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The Twitter community was on fire during his RNC speech last night.
"The protesters in New Mexico were thugs who were flying the Mexican flag."
Part of our job as mothers should be to support and bolster other mothers. We have the most difficult and unrelenting of workplaces. Let's all take a pledge to ease off in the comments section, okay?
I absolutely adore them. I read an article of interest which jump starts a conversation on a topic I don't have much time or opportunity to develop with someone in person.
This was huge for me. For seven years, I'd been sending out my writing, hoping someone somewhere would take notice. I'd been fortunate to be featured on some terrific websites, but none with the notoriety of Yahoo.
"They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists."
"Please train your bears to be where guests can see them."
The answer to the question readers have been asking us for years.
I didn't exactly have my 15 minutes, yet my name went around the world, and my work was read by millions. Not my best work by a long shot, but I will never complain about too much attention.
I spent hours reading the thoughts of perfect strangers on my parenting skills, lifestyle, education, physical appearance and morals.
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There are a few ways of reframing the troll situation for your own sanity: 1. If you're pissing people off, good. You're making people talk. 2. For every troll there are at least 50 people who heard your message and were ready to hear it. 3. Haters gonna hate.
They make me laugh, they make me cry, they make me wish that I knew a world before I thought to read the comments section and then when I realize that I can never go back to that world, they make me cry again.