About to go to Firefighting Academy to become a Firefighter once this semester is over. I'm not going back to college. I never liked my degree and never wanted to finish it anyways. Don't want to spend my professional life in front of a computer. My parents think I only have one year left, but I don't play on finishing it. If anything, I will start halfway over if I later decide to do become and EMT or Paramedic in 5 or 10 years.
Our government is full of people looking to fulfill their own personal needs rather than those of the country's. The current president, who owns a chain of supermarkets and other businesses, doesn't seem to be helping the poor distribution of wealth in the country. Nobody seems conscious that the capital's infrastructure is absolutely terrible in the sense that there is no structure. The city was supposed to be built with the smaller buildings towards the coast and the larger ones towards the mainland so the entire city could feel the sea breeze. The sewage system wasn't designed to support such a large city. Nobody would've thought that the city would've grown so much so quickly, but people looking for a good profit have completely disregarded the sense of order we once had.
Traffic jams are common; the streets aren't wide enough; the industrial area is in the very middle of the city; the cops won't give you a hundred dollar bribe if you just hand them over a twenty. Just getting a position for a few days can tell you just how corrupt everyone is, not just the government. Hospitals, tollgates, banks, lawyers--whatever.