Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ted Talk- Youth LGBT Movements

I think this may be easier to understand once we discuss it more in class, but I think that for my Ted talk I would like to focus on youth movements within the LGBT, as well as what schools and … Continue reading

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View of Homosexuality in America

I haven’t really gotten the chance to edit yet, I just read it over a little bit. Let me know what needs clarified/expanded on, etc. Thanks! oh, also if you have any creative titles/clever clinchers, suggestions would be greatly appreciated. … Continue reading

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Hounded by Hunger

Acosado de hambre! When Spanish-speaking people are really hungry, they often say “acosado de hambre.” The verb “acosar” is translated as “to hound” or “to harass.” So literally, they are saying that hunger is hounding or harassing them. What do … Continue reading

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Presidential Debate

Woooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. So I missed the debate on Tuesday, and just watched a sort of “highlight reel” of the debate. It was actually really good, and I learned a lot. It was also nice to be able to watch and hear … Continue reading

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Kairos Map- Views on Homosexuality

Here’s my kairos map for views on homosexuality. It’s pretty self-explanatory I guess. The biggest arrows are what many people view homosexuality through. Do they see it through a religious viewpoint, legal viewpoint, do they only see stereotypes, etc. All … Continue reading

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Spray and Pray!

A Troche y Moche A lot of us, at one point or another have driven a car a troche y moche (especially guys… sorry guys, it’s just more of a guy thing…). Have you ridden your bike a troche y … Continue reading

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Not-So-Live Blog

Hi guys! So a little bummed I missed out on the live blogging party, I had water polo practice from 8:30 to 10:15 so the timing didn’t work out too well. I did, however, manage to catch Ryan’s closing argument … Continue reading

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Cast into a Broken Bag

Echar en Saco Roto Echar: to cast + En: in, into + Saco: bag/sack/pocket + Roto: Broken = Echar en saco roto: To cast into a broken bag. This idiom offers a clear mental picture. You throw something into a … Continue reading

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Paradigm Shift Idea

Views on Homosexuality Throughout history, homosexuality has been viewed in many different ways. While I hate to say it, for the most part, people have viewed it negatively. Especially in the past, homosexuality was unacceptable. During the Holocaust, homosexuals were … Continue reading

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Assignment #2 Draft

Send a Hug             “If you really want to touch someone, send them a letter.” These are words that sit at the bottom of a series of ads by the Australian Postal Service. The advertisements depict two people, one very … Continue reading

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