The title was really supposed to be self explanatory. Just in case, however, this page is for all those posts that people really liked… or didn’t like and made fun of, like Rebecca Black’s “Friday”. In order to keep you as a reader, I’ll not go there.
A Millisecond. This one, in my opinion, is the best post I’ve written so far. I hope to beat it, one day, but it’s tough. This one follows the story of a soldier in Afghanistan. If I say any more, I’d ruin it, so please, take a read. I’ve received a plethora of positive feedback from this post, and so, if one has to read just one thing on this blog, I’d recommend that he or she read this. Trust me.
Homecoming: Expectations Vs. Reality, is a piece about how homecoming at Monta Vista, my high school, has turned from a unifying thing to a mess for our school. I didn’t think it was the best piece, but hey, the people did. Power to the peeps.
Longer Than a Lifetime. One of my favorite posts of all time. It’s up there with the best I’ve written. It’s one of those that is touching, and I can tell you that it came from deep within my heart.
From the Eyes of a Monta Vistian has been called “insightful” by quite a few people. And others have liked the post, but disagreed with what it says, which is understandable since they went to Monta Vista. You’ll get it when you read it.
The Value of College, Featuring Team Phys-X, is one of those nostalgic posts of mine for my friends from Northwestern University’s High School Physics Honors Summer Course in 2011. It is tribute to them that is supposed to tell us about the value of getting a college degree, not just from the monetary standpoint, but from the life one.
The Merits of Politics is a piece that explains the game of politics to those who feel themselves to be out of the know. It’s basically a crash course on politics that people tend to enjoy reading. I’ve gotten a ton of comments about how good it was, although I personally didn’t think it was that great.
The Advantage of Mortality is a piece that explains why death is a good things for humans. A weird topic, but people have changed after they read it (note, I didn’t say how much they changed). I think it’s a good argument, but then again, I wrote it.