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    Anika commented on the post, Comfort Zones

    Emma, I completely agree with what you’re saying. Up until recently I’ve been terrified to try something that might make me feel vulnerable or uncomfortable. I have learned to embrace these moments because, like you said, they can help you grow as a person. You wrote, “But in order to be able to do something different you have to step out of your…Read More

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    Anika commented on the post, Be Who You Are

    Brianna, I absolutely love what you said in this! I understand where you’re coming from as I have had friends that made me feel like I had to change who I was to fit in with them. I still sometimes struggle to be who I am and not what others want me to be. I love where you say “You can always walk away from everyone else but not yourself.” It…Read More

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    Anyone that has flown before has gone through the security checkpoint. We all know that you have to take all electronics and liquids (no more than 3 oz.) out of bags, remove our shoes, and place our bags on a

    Airpot Security: The Tale of Legal Groping

    Anyone that has flown before has gone through the security checkpoint. We all know that you have to take all electronics and liquids (no more than 3 oz.) out of bags, remove our shoes, and place our bags on...

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    Anika commented on the post, Banning Books

    I really like what you’re trying to say here, Katherine. Books have always been a big part of the human experience and by banning certain topics, awareness about the world is being taken away from children. This reminds me of how Nazis attempted to burn all the books relating to subjects that they did not agree with. People have the right to read…Read More

  • I really like the argument that you’re building against the legalization of prostitution. Maybe to help support your argument you should look into countries who have legalized it and the issues that their workers are facing. Overall it’s very well written!

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