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  • Yadira, I think your point about schools not being able to limit free speech can’t be disputed, but if you look at the school’s point of view there are some reasons they might want to stop their students from saying whatever they want online. One real-life example is that of US President Trump’s twitter account. Due to the first amendment, nobody…Read More

  • Dominic commented on the post, Making the most of things

    I think your mindset of focusing on what we can do instead of what we can’t do is key to getting through these tough times. We can spend all day thinking about what we’re missing out on, but the only thing we can control in this situation is our outlook on it. I like that you’re learning to build a computer because I built one a few years ago and…Read More

  • Hi Brett, I think it’s good that you’re bringing this topic up because with the amount of deaths per day from opioids (130) this should have more attention than it does. You did a good job about discussing what benefits opioids have in the medical field, but it would be helpful to hear about alternative solutions that could do similar jobs that…Read More

  • Hi Asher, I agree with you that violent video games are just an easy excuse that people use to avoid talking about the more abundant causes for violence in today’s youth. An idea you had that I thought would help solve this conundrum was that parents should put more effort into controlling what video games and media their children are exposed to.…Read More

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    This document shows the variation in concussion rates from high school to college. The largest difference that I noticed was that concussion rates for football was almost cut in half going into the collegiate

    Concussion Rates in High School Compared to College

    https://nowcomment.com/documents/169793 This document shows the variation in concussion rates from high school to college. The largest difference that I noticed was that concussion rates for football was almost cut in half going into the collegiate level. I'm guessing this...

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