Arguing Over the Internet Is Exasperating.

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Internet shouting matches: Who wins? Nobody.

Today, I planned to talk about the recent airstrikes carried out by the United States, the United Kingdom, and France on Syrian targets in depth, but I just need to vent right now. While doing research about the strikes and the surrounding events, I responded to a post someone made. That person was pretty nice to me, so I have no problem with him. However, I ended up arguing over the Internet with some other people and that crap was exasperating — and it was somehow more exasperating then arguing with someone face to face.

I was being push to the point of being mean, y’all! I finally decided to block one person because they were being an obnoxious twat. I don’t like being mean (or blocking people), but when the people I’m talking to are being disrespectful and intellectually dishonest, I have to put my foot down. I also need to take a break.

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Famous Sayings: #34 — ‘Skeletons in the Closet’

October 30, 2016

I think she may have a few skeletons in the closet.

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Jeremy Bentham, an 18th/19th century philosopher, became an actual “skeleton” in a “closet.” Bentham’s body is kept on public display in University College in London per his requests. Image from Flickr by Matt Brown

Tomorrow is Halloween. Today, I would like to share my research on a phrase that may have a spooky history.

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