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I are an ESL student. My parents may have taught me Russian, but I think I learned English from TV. That might be why I developed a speaking impediment that required three years of speech therapy to correct. One time … Continue reading
I’ve been mulling over the solution oriented journalism route that I had envisioned for myself and have decided against it. In the course of conducting research, I’ve realized, first off, that there’s plenty of people besides myself that are not … Continue reading
I’m done with school, which means that I’m now looking for employment. I consider myself to be an able individual. I can read (ladies?). I can lift heavy things and dig holes (ladies?). I’m a good learner (fellas?). I’m pretty cuddly (kitties?). And I think that a parenthetical remark punctuated by a question mark means eyebrows up (editors?). But I want to put my efforts and talents to good use.
Sure, I could come up with an evil pun Continue reading
Along my daily travels on the Internet, I make a number of stops, including one at Rawstory.com. Lately, however, I’m thinking of taking it off my list of frequently visited sites because of how partisan the organization seems to me, as evidenced by the attention the site gives to the inane and scandalous. What the editors of Rawstory and sites like it might not realize, however, is the potential harm their articles and the comments that follow may cause to REAL PEOPLE.
Usually, these sorts of articles strike me as harmless wastes of time. Case in point: Continue reading