It's a total nightmare scenario: getting fired for making a mistake on social media. There are countless stories of people whose careers were all but ruined because of a seemingly small lapse in judgement. This week, a young woman from Texas became yet another cautionary tale. Kaitlyn Walls, 27, a
I wrote objectively, quite often. Of course, people who still feel subjected to it immediately or eventually respond. I have 2/3rd's of the government behind my style of writing. The other third, the majority, often goes after the source by who responds first. The rest of the actions and responses from there defines "the web." Are we no longer calling it "the web?"
The school just wants its government money. I'm with +DeAno Jackson above. Who cares what the principal thinks? My kids are going on this trip and I don't really care what the "school" thinks about it.
Looks like a skewed editorial on the war if nothern agression where 100s of 1000s of innocent men, women, and children died over a conflict about taxes started by a president who eat mercury and lead daily as a way of dealing with his depression. Cant wait to see one about the aboriginal American genocide of the 1800s.
I've worked in TV news for the last 14 years.. and I'm still alive/sane to talk about it. Before Reno I was a reporter at WBAL in Baltimore for 6 years. I also filled in at the Hearst Bureau in DC. So WHY leave a 23 market for 110 Reno? Quality of life. The lake doesn't suck either! Oh, and I also worked at KRON in San Francisco.
BECA, 1993 - 1998
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