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    It seems nowadays everyone has that friend that is constantly traveling the world claiming to be “following their wanderlust” and “living their best life”. Posting a picture on a Monday from a European countryside and then by Friday posting one from a tropical paradise in Bali, how does a millennial only a few years out ...
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    Thank goodness the world has come a long way with emojis in the last couple years. We finally have the ability to select the race of any people emojis! Not to mention having an avocado and a middle finger when the mood fits. #bigwin BUT in my opinion there are some glaring gaps and in-balances ...
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    Although Facebook has lost its charm for many young people, who have tended to migrate over to Twitter or Instagram as more of their grandmothers begin posting unironic minion memes, I have always liked it for some of its practical elements. Notifications about birthdays keep me on good terms with acquaintances, event reminders are useful ...
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    Here in the United States of America, we have the right to free speech.  Because we have the right to say whatever we want, unnecessary hate speech is rampant. One group that has mastered the art of unnecessary hate speech is white Americans. What else do you expect from a group of people whose history is ...
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    One of the most difficult aspects of finishing school, moving away, and becoming an adult is without question adjusting to the fact that your ability to see and visit with old friends is about to be drastically changed. This can be an extreme challenge for many, particularly when they find themselves homesick, lonely, and struggling ...
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    When our POTUS tweeted early Wednesday morning, it sent shockwaves through our nation. His tweet was straight to the point, leaving no further explanation. “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. ...
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    We see it all the time, Facebook posts of people stating they are giving up technology or giving up social medias. Certainly it is healthy to shift focus from time to time, but to disconnect completely for any length of time is a disservice. I will set my phone down during certain periods of the ...
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    Music teasers leave us in exciting suspense, Millennials. Music artists may post a teaser, preview or snippet on their Instagram account to a new song they are working on, or that is about to come out and that they are about to release. These may be for fifteen seconds, seventeen seconds or even longer. Some ...
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    We’ve seen it all over social media for the last decade, “Like for Like”, “Comment for Comment” or “I follow back.” There is nothing new about reciprocating social media love but the startup of Instagram Pods is the grown-up version of the tactic we all have used at one time or another to grow our ...
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    Did Conor McGregor cross the line, or has hateful promotion become an acceptable norm? As of July 14, Conor McGregor and Floyd “Money” Mayweather wrapped up their four stop press tour in London. This tour was meant to be a promo for the upcoming billion dollar event, scheduled to take place on August 26, 2017, ...