okay so in bio we got this case study/screenplay about the ethics of bananas
and apparently u.s. sellers only grew these kind called Gros Michel
but then this disease pretty much decimated all of the plants
so then they introduced the Cavendish banana, which is the kind you buy today
but apparently it’s way worse than the Michel, which was sweeter and stuff
obviously i wanna try one of these unattainable, delicious bananas
so i found this site all about bananas
and it’s basically this huge banana forum where you can buy and sell bananas, talk about bananas, post pictures of your bananas, etc.
but then i exceeded the limit of posts you could view without registering
and that’s why i’m a member of Bananas.org
Zeus: SO MUCH. Quick example though, here’s one thing: I’d like to see more women in power. I find it insane how few women are in key positions worldwide, particularly in my home country. The number of women in politics is absurd; out of 650 less than 150 are female. And I just think it would change the world so much, bring in so many different perspectives; we’re paying so little attention to half our population; their ideas could change (and have changed) the world!
Hera: I’m very much open to getting married or having wee uns, but I think it’s very much tied in to the relationship I’m in. As an individual I currently have no strong feelings about marriage; I think it’s a nice romantic thing to do, plus obviously there’s the whole massive party and gift things (that’s what I’m imagining about mine anyway) and there are tax/inheritance reasons, but honestly, I could take it or leave it. As to children, I think I’d like to have children in my life at an older age, but as I only have one brother and am not close to cousins I might have to get some myself! It’s a distinct possibility, but not one in the near future. However, my aunt and uncle never had kids, are very happy and I like the sound of living their life, plus getting the benefit of nieces and nephews.
Aphrodite: Passionate, mysterious and kind. Those are my top three. I want someone with different experiences but shared interests, who’s willing to argue with me but listen to me too, who is kind but doesn’t let himself be pushed over.
Hephaestus: If I could immediately learn any skill it would be to focus my mind for long periods of time. My mind wanders so much. I can never just sit down and write an essay; it is a lengthy drawn out process with me, and basically achieving any large thing in my life requires a lot of time for me: work interspersed with rest, and enjoyment to counteract my work, and socialising… I wish I could just sit down, write for eight hours and get something done.
Hades: The first person who springs to mind is Margaret Thatcher, ideally when she was partway through her time in office. As the UK’s first, and to this date only, female Prime Minister, I admire her in that I appreciate getting to that position at that time must have been incredibly taxing and required a lot of hard work and dedication. To be a woman running one of the most powerful and influential countries in the world is an astounding thing. I both have a lot of admiration for, and a lot of problems with, what she did. She’s the most divisive figure I know in modern British history, and I’d like to get to know how she became the person she was.
thanks dude :D xx
This job application is incredibly in depth, and asks me to know information which I cannot find written anywhere. I assume it’s just an old application form but my goodness, I actually really hope they at least appreciate my valiant attempts because it is a darned confusing thing.