Hi Sheldon, love the Welsh name. My father hailed from LLanhilleth, so I'm biased.
I think that the link to the video that Deb provided, when the topic was released, made it quite clear what was being looked for. Also the whole theme of this quarter is focused on what has recently been added to the dictionary (Googled/Chillax and whatever is to come), so the broadness of the topic isn't so wide that you can ignore these distinct guides to topic.
I think being on topic is very important for us to learn as writers; and a website which focuses on 'First World Problems' would (I imagine) 100% reject an article which was written around 'The World's First Problem' -- two totally different subjects.
My answer to your question is that 'Yes' I believe that the entry would be way off subject and score very low in that category. Put yourself in the shoes of someone running a specific website who is looking to start a conversation on First World problems; would a debate about the downfall of Adam and Eve help your site or distract from the issue you wish to discuss?
Just my view; blessings, Graham.
May we all get eyes to see and ears to hear,
A Revelation of His Word, crystal clear.
Admitting our need to be drawn in,
Less of self, more of Him.
My prayer for us all.
God bless us with the Revelation of His Word, Grahamhttp://www.shekinahcloud.com/page/page/8464330.htm