Going Mobile Teach Like Your Hair's on Fire - Essay Prowess

Going Mobile Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire

Going Mobile Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire

Going Mobile Teach Like Your Hair's on Fire

Part I

“Disneyland is not always the happiest place on earth” (Esquith 175)

I found this quote being notable due to a number of aspects. First, I don’t think there is any place which can be described as the happiest on the earth especially due to the fact that there are no perfect attributes which can be used to measure or evaluate whether a particular place is happiest than another. In addition, I strongly believe that a place can be interesting to one individual but dull and boring to another, especially due to the fact that human beings have different tastes and preferences. For example, one individual can claim that a particular place is the best in terms of fun since it is equipped with features which he or she likes the most, such as music or beach. At the same time, another person may hate such a place since he or she does not like loud music or he has phobia for a pool of water.

“Part the waters” (Esquith 177)

I think, this quote is important since it portrays what most of the young generations in the present world are lacking. Precisely, age is no longer perceived as a consideration of showing respect

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