Katie commented on the post, Safety Pins
I agree with your post. I think the safety pin idea is a great way to get the conversation going about the problems in our country, but it’s not going to fix or change anything. I am not against the safety pin, but like you said, we to do a lot more than just pin something on our jacket.
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This research focuses on different types of running shoes. Many articles, experiments, and statistics were examined to determine whether maximalist or minimalist running shoes are better for preventing injury and1 Comment
Katie commented on the post, Brand Addiction
I think the topic you have chosen is very relatable. I am also interested in the reason behind our “brand addiction”.
Katie commented on the post, I am So Sorry
I really like your poem, it’s very comical. I think most teens can relate to this. Nice job!
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I really liked your question and the research you have gathered so far. I thought it was really interesting to see if a maximalist or minimalist shoe would be better for you in the long run. It makes a lot of sense that the minimalist shoe would prevent injury and help maximize your training.