This month's essay. DANCETRON.
An essay on DancetronThe subject of Dancetron has been covered intensively by the world press over the past decade. Advancments in Dancetron can be linked to many areas. Cited by many as the single most important influence on post modern micro eco compartmentalism, it is yet to receive proper recognition for laying the foundations of democracy. Often it is seen as both a help and a hinderence to those most reliant on technology, who just don't like that sort of thing. With the primary aim of demonstrating my considerable intellect I will now demonstrate the complexity of the many
faceted issue that is Dancetron.
Comparisons between Roman Society and Medieval Society give a clear picture of the importance of Dancetron to developments in social conduct. I will not insult the readers inteligence by explaining this obvious comparison any further. When Sir Bernard Chivilary said 'hounds will feast on society'  he was clearly refering to the impact of Dancetron on today's society. Both tyranny and democracy are tried and questioned. Yet Dancetron raises the question 'why?'
When one is faced with people of today a central theme emerges - Dancetron is either adored or despised, it leaves no one undecided. Society is powered by peer pressure, one of the most powerful forces in the world. As long as peer pressure uses its power for good, Dancetron will have its place in society.
The dictionary defines economics as 'the social science concerned with the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services'. We will primarily be focusing on the Custard-Not-Mustard model, a classic economic system of analysis.
The results displayed in the graph are too clear to be ignored. Recent studies indicate that transport costs sings a very different tune. What it all comes down to is money. Capitalists love Dancetron.
Machiavellian politics is rife. Are our leaders justified in pursuing and maintaining political power? Politicians find it difficult to choose between what has become known in politics as - 'The two ways' - Dancetron and ones own image of themselves.
In the words of one of the great political analysts Odysseus Tuigamala 'A man must have his cake and eat it in order to justify his actions.'  He was first introduced to Dancetron by his mother. If Dancetron be the food of politics, play on.
While Dancetron may be a giant amongst men, is it a dwarf amongst policy? I hope not.
We can conclude that the Dancetron must not be allowed to get in the way of the bigger question: why are we here? Putting this aside its of great importance. It enlightens our daily lives, brings glamour to an unglamorous time and statistically it's great.
I will leave you with the words of Hollywood's Mariah J. Fox: 'Oooh yeah Dancetron shoo badaby dooo.'