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    inaccurate, and offensive. One of the places to find the most offensive online comments is in the comment section of news articles. In these sections commenters can post offensive content anonymously or under a pseudonym. This anonymity allows the commenter to protect themselves. Their identity is not linked to the offensive content, and the commenter is protected from any social or public backlash. These comments are attached to the news articles and published by anonymous commenters, but with the invitation and permission of news websites. News websites are willingly allowing their comment sections to be a platform for offensive material. Andrea Kates, author and founder of…

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    John Wooden is a teacher and a legendary coach who led his team to a record-breaking number of wins and NCAA Championships. In 2001, he gave a TedTalk focused on his experiences as a teacher and a coach and how they have changed his definition of success. During this TedTalk Wooden gave his own definition of success and talked about the events that led to his forming of this new definition. Wooden also quoted different poems and verses that he felt accurately described what he had come to know…

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    This was the first post I wrote for the event, I wrote it several months ago well before we began to have any victories, most noteworthy, the Black Series poll and the TOR expansion. It doesn't pull it punches and is somewhat harse, but quite accurate. This was written at a time I wasn't sure if we could win and I was gearing up for a lifelong struggle. I now know we can and will win this fight. We will restore the #TrEU. This was written with raw emotion and abandon. The final post will be a…

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    himself is bisexual. Stating in the article, “... identifying as bisexual because in addition to being attracted to women, I could also be attracted to men.” So Mr. Blow is closely related to the topic, so I didn’t expect to hear many counter arguments to his position on sexual fluidity and attraction. So I looked to the comments. Thinking if I was going to find any good argument against sexual fluidity and attraction it would be in the comments. When I got to the comments I was delightfully…

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    Brooks’ Article causes Political Comments David Brooks’ “Dignity and Sadness in the Working Class” clarifies a portion of the unfairness that the working class is subjected to in today’s society. David Brooks’ essay was published on September 20th, 2016 in The New York Times in the Opinion section. The New York Times is a highly-respected newspaper site which delivers “high quality news and information” (“Standards and Ethics”). Brooks starts off his essay by including an anecdote about a…

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    promote their brand. It is one of the easier ways of advertising. Posts are re-tweeted, shared, or liked which provides companies with even more free advertising. The down side to being that publicly available is the negative attacks to the brand, and it happens on both Facebook and Twitter. Negative comments can really affect a brand and can damage a company’s reputation. The important thing companies need to remember when confronted with negative comments in social media is to respond…

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    Other people who I’m close to fell into this category by making racist and classist comments. I feel these individuals didn’t know they were committing oppression, because when I brought up my comments it made them really think. I fell into this category as well. Before I started writing down my journal responses, I hadn’t noticed how some of my thoughts and comments are labeled oppression forms too. What I noticed between me and my friend’s comments is that what was said happened to be smaller…

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    This advertisement features a picture of a Cook Out restaurant sign, with the caption “Every day is a Cook Out day”. This post received 80 comments. There was a wider variety of responses on this advertisement. Just as with the previous post, the majority of posts were of people praising the company for it’s food and service. Some people responded with pictures. One picture was of a styrofoam cookout tray with fan art on the lid. Another picture was of a crowded drive thru line, with a comment…

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    Nt1310 Unit 5 Essay

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    #include /*input and output */ #include /* printf, NULL */ #include /* srand, rand */ #include /* time */ #include /* file operations */ #include /* symbolic constants */ using namespace std; int Gen(int length) { cout << "******************Attempting to write key to file*******************\n"<< endl; int randomData = open("/dev/random", O_RDONLY); // open file to get random values char myRandomData[length]; //determine the length of…

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    Felony Comments Since the early seventies technology has evolved from computers that take up entire rooms to computers that fit in your pocket. With these technological advances communication has become more accessible than ever. People can converse over text messages, email, or phone calls without even being in the same country. An arising problem with this ease of communication is the use of digital media to harass others, more commonly known as cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is most commonly…

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