I'm finishing up an essay and am trying to suss out the best footnote policy. Anything that I'm quoting or that isn't my own idea I'm both citing and footnoting, but there's a large portion of the essay (about four pages worth) that is literally my own opinion based on seeing the building I'm discussing in person. Do I footnote that? If so how?
A long while back I misplaced a hair brush. I finally found it, but now it's absolutely full of dust. Is there any way to clean it so that it's usable again? It's one of those plastic brushes with the hair-like bristles.
what's the last crazy/random coincidence or fun fact that you found out that kinda made you go "whoa!"???
mine would be randomly watching a documentary about Kurt Cobain and seeing one of my co-workers in it! Turns out he was one of the last people to see Kurt Cobain alive and he was his limo driver.
If you could do any three things exceptionally well that you currently either can't do at all, or can only do to a mediocre standard, what would they be?
Are you already really good at something? If so, what? Would you trade in your current ability for a different ability?