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Mahmoud Daboul Prof. She licks her fingers. The countdown begins. Sonya grabs a handful of crabcake and pushes it into her mouth.
It is gone in an instant and she pushes in more, masticating like a machine. She eats with one hand, using the other to take sips from a bottle. After one minute it is announced she has eaten eight.
All around her are scenes of farce and horror. Food and water and a combination of the two drip down faces as the contestants seek to push in more. Nine minutes in and Sonya has eaten 43 crabcakes. The last seconds are excruciating and messy as the competitors try to force in a few last mouthfuls.
It looks terribly painful.
Then, at last, it is over. There is a pause as the judges add up the numbers. And then it is announced that Sonya has eaten 46 crabcakes. It is a new record.
She is thrilled. Discuss the following questions. What is your own reaction to such contests? Why or why not? How often do you do the following? Discuss the statements in exercise 2. Imagine that you all live on the beautiful but remote tropical island of Nauru, where the discovery of mineral resources has brought great wealth to the population.
Everyone has benefited financially and nothing is lacking. Discuss how you would each spend your time and money on the island. What would be the positive and negative aspects of such a life? Arrange the following in the order in which they are mentioned.