Originally posted by jossimbyr
Don't write about anything political...
Right on. If your professor leans the other way, it may cloud their judgment. Let him/her grade the paper on it's technical merit, not some subjective "feeling."
It works the other way, too. I was once assigned to write a scientific paper on any topic. A scientific paper has sections such as theory, experimental data, and summary. While the other students bored the professor with actual dry scientific papers, I entertained him with a paper on "The Particle Theory of Dark." In technically precise language I explained how dark
, shadows and such, was made up of tiny particles which were repelled by their opposite, light
. The subject was ludicrous, but the paper was technically well written - I got an "A."
Oh yeah, back on topic... I bought the R/T 'cause Popular Mechanics rated it best bang for the buck in its class and because I fell for the styling - big time. The LH's don't look like any other car out there.