Response to Daily Prompt: You, The Sandwhich


If a restaurant were to name something after you, what would it be? Describe it. (Bonus points if you give us a recipe!)

If a restaurant named an item after me, I would want them to name a sandwhich ‘The anti-bully’ sandwich-Reduced fat, wheat bread, low fat meat, and healthy vegetables.

Recipe:

Two pieces of wheat bread

Four thin slices of your choice of meat: Ham, Turkey, or Roast Beef

Three thin slices of your choice of cheese: Cheddar, American, Bleu, or Monterrey Jack

Mustard or Mayo fashioned in the letters: Anti-Bully

Any of the following: Lettuce, Tomato, Spinach, Pepper, Cucumber, Olives

 

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Response to Daily Prompt: There’s No Place Like Home


If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it? Do you need a home base? What makes a place “home” to you?

 

I would not take a nomadic life like this. I love having a home base where I can feel comfortable knowing I can come home to it at anytime and rejuvenate any spent energy. I also wouldn’t want to travel from place to place because of the lack of communication with friends and family.

 

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Response to Daily Prompt: Fly on the Wall


If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose?

 

If I could be a fly on the wall at anytime in history, it would be in colonial times when George Washington was making military choices for the Revolutionary War. This would allow me to get a more exact perspective point of view on his personality and his character. And, come on! Seeing all these famous people that will become heroes in our day? Epic!

 

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Response to Daily Prompt: 21st Century Citizen


Do you belong in this day and age? Do you feel comfortable being a citizen of the 21st-century? If you do, explain why — and if you don’t, when in human history would you rather be?

 

If we’re talking about socialism and other people my age, I do not fit in–I am a person who does different things than the average person my age, and I am glad I do.

However, I am comfortable being here. I guess you could say, if we are simply talking about technology use and modern devices and tools, then, yes, I would say I fit in. I enjoy simple things from our day and age, like computers and phones, and the ability to send a message at the click or tap of a few buttons still leaves me awed.

 

 

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Response to Daily Prompt: Morality Play


Where do your morals come from — your family? Your faith? Your philosophical worldview? How do you deal with those who don’t share them, or derive them from a different source?

 

What is a moral? How do we know if something is a moral or a belief? I believe that a moral is something that you guide your life upo , but not let completely dictate what you do. If I have a moral that I am only goingto have pasta every Tuesday, there will be an occasional exception–it’s my dad exception, and we’re eating Italian, so I am going to have pasta. That’s what I belief is a good moral–so I’ll tell you where mine come from.

 

I can say with assurance that a lot of my morals come from my mom–Treat others how you expect to be treated,(not how you want to be treated) save half of the good of something for later so you can enjoy it all throughout the day, week, or month, and (sigh) there is more than video games to do during the weekend, to name a few.

I would say some of my others come from my teachers, instructors, and counselors at my school. To name two, one is that you should put in the best work to get the best payoff in twenty years, and that I should treat people knowing when I’m almost done with high school, other people(most, at least) will mature up, and might change their minds about me.

I guess one of the last places I get my morals from is the internet–Be friendly, but don’t trust a person or people at the first ‘Hello!’

 

When someone doesn’t share my world views, I simply state my own, not expecting adaptation by them, but hoping for acknowledgment. As long as a person can acknowledge my views, and I can acknowledge theirs, we get along just fine.

 

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