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I think the Maldives are a better vacation spot. They look amazing and seem to have everything a relaxing vacationer would want. I've never been to either but I heard Dubai is a bit overdone, but the Maldives look amazing. Check out the picture below, I mean who wouldn't want to be there?
I disagree, individual effort is paramount to the conservation of the environment. I strongly believe in the cliche of "Think Globally, Act Locally". By limiting one's own impact on the environment, one can reduce their carbon footprint and hopefully influence others to do the same.
Simply thinking that it's "other people's problem to solve" is the exact apathy that leads to mass environmental damage. If everyone were to do their part to conserve the environment this world would be a much better place.
After watching Pacquiao's fight against Hatton last night, I think it would be impossible to believe there is anyone on this planet that could take him on right now. While Mayweather went out as the best pound for pound fighter in the world, I think him taking off time is going to hurt him too much to come back and fight Pacquiao.
I would like to see the Redskins beef up the offensive and defensive lines, rather than try to get a big name QB or RB. We've tried that many times and it does not work.
I would vote for someone like Michael Oher, the tackle from Ole Miss. Our offensive line only gives Campbell about 1 second before he gets pressure, so I don't think the issue can be solved by getting a new QB.
I think unsolicited "direct marketing" mail should be prohibited. I get so much junk mail at my house every day that just ends up going into the trash. I'm pretty sure I fill up a landfill each year personally just by the amount of junk mail that I throw away. Since most of them are credit card offers I shred them first, but still imagine all of the trees and landfills that could be saved simply by implementing something along the lines of the "do not call" list for mail.