Well, my sims are usually whores, so I wonder what that says about innocent me...
I was trying to be sarcastic. I guess my jokes have been going downhill lately.
It was a joke, dude.
My school decided to be "modern" and phased out smart boards. We use 3M Machines now. They're smart boards with projectors that connect to the teacher's conputer and document camera and are installed on the actual whiteboard.
Personally, I don't see what was wrong with smart boards...
"Can I name my child Adolf"
I'd still say journalism, no matter what topic, is a form of art. You have to learn to write in a completely different way than you've been taught your whole life, you have to go out and interview, which takes guts, you have to research, and then you have to actually sit down and write or design a graphic. Stories, unless they're quick news updates, are carefully crafted. Every adjective, every verb, every image is placed with purpose. It's still an art, trust me. Just because an artist chooses to paint a bra rather than the president, does that mean it's not art? The content doesnt dictate the process.
I mean, yeah, there's a lot of celebrity coverage, but that's what people want to hear and people want to hear is what makes companies money. You have to remind yourself that media outlets are companies just like any Wal-Mart or Red Robinthey need moneyand they use the nosy nature of humans to get their profit. Of course, it isn't ALL about money, which is why there are still headlines on important issues (namely in magazines geared towards mid-aged businessmen and women who actually care). It's still there as a watchdog (and it most DEFINITELY watchdogs, doesn't it?), but because of how many media outlets and mediums there are, different companies are forced to compete. That's capitalism at its finest.
I second your notion. I am thoroughly confused.
For me, I honestly don't know what I'm considered as. To Pakistanis, I'm American, but to Ameeicans, I'm Muslim and Pakistani. I think that's what a lot of the American Muslim youth is struggling with: finding an identity.
I would say 99% didn't agree.
And why exactly do you say that?
It looks like you're one of those "the glass is half empty" people.
Just because every other country has done it, that doesn't make it right.