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Ari Gold: A Guide to Being a Good Businessman

HBO’s hit show, Entourage, is a “staple on college campuses”, as students idolize the lives of the rich and powerful.  Some envy the young, handsome movie star, Vincent Chase, as he makes millions of dollars on films and has sex with an uncountable number of young, beautiful women.   2,424 more words

Girls: The End of an Era

Originally published on CultralWeekly.com

For the past five years, I’ve come to connect with and adore this group of obnoxiously self-absorbed and oblivious group of “friends” that has given new life to HBO. 589 more words

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PunchFarm is a group of friends who love movies, tacos and beer. I recently heard them for the first time (Thanks, Rebekah Fieschi!), and thought, these fun people could be my friends. 512 more words


Totally Deep Discussions: On violence in entertainment media, Part IV: Consequences

The consequences of being exposed to violence in entertainment media, and honestly news media as well, on a large scale are hard to pinpoint; it’s also very tricky because this affects people, and no two people are 100 percent alike. 586 more words

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Entertainment Media: A White World

In the past, I’ve touched on different themes in the media world, including stereotypes in entertainment media, fake news, and the myth of the American dream. 1,296 more words

Totally Deep Discussions: On violence in entertainment media, Part III: Reasons

Probably the most prominent underlying reason for violence in entertainment media stems from the reason that violent forms exist in present day period, that of which is a psychological reason. 634 more words

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Totally Deep Discussions: On violence in entertainment media, Part II: Types

Generally, violence in entertainment media falls into two categories: implicit violence and explicit violence.

Implicit violence happens in various ways, but the idea is that the violence is happening off-camera. 402 more words

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