Comments for PHI 208 Critical Thinking http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com Wed, 11 Dec 2013 18:02:17 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6 Comment on Kids and Family Guy by Joy Green http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/kids-and-family-guy/#comment-280 Joy Green 3 buy Lynda.com Adobe acrobat xi pro great deals 6 0 download buy Lynda.com 6 0 download
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http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=633#comment-280 I love love love that show, I look at it every night at 10pm, never miss it. But it does have its down falls, but it’s just so funny, I don’t believe anyone really care how messed up the concept can be sometime. Now South Park was a whole other ball game. Some of the things on that show where too out of line. I would have to say Stewie is my favorite on the show, but I have never put my son in front the TV to ever to look at family guy. Well I guess one reason why is because it comes on too late at night, and the actions can sometimes go over board as well. I also feel as if your kid know right from wrong it should not really be a problem as long as they know it’s just TV. Now as fare as the language, no one would want their child to talk like that. Stewie talks to Lowes all kind of ways, but she never understands him anyway.

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Comment on Kids and Family Guy by Ernest http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/kids-and-family-guy/#comment-273 Ernest Corelcad 2015 buy online hazel 3 suite 8 Basics hazel 3 Photoshop 3
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http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=633#comment-273 Hey Cali a subject like this really depends on the maturity and sense of self your protest currently has. Family guy, futurama, and American dad are funny but I don’t know if they are appropriate for a child his age. I myself did watch family guy and futurama when I was younger but I was mature enough to do so. I am sure that many young children watch South Park a show that is worse in my opinion that those others. As long as your little brother is not lost to reality he will be fine. If your remember from my presentation the repetitiveness of television can cause viewers to think that some things are real. So you may have to be careful but I’m sure he will be fine. Most children of this current time are being exposed to more adult situations at a younger age.

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Comment on The effect of alcohol on children and families by Ernest http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/the-effect-of-alcohol-on-children-and-families/#comment-257 Ernest Sun, 01 Dec 2013 20:52:13 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=548#comment-257 I have a cousin who is and alchoholic and it sucks. The reason why is like the people in the post before me he is a great person when he is sober. But for some reason he insists on drinking even though he is aware that he does not hold his liquor well. As a family most of us do not like to deal with him when he is drunk and because of that he has attempted to stop a few times but it doesn’t get far. I believe that this is because he does not really want to be sober for his own sake. His father too is an alchoholic so that is part of the reasoning why we think he has this problem. On top of that his mother passed a few years ago and since some people in our family have been using that as an excuse for his problems. This for a fact is not helping him improve his life. So I think people around those with a problem need to discuss the problem and let it be known and do their best to help.

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Comment on The Influence of Women In Our Society by Joy Green http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/the-influence-of-women-in-our-society/#comment-237 Joy Green Mon, 25 Nov 2013 19:36:42 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=612#comment-237 It is really heard growing up as a female in today’s society. My grandmother on my dad side was like the perfect woman to me. She only bought the most expensive things because my grandfather was that type of man. She always uses to tell me and my aunt if we want a good life we need to keep our bodies tight, but not only that whenever I use to go get food out the kitchen my grandfather use to always tell me “don’t know man want a fat woman”. My grandmother shopped more then she ate, she was a very beautiful woman with a nice house and car, whenever I spend the weekend by her it was like dream land. As a grown up woman now, she is no longer here from lung cancer, I have grown to find out she had everything she ever wanted but she was not happy most of the time. She spent most of her time try to be the perfect trophy wife. All in all when we cannot judge how a women feel about what she should look like because we never know what she was taught at child hood, and yes beauty is good and brains is better, but let’s keep it real the most beautiful women get the better life whether she is smart or not. No one wants to have to look in the mirror and see something they do not like. I feel as if there is something you do not like about your image change it. Fat people don’t really want to be fat, some just don’t really know how to loss it so they just deal with it. If Doctor were to give them free Liposuction they will be in that office first thing the next morning no questions asked. I guess what I’m trying to say is that there is nothing wrong with wanting to have that look you always dream about to get what you want. I myself still have long ways to go.

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Comment on The effect of alcohol on children and families by JerMarkus http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/the-effect-of-alcohol-on-children-and-families/#comment-236 JerMarkus Mon, 25 Nov 2013 17:50:15 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=548#comment-236 Mike,
My Uncle James who is deceased now had the same problem.
He was a very heavy drinker and would use them to stimulate his mind, He started using them after the death of his mother and did not look back.
Back in High School and College, my Uncle was the Star-Player for his numerous basketball teams he would assist and lead his team to countless victories even state- championships in highschool, suddenly he began to influenced by others and took and alternative route.
He began to go through certain stages where he felt as if we looked at him differently, but our attention towards him was nothuing but pure LOVE and wanting him to relaize that he had to do BETTER.

We would attend family functions and we would ACT out and it would result in someone being hurt mentally or he would go out and do somethings physically to hurt others.
Before, he left this life, him and I would have long talks about the future and him putting the bottle of gin down, but GOD knew best for him. he departed thisn life with a heavy heart mssing his mother and also his disappointment with life in general.

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Comment on Would the old you be surprised? by Lazette http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/would-the-old-you-be-surprised/#comment-232 Lazette Mon, 25 Nov 2013 06:55:33 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=573#comment-232 If granted a moment to speak with my younger self, there would be tons of information I would like to share with myself. I don’t think I would displeased with the person I have became. I would be slightly surprised at the obstacles I have overcome. I wouldn’t have imagined getting this far as I have while withstanding the things I have. I would be a little surprised about the different things I have began to be involved in. Majority of the things that are now apart of my life wouldn’t be things I thought I would be involved in. I don’t think I turned out extremely different from what I dreamed of me being, its the road I took to get here that would have shocked me. I would surly tell myself to be prepared for the unknowing. I would stress to myself that nothing is never what it seems, and remind myself to always work hard. Things aren’t always easy, and I would tell my younger self to expect the unexpected, and to take pride in the things that are most important to me. I would tell my self to focus on being the best you that YOU could possibly produce. I think my younger self would be very receptive of the advice I would give. Not many things I would change, but there are something’s I would alter. lastly I would I tell myself, that there are blessings in every lesson and to strive on!!

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Comment on Would the old you be surprised? by Kelly Lockett http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/would-the-old-you-be-surprised/#comment-231 Kelly Lockett Mon, 25 Nov 2013 04:09:28 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=573#comment-231 If I had the opportunity to talk to a younger, im sure that the younger me would be very surprised at some of the things that i have done and experienced on my journey into becoming an adult. Many of the the things I thought would have happened did not, or have happened in a different way. Also many things have happened that I never thought would happen. I dont think however that younger me would be disappointed in the older me. Although I have some regrets I have not done anything that cant be used as a lesson I learned for. As a child I think we picture everything as perfect and we also think that every goal we set will work out, or everything that we want to happen will happen. But as we grow up we really face reality and actually experience the things that we planned except its a lot harder doing it now. We have a innocent mindset and way of thinking as children. I also think that it is because we are so afraid of letting our parents down or not living out the dream that they have planned for us that we set very big expectations for ourselves not realizing that there will be many obstacles, and both positive and negative distractions. Answering the original questions I do think that younger me would be really surprised at some of the things that I happened in my older life, but not disappointed. Many things have happened differently but I am still on the path of doing a lot of the things that younger me thought I would be doing. This questions along with the post really made me think about a lot though. I think that we should keep in mind the person that we wanted to become when making decisions as adults.

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Comment on Would the old you be surprised? by Kieasha http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/would-the-old-you-be-surprised/#comment-230 Kieasha Mon, 25 Nov 2013 02:29:05 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=573#comment-230 If I could sit down with younger Kie, we would definitely have a long conversation about where my future is headed. I’m sure I’d be slightly disappointed with myself for some of the life decisions that I have made without restraint, but I’d see how much of a stronger person that I’ve become because of those mistakes that I’ve made. I’ve always tried to be a strong person but I’ve learned it does not come simply without experience whether good or bad. All of the experience just makes you more insightful for future happenings. No matter how many goals or intentions that you set for yourself it’s hard to fulfill without having prior experience. So to younger me, I would say, “Don’t be afraid of hurt. Don’t shy away because you refuse to get caught in the middle. Raise hell a couple times, but stay strong and humble. Enjoy yourself and work harder that you have to. Take your time and keep patience. There is a bumpy road ahead, but there are so many sights to enjoy along the way.”

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Comment on Bullying in Professional Sports? by Kandice http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/bullying-in-professional-sports/#comment-229 Kandice Mon, 25 Nov 2013 02:08:08 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=546#comment-229 It probably is tradition for rookies to get harassed, but when does bullying go too far. I personally feel that Incognito crossed the line. Its one thing to rib me, clown me, and even make me do something silly, but when you start degrading me, and talking about my ethnicity, that’s when the line should be drawn. Many people look at Martin like he was wrong for walking off, and that he was a punk, but people need to realize that you don’t know what type of mind frame he was in at that time. Bullying can get out of control and Martin could’ve snapped. If I’m on a team, I shouldn’t have to subject myself to be treated like an idiot, and bullied around. I look at it like if that was my child, I wouldn’t want him to feel like he has to be treated like poop. And you have to know who you can play that way with and who can’t take that kind of treatment. As men, the childishness was uncalled for. Certain jokes are not to be said and that’s the bottom line. Now Incognito has to fight for his career which looks like its over.

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Comment on When’s the last time you did something for the first time? by Kandice http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/whens-the-last-time-you-did-something-for-the-first-time/#comment-228 Kandice Mon, 25 Nov 2013 01:54:33 +0000 http://criticalthinking.catherinehoman.com/?p=537#comment-228 Alex, this post has given me everything I needed. We sometimes get too caught up in routines that is makes our life boring. As a female who is 21, I try to change my routine every day, even if I switch it up a little bit. There is no such thing as a normal routine. People get caught up in routines because that’s how they get through life. I want to be that spontaneous girl that wakes up and just goes where the wind blows her. Now I’m not saying be negligent and forget about what’s important, but at times we need to take a step back and truly know that we only get one life to live and we should live it to the fullest. If I did the same routine every day, I would feel like a robot, and what’s the point of living if you’re going to do the same thing every day. We should sometimes take a walk on the wild side and do something out of the ordinary. We are sometimes on focusing on the main thing that we forget to have some fun in between. I choose to live, and everyone else should chose to live as well. The motto is “Y.O.L.O” meaning you only live once. I really thing if people lived by this saying, the world would be a happier place.

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