‘Roseanne’ reboot mirrors reality

‘Roseanne’ reboot mirrors reality

Let’s play a game. It’s the mid ‘90s. I am a newly revolutionary breakout sitcom that has hit the waves of American syndication. I star a loud-mouthed, opinionated matriarch heading a hectic family struggling to make ends meet. My husband is an easygoing drywall contractor. My sister is a neurotically gullible victim of low self-esteem. My daughter is a sarcastic tomboy. 

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Timeless wristwatches will never go out of style

Timeless wristwatches will never go out of style

I still remember recieving my first wristwatch on May 15, 2006. The cold stainless steel backing chilled my wrist for a moment before I cinched the band tight. It felt, to a 12-year-old back in 2006, like I was preparing for some daring adventure. It was akin to strapping into a flight suit or attaching some tactical James Bond-themed equipment to my person before raiding a Russian submarine base. 

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Trump hush agreement is hardly surprising

Trump hush agreement is hardly surprising

Just 11 days before the 2016 election, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer paid porn star Stormy Daniels to keep her alleged affair with the presidential candidate under wraps. Now, with news breaking surrounding the affair, Daniels could be forced to pay up to $1 million every time she speaks out about the event, due to a non-disclosure agreement she is currently fighting.

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Facebook users shouldn’t be shocked about data breach

Facebook users shouldn’t be shocked about data breach

Just weeks ago, Facebook was nothing more than an innocent distraction we used to pass the time at work. Though as of last week, it might as well have adopted the role of “1984’s” Big Brother after they discovered that Facebook had handed over more than 50 million user profiles to a data analytics company without their consent, according to The New York Times. 

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Clean drinking water isn’t a privilege; it’s a human right

Clean drinking water isn’t a privilege; it’s a human right

April 25, 2014: In efforts to establish a lower-cost water source, the Flint river begins flowing into the small Michigan city as a temporary source until they construct a new pipeline.

In a statement, the Mayor of Flint, Dayne Walling, said “It’s regular, good, pure drinking water, and it’s right in our backyard.” 

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Women’s Day must include transgender women

Women’s Day must include transgender women

She is the one who nursed you, cradled you, stood by you, supported you, played with you, pushed you to do your best, looked up to you and loved you. You call her mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, aunt, girlfriend, next door neighbor, homecoming queen and bookworm. There are an innumerable amount of adjectives and nouns to describe a woman. 

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