In all my finite knowledge, I decided to take Advance Placement World History my junior (this) year. The trouble comes in a series of three, two-page reports I have to do with the US presidential race, The war in Iraq and the global economy. Well, it wouldn't be much of a problem if I hadn't spent two months working in seclusion up at a boy scout camp. I was supposed to keep an eye on these things; I've gone through the internets and caught my self up, by the way. Now, I've decided to do what I've always done: do the assignment, without doing the assignment. Let my opening speak for itself. "So, you want me to talk to you about the war in Iraq, the state of (Not necessarily notarized or defined; I actually wanted to do it about the race in Zimbabwe, only to find that they wussed-out and opted for a Prime Minister instead) the US presidential race and the ups and downs of the global economy? Well, I must say, those are things that I generally don’t keep an eye on, but anything, I s’pose, for the grade. The world’s a complex place, y’know. People and even places moving around constantly, merging and separating from each other with every breath taken. Who can really keep an eye on it? It’s so intricate that no one person can possibly hope to dot the I’s and cross the t’s of it all by themselves, right? Well, maybe to you. Me, if you asked, I’d say that the world manages to stay glued together because, well, all things in it are glued. That is, I believe all things are connected. If you inquired further, I’d say that force was God, but that’s whole ‘nother tangent that I’m sure you’re not interested in. As a matter of fact, I sure you really didn’t want to read that whole opening anyway. It’s probably a good thing you did, since you now know that all things are connected and consequently, why it is I’m writing this like I am. All things are connected and so, they are in this one, singular paper hoping to explore the connections on all three. With that out of the way, let’s get into the fun stuff." So, am I pushing it too much, or do I have legitimate grounds to run with that? I do honestly beleive what I wrote, and that since she asked specifically for our opinions and thoughts, that would qualify. I just wonder what you would say if you were a teacher, expecting students serious about world history. And I'm not just messing around, I love History. It's about people, so it's infinitely more interesting than numbers or physics.