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What a Graphic...

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 8:26pm 0 Comments

...or, it's difficult to defend the media, part deux...

Leave it to the creatives to come up with a graphics that put yesterday's events completely in to an easily understood form:

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If that's too difficult to read, you can go …

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It's Difficult to Defend the Media in this Day and Age

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 8:25pm 0 Comments

Many of you know that I teach Mass Media and Communications -- Journalism is encompassed within this broad title -- and have done so now for 11 years. As a person who has read the newspaper for as long as I can remember, I must say that, while it can certainly be a challenge at times to teach this subject, it can also be very rewarding. As an aside, when I first interviewed at GS, I was informed that the person who got the position would have to teach the Journalism classes -- it was said to…

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My Father's Arms are a Boat...

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 8:23pm 0 Comments

I truly LOVE discussing books, movies, songs, life in general with people. I LOVE it even more when I don't agree with somebody on the topic we're discussing -- not necessarily because I love to argue with people, but because the argument tends to challenge my own thinking and forces me to see things from another perspective.

And I had one of those conversations this morning with our school's librarian, Carrie. Now, you should know that we've got the greatest librarian on the face of…

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To be honest with you, no offense, but I was just sayin'...

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 8:20pm 0 Comments

Man, it pained me to even create that headline above. I can't stand ANY of those expressions -- they completely drive me up a wall. Why have we gotten to the point in our society that we are unable to state our opinions freely -- especially when asked? Why do I have to wrap my thoughts up in bubble wrap in order to soften the blow? Why can't I just be blunt and say what I want to say?

So let's tear these apart...

  • To be honest with you... Oh, so what you're…
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