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Keep Calm and Carry On

Churchill might have spoken about fighting the enemy on the beaches, but I have determined that my front door is where I shall start, swiftly followed by my router and finally the TV. 1,178 more words

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Glorification vs Information in Tragedies

A former student wrote a very thoughtful post on Facebook in the wake of the shootings in Chattanooga. In it, she said she wanted to see people focus more on the memories of the victims than on sensationalizing the shooter. 618 more words

Wake Up And Smell The Coffee People ...

racism
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noun … the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, esp. so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. 760 more words

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Watch As This BBC Reporter Gets Peed On By A Little Lamb

The unpredictable nature of reporting the news live on TV has always given the Internet a wealth of quality material to laugh at. This video is no exception. 96 more words

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CAN WE HAVE MORE POSITIVE & TOURISM-FRIENDLY NEWS REPORTS, PLEASE?

LAST week, I received a call from an old friend in England. He’s thinking of going for a faraway vacation with his family and there are a few countries on his list of potential destinations. 1,175 more words

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The write choice

The write choice
Subhayan Dutta letters@hindustantimes.com
Hindustan Times (Kolkata)
Jun 20 2015

KOLKATA: With the job market demanding versatility from candidates, students are scouting for courses that would allow them to work on multiple platforms. 557 more words

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