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The Stress and the Bliss The Awkward In-Betweens in Life Summer should be a time of relaxation and enjoyment. A time where there are no assignments due at midnight or an 8 AM class the next day. It is during this time, however, where I feel the most stressed out and anxiety filled. The show Phineas and Ferb states it best when they state that there is so much pressure to enjoy summer vacation. Not only this but how do you transition from doing every activity you possibly can to waiting and having free time? I have compiled a list of helpful tips on how to survive this in-between spot. This spot of being in the middle is a problem faced by every generation. For the sake of this article, I will be telling it from the coming home from a college perspective.
What is wrong? Anne Roiphe wrote a blog post, “Why Marriages Fail,” found on blog.sina.com and published by SINA Cooperation stating her argument on why marriages fail. This post contains information on why this century lacks everlasting happy ever afters. Roiphe states that poor communication, entrapment, and lack of self-control in a marriage will cause the marriage to fail.
Continuing the Search for Kinder Executions Mark Essig, in his essay, "Continuing the Search for Kinder Executions," explains the impossible search for a simple way to handle judicial murder. Judicial murder, also known as the capital punishment, uses pancuronium bromide to "humanely" execute those who have a conviction for a capital crime. Pancuronium bromide is a drug that paralyzes muscles but does not affect the nerves. Leaving its victims wide awake, but immobilized, as they painfully suffocate. Although many find the death penalty a better way to dispose of criminals, the author's stance on capital punishment disagrees entirely.