I’m sure many people would probably make blanket statements that are hard to understand…”don’t write about something too grandiose” “don’t write about something too mundane” “don’t make it too intellectual-sounding” “don’t make it sound like intellectualism is not a part of your life”–but the best advice I can give is figure out a writing style that works for you, and run with it. If you look hard enough, you will find people in your life who know you well enough to give you tips on your writing style while staying true to yourself and making it genuine. Take this advice with a grain of salt. Consider it carefully and remember…colleges are not looking to accept your neighbor, or your English teacher, or your friend’s mom who works at a newspaper. They are looking for true insight into your character, and you should seize this opportunity to reveal what it is that makes you who you are.
Our dough is made fresh by hand in House using only quality ingredients and bakes up light and crisp. Each shell is topped with our own sauce made of choice tomatoes and lightly seasoned to perfection! We also shred fresh our own blend of Italian cheeses to create the perfect taste and melt for your pizza. Perfect taste is enhanced when you add your favorite toppings! How about cool banana peppers & black olives with extra cheese or spicy pepperoni, sausage, and mushrooms? Stop by our downtown Erie Pizza shop and try our cuts of pizza by the tray (24 cuts) or one at a time topped how YOU want them… one cut or 100 its up to YOU! Our goal is to provide our customers with the most wholesome, delicious, handmade pizza and COOKIES each and every day. No freezers, No fryers at Virgil’s Plate. Seriously… the best pizza in Erie!
The life of a commercial diver is somewhat less stable than that of a traveling salesman or mercenary soldier. He does not make his own schedule and has little control over his own fate, which is one reason why divers between jobs have a reputation for, as Newsum puts it, “living hard.” The diver never knows when his next job will come, but as soon as he gets called for an assignment, he must head directly to the nearest port or helicopter pad. A successful diver will work offshore about 160 days a year, cumulatively. A job might last a day, or two months. Work is most consistent, at least in the Gulf of Mexico, in the warmer months, from late March through November, but hurricane season falls within that period. Hurricanes are a mixed blessing—they disrupt ongoing jobs, but they create new ones.