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Should a “Mister America” contest exist?

March 22, 2018

Miss America is an annual competition that allows women 17-25 to compete for a national crown. Founded in 1921, competitors are judged based on their talent performances and interviews. The winner then tours the US with “Miss America” prestige and promotes her particular platform of interest. With this in mind, is a Mister America contest long overdue?

  • Yes
  • No

If I could no longer see a specific color, I’d choose…

January 2, 2017

There is a countless number of colors in the world. All colors that exist in the spectrum can be warm or cold, vivid or pastel. They all cause physiological reactions in the human body, affecting one way or another on the consciousness of the human emotional and even physiological state. Some colors excite your nervous system, and there are those which, on the contrary, soothe it. Each color is a symbol of something, and each color carries a particular message. It causes a whole chain of associations and reactions. Now, imagine for a moment that fantastically you lost the ability to see one of the colors. But you can choose which color you want to opt out.

What color would you choose?

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Violet

If you could only see the world in one color for a month, which would you choose?

Probably you heard the idiom “to look through rose-colored glasses”. It means to see things in unduly cheerful, optimistic, or favorable way.

Now, imagine for a moment that everything around is literary pink or another color. Everything that surrounds you (people, objects, nature, etc.), must be turned in only one color for one week. And you can make your choice. For example, select your favorite or most enjoyable color. Or make a selection by other criteria.

So, if there was such a possibility, what color would you choose?

  • 1. Orange
  • 2. Yellow
  • 3. Green
  • 4. Azure
  • 5. Blue
  • 6. Purple
  • 7. Pink
  • 8. Red
  • 9. White
  • 10. Brown
  • 11. Gray
  • 12. Black