My Hypothesis — SmilingDogTheProfWants

  1. Childhood obesity
  2. The blame for childhood obesity
  3. The parents fault of giving their child fast food
  4. If parents were more responsible they wouldn’t give their kid fast-food several times a week
  5. If parents didn’t buy fast food for their kids they wouldn’t be obese
  6. Children are to blame for their own obesity because of their heavy desire for fast food and (a) parent’s work schedule.

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3 Responses to My Hypothesis — SmilingDogTheProfWants

  1. davidbdale says:

    Children can’t possibly be responsible for their parents’ work schedule, SmilingDog.
    That’s sloppy.
    This is an important assignment that will guide the rest of your semester’s research. Make it the best you can. Make it better.
    And respond, please, before midnight.
    I need to decide whether or not to use your Hypothesis as an example.
    You have time to make it an Exemplary Model of excellence.


    • SmilingDogTheProfWants says:

      I have created a revised version. I made the mistake of making this while I was tired while on top of waiting until the last minute to think of an idea. The revised version contains the points I was going to include in the final paper but is very visibly not in this one. The parent’s schedule thing was part of a different topic that I had in mind initially but I seem to have bled it through into the final product for no reason. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.


      • davidbdale says:

        I’ve seen your new version and responded to it, SmilingDog. It’s better. I appreciate your effort. No need to apologize; this is an ongoing assignment that will continue to improve over the next few weeks. More can be done already with your Revised version. Just keep at it until it develops into something you’re really proud of and eager to pursue.


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