GMOs: Fixing America, One Problem at a Time

This essay is FOR genetically modified organisms; it received a score of 85%. GMOs are great because of its flexibility for low-income farmers and potential to mutate for biological necessities. I know that farmers who use Monsanto seeds may spray excessive amounts of RoundUp on their crops, which does harm consumers, but this is a problem that does not come directly from GMOs but from the effects of farming them. Also, not all GMOs have to cater pesticide resistance. Another fear organic enthusiasts have is crossbreeding between GMOs and organic plants. I think hybrids are actually helpful and necessary rather than harmful.
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Essays

I have been so busy with my English class and procrastinating that I don’t have much material to post right now. I am going to share my essays. So far, I have an essay on genetically modified organisms and slacktivism. Soon, I will have one about Westernization in Asia and another about McDonaldization.

The beginning of each essay post will have a summary and my grade. I am posting this because

1. I want to provide content on my blog.

2. Someone may need to look at an essay for reference and ideas. The following 4 essays were written in MLA format.

Please do not copy my essays or plagiarize my sources! My blog and its content are NOT sources suitable for essay citations.

When I Was A Princess

Remember the royal court in high school dances such as homecoming, prom, and formal? Students would vote other students as princess, prince, queen, or king. The top student wins the highest point available for their class. During my sophomore year in high school, I won the spot for my class’s princess in winter formal. I know many people from my school would probably read this and think “Ugh, shut up about it. It was so long ago…”, but I beg to differ. It is not wrong to reminisce these moments, as selfish as they may be labeled. It was a moment that made me feel important, and no one has the right to tell me otherwise. Continue reading