro, My laptop, My bed
14. David Weber's War Of Honor
15. Yes, I am a good student.
16. Skeet Shooting
17. Yes
18. Dark and Hot
19. I do
20. Not appropriate
21. Yes and technically no. I have lightly bumped two people's cars but have left no mark and it was not worth reporting in both instances.
22. Nope
23. I believe in probability
24. Scrambled
25. Ammo
26. Yes
27. Yes
28. Yes
29. Pizza
30. Yes
31. No
32. I will doodle
33. Computer
34. Yes
35. Oranges
36. not sure
37. Maybe
38. Yes
39. No
40. Yes
41. 9:00 Am
42. Pop Tarts
43. Today
44. Watch Tv, play internet, Work and come back home
45. Monday, I get to spend a whole day with my fiance
46. Yes
47. Yes
48. Not sure
49. My Fiance
50. Maybe
51. Crest, the cinnemon kind
52. Eh, I enjoy easy
53. I had stitches on my forhead when I was very young. Although I did break my leg, and again I did shred my leg beyond stichability on my leg so i dunno.
54. Scary Movie IV
55. What will happen with Humanity
56. Love u bug
57. My Fiance
58. History
59.Math or Spanish
60.love
61. My Cruise Wedding this next summer
62. Dog
63. Yes
64.Skeet
65. Nah
66. Yes
67. At school
68. Get mad and leave a sticky note on it for my boss
69. Maybe
70. Red
71. Att.MP3
72.My soon to be mother in law
73. Yes, firearms
74. They are okay
75. Strawberry
76. Yes
77.Yes
78.Yes
79. ED Commercials, Poverty, Crazy people
80. Bush, Palin, Tom Delay
81. Yes
82. No
83.No
84. Yes
85.forward
86. yes
87.dont remember
88. maybe
89. yea
90. I refuse to answer that on a internet forum
91. Skeet
92. Maybe
93. eh
94. dunno
95. Lawyer
96. Once again, NO
97. cockroaches
98. dunno
99. dunno
100. Pepperoni
101. Who the hell is calling me
102. eh
103. Yes
104. Rock and Roll
105. No
106. Cure for old age
107. yes
108. ...
109. I wouldent. To scared to change the present
110. nothing
111. Maybe
112. refuse to answer on internet
113. yea
114. Like 3 meals, entre and desert on a cruise ship. (about 8 lbs of food)
115. One of my class exams
116. Yes
117. Night
118. Yes
119. no
120. If I did they wouldent be hidden would they
121. ?

You better give me best answer for this.
What is the name of this cartoon!?
i watched it when i was younger, and i can NOT remember the name

it's sort of japanese cartoon styled. the main character is a woman but she dresses as a guy during the day. but when she's a woman she's all kickass in the leather suite and jumps really far and high and is love with this dude that can turn into a werewolf, but when she dresses as a guy, she is best firends with him without him knowing

and she has a black panther by her side that use to be a human and her brother

WHAT IS THIS CALLEd?!
I believe that it's this.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z22seoMxg…
What should be done about affirmative action?
just recently saw this political cartoon and it got me thinking

www.amptoons.com/blog/archives/20…

I was just curious as to what people's feelings were about the above cartoon. Obviously, they've taken a rather complex issue and simplified it in order to get a point across, but often times that's quite an effective method. And, for the sake of discussion, lets ignore that it uses the term "reverse racism", which doesn't even make any sense, since racism is racism is racism.

Personally, I think the cartoon does raise some questions about black and white equality in the United States. I think it's safe to say that the vast majority of Americans, no matter what political stripe they are, want a truly equal country where the color of one's skin doesn't factor in to one's ability to succeed or get a higher education or land a good job. Obviously, this is still not the case. There are still racist people in this country who prefer one race over the other and we have programs in place that give benefits to one race over another.

There appear to be two 'main' camps in how to best achieve full on racial equality in this country.

The first camp is generally the liberal side of things. The cartoon above kind of illustrates the views of this camp. It argues that white people got a huge 'head start' and a lot of (involuntary) help by exploiting black people. An analogy I'll use from now on is (coincidentally enough) a track race. It argues that white people got a five minute head start ahead of the black guy, so if we want true equality, the black guy should be given advantages now to make up for that five minute gap. They may be running at the same pace now, but that doesn't make up for the head start the white guy got in the first place. Running at an equal pace, white people will always be five minutes ahead.

The other camp is generally the more conservative of the two. They argue that true equality can never occur as long as race even plays a factor any longer or if one race is given an advantage over another (such as affirmative action). Such practices, they argue, only serve to further racism in this country rather than reach any sort of even standing between the two races. The argument is fair and it makes sense, this camp is correct that for the races to be equal, they must be treated equal. It's an obvious conclusion.

However, there are flaws with both camps.

The conservative camp does not take into account that "five minute head start". Even if our laws were completely color blind and both runners were on an equal pace, the black runner will not catch up to the white runner and the two will never be running side by side. Of course, an argument can be made that black people will just need to work an extra bit harder in order to make up for that gap. But this ignores that in these modern times, black people don't have access to the massive advantages that white people did in the past, namely subjugating and enslaving another race to do their bidding. They can't declare Asians as their slaves and use their hard labor to build up massive family wealth and long lasting government influence, for example. The 'five minute advantage' white people got is no longer available.

The liberal side, however, has no real way of judging when the two runners are finally running side by side. They offer programs and social projects to help narrow the gap between the two runners, but they don't have any plan for an 'off switch' for these programs. When can they say "Okay, now we have full racial equality, let's get rid of all the programs and the entire mindset that give the minority race an advantage in catching up?" In addition, these programs in place don't necessarily ensure that once the two races are running side by side that it will remain that way. In fact, they could be serving just the opposite. An argument could be made that these programs are the equivalent of giving the black runner a motorcycle to make up for the five minute gap. Once the black runner is even with the white runner and he gets off the motorcycle, will he still be able to run at the same pace? The black runner now has less exercise under his belt due to the motorcycle and now may find it difficult to keep pace with the white runner without the aid of the motorcycle.

So, what are people's feelings on the cartoon? Do you find my assessment of the two 'camps' to be accurate? Are there other mainstream camps that I'm completely missing? Are there ways to take the positive of both camps and create a camp that may serve our purposes better?

also i thought affirmative action also helped women, particularly white women and doesnt it help other ethnic minorities why is it always potrayed as a black thing, and another t
It should be abolish.

DTG
What to do about affirmative action?
just recently saw this political cartoon and it got me thinking

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I was just curious as to what people's feelings were about the above cartoon. Obviously, they've taken a rather complex issue and simplified it in order to get a point across, but often times that's quite an effective method. And, for the sake of discussion, lets ignore that it uses the term "reverse racism", which doesn't even make any sense, since racism is racism is racism.

Personally, I think the cartoon does raise some questions about black and white equality in the United States. I think it's safe to say that the vast majority of Americans, no matter what political stripe they are, want a truly equal country where the color of one's skin doesn't factor in to one's ability to succeed or get a higher education or land a good job. Obviously, this is still not the case. There are still racist people in this country who prefer one race over the other and we have programs in place that give benefits to one race over another.

There appear to be two 'main' camps in how to best achieve full on racial equality in this country.

The first camp is generally the liberal side of things. The cartoon above kind of illustrates the views of this camp. It argues that white people got a huge 'head start' and a lot of (involuntary) help by exploiting black people. An analogy I'll use from now on is (coincidentally enough) a track race. It argues that white people got a five minute head start ahead of the black guy, so if we want true equality, the black guy should be given advantages now to make up for that five minute gap. They may be running at the same pace now, but that doesn't make up for the head start the white guy got in the first place. Running at an equal pace, white people will always be five minutes ahead.

The other camp is generally the more conservative of the two. They argue that true equality can never occur as long as race even plays a factor any longer or if one race is given an advantage over another (such as affirmative action). Such practices, they argue, only serve to further racism in this country rather than reach any sort of even standing between the two races. The argument is fair and it makes sense, this camp is correct that for the races to be equal, they must be treated equal. It's an obvious conclusion.

However, there are flaws with both camps.

The conservative camp does not take into account that "five minute head start". Even if our laws were completely color blind and both runners were on an equal pace, the black runner will not catch up to the white runner and the two will never be running side by side. Of course, an argument can be made that black people will just need to work an extra bit harder in order to make up for that gap. But this ignores that in these modern times, black people don't have access to the massive advantages that white people did in the past, namely subjugating and enslaving another race to do their bidding. They can't declare Asians as their slaves and use their hard labor to build up massive family wealth and long lasting government influence, for example. The 'five minute advantage' white people got is no longer available.

The liberal side, however, has no real way of judging when the two runners are finally running side by side. They offer programs and social projects to help narrow the gap between the two runners, but they don't have any plan for an 'off switch' for these programs. When can they say "Okay, now we have full racial equality, let's get rid of all the programs and the entire mindset that give the minority race an advantage in catching up?" In addition, these programs in place don't necessarily ensure that once the two races are running side by side that it will remain that way. In fact, they could be serving just the opposite. An argument could be made that these programs are the equivalent of giving the black runner a motorcycle to make up for the five minute gap. Once the black runner is even with the white runner and he gets off the motorcycle, will he still be able to run at the same pace? The black runner now has less exercise under his belt due to the motorcycle and now may find it difficult to keep pace with the white runner without the aid of the motorcycle.

So, what are people's feelings on the cartoon? Do you find my assessment of the two 'camps' to be accurate? Are there other mainstream camps that I'm completely missing? Are there ways to take the positive of both camps and create a camp that may serve our purposes better?
I think your analysis is really good.


The conservative camp is just living in a make believe land if they don't think there is still a great disparity in hiring practices in the United States. But conservatives in general aren't always big on reality.
Please review my personal statement for college application and rate it and review it. i'm going to sleep now.?
At the age of 11, I found myself in a new school, in a new city, with new, more affluent students so different from what I was accustomed to. It was the beginning of a new phase of my life. For the past 11 years, I had lived a naïve, relatively protected life in a small West African town and it was not just a fish-out-of-water experience for me. I suppose it would do more justice to call it a fish-in-space experience. The first problem was that I was joining a class of 14-year olds when I was 11. I was bullied, teased, and ostracized for my diminutiveness and lack of ‘city sophistication’. That experience was the beginning of an awakening for me. The next four years would be the hardest but most exhilarating of my life so far, years which I struggled with myself and my peers, with my morals and my intrepidity, with my convictions and my uncertainties.

If I had to define myself in the fewest words possible, I would choose deliberate, tough and nuanced. I’d be the first to acknowledge that this combination does not always work out for the best; however, these three most important traits are what define me. First of all, being a thinking person is a big part of the puzzle when it comes to painting my portrait. I am a logical, discerning person, almost to a fault. This attribute comes in useful most of the time, sometimes not. Being a thinker enables me to project the consequences of prospective decisions and to evaluate the upside or downside of making those decisions. Because of that ability, which was honed through years of irresponsible decision-making which landed me deeper in the ditch, I have been able to avoid most mistakes that I would be expected to make as a young person, mistakes that my friends and contemporaries made, some impossible to rectify. Whenever I am in a tough spot, the first thing I do is pause. I just think. I just stand there and go over my problem deliberately. Every time I’ve done this, I’ve always come off the better for it.

In addition, one of the traits which I consider an asset is that I am a very strong-minded individual. My high school experience taught me to let all sorts of psychological warfare to fly over my head. At first, it wasn’t easy. I was easily broken. The taunts of classmates rang and reverberated deep inside my innocent soul. I remember an incident when it was discovered that I had no knowledge of a popular cartoon series. While it didn’t seem like much to me, it caused uproar about my lack of exposure to contemporary culture. Wave after wave of ridicule surrounded me and I thought I would never survive. Risible as it has come to seem now, a continual onslaught of this kind of mockery can have a debilitating effect on a guy’s psyche. I believe that experience was a lesson assigned to me by fate so that I could develop the fortitude to withstand bigger challenges. And now, I am most grateful for that lesson. This is because, if I hadn’t learned it as an 11-year old, who knows if I might have to learn it as a 21 or 31 or 51-year old when it would be too late?

The last piece of the puzzle would be my nuanced nature. I realize that this is an attribute most people would find hard to qualify. However, just like the word itself, its application in my life is quite flexible. I acquired this skill as a way of dealing with people. Because of the volatile nature of my relationships with my peers at my new school, it was of the utmost importance to have a double-sided method of dealing with them. Sometimes, I had to project an image of aggression; simultaneously I had to seem non-aggravating. It was important to be able to talk through the side of my mouth, to be unequivocal and ambiguous in my statements, not so much to be deceptive but more to be able to send the right message and to concurrently have the option of back-pedaling when I needed to. Amorphous as the meaning of this attribute seems, it proved quite helpful in setting the tone with people.

In conclusion, I believe that transferring to that new school will always be the most defining experience of my life. The ensuing battle to assimilate and be accepted shaped my persona and my world outlook. The three aforementioned qualities were the spoils of that battle and I am the better for it.
I answered this question and they must have deleted it when they went on their coffee break...Jeez...all that work. OK basically: make the
last paragraph stronger.. Take the first sentence of the 2nd paragraph and put it into the conclusion paragraph. Delete the 2nd sentence of the
2nd paragraph as it is wordy and unnecessarily repetitious. ( delete " sometimes not ...why open doors of possibility which you don't explore?)
Also, deeper in the ditch? what ditch.... I would say " deeper in the ditch of my own folly. ..psychological warfare fly ( don't need to). . I would work in the idea that you can be subtle.. I wasn't sure about the side of the mouth bit sounds like talking with forked tongue? but being unequivocal and ambiguous at the same time with my statements, not so much to be deceptive but more to be able to send the right message ( what makes it right? that it is received in a way that defuses anxiety or anger? Amorphous as the meaning of this attribute, it has proven to be quite helpful in setting the tone in potentially stressful situations. ( you don't want to seem like a b.ser so I would be careful with this paragraph although you have put in several caveats. Try looking up some of the synonyms for nuance and work them in maybe? Your call.

I would also start the first sentence..a new country, a new city, a new school with unfamiliar, more affluent students...because this shows a progression from large to small like if you were zooming in on a Google map. It lends credibility to your claim of being logical to a fault ( don't use this phrase unless you are able to defend it in the oral interview) unless you want to claim geekdom, geekness, geekitity?

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