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Me... A Trump Supporter
Perspectively speaking, there is more division than one-sidedness when it comes to where most people stand with Donald Trump as the current President of the United States. However, when it comes to media and news, it’s more the latter than the former so with that said, I stand with our President, and that is about as unpopular as it gets.
I don't report much on media these days because... well, I'll be honest, I don't care. The last few years have been dismal to say the least due to the rhetoric spewed every five seconds about Republicans, Donald Trump, and the right being the worst since Hilter and the Nazi party.
You Wouldn't Have Noticed an Eating Disorder
Out of the many types of eating disorders that people have, I rarely see it discussed in the light that I would like to bring it to. Some people struggle with being unable to control their portions, while others struggle to eat anything at all: Bingeing, bulimia, purging, anorexia, eating addiction, the list goes on, though I don't think there are that many eating disorders either.
Retail Horror Stories Vol. 1: The Needle
Before I tell you one of my stories, I'd like to let ya'll know that I'm writing a book on all of my retail experiences, and would like to get it out there once it's finished, so I'll keep you guys updated on it. This here is just one of my stories that you can read about.
Robby Drew - 'Growth' Album Review
In the age of digital music streaming, I feel that packaging has become a lost art. No one wants to get off their ass, go to a store, and buy music when it's readily available in the palm of their hands. To a degree, it's understandable. There's so much content to consume that having it digitized is the best way to make it accessible. However, I still appreciate the few artists who make the effort to create unique packaging. I look at the cover art, the font, the physical product in which it is encased, the liner notes, or whatever else it may have. It's that extra effort that makes a difference and sets them apart from the sea of artists out there doing the same.
The Thrill of Discovery Challenge
There's something to be said about discovering new things on your own. When someone tells you to check something out, and you enjoy it, it's nothing compared to how you feel when you're discovering it without any point of reference.