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War of the Words Response

First of all, I just want to point out how cool I think the name “amidst the noise” is. It’s like all these labels and politics and strategies are the noise, and we have to strip it all down to … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage: An Introduction

The issue of same-sex marriage is an argument that all of us have heard, and most of us have strong opinions on. I know very few people that don’t have a preference of legalization or not. Personally, I believe that … Continue reading

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You Threw Stones Against Your Own Roof

This week’s idiom is a little bit less common than usual. In Spanish, they say “tirar piedras contra el propio tejado.” Directly translated, the phrase means “to throw stones against your own roof.” It’s usually used in the context of … Continue reading

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“Rounding the Seasonal Mark”

Here’s the link to my article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/03/opinion/rounding-the-seasonal-mark.html I chose the editorial article “Rounding the Seasonal Mark” from the New York Times. I chose it because, while it is an extremely simple thought, it is something that I never really gave … Continue reading

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Assignment #2 Idea

I’m not exactly sure what I’m going to use for Assignment #2, but I was drawn to these advertisements and think I might like to analyze them. These ads are from Australia’s postal system. The font in the red strip … Continue reading

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It’s Eaten Bread!

You know how I feel about tying my shoes? ¡Es pan comido! How I feel about writing my name? ¡Es pan comido! Riding a bike? ¡Es pan comido! Saying the alphabet? Counting to ten? ¡Pan comido! All of these things … Continue reading

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