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  • Juan commented on the post, 2020 pandemic

    Covid-19 impacted world-wide. The pre-caution that has to be done on Covid-19 has to be taken serious. Following guidelines will help us from preventing spreading the virus and ultimately protecting ourselves from the virus. Covid-19 impacted all of us in different ways and forms. Many lost their jobs, many got the viruse, and Covid-19 introduced…Read More

  • Juan commented on the post, Life

    Hey Dom, I hope your okay and being safe and totally agree with what you are saying. Life is an emotional rollercoaster at times whether you can have your highs and lows. Many people tend to have bad habits when dealing with stress and frustration. The line that stood out to me was, “Life is all growth and evaluation.” I believe in that so much I…Read More

  • Juan commented on the post, No Petting?

    Dear Yamile,
    I am star-struck based on your post. I can’t believe the dog actually doesn’t like to get a pet, I thought every dog would like to get affection and attention. Maybe the dog needs more training since it gets upset at things that should be normal. I believe that the dog owner should train him more in order for the dog to learn some…Read More

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    GOAT?

    Native American hero, Jim Thorpe overcame discrimination to win two Olympic gold medals in 1912. Thorpe was acknowledged as a hero by a country that denied him citizenship though. As a Native American he was denied citizenship by the...

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    • I would agree that he should be in the conversation of the most influential and progressive/trendsetting athlete, however, I would say the GOAT conversation is obviously meant for those who were/are ACTUALLY the greatest players of all time. Yes, while you did mention the fact that he could be considered the GOAT on OR off the field, I do not think he would necessarily be considered either. Because you must also consider Jackie Robinson or Moses Fleetwood Walker in that same conversation. I agree that Jim Thorpe was absolutely amazing at his many crafts and that he is absolutely an important figure in American Civil Rights, he just isn’t the GOAT of any particular sport.

  • Dear Cristian, I agree with your conclusion of analyzing the fact that ads do make you hungry. The dramatization of the ads can indulge you in craving foods you don’t regularly eat. Colors such as red, blue, and yellow attract the eye and make you hungry. I hope to hear from you soon. I loved your post and your personal thoughts on fast food.

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