Five benefits of the Ron Paul Curriculum. #1 Ron Paul Curriculum is on a device so I can take it anywhere I need to take it. #2 Ron Paul Curriculum has many lessons which helps cover everything I need to learn. #3 It has papers. Instead of tests which helps me recover everything it has papers which helps me learn more. #4 Fun. Ron Paul Curriculum Gives the students fun assignments like making a YouTube channel or art. #5 Ron Paul Curriculum teaches us discipline. Without discipline life is hard. These are some reasons why Ron Paul Curriculum is important.

What would I do in my autobiography that is different from what Darwin did. His full name is really  Charles Robert Darwin. You may already know who he is because he is so famous. He was an “English naturalist, geologist and biologist best known for his contributions to the science of evolution.” He wrote many books throughout his life. Two of them were his autobiography and a book called  “The Origin of Species.” It was placed in the theory of evolution. Darwin’s point of view was evolution And some people believe in it, but other people know that it’s a lie. We cannot change Darwin now. “Darwin has been described as one of the most influential figures in human history, and he was honored by burial in Westminster Abbey.” Westminster Abbey is a Famous church for many reasons. One of them was that it was the chosen location for seventeen royal weddings. That means that he must have been really famous. Also he won a lot of awards. Some of those awards were the FRS, Royal Medal, Wollaston Medal, Copley Medal, Doctor of Laws and Cambridge. Can you imaging having those awards and more? His wife was Emma Wedgwood and they had ten children. Imagine right now that you had ten children. Your house would probably be a mess. I know a family that has eight children, but yet that is not ten. He was diagnosed in 1882 with what was called “angina pectoris”. That then meant coronary thrombosis and disease of the heart. Around the time of his death the physicians diagnosed “anginal attacks”, and “heart-failure”. It could have very well been that Darwin may have suffered from chronic Chagas disease. His autobiography is well known and it sold out very quickly because Darwin is a very well known person. 

Now bake to the question, what would I do in my autobiography that is different from what Darwin did? Well first of all I would make my autobiography longer than Darwin’s. He also talks about his job a lot and not nearly as much about his family. I would write more about more about my family. You may have more reasons, but I do not.

Which ad best conforms to Joyner’s standards of an irresistible offer? I would first like to tell you what the irresistible offer is. According to PersonalBrand.com “The Irresistible Offer is simply a strategic structuring of your products and/or services where the value-to-cost ratio is value-heavy. Meaning that the value of your offer FAR exceeds the cost to access the value.” This is a book that tells you how to sell your product in three seconds or less. If you are interested in selling a product the irresistible offer is a must read book. This book is very detailed about you selling a product. I have read many books and some were detailed, but this is a must read detailed book.

These four ads are M&Ms (1957), Radio Shack TRS-80 computer, 1980, Commodore, 1987 (Australia), and American Express (late 1960’s). Out of these four reasons I chose the ad  Radio Shack TRS-80 computer, 1980 as the best ad that is ideal to  Joyner’s Irresistible Offer. Here is why. Because the other three of the four ads do not confirm to Joyner’s Irresistible Offer as much as the radio shack TRS-80 computer ad. Some of the other ads were in ways weird and some just kept saying things again and again. The Radio Shack TRS-80 computer, 1980 is the best because it is short, easy to understand, and people may want it, but they also need it. A lot of thing people just want, but they are not important unless it is something that people actually need. The Radio Shack TRS-80 computer, 1980 is the best out of all of these ads.

Should I include reconstructed speeches in my autobiography? In any case I am first going to say what reconstructed speeches are. A reconstructed speech is a speech or conversation or anything that you can not quite remember but you have to piece it back together. Most of the time you will not get it fully right. What I do in this case is I try to remember the important and interesting parts about the story. If you forget an important part and want or need to write it down you can ask someone else that was at the speech and ask them about it. If there is a problem in which you cannot get in touch with someone that was there you can try to remember what was happening and write it down if you are writing down. An important time to take notes is when somebody is giving you important advice for your future. Taking notes is important when somebody is talking about how to help your future because they could be helpful in your future. it is much easier than trying to remember.

 Well anyway let me answer the question. Should I include reconstructed speeches in my autobiography? And the answer is that depends. Surprised? That depends is the answer because if you remember a speech or conversation that you want to include And you get everything correct or close you will not need reconstruction on that topic. But if you forget something interesting or important in your life that you want to include in your autobiography you are going to have to include some reconstruction to fill in the parts that you forgot about. That is one reason why you should keep a diary or journal. It will help you remember parts in your life that you may have forgotten. The more stuff you put in your journal the less you have to remember. If you put interesting stuff in your autobiography people who read it would probably want to share it. When I write my autobiography (if I ever do) it would be a lot of fun. I would have a blast writing my autobiography and looking back at my life before I would write it. It would be fun because I could look back at funny parts of my life. So remember, if you journal you can prevent reconstruction in your autobiography.

As long as I can remember I have been raising chickens for their eggs. Here are some pointer reasons on why people should eat eggs more often.

1#  Chicken eggs have a lot of protein.

2# Eggs are highly nutritious

3# They have recommended vitamins..

4# They help you grow.

5# They may support eye health.

6# Lots of meals can be made from chicken eggs.

7# They taste amazing.

8# They contain some important minerals.

In my opinion eggs are some of the best meals that people can eat. And when my chickens stop laying I can butcher them. Here are some pointer tips about chicken meat.

1# Chicken has a very high protein content.

2# Chicken is highly nutritious.

3# Chicken tastes amazing. 

4# People sell it everywhere so it is easy to get.

5# Chicken has important minerals.

6# Chicken has important minerals.

7# Chicken is one of the most common meats that is prevalent all around the world. 

8# There are many ways that you can get it.

I love chicken because to me it tastes the best. Every time we have chicken for dinner my siblings fight over the legs. That’s because they are one of the best parts. And they love it because they can hold it without getting too greasy. This is why people should eat more chicken eggs and chickens.

Who is my target audience should be for my autobiography. Considering if you have read my past two or three papers this answer should be pretty obvious for you. I want my descendants and any other people that I can reach with my autobiography. I want my descendants to read my autobiography so they can live good lives and I want other people to read it too because I want them to know the truth about their lives. These people are the main audience that I want to wright my autobiography to.

Would it be moral to grade exams, so that all students get C’s? If not, is it moral for the state to redistribute incomes? For the first question let’s say that you always get an A in music class. you and your class get ready for a test. You and two other people do the test and everyone’s grade grades the whole class. Your teacher is very proud of you for getting an A, but the other two people both get a C. You are furious because all the grades are added up and you get your first B because of the other students. Your teacher is also furious because he or she was proud of you for getting all A’s but then getting your first B. This happened to my mother once. So the answer to the first question is NO!

And the answer for the other question is also no. For a moment imagine that you get four hundred dollars a week and someone else gets two hundred. If the answer to the second question was yes then the two men turn in there checks that they earned to the government than the government would divide the checks evenly. You would both get three hundred dollars. You would loose a hard earned hundred dollars and someone else would get a free hundred dollars. In a book my family likes called ” The Tuttle Twins and the Search for Atlas” they teach this exact same stuff. So, the answer to the second question is an obvious no.

What benefits would I get from writing an autobiography? Well for one if I wrote an autobiography it would tell my descendants all about me. They would know how life was in my day and how people lived their lives now. It would say their family history and about their family. Then they would know how they were to live their lives and important stuff like that. If I become somebody famous when I grow up I would write it in my autobiography so that they know that they can do amazing stuff too. They would probably love it if they new how their old and dead relative’s lived their lives. I never know what I will do as I get older so that means I could write anything in my autobiography as much from having a normal job to being one of the richest people on earth. My descendants could do anything they want, but if I write an autobiography It would probably help them to make the right choices.

Another way is an introspection. An introspection would provide me with an opportunity to take time and see goals that I have not done yet or goals that I have not even set yet so that I can accomplish my goals or set them and then accomplish those goals. Although this does not fix it. All it does is making an opportunity for me to see goals that I can accomplish or make then accomplish goals so that I don’t become a lazy person. DO NOT BECOME A LAZY PERSON. THIS IS A STRICT WARNING. Lazy people usually become poor and get nowhere in life. that’s why it is important to pay attention in school. So do not become a lazy person but instead do introspection. Take time to accomplish goals that you may have not already in your life. These two ideas are very good ideas if you want to write an autobiography and they are also good benefits for writing an autobiography.

There are a few lifestyles that I want in twenty years. First of all I want a loving wife and at least three children that all love God. I want my wife to be beautiful and a great cook. I want my children to be obedient and choose good friends. I also want a house that can fit everything I own and maybe have extra room in it for guests. I want it to be close enough to my family so that I can visit them often and I also want it to be close enough to the place I work so that I can be there on time.

I want to be a movie director when I grow up but there are many jobs in the world so whatever God wants me to do for a job I will not argue with his plans. There’s no point to. He always wins. If I can have the job that I want though I’ll be very glad. And if I have to go away to be a missionary I will gladly do so even if it means leaving my family.

To finish up I want to go to church every Sunday and read my Bible once a day and maybe more. I will also do devotions with my family every night.

What can you do now to make your biography less disjointed than Twain’s? Mark Twain wasn’t his real name. It was actually Samuel Langhorne Clemens. He was born on November 30, 1835 And he died on April 21, 1910 because of a heart attack he had. He was “an American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer.” A man named William Faulkner called him “the father of American literature”. He even wrote the two famous books “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “The adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” My dad just loves those two books.

In the past week I have read part of Mark Twain’s autobiography and it is very disjointed. That means that it is not put together well like everything’s mixed up and going back and forth a lot. There is a movie that I watched a few times called holes and it is a good movie just very disjointed. To know what timeline it is you have to watch the movie a few times. If I ever write my own autobiography which I might I would look back in my past or journal it so it would not be disjointed. If anyone were to wright an autobiography they should find dates in their past and use them. I don’t really care about when people tell their birth to their death so if I wright an autobiography I would put in some funny and good memories about my life. I would start with a little about myself like my birth date and my death date (I would probably hire someone to write when I died). I would do my best throughout the book to keep it all from getting disjointed and to be honest the whole time because some autobiography’s are dishonest sometimes in the book. And that is how I would like my autobiography to be written if I ever write one.