“Hitler blamed Jewish people for Germany’s problems. So, it’s only natural that people might get a little nervous when Trump and/or his surrogates make comments about a Muslim registry.”
The 2016 Election is shameful for the United States. Don’t get me wrong. America is a great country, but remaining silent isn’t an option.
I might not be screaming my support for Hillary Clinton from the rooftops, but I’m “with her” (as the social media slogan says). Because all joking aside, Trump saying, “I’ll make America great again” really does sound like something that would have been featured in a Stalin or Nazi Germany propaganda film.
The show invented the love-square.
A writer can’t please everyone. People have different definitions of what makes a piece of writing “well written.”
Viewers deserve the real thing; nobody likes a fake.
Just because the person is dead doesn’t mean his or her life didn’t matter. Even if the idea is naïve, a person’s life should transcend death. A person shouldn’t be irrelevant just because of death. People deserve to be memorialized.
You also need to take care of yourself after experiencing the loss. That means maintaining rituals like Starbucks on Sundays or going to your favorite deli. It isn’t superficial. It’s vital to maintaining your sanity.
People don’t always realize manipulation does not even have to be blatant. It can happen on a smaller level too.
When consent seems to fall somewhere between the spectrum of “yes” and “no,” it should be taken as a “no.”