I don’t know how to handle this English question and need guidance.
Respond back to this post with a 100 words minimum.
-Good afternoon Professor and class,
My name is Corey. I’m 38 and a USMC vet I got out after 4 years as a CPL. I ran the operations shop of a helicopter squadron of CH-46E. I work for my town highway department running equipment and a snowplow. My wife and I are part of the local volunteer fire department. I’m enjoying the meaningfulness of being here for the community if needed. I got hooked with idea after I ran into a burning house to save a families animals and the 2 people that lived there. It’s a rush at 5 in the morning on my way to a job site. So after joining the department and falling in love with it I decided to go back to school and get my bachelors in Fire Science Management. I am only 7 classes into my college career and with my family load and work load it is very difficult. The online learning is very interesting still trying to adapt to that. I’ve been out of the academic world sense I graduated high school in 2001, with the exception of heavy equipment school about 8 years ago. I have a wife and a 5 year old son both of which are my world. I love fishing and hunting. I also dabble in woodworking and metalwork. Well that’s pretty much me in a nutshell.
My writing only consists of academic writing. As you read above I run equipment and drive truck so writing is not something that is needed. My writing process is simple I read the instruction and write off the cuff with some investigation into the subject at hand. To be honest I really do not feel the need for writing aside from what I do for academic. When I do write for academic I tend to listen to music and zone out into the subject and let the words fly. I do however need improvement in proofreading and grammar. Spelling is made easy now a days with spell check, but I do type on the slower side trying to be careful of spelling and other mistakes that I may have in my knowledge. Other then that writing in my opinion is a subject that you really have to practice at and stay up with in order to do it right.
-Good evening professor and class,
My name is Josh and like the majority of individuals who partake in this school, I am in the military and I am currently stationed in San Diego, California. I have been an 0844 or Fire Direction Controlman in artillery for the past three years. Before I joined the military, I was a paramedic in San Diego county and in Las Vegas, NV for the past twelve years. I experienced burnout around year ten due to the high call volume in Las Vegas, one of the busiest in the world, and that is when I decided to make a change. I have this burning passion for medicine and wanted to go to school to become a doctor but had no means to pay for school. Currently I am getting my Bachelor’s in Health and Science and afterwards I plan on going to medical school to become a Doctor of Pediatric Osteopathy, I really want to be a Cardiologist, but I will find out on match day.
What do I hope to learn in philosophy? I always had an interest in philosophy, but I considered the topic kind of dry. I like to think a certain way to explain things, which is a concrete idea that is proven by science or facts, something either is, or it is not. Philosophy is unique in a sense that an individual has to explain their version of abstract ideas and right and wrong is very loosely based on interpretation.
-Hello everyone, my name is Makhi Richburg and I am an Active Duty member of the United States Air Force. Currently, I am halfway through my first contract and I must say that I have been having the time of my life since I joined. Outside of having a cool job, I have done a lot of adventurous things in the military such as skydiving, hot air ballooning and white water rafting. Enlisting in the military right out of high school was not an easy decision for me. I had no idea what I was getting into. Going straight to college was not an option because it was too expensive! As a young man finding his path in life, I needed the structure, discipline, and the proper foundation only the military could provide. Honestly, I consider joining the military one of the best I have ever made. I just came back from a deployment and am currently stuck in quarantine for 2 whole weeks. Instead of wasting away playing video games and binging reality television, I am going to use this down time to knock out some schooling for my degree. Due to my recent redeployment from overseas, I am deeply suffering from jet lag. In fact, this essay is being written at 2 in the morning!
In this term, what I really want to learn from PHL101 is a fundamental understanding of philosophy along with its historical relevance. Learning about philosophical influences from the past will give some insight on why things are the way they are today. It may even give an explanation to some parts of American Culture, which is something I find worth learning.