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"Image courtesy of Shutterstock"? I don't think that's how that works.
OH: "He works for HBO, but he can't afford HBO. He says they should give it to him."
If Twitter suggests I follow you, I click your profile link. That pop-up shows me your last 2 tweets. My entire decision is based on them.
There's something to be said for secrets. Especially in the age of personal branding and oversharing.
Apparently, to be a real man, you must be endlessly worried about whether or not other men think of you as a "real man."
I guess the most disappointing thing about the Internet is that instead of connecting different people, it helps us find peers in isolation.
What do you do when an artform's main audience is also the worst of humanity? http://www.polygon.com/2014/7/22/5926193/women-gaming-harassment …
That moment when you realize you follow people who believe your gender, race, or personhood is wholly invalid. Sorry; thought I was real.
Consider your peers. In our new globally connected world, our tribes are no longer based on race or class, but on What We Will Not Tolerate.
Can I be pro-Israel and pro-Palestine? What I'm saying is, can I be pro-people not killing each other? Is that still a thing?