June 2023 archive

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The Myth, the Monster, and the Symbolic Power of Medusa

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The legend of Medusa is a captivating tale that has mesmerized people worldwide for centuries. According to Greek mythology, Medusa was a stunning beauty with luscious hair, but she was cursed by the goddess Athena. The curse transformed her hair into venomous snakes and disfigured her face so horribly that anyone who gazed upon her …

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In the Bible Demons Use Pronouns

Ordered a Case of Tranny Fluid and This is What I Got

Failed Drug Test


Predators and Their Prey

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Majority Matters: Why Government Should Represent the Many, Not the Few

The United States government is supposed to represent every citizen, regardless of their race, gender, or religion. However, if the government focuses solely on the needs of minority groups, it can create an imbalance of power that can be detrimental to the majority. Imagine a scenario where the government prioritizes the needs of a small …

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Preserving the Past, Embracing the Future: How AI Safeguards Human History

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has sparked a multitude of questions about its impact on human history. Will it erase our past completely? While it’s true that AI has the power to change the way we live, work and interact with each other, it’s unlikely to wipe out human history. On the flip side, AI can actually …

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Storm Troopers After a Day of Paintball

Mommy, I Think I’m a Boy

Almond Joy’s Got Nuts. Mounds Don’t!

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Juneteenth is a Holiday That Marks the End of Slavery

Juneteenth is a holiday that marks the end of slavery in the United States and is celebrated annually on June 19th. This day is a vibrant reminder of the tenacity and triumphs of African Americans throughout history. It all began in Galveston, Texas in 1865, when Union General Gordon Granger came to the city to …

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When Something Goes in One Ear and Out the Other

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Celebrating Fatherhood: Reflections on Father’s Day

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Father’s Day is more than just a day on the calendar. It’s a day to show our dads and father figures how much they mean to us. It’s a day to honor their selflessness, sacrifices, and unwavering love. This special day is celebrated in many countries around the world, usually on the third Sunday of …

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Unmasking the Illusion: The Downside of Political Correctness

Political correctness, at its core, is a set of beliefs and practices that aim to promote inclusivity and prevent discrimination. While these intentions are admirable, the implementation of politically correct language and behavior has had a negative impact on free speech. The problem with political correctness is that it can create a culture of fear …

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Now You Have to Call Me a Woman

Driving Slow in the Passing Lane

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Pride Month Flag

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What is Flag Day?

Flag Day, a patriotic holiday celebrated every June 14th in the United States, commemorates the American flag’s significance as a symbol of freedom, unity, and democracy. The day is a reminder for Americans to honor and respect the flag, which embodies the country’s values and ideals of liberty, justice, and equality. On this special day, …

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What’s Your Thoughts on the Bud Light Story?

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Combat Shot Placement Theory

The Silver Screen and the Political Stage: Exploring the Intriguing Connection Between Hollywood and Politics

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The intersection of Hollywood and politics is a fascinating and intricate topic. As an essential cultural institution in the United States, Hollywood has always had a profound impact on the nation’s political landscape. From its early days as a propaganda tool during World War I and II to the present day, Hollywood’s influence on politics …

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Peter Dinklage Sold Guitar Picks Before Becoming an Actor

When You’re Transgender and Think You’re Pregnant

Know Your Shit

Examples of Bread, Garlic Bread, and Gluten Free

The New Budweiser Clydesdale Team

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Math for Marines

When He Treats Her Right


The Countdown Until Camping Has Begun

Is it Fair for Transgender Athletes to be Competing in Women’s Sports?

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The issue of transgender biological males participating in women’s sports has ignited a heated debate in recent years. While some argue that inclusivity is paramount, others stress the significance of maintaining a fair playing field. The core concern lies in the physical differences between males and females. Biologically, males possess greater bone density, larger body …

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