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Mr. President

Free speech yes! Debating and having strong opinions and stuff is good for us and Americal. I guess when a president no matter what president, no matter the party, whether George Washington or George Bush, or our current Commander and Chief, I think we have to respect and them and the office they hold. 37 more words

[BRANDING] UNILEVER ON WHY BRANDS SHOULDN'T USE TECHNOLOGY FOR TECHNOLOGY'S SAKE.

Nick Emmel Strategy partner @ Mr President.

Unilever has been working closely with startups and agencies to bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds but says brands must be careful not to end up using technology for the sake of it and in the process end up “irritating consumers”. 702 more words

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Dear Mr. President

I had a different post planned for today.

Until Little Cutie brought me a letter and asked for my help to send it to the President and distribute it wherever I could so her thoughts might be heard. 665 more words

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President Ross Reflection

The first time that I met President Ross was when he came to my leadership class and talked to the class. My role in this conversation was to sit there, pay attention and soak everything in that he was talking about. 193 more words

Motivation

The Mission Part One

By, Dean Sadoski

I was sitting in my living room, as I always do, when I got home from school when suddenly I heard a knock on my door. 236 more words

Original Writings

The regional mag review

Dear readers, watchers, listeners and commentators! blog.de will be closed down by mid-December. So I am putting out everything I have already written until end of November – three times a week. 923 more words

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Mr. President, Your Statements Are Demarketing Nigeria’ - PDP

Press statement from the PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) draws the attention of Nigerians to the harmful consequences of the unabated negative statements from the very father of the nation, President Muhammadu Buhari, on the economy and the general image of the country.

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