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Latin Essay, Research Paper

Being only fourteen years old, making big decisions can be very difficult. Latin is a complicated language to learn, with all the different rules for every possible scenario. There are several key points that went into me deciding to make Latin a class for the next five years of my life, right throughout high school until I graduate. The first and foremost would have to be the idea of the English languages base in Latin roots; in other words, studying Latin improves my English vocabulary. That alone is a great reason to choose Latin, but I had many other positive factors influencing my decision as well. Going into eighth grade, I decided to make the ancient language of the Romans, Latin, a big part of my life.

In every consideration a person makes, even upon making the “right choice,” there are usually still negatives present among the positives. With the choice of Latin came the difficultly and complexity of the language, and there is no way of getting around this fact. This language is so contrary to the way an English sentence is formed; the verb is always at the end, the verb can actually determine the subject just through its ending, and adjectives are often not next to the noun they modify. It takes much time to learn all of these rules, but that is price of learning a language that has much more functionality than just being able to say “hello” ten years after your last class. With Latin in my arsenal, my speech improves dramatically, my writing skills become more advanced, I learn more about English grammar than I knew was possible, and I become familiar with the way of life of the most powerful people of all time, the Romans. Weighing these differences, I ended up scheduling myself for 5 years of Latin instruction, which to this day I am anything but ashamed to admit.

It was hard for me to develop a journal entry on this topic, but I managed to come up with something quasi-interesting. Several times in my career as a Sales Counselor at Circuit City, I have misused the different types of port specifications when explaining computer graphics to customers. So, I decided to “get off my high horse” and act like a customer; I proceeded to look up the difference between PCI, AGP and ISA, as well as the difference between integrated and upgradeable. This proved to be difficult in several instances because the distinction between these “buses” can be very minute, so I decided to launch a full investigation. What I found definitely amazed me.

I had a general understanding of these ports and I knew that AGP, or advanced graphics port, was the newest and most sophisticated of all the buses; PCI, or Peripheral Connection Interface, was a much more universal bus that several different peripherals connected through, including, of course, the video card; and, finally, ISA, or Industry Standard Architecture, was an older way of connecting peripherals, and now is mainly used to connect modems and sound cards. My quest was to find out what made AGP so much faster than PCI, and PCI faster than ISA. I will not bore you with the complex differences, but it simply comes down to the fact that manufacturers can burn circuits much smaller now, so a wider port can now be placed on a smaller board, making data transfer much faster. So, after much reading and research, I can now confidently say I can very simply or complexly explain the difference between all of these ports.

Since I didn’t attend the activities scheduled throughout “Dragon Week,” I need select another topic. I made, in my opinion, a big decision on Sunday, so I decided to use that decision as the topic of this journal entry. In my unending quest to find myself a legal fix, I failed. What I’ve always liked to do was gamble. I gambled on anything and everything. I was a freshman in high school that would skip school, drive over to the local club, and spend the entire afternoon at the track. I wasn’t alone in my delinquency, three of my best friends were also degenerates and every time one of us wanted to get out, the others kept betting and pulled the smart one back in. We all had our ups and downs in high school, but, for the most part, we always broke even.

For me personally I loved the excitement. Watching a football game and making 100 bucks for doing nothing more than screaming at the television was always the thrill of the week. Honestly, I think I lost years off my life because I’m sure I had more than a few heart attacks when a team lost a back door cover. I didn’t even care about the stress I put on myself when I lost, but I looked at the loses as motivation to win, not as a sign I needed to stop gambling. I was the competitor to end all competitions; I played three sports in high school and was damn good at all of them. That’s what kept me in gambling; it wasn’t the money. If it was the money, I would have stopped because I just kept loosing. It was because I’m a fierce competitor and I did not expect loosing. I

would not be content with anything but winning, and that is why

I do not know if I am a smarter person because I had to learn the hard way or just lost interest in working for money I never get to see. They say experience is the most important thing, and, in that case, I think I have won out! Either way, I feel better about myself and enjoy watching the games. It’s better wanting a team to win than needing a team to win. Besides, I can always go to the casino.

It was hard for me to develop a journal entry on this topic, but I managed to come up with something quasi-interesting. Several times in my career as a Sales Counselor at Circuit City, I have misused the different types of port specifications when explaining computer graphics to customers. So, I decided to “get off my high horse” and act like a customer; I proceeded to look up the difference between PCI, AGP and ISA, as well as the difference between integrated and upgradeable. This proved to be difficult in several instances because the distinction between these “buses” can be very minute, so I decided to launch a full investigation. What I found definitely amazed me.

I had a general understanding of these ports and I knew that AGP, or advanced graphics port, was the newest and most sophisticated of all the buses; PCI, or Peripheral Connection Interface, was a much more universal bus that several different peripherals connected through, including, of course, the video card; and, finally, ISA, or Industry Standard Architecture, was an older way of connecting peripherals, and now is mainly used to connect modems and sound cards. My quest was to find out what made AGP so much faster than PCI, and PCI faster than ISA. I will not bore you with the complex differences, but it simply comes down to the fact that manufacturers can burn circuits much smaller now, so a wider port can now be placed on a smaller board, making data transfer much faster. So, after much reading and research, I can now confidently say I can very simply or complexly explain the difference between all of these ports.

It was hard for me to develop a journal entry on this topic, but I managed to come up with something quasi-interesting. Several times in my career as a Sales Counselor at Circuit City, I have misused the different types of port specifications when explaining computer graphics to customers. So, I decided to “get off my high horse” and act like a customer; I proceeded to look up the difference between PCI, AGP and ISA, as well as the difference between integrated and upgradeable. This proved to be difficult in several instances because the distinction between these “buses” can be very minute, so I decided to launch a full investigation. What I found definitely amazed me.

I had a general understanding of these ports and I knew that AGP, or advanced graphics port, was the newest and most sophisticated of all the buses; PCI, or Peripheral Connection Interface, was a much more universal bus that several different peripherals connected through, including, of course, the video card; and, finally, ISA, or Industry Standard Architecture, was an older way of connecting peripherals, and now is mainly used to connect modems and sound cards. My quest was to find out what made AGP so much faster than PCI, and PCI faster than ISA. I will not bore you with the complex differences, but it simply comes down to the fact that manufacturers can burn circuits much smaller now, so a wider port can now be placed on a smaller board, making data transfer much faster. So, after much reading and research, I can now confidently say I can very simply or complexly explain the difference between all of these ports.

It was hard for me to develop a journal entry on this topic, but I managed to come up with something quasi-interesting. Several times in my career as a Sales Counselor at Circuit City, I have misused the different types of port specifications when explaining computer graphics to customers. So, I decided to “get off my high horse” and act like a customer; I proceeded to look up the difference between PCI, AGP and ISA, as well as the difference between integrated and upgradeable. This proved to be difficult in several instances because the distinction between these “buses” can be very minute, so I decided to launch a full investigation. What I found definitely amazed me.

I had a general understanding of these ports and I knew that AGP, or advanced graphics port, was the newest and most sophisticated of all the buses; PCI, or Peripheral Connection Interface, was a much more universal bus that several different peripherals connected through, including, of course, the video card; and, finally, ISA, or Industry Standard Architecture, was an older way of connecting peripherals, and now is mainly used to connect modems and sound cards. My quest was to find out what made AGP so much faster than PCI, and PCI faster than ISA. I will not bore you with the complex differences, but it simply comes down to the fact that manufacturers can burn circuits much smaller now, so a wider port can now be placed on a smaller board, making data transfer much faster. So, after much reading and research, I can now confidently say I can very simply or complexly explain the difference between all of these ports.

It was hard for me to develop a journal entry on this topic, but I managed to come up with something quasi-interesting. Several times in my career as a Sales Counselor at Circuit City, I have misused the different types of port specifications when explaining computer graphics to customers. So, I decided to “get off my high horse” and act like a customer; I proceeded to look up the difference between PCI, AGP and ISA, as well as the difference between integrated and upgradeable. This proved to be difficult in several instances because the distinction between these “buses” can be very minute, so I decided to launch a full investigation. What I found definitely amazed me.

I had a general understanding of these ports and I knew that AGP, or advanced graphics port, was the newest and most sophisticated of all the buses; PCI, or Peripheral Connection Interface, was a much more universal bus that several different peripherals connected through, including, of course, the video card; and, finally, ISA, or Industry Standard Architecture, was an older way of connecting peripherals, and now is mainly used to connect modems and sound cards. My quest was to find out what made AGP so much faster than PCI, and PCI faster than ISA. I will not bore you with the complex differences, but it simply comes down to the fact that manufacturers can burn circuits much smaller now, so a wider port can now be placed on a smaller board, making data transfer much faster. So, after much reading and research, I can now confidently say I can very simply or complexly explain the difference between all of these ports.

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