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Amazon Labels’Tom and Jerry’ Racist

Tom And Jerry cartoons depict ‘ethnic and racial prejudice’, warns Amazon ‘Without mentioning specific examples, the Amazon blurb reads: ‘Tom And Jerry shorts may depict some ethnic and racial prejudices that were once commonplace in American society. Such depictions were … Continue reading

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‘Common’ Sense

Common sense is the behavior and basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge things, which is shared by nearly all people, and can be reasonably expected of nearly all people without any need for debate. That is how I define … Continue reading

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The Net is Getting Serious but Sadder

On-line publishing is getting sober with serious issues and netizens are getting involved. That’s good. And at least, just my observation. I’m beginning to miss the funny sites. But of course if you’re only concentrated with Internet humor, you won’t … Continue reading

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The Surprising Y or Millennial Generation

Those that belong to this Y or Millennial generation are 18-to-29-year-olds and seventy-nine per cent of this gen say that the generation gap is wider than ever. Why? Is it because of their use of technology? 81% of them sleep … Continue reading

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Why We Worry -by Victoria Stern

Chronic worrying stems from a craving for control. But the more we fret, the less our bodies are able to cope with stress. Key Concepts Worrying about the future is a natural tendency, but for some people it is a … Continue reading

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Why You’re Too Qualified and Respectful to Produce Great Content by Pace Smith

If you’re like most bloggers, you’re making two huge mistakes with your content. You’re suffering from both qualification and respect when you write. You’ll need to leave both of those behind if you want to be a successful writer with … Continue reading

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How to be Creative

In this article, Dean Rieck lists the traits of highly creative people and Scientific American tells us how and why does psychological distance increase creativity: ‘According to the construal level theory (CLT) of psychological distance, anything that we do not … Continue reading

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