The Greater Fool
I’ve been sitting and staring at this on and off for about a week, just wondering where to start? How can you distil all you have seen and done in a year to a summary? The answer is you can’t. Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes of being Youth President, a year full of lows and highs.
When I took up this role a year ago, I started off by saying I was a Geek. I think it’s fair to say that if you’ve met me this year then that became pretty clear quickly, perhaps by the random quote from a movie or comic, the Loot Crate t-shirt or the enthusiastic conversation engaged in the moment you mentioned any TV show! I let you all know that my social media posts were full of these Geeky comments and my daily complaints, in particular about trains and travel. One year later travel is still one of my major complaints, but let’s be honest here; it’s everyone’s complaint as well!
One year ago, I said that I wanted to be “The Greater Fool”. It’s an economics theory that the price of an object is not determined by its intrinsic value, but Read the full article on the Methodist Website