Dunno, Either a medical assistant, or a teacher [preferably a preschool- 4th grade teacher]. But then I want to be one of those people who like get thumb prints and then all the evidence and say, "Bobby, You killed him!", But I can't be someone idk even know what they're called.
So far, I want to be a historian with a focus on Japanese history.
Picture below is the battle of Kamikaze 神風 (Divine wind, wind of the gods, godly wind, There are a number of ways to translate that.) Hundreds of years atrás Mongolia when at the height of it's empire invaded Japan, the Mongolian government wanted Japão to pay tax money to Mongolia. Naturally the proud Japanese government refused, The Mongolians responded peacefully por sending in diplomats who wanted to reason with the Japanese emperor, all of these diplomats where executed por the Japanese before they could get the message to the emperor. The Mongolians then threatened to go to war against the Japanese but again the letter was lost with the executed diplomat. So the Mongolians tried to invade Japão who then fought back. The Japanese won because of a large storm (Depicted here) that wiped out the less experienced Mongolian army. No matter how much the Mongols tried, the Japanese always pushed them back, so the Mongols gave up. My perfil picture is one of a Japanese Samurai taking out a Mongolian swordsman without even using his sword. Samurai FTW XD
All throughout history the Japanese have been winning one war after another, the military strategies that the Japanese developed where far mais advanced than the western strategies at the time, war strategies like the Japanese strategies did not appear until about WWI in the early 1900s. War was part of Japanese culture, they where at constant warfare, you where either a Samurai, a foot solderer or a farmer growing arroz for the samurai and foot solderers. Japão had never lost a war until WWII where they where stopped due to western technology. They won against the USSR during the Meiji era and won, the fought against other Japanese clans almost all of the time until the Edo era when the Tokugawa family united all of the Japanese clans. Japanese martial arts are of the most refined in the world, Japanese weapons are considered por many to be the best bladed weapons ever made. When WWII ended and Japão was left in ruins por America and the economy was the worst it has ever been, America helped Japão get back on it's feet, made it's new government (Based on the British government) and still today claim to help the Japanese. After the loss of the war Japão had agreed never to start another war, they still have a military but that is like saying Switzerland has a military, it's there for defense purposes but most of it's military power lays in it's allies (Mainly America in this case.) Most of you all know that Japão was recently hit por an earthquake, the Japanese military is now helping out with earthquake relief. Any longer and this will have to be made an article. Any questions?
I will become a fighter pilot. it is so coz i want to fly and also i want die for my country... it is the job in which i would have a respectable life and also honorable death... my dead body will come in Tricolored flag of India and it would be breaking news and i will stay in history forever..........
When I grow up I want to be a biologist,(still figuring out in what field I'm gonna be in, but most likely I'll be a paleontologist or a herpetologist, but any other fields work well to my interest for me too) and become a nature photographer :D
I want to go to college at Abilene Christian universidade (go Wildcats!), get a degree in zoology, settle down in a large house with my three kids (Oldest boy, Luke, girl, Lilianna, girl, Lexi. I can't make that happen, but it's what I want nonetheless) and the amor of my life. I may also be a Greek mythologist. Who cares that I'm 13 and still have my whole life planned out?