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Unless you have been living in a town much smaller and more remote than McIntyre, Georgia, I’m sure you have heard of Honey Boo Boo. For an hour each week, Alana Thompson welcomes television watching American’s into her family’s home. She’s introduced us to Glitzy, Sugar Bear, Go-Go Juice, and encouraged her fellow Americans to “redneckognize
Movember, the biggest example of terrible hairy sexism these writers have yet seen.
Doing the right thing. These four words, which are so simple when apart, sound so extremely hard to do when put together. In today’s day and age, it has become increasingly difficult to always do what is morally right, as opposed to what other people in society are doing. And yet, aren’t we as humans put on earth to work together and help society succeed as a whole? It seems as if lately people have forgotten the reason we are here on earth.