Samsung already spends millions on advertising so they should have just let the quality of their products do the rest of the talking.
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Even when compared to Twitter—a social media site with a much larger network than Tumblr—it is clear that Tumblr is still holding its own.
Some skeptics feel that partly “owning” an athlete turns them into an object rather than a person. What they fail to realize is that buyers won’t own the athlete as a person; they will simply be investing in his talent.
Retail employees are not there for your amusement or to pick up after you and your children.
It is completely possible to dress up as people of other races without changing the tone of one’s skin.
In this city, your neighborhood seems to be closely tied to who you are as a person, and South Williamsburg residents feel as though they’re losing their identity.
A 30-day license suspension is miniscule compared to an amputated leg or death.
In a country that prides itself on its immense diversity and cultural acceptance, I find it astonishing that the “Ideal American Beauty” image is still predominantly white-washed.
Every two minutes someone in the United States is sexually assaulted.
I joined Twitter my freshman year of high school. Immediately, I was captivated by the world of social media.