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A Study of Autumn

“Ron, you just would not believe all the neighbors I saw walking this morning,” I said to my husband this morning. “It is the first day of fall and people I had not seen for months were outside doing all kinds of chores.” He chuckled and poured us both a cup of coffee. 357 more words

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The Wild and Wonderful Whites

Ok so this was one of the first times I’ve ever been exposed to anything like the Whites. It all came as a shock to me. 363 more words

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The American Way

Ronovan’s Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge gave us the words:  DRIVE and PSYCHO to work with this week.  Remember anyone can participate in this challenge.

I live in the South and politics is a favorite pastime for everyone but… 23 more words

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The Wonderful and Wild Whites of West Virginia

When the first scene of this documentary came on, it almost seemed that a family like this was too ridiculous to exist. As the film went deeper into detail about the White family and their interactions with each other and the world around them, it became very depressing to realize that this was a reality for these people living in Appalachia. 502 more words

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The Wild and Wonderful Whites

A documentary centered around drugs, guns, broken families, and struggling children draws lots of attention. At first shocking, perhaps even funny, but as the film rolls on a different side begins to emerge, sadness and disgust. 211 more words

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The Wild and Wonderful Whites

The documentary we watched in class today doesn’t do a whole lot of justice to the people living in the appalachia area. While wondering around with the White family you got to see their life style, and to be honest it wasn’t that pleasant. 309 more words

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The Internet: A School of Wizardy

Danah Boyd talks about the “magic” of the Internet, social media in particular. An aspect in our lives that is so integrated, a belief that great things come to be because of social media and that we have never reached this high before in our progress as people. 836 more words

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