Karlee Jones replied to Danielle Peterson's discussion Sweetgirl
"How might this book relate to your life personally? You described how you felt emotionally attached when reading, why is that?"
Monday
Karlee Jones replied to Devan Spencer's discussion Alice & Oliver : Charles Bock
"How might it affect a families overall relationship when a mother or father figure is no longer there to play the role they once had?"
Monday
Karlee Jones posted a discussion
“You can’t just decide to be happy.” (306)It seems like in the world today no one is happy with their own life. People are always trying to be someone they're not, wanting things that they can’t have. Always comparing their own life to the lives of…
Monday
Karlee Jones replied to Karlee Jones's discussion How Pleasure Works
"Pleasures of eating things that aren't normal, like toilet paper or dish soap ect. Although 9/10 people would find the opposite from pleasure in these things, there is that one person who enjoys it. Pornography would also be an example of something…"
Nov 18, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Karlee Jones's discussion How Pleasure Works
""What matters most is not the world as it appears to our senses. Rather, the enjoyment we get from something derives from what we think that thing is. This is true for intellectual pleasures, such as the appreciation of paintings and stories, and al…"
Nov 18, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Sydney Renning's discussion The Sport's Gene
"How might someone use their genes as a form of motivation?"
Oct 25, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Ashley Feld's discussion Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis
"How might the differences and hardships in peoples lives alter what kind of life they go on to live and who they become?"
Oct 25, 2016
Karlee Jones posted a discussion
Why do people like the things they eat? Why do people like the things that they see? Do they really understand the scientific reasoning behind their own likes and dislikes? When it comes to the things we like, people don’t fully understand why. I ch…
Oct 25, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Karlee Jones's discussion Born To Run
"“If you don't think you were born to run you're not only denying history. You're denying who you are.”

Were people really born to run? One might ask themselves this question while looking at the cover of the book. Many would answer no, but Christo…"
Oct 5, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Sydney Renning's discussion Quiet
"How might introverts and extroverts use their different personalities to accomplish the same task?"
Sep 20, 2016
Karlee Jones posted a discussion
“The best runner leaves no tracks.” (0) This quote from the book Born To Run is a great metaphor explaining many aspects of life, but not only running. Leaving physical tracks or digital tracks is not only sloppy but it also opens up a window for fo…
Sep 20, 2016
Karlee Jones replied to Ashley Feld's discussion Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
"How might the justice system today change in the future?"
Sep 19, 2016
Karlee Jones is now a member of polkingclassroom
Sep 19, 2016