Diary of a Wimpy Kid Journal Entry: Today, I learned a lot about contracts and legal agreements. At school, we had a class on legal contracts and all the key elements and considerations that go into creating one. It was pretty boring, but I know it’s important stuff to learn about.
Then, my mom mentioned something about how much taxes an independent contractor pays. I didn’t really understand what she was talking about, but it got me thinking. I wonder how much taxes I’ll have to pay when I’m older and have my own business. It’s definitely something I’ll have to remember when I’m making a lot of money.
Later on, I overheard my older brother talking about some wagering agreement multiple choice questions. I had no idea what that meant, so I looked it up. Turns out, it’s a legal thing about contracts and gambling. Definitely something I’m not going to get involved in when I’m older.
In other news, I read about UK employment law changes in 2023. It’s crazy how laws can change so much, but I guess it’s important to stay updated and know what’s going on in the world of work.
I also found out about 10 heuristic rules for legal decision making. It was kind of interesting to read about how people make decisions when it comes to law and stuff. Definitely not something I want to do for a living, but still cool to learn about.
I also came across some information about legal ruled vs wide ruled paper. I never knew there was a difference, but I guess it matters when you’re writing important legal documents and stuff.
Last but not least, I stumbled upon a site where you can create api contracts online. It’s pretty crazy how technology can help with legal stuff. I’ll have to remember this when I’m older and need to make my own contracts.
So, that’s what I learned today. A lot of legal stuff and contracts. It’s definitely not the most exciting thing in the world, but it’s important to know about. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll be making my own contracts and agreements. But for now, I’m just going to focus on passing my classes and staying away from any gang classes for law enforcement.