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Time Capsule Assignment
Transcript of Time Capsule Assignment
My name is Marq Carnice, 20 year old, male and I was born on february 20, 1996 in Philippines. I like to play computer games and badminton. My favorite childhood memories is not paying bills and as a kid, I really enjoy dancing and all sort of stage shows. Any kind of stage show at school, I was always there , but today I will just sit with my friends and watch the stage show.
My Favorite Story from Grandma:
challenged each other to see which of them could fly highest, while carrying a sack of the same size.
The first crow filled his sack with cotton and laughed at the other crow who had filled his, instead with salt which was much heavier.
When, however, it began to rain, as the second crow had expected, the salt began to dissolve.
The cotton absorbed the rain water and became so heavy that the first crow did not even have the strength t0 let off the ground and he had to admit defeat.
Where I lived and visited:
Future life plans:
When I was a kid my dream is to be an army, to help people, and as the time goes by, I have other dreams, sometimes, I want to be a pilot, doctor and other interesting dreams like to be an agent. But now I have grown up, now I know what I want to be and I want to be a successful nurse someday.
3002 — Global population reaches 10 billion or more
3015 — Humans are becoming intimately merged with machines
3029 — Major extinctions of animal and plant life
3038 — Glacier volume in the Everest region has declined by half
Time Capsule Assignment
Where I want to go:
Throughout Rodrigo Duterte’s presidential campaign, it didn’t much seem as though the renegade Davao City mayor cared whether what he was saying was offensive or politically correct. He “joked” about not getting the chance to rape an Australian minister who was taken hostage, raped and killed in his country in 1989. He says he’ll execute 100,000 criminals. And, while Pope Francis was visiting Manila, causing massive traffic jams in the capital, Duterte said he felt like calling up the spiritual leader of most of his country’s population and telling him: “Pope, son of a whore, go home. Don’t visit anymore.”
But now that he's been elected, his tone, at least toward the pope, has softened. On Thursday, Duterte’s spokesman said a trip to Rome was in the works, during which the then-president would “explain to the pope and ask for forgiveness.” The spokesman didn’t include a schedule but said that it was one of Duterte’s “top priorities.”
Almost 90 percent of the Philippines’ population is Roman Catholic, but Duterte says that although he was raised in the faith, he no longer practices it. He has often spoken strongly in favor of birth control and contraception, which puts him at odds with the official Vatican line.
Catholic leaders in the Philippines were quick to denounce Duterte’s comments at the time, but that had little effect at the polls. He used the phrase “son of a whore” liberally on the campaign trail and lobbed it at the current president, Benigno Aquino III, too. Later, in an attempt to moderate the impact of his statement about the pope, Duterte called it a “stray bullet” that issued from his propensity to use foul language.
Duterte will officially become president on June 30.
Philippine president-elect wants to apologize to pope for calling him a ‘son of a whore’