I started to title this post "Nobody Cares What You Hate", then decided to scrap it because it would completely negate my point. I still think it's catchy though. Anyway, the internet has basically become a free for all when it comes to people's opinions. And whether it's due to a natural cognitive bias, or … Continue reading Be Pro, Not Anti
False equivalencies irk me. I try my best to ignore clickbait and purposely inflammatory social media posts, but every so often one gets to me enough that I have to pull out my soapbox. This is one of those times. You've been warned! It's hard to fit nuance into a Facebook status, but this one … Continue reading Bills, Bills, Bills
It's 2016 and election fever is in full swing. (I'm amped up to vote for Bernie Sanders in the primary). Sadly, that means the Obama era is at an end. This was a once in a lifetime experience! Even if it doesn't take another 220 years to elect the second Black president, Barack Hussein Obama … Continue reading State of the Union
It seems like we're in the Age of the Overshare. Fortunately, Facebook and Twitter have developed features that allow me to filter out most of the nonsense because I use my social media for keeping in touch with people who I otherwise probably wouldn't hear from. I love seeing pictures of my of my aunt … Continue reading Get off my (digital) lawn!
The analyview returns! I got a free copy of Dr. Richard Banks' book, Is Marriage for White People from the professor who advises the BLSA group at Orange Law. It was a good read and surprisingly easy to get through; despite my impending finals, I managed to get through in just a few hours. Thesis … Continue reading Is Marriage for White People?
I feel like I'm destined to live my life in reverse order of everyone else. I've been a big fan of astrology since I was younger. I put no stock in horoscopes--I believe that psychics exists but I don't believe that anyone can predict a person's day to day life based on his or her … Continue reading Out of Sync