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Judge you behind the screen

Humans love to point out faults especially on others. “Why are they out of shape, why does her knee look funny, how can you have your child around strangers?” The list goes on and on. 358 more words

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Media Issue: Desensitization of the Media.

Bodies of men, women, and children lay piled up all around  me; riddled with bullets, showered by the moonlight, open wounds caused by the gleaming, blood stained machetes wielded by the hands of the Kataeb Party, better known as the Phalanges. 1,565 more words

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Social Media is not always your diary

Last night, Twitter was going off. There seemed to have been a huge flux of opinions flying for various reasons. The tirade however came from one individual by the name of Meek Mill. 1,432 more words

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Foundations Interested in Youth Media | The Chronicle of Social Change

The desire to be a journalist — to tell the stories that inspire feeling and change lives — usually kicks in fairly early in life. Many of us discover in high school that a source of great meaning and gratification comes from being able to communicate with others through writing or another form of media. 53 more words

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Welcome to the 21st century...Era of Hypersensitivity

Hey Good people. I was having a discussion with my boyfriend about what is going on in the world. This concept of hypersensitivity is not new. 1,227 more words

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Thank you Glove and Boots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This blog is short and sweet. One of my favorite youtubers, Glove and boots. They just remade the Sinatra classic New York New York.

They could not have summed up modern New York better.

LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Same sex marriage legalized..... Time for the stupidity to show its head

well gals and guys. The United States of America has legalized same sex marriage for all 50 states. This means every state that had held out now has to pass this law and acknowledge same sex marriages. 310 more words

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