Monthly archive for ‘ October, 2011 ’

After being caught in an intensive crossfire of discussion today my mind wandered into oblivion on how messed up my culture is and began to question if I had lost anything of what I once was and whether or not it was drastic or not and questioning should I regain my old culture or continue to be content with what I have now

24th October 2011 | 1 Comment

As the long title implies, I am lost in thought at the moment. So, with my roommate out of the room and at Jepson, I began to talk to myself(no,I didn’t answer myself). During this thinking-out-loud session, I realized another portion of my quarter-life-crisis. And here we have the ever so fabulous, bustling, thriving Rustburg, […]

Midterm Reflection

13th October 2011 | Closed

Stepping into this FSEM, I didn’t know what to expect. I knew the basics of globalization from my AP Comparative Government class senior year. I knew the definition, and that was pretty much it. I never really took the time to ponder what it was really about. I never really thought it connected to outsourcing, or […]

My world vs.This world

11th October 2011 | 2 Comments

Lynchburg(well, Rustburg, but nobody knows where that is) vs Fredericksburg: Two very different cities allow me to have two very different lives. Rural vs City: Rustburg’s population is right around 1,000 people. There really isn’t anything there: just the elementary,middle, and high school(my old high school only has 800 people) on the same street, a Food Lion, […]

So the carrier pigeon died…

4th October 2011 | Closed

So I will become an expert on one of the following questions that I came up with: When did the roots of globalization begin?