Most studies show that yes Americans do in fact eat too much meat. One article that I read stated that it not only is not good for us but also not good for the environment. We do not need to stop eating meat in
Great article Jack,
There is always too much that can be had of anything, and for Americans it is meat. There is always advertisements enticing citizens to buy their product of meat. The consumption of meat is something that needs to be worried about because there are studies that show how excessive meat consumption can cause a variety of problems in a people. I have an article that shows the problems of eating meat excessively that might interest you.
Jack, nice job with raising awareness. I agree that an influx of something is not that beneficial to us, and also to the environment. I liked how you were able to tie the topic of health to the environment. However, as humans, we require certain amino acids that only come from meat such as tryptophan, lysine, threonine, and others that we cannot consume from only eating a vegetarian diet. Nice topic and I liked the passion. Keep up the good work.
I think that this is a very revenant topic in the world today. I am also a senior in High School and going through the application process and seeing what college is the right one for me, cost is a very large part of deciding where to go. I think that you have a very strong topic and agree with what you have said above.
I think that movies and television shows have a large impact on society today. Studies have shown that people who watch movies or television for at least four hours in a week tend not to exercise so often. To
I agree with the fact that movies does influence our behavior because if you watch movie that you know you not suppose to watch then don’t watch it and if you know tv is going to make it hard for you to get off the couch and workout then stay away from it.
I am intrigued by your post Do what movies we watch influence our behavior? because I also believe that t.v. influences how we act. One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is the first sentence where you said television is a big impact on society. I think this sentence is true because when we watch t.v. it can change how we think of the world or see the world. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you had a good opinion.
I think you have found a very strong topic to look at. I looked at the part of the article where it talked about twins learning from each other. This is a very interesting topic and I really hope you find what you are looking for.
Thank you for finding a really good topic. I am excited to hear more on what you find.
This is a very good topic that you have addressed. I think that Americans should be able to carry around guns because if something bad were to happen and you had to react with a weapon you would then be able to stop that person quicker than the police.
I ho]pe you find the answers you are looking for,
I think that you have a very good topic where you could make a good argument and possibly get these fast foot restraints out of your neighborhood. I agree that the fast food companies are targeting populations of lower income so they can easily make a profit in that neighborhood. I think you have a very good topic, keep with it and I hope you do well.
Question: What would it be like to be an only child? I think that it would be hard but also kind of nice. You have no one to hang out with if all of your friends are busy. You have all of the chores of the house
growing up with siblings is always nice but may have its difficulties at times. you build certain relationships with your siblings, they help you grow as a person but throughout your family. The chores load would be a pain but that may also give you more freedom since you are the only child. these questions that you impose would be great to understand if you were a only child. in which I ask a question do you think that your personality would be different if you didn’t have any siblings? below I left a video of some personality traits of an only child and see if they may answer your questions.
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