Issues I Learn That I Love #314: There Had been Many Days In Which A number of Individuals Had been Typing

HELLO welcome to the 314th episode of My Favorite Reading Articles, where I share with you the articles / articles I have been reading recently to find out more about how the bad stuff succeeded !! This “space” is not a feminine / redirect that is overlooked over the entire page because if something is feminine / redirected, I put it on the whole page. This is where other things come into play.

The theme of this article will be inspired by Emily Gould’s tumblr, My Favorite Things I Love.

As I mentioned in previous TIRTLs this year, I have been, spending many hours reading The New York Times and New York Magazine online, and I am trying my best not to make this episode a “Biggest NYT Success” BUT IT’S VERY MUCH. Do you know how many times a day I have to watch my NYT program during elections? LIke every two minutes?

Times Change, author Reeves Wideman of New York Magazine, November 2020

Social change within The New York Times, 2020. What’s interesting to me is the obvious, curious if it’s also interesting for people who aren’t television?

How Bad Things Happen, by Tom Scocca of the New York Review of Books, November 2020

The book about Westboro Baptist Church and the book Online Extremists and the Stealing of American Conversation have a similar meaning to our new world of noise information and false stories abound.

I Saw My Friend Dead On Facebook But It All Was GoFundMe Scam, OneZero’s Ssarah Treleaven author, October 2020

Pretending you have cancer to grieve and your friends and family for money is dangerous for all kinds of reasons, but it also contributes to the devastating loss of humanity – where our unbelievable place is trusting people who ask for help with their plight or tragedy.

The Genius of Spelling Bee, author Deb Amien of The New York Times, October 2020

I also love this game and it’s great that there is a team around!

The Trouble That Tried to Solve Itself, by Brock Colyar of The Cut, October 2020

I think the hardest thing to run as far as I knew (for one night before I went out) was like, wow, is this always the case? No one is offended by this?

Are There Anything Like Handwriting? By Andrew Marzoni for a long time, October 2020

While the successors of the National Review magazine and their counterparts have won civil wars by writing strong and widespread coverage, the authors of their rights publish in e-books, Amazon and even PDFs; while many of their peers contribute to the courage, the resemblance of their noble parents, the poets of neofascism, the ‘Enlightenment of Darkness’ and alt-Right pride in the unknown and the absurd, pushing the deceptive spirit promoted by TS Eliot, the great-modern culture, so extreme that the cultures of writing and the art of art are seen second only to the honest and unnecessary propaganda of hatred. Interpreting the text on the right wing and asking what the books are, and what the answers are (beauty, truth, empathy, explanation) is contrary to the methods of Conservatism, if not to the last scapegoat.

Shameless self-promotion for Vacation Rentals, author Anna Silman of The Cut, October 2020

To the leaders and migrants who continue to travel around the world and do not apologize for this.

Tell It All, by Eda Gunaydin of The Sydney Review of Books, October 2020

On the pros and cons of online acceptance.

I am concerned that this is a way to strengthen the connection with the risk I need; that I am shouting in vain without receiving answers. Or, to put it another way, I am afraid that sharing too much and seeking the good of love without compromising the well-known desires. Losing a titter thread but I’m committed not to read the answers. Post anonymously lost so I can say it all.

How Western activists became politically distorted, by Samira Shackle of The Guardian, November 2020

Traveler bloggers and instagram contributors have been portraying Pakistan as a tourist destination, but for the filmmaker in particular, his goal in the country and his involvement in national politics is causing a lot of controversy and raises some questions!

Why Americans Have Turned to Nesting, author Amanda Mull of The Atlantic, November 2020

We are inside and now we care deeply about our innermost being.

What if the Truth Damages Hope ?, Written by AJ Daulerio of The Bow Bow, March 2020

One of the reasons I have not learned to be rational is that I need a lot of self-confidence and humility to qualify. Do you know that you can never be honest with yourself anymore? When you are one of the worst criminals in the world on the big jackass media case.

Real Facts, Ma’am, author Sjohnna McCray for The Tahoma Literary Review, Fall / Winter 2019

At the death of her mother 28 years from the last she saw of them and food and blood rushing out and coming out and more –

As a kid, I used to see him standing in the office and angrily writing his notes on a piece of paper until he filled every inch, not just around but on the edges and on the edges. He does this until he needs another white sheet and leaves – and writes about the invisible life – invisible to me. No one understands his numbers, but he sends my father to Kinkos to make 100. No, 150. No, no, just take 100.

12 Days On The Most Closed Road: Silk Road, author

Somehow I’m more self-centered and reading / watching more than ever about international travel to countries where I don’t know much about them? Maybe I can do that without being jealous of people who can afford to go to these places because no one can go anywhere right now.

You’re My New Year ”: Oral History of Folgers Incest Ad, by Gabriella Paiella of GQ, December 2019

I think the title summarizes the topic of drilling in a unique moment in the history of radio video.

Making Goods With Food Dependents, author Mariella Rudi of Healthyish, October 2020

With Lean Cuisine, you don’t know if you can burn your tongue or hit a little bit, but you can always feel sorry for yourself.

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