i was in journalism for three years in high school and this is basic stuff people. YOU CHECK YOUR SOURCES. if something’s trending on twitter, don’t just trust twitter! get to the bottom of it! that’s just lazy journalism.
I think this is for my parents, who allowed me to live my dream and with this award I’d like to tell parents out there to let their children live their dream. This is only possible because they believed in me more than I believed in myself and they’ve been so supportive and so encouraging. Living away from family is not easy, but to always make feel like they’re there for me no matter what, this wouldn’t be possible without the two of you so thank you.
Ebola! Very hard to contract. Do EVERYTHING we can to stop it. Close the border. Cancel flights. Quarantine nurses
who have no symptoms. Spend weeks covering it in an alarmist paranoid
fashion. Kills ZERO people who contracted it in America because of our
medical expertise. Ebola is a public health threat yells all of the
bloggers. The govt needs to do whatever it takes.
Measles! Very easy to contract. Be asked to do the bear minimum by vaccinating your children
for the sake of herd immunity and for the sake of community? Neva
because CNN isn’t freaking out about it. Neva because freedddddommmmmmm
and libertyyyyyyy. 102 confirmed cases in the U.S. so far this year of
measles. A disease that still killed 18 people a day around the world in
2008 and there is still 20 million measles cases every year around the
world. Measles, an actual threat, yells all of the bloggers is not a
problem for my child. My son is safe because I say so. The govt needs to
stay out of my life.
My gf’s was going under some minor surgery today, so from 8-7 I was in the hospital as the election fallout was taking place. It was freaking hilarious. All I had for entertainment was CNN on in the waiting rooms. Apparently when things aren’t going to script, they lose their shit.