English Lesson 90

“What benefits would I get from writing an autobiography?”

Practically nothing.  The only thing that a autobiography would do is help you remember the stories of your life.  To tell your children what you have done, to tell your grandchildren what you have do and so on.  There is no real value in a Autobiography, except for family members and fans how read your writings.  Mark Twain was known nationwide for his writings, so writing an Autobiography for his fans and readers, children and grandchildren was what he did before he died in April 21st, 1910 after Halley’s comet was its closest to earth.

Autobiographies will be priceless for loved ones to read, friends, family, and acquaintances.  Grandchildren or even great grandchildren that did not see or get to know you when you were alive, and traveling places that they may soon travel to.  You could become a hero to them, for the stories you wrote.  There may be some hard times that you went through, that they are going through know, and you may provide a way out before they can’t take anymore.

But some of your family members may not even care for you, or your autobiography, and may call you a villain for what you have done.  Mark Twain wrote lots of stories that he did not explain to the audience.  People can learn from your mistakes and not do them.  They can learn from your triumphs, they can learn from what every you put in your autobiography.

Autobiographies allow you to put your thoughts on paper, and how you would have done something differently than you did it before.  I probably will never be as good as a writer as Mark Twain was.  His books are well known, and my site only has 33 followers.  I only started four years ago, I know, but Mark Twain probably became famous in just four years.  Never say Never.

Never say you are bad at something, just say you are good, to yourself, and you will succeed in life.

So I am good at writing!!!!  Don’t judge me.

Don’t judge people, or you will get nowhere in life.

I might get quoted for what I write now in this essay, my children, or my children’s children may quote from me, or from this post, which is another great thing about autobiographies.

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Business lesson 90

“The ideal apprenticeship job, and why.”

Just yesterday I went to the BATC.  Bridgerland Applied Technology College.  At this College you learn skills in fields that need them instead of a degree.  There is over 40 departments in the College, and you get payed for working in the school.  There is a painting house in the building, and you get payed to work on your own car.  About $18 per hour.  With classes coasting about $1.50 per hour.  This College is based on skills, and it is like an Apprenticeship at school.  If you want to learn how to weld, go to this BATC.  If you want to learn how to paint like you are a mythical person, then go to BATC.

This is the ideal apprenticeship job, and the reason why is that you get the hands on experience.  You get payed to work there, and you pay to get classes.  You would get everything you need just like an apprenticeship and more.  There are lots of jobs that needs a skill in order for you to do good.  What I heard yesterday was that the skill to no skill jobs was 7-1.  A skilled job would be welding, an unskilled job would be playing games and uploading it to youtube.  Simple as that.

What I would be is a pilot.  Being a Pilot is a skill, you need the hours of training to be good, and to be safe.  Pilots don’t get  good by just reading about flying, they get good by training in the plane, for hundreds of thousands of hours.  The US Air Force has pilots that trained for hundreds of thousands of hours, and they are flying jets that travel at Mach speeds, that shoot missiles, and they can do there stuff in seconds.

Train Engineers were probably apprentices when they started their job.  Ship operator, welder, auto shops where they fix your car’s up, robot builder, programer, hacker, cooking, bucher, farmer, detective, construction worker, Business owner, learning martial arts, doctor, dentist, woodworkers, forging metals, and many more.

Number one thing you need to do is to get a skill that no one has, and to get a job in that skill so it would be hard to replace you.  You can also make your own company and get good working people to help do jobs around the city.  Later on you can teach your own apprentice, and get your company to grow more and more.

Second thing is to make a company that would thrive on the skill you have and the people you hire have.  Continue to grow your company to make more money.

Third thing is to retire when you are wealthy, or that you can stay out of a job until you die.  Your apprentice will probably keep the company going, or he would sell it because of how successful he was, and now the company fell into bad times.

So remember to get a skill that is hard to replace, get a job and an apprentice, and then retirer.

Top 9 fastest planes

Convair F-106 Delta Dart.    The F-106 Delta Dart is a Supersonic plane, traveling at 1,544 mph (2484 km/h) or Mach 2.

Mikoyan MiG-31 Foxhound.  The MiG-31 Foxhound is a Supersonic plane, traveling at  2,171 mph (3494 km/h) or Mach 2.83.

Mikoyan Ye-152.  The Ye-152 is a Supersonic plane, traveling at 2455 mph (3951 km/h) or Mach 3,2.

XB-70 Valkyrie.  The XB-70 Valkyrie is a Supersonic plane, traveling at 2,056 mph (3309 km/h) or Mach 2.68.

Bell X-2 “Starbuster”.  The Bell X-2 was a Supersonic plane, traveling at 2,094 mph (3370 km/h) Mach 2.7.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 Foxbat.  The MiG-31 Foxbat is a Supersonic plane, traveling at  2,171 mph (3494 km/h) or Mach 2.83.

SR-71 Blackbird.  The SR-71 Blackbird is a Supersonic plane, traveling at 2,200 mph (3541 km/h) or Mach 2.9.

X-15.  The X-15 is a Hypersonic plane, traveling at 4,520 mph (7274 km/h) or Mach 6.

DARPA HTV-2 The fastest aircraft.  A High Hypersonic aircraft.  Traveling at 13,000 mph (20921 km/h) or Mach 17.

English lesson 85

“What can you do now to make your biography less disjointed than Twain’s?”

What I can do is that I can put all of my stories in order to make the reading more fluent and more interesting then Mark Twain’s.  I can tell you that I actually flew a small airplane in the at the small airport of Ponoka.  The airport is just south of the town.  Me and my brothers went there to help a pilot repaint his plane.  The Piper tomahawk paint was coming off, so we went to a store in Ponoka to get some more paint remover to remove more of the paint.  The job took hours to remove all of the paint from just a few parts of the plane.

We finished a can of paint remover and this is when we went to the hardware store to get more paint remover.  When we were out we went to Subway and ate there for lunch.  Then we came back and removed the propeller of the plane.  I volunteered to hold the propeller, and just to tell you, it was heavy.  The propeller was made out of steel, so you could guess how heavy that is.  Well one of the pilots there is an owner of a car dealership.  His hanger is the largest one there.

If you look down at the airport, and you look to the south side of where the hangers are, you should see a large hangar there.  It will look like a large L.  That is the car dealers hanger.  Now the one behind it has two WWII planes in it when I was there.  Now if you for to the west most hangers at the airport, one of the last four hangers is the pilot that we went to help.

One of his friends there allowed me and my brothers to fly his small plane, which was fun.  I only got to fly for about ten minutes, but it was amazing to fly.  We landed in the small patch of grass in the center of the airports runway and hangars.  In the field are a bunch of prairie dogs.  When we went there, the pilot, had his dog named Diesel with us.  We had a fun time at the airport.

The plane me and my brothers flew had like a synthetic cloth, that covered the entire body of the plane.  dga15p.  This is not the plane we flew, but it looks like the plane that we flew, but smaller.

Mark Twain like having the measles for some weird reason.  That is not the Mark Twain that everyone knows, but the opposite.

Hope you liked this essay, and leave a like and a comment down below.

Business Lesson 85

“My plan to implement one chapter in my life.”

In every thing I like to win.  Just yesterday Tuesday 17, 2017 at a fun place to be where there is laser tag, bowling, pool/snooker/billiards, and other fun things.  There was a challenge in the beginning where we had to try and get as many balls in on the brack.  The winner got a large bar of Hershey’s chocolate.  I did not win.  But the two games we played, me and my team mate won both of them.  First round was close, we nearly did not win.  We still had striped balls on the table, and the other team did not.  They were going after the 8 ball, and that was when my team got the last strip in and also got the 8 ball in.  The second round we won by getting all of our balls in and the 8 ball.  The other team had two more balls to get in when we won.

I do not like to lose at all.

Who would like to lose?

Nobody likes to lose.  Everyone wants to win at something and not be called a loser every time they go somewhere.  Here is something you can do to win, get ahead of the other person.  Me and my sister where on this flight simulator called GEFS.  It is free and you can try it out.  Just click Fly on the top right.  We started at Logan Boston airport, and flew to long island, at the airport close to the ocean.  We were both flying 747’s, and she took off first, but I landed first on long island.

English Lesson 80

“Why do you think Plunkitt was so open about how he made his money?”

The people probably thought that he was doing dishonest graft instead of honest graft.  He told the people how he got his money by buying up useless land that no one wanted, and then selling the land for a fortune to companies that wanted the land for an office building.  Plunkitt would buy up land all over the city, land that was worth practically nothing to the people of New York, but to him he just bought land that was going to make him more money then he spent on it.  Companies would buy the land he had to build their office buildings, and with that money he help everyone in his district.

Another reason would be that some people were unsure about their money and how to get rich quick, and that is probably why he told how he did it.  He gave people advice that they probably needed to hear.  If you have read the book then you know about how rich Plunkitt was.  The way he helped people in his district and how he served them.

If you do not know who Plunkitt was, then I will just say he was a millionaire.  A million dollars back then was $14,084,970 today.  So having millions of dollars he could do anything he wanted.  The thing he like the most doing was politics.  He would rush to people in need.  The people he helped would tell their family and their friends what a great guy Plunkitt is, and that way he got his votes.

When Plunkitt  was in politics, he always went for the poor families.  He barely went for the rich families, and the reason why is that there are more poor people than rich people.  So if he helped the poor population, then the poor population will help him back by voting for him.

Plunkitt was born in Manhattan, New York City, United States of America on, November 17th, 1842 and started to serve his people on January 1st, 1869.  He served the 17th district twice and the 11th district twice, before he stopped his political career.  He died on November 19th, 1924 at the age of 82.

Business Lesson 80

Hello readers and welcome back to another essay on business.  Todays  Essay is going to be from the book How to Win Friends & Influence People.

“What would be the most difficult technique in this book so far for you to learn how to do well? Why?”

The hardest one in part three would be “Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers.”   Out of the eleven other techniques to make friends, this would be the hardest.  If I had the idea, then it is my idea not the other persons.  Why should I try to make someone think that the idea was theirs when it is not or was not.

The second hardest one to me would be “Show respect to other person’s opinions. Never say “You’re Wrong”.”  Why would I put this principle in here?  That is because if you make me mad, then I will say you are wrong.  Just don’t make me mad or you will pay for it.

The easiest out of the twelve would be “Throw Down a Challenge.”  I will give you a challenge.  That challenge is to write 500 words:

“What would be the most difficult technique in this book so far for you to learn how to do well? Why?” On the book How to Win Friends & Influence People.

In the Book How to Win Friends & Influence People.  There is a story on challenges.  The story is that the manager tried everything to get the people that work at the factory to work harder.  The company was lagging behind in production.  The boss to some chalk and asked one of the men “How many heats did your shift make today?”  The man answered “6.”  So the boss wrote a big number 6 on the floor, and walked away.  The night shift came and asked what the number six was for.  The man replied that was the number of heats the produced.  Then the competition came.  When the day group came back they saw a number seven on the floor where the number six used to be.  Did the night group think they were the better out of the two groups?  The day group went to work and left behind a large number 10.

If you yell, swear, cusse, or threaten to do something to someone, they are not going to do anything.  But if you introduce competition, then the groups are going to compete with each other to see who is better.

English Lesson 75

“How serious was Plunkitt about patriotisms connection to obtaining a job after Tammany won an election?”

Very sireise.  People found out that if Tammany won the election, then Plunkitt would help find more jobs for them.  Plunkitt was one of those guys who would always be there for you.  If your house burned to the ground, Plunkitt would be the first person there to help you get into a rental house.  He friended the friendless, he helped the poor, he was the one guy who helped every one that needed the help.  He gave jobs to the people who needed them, and also looked like the person for the job.

Plunkitt would buy up land all over the city, land that was worth practically nothing to the people of New York, but to him he just bought land that was going to make him more money then he spent on it.  Companies would buy the land he had to build their office buildings, and with that money he help everyone in his district.

When Plunkitt  was in politics, he always went for the poor families.  He barely went for the rich families, and the reason why is that there are more poor people than rich people.  So if he helped the poor population, then the poor population will help him back by voting for him.

Plunkitt was born in Manhattan, New York City, United States of America on, November 17th, 1842 and started to serve his people on January 1st, 1869.  He served the 17th district twice and the 11th district twice, before he stopped his political career.  He died on November 19th, 1924 at the age of 82.

Plunkitt said, “I seen my opportunities and I took ’em.”

Plunkitt was a honest grafter.  He always did honest graft, he never did dishonest graft.  He hated Civil Service.

Business Lesson 75

“How important is trust in establishing long-term business relationship?”

If you get yourself in a pickle, and the bank does not loan you money, and you need money to pay people, and if you have not been paying them ever since the company started, then they probably not going to care if your business goes bankrupt.  They are going to want there money that you have not given them.

If you did pay the people that you buy from, or that do projects for you, and when you do have to file for bankruptcy, they will care that the source of money is going away.  They probably would wait for you to get the money to pay them.

You should smile.  Smiling lets the person know that you are friendly, and smart.