Topics for Argument Paper

I don’t really know what I want to do for my paper yet. I need to think of a couple of ideas and see which ones I could find sources on. I also have to make sure that I teach my audience on this paper. Here’s some ideas:

 

1.  Should drinking beer or alcohol should be illegal?

2. Are test scores a good indication of a school’s competency?

3. Should students be allowed to grade their teachers?

4. Is video gaming good or bad?

 

What spooks me?

The only thing that actually scares me in a movie is when something pops out that I didn’t see coming. Usually I can predict when something is going to pop out but when I don’t I would consider it scary. Most people say they are scared of spiders and such, but rather I would say I just don’t like them.  Scary movies really aren’t scary to me anymore, only when I was smaller and younger. So nothing really spooks me that often, even when my friends try to pop out behind a wall or something I don’t even jump.

Complaining

I’m tired since i had to get up at 6:45 and go through my daily routine for school, which consists of taking a shower, eating breakfast, brushing my teeth and then packing up my stuff. This routine gets boring after doing for 180 plus days, but I can’t think of another way to get through my daily routine without it being boring. I’m just really sleepy and want to go back home and lay in my bed until like 10 then get up and go to school. ZZZ.Zzzzzzzz

The 99% versus the 1%

I believe that there is nothing wrong with being the one percent, in fact I think more people should strive to be the one percent. In my opinion, I picture the one percent as the people who have worked really hard to get where there at. But there are people in the 99% that are working hard and doing really well in their lives, they just didn’t hit the jackpot moneywise, but maybe their jackpot was in their family. Talking about marathons and ironmans, less than 1% of Americans do them. This is where the one percent should be complaining that the numbers should be reversed, and 99% of people should be getting outside and active more.

Social Media

Since “Social Media” can be such a broad topic, I’m going to narrow it down to one thing; Facebook. Facebook can be a place to spread rumors or to bully others. The other side could be it’s a great way to communicate with others. Facebook is taking over younger children’s lives by consuming their time with “Selfies”, or constant updates on their status.

A Survival Guide to a Zombie Apocalypse

If zombies were to attack us, I think it wouldn’t be that much of a deal. Our government could bring our army in and the could take care of it pretty quickly. If our army didn’t come in, then first i would go to a gun store.  I would try to get a shotgun and a sniper so i could take the zombies out from either long or close-range. Eventually, I think that the government would be able to control a big city and move any non-zombie people in the city for their own safety. I’m pretty sure that I could survive a zombie apocalypse.

Gun Control

I think that only in a couple aspects should gun control ever be limited, such as people who have gone to jail for shooting or something like that should not be able to own a gun. It doesn’t make any sense to try to take guns away from EVERYBODY when only a couple of idiots did something they weren’t supposed to. Besides, if no one was allowed to own guns, then a lot of people would have to change there eating ways. An example could be a hunter; a hunter survives on the animals that they shoot, so if they couldn’t use guns anymore then they would have a hard time trying to make a living. Guns don’t kill people, people kill people. If you don’t believe me, then go ahead, go yell at a gun and tell it to shoot someone. Obviously it won’t, so I believe that the only thing we should change is who can have the right to own a gun.