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Trey Farley

Trey Farley

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  • Big move by bud light to further improve their already positive image with consumers. First they gave us the wonderful “Dilly Dilly” phrase, then the Bud Knight, and now nutrition facts on their products. I always felt that a label should’ve been on beer and liquor anyways, but it is especially vital now in a world that values healthy habits in all aspects of life.

  • I don’t think it’s that crazy to ask for work-life balance. We weren’t born to work we were born to live. The way our society is structured we have to work in order to maintain our desired quality of life, but what good is all that hard work if you have no time to enjoy the rewards of your strife? I think i speak for myself and many others that fall in this generation when i say that we don’t mind working hard or long hours, but rather we just ask to be recognized as individuals and not just company

    I don’t think it’s that crazy to ask for work-life balance. We weren’t born to work we were born to live. The way our society is structured we have to work in order to maintain our desired quality of life, but what good is all that hard work if you have no time to enjoy the rewards of your strife? I think i speak for myself and many others that fall in this generation when i say that we don’t mind working hard or long hours, but rather we just ask to be recognized as individuals and not just company assets that are easily replaceable. The value of the human element in this world is very under appreciated.

  • While the Trump administration has certainly been extremely tough on the media, I feel this is also a result of the rise of mainstream 24 hour news cycles taking over the place of local news in the homes of Americans. This has led to a neglect to local news and issues and now it seems local news is only good for 30 second social media memes.

  • With Press Freedom at the core of the U.S. and it’s values, it is undeniable that America plays one of the largest roles globally in journalism. That being said, It is important to consider that American media is very divided, creating separation in society that has resulted in more ad hominem and finger pointing than real hard journalism. I say this with a degree in journalism, that i don’t want to be a part of a media that would prefer to separate the people than unite them. And if i feel this

    With Press Freedom at the core of the U.S. and it’s values, it is undeniable that America plays one of the largest roles globally in journalism. That being said, It is important to consider that American media is very divided, creating separation in society that has resulted in more ad hominem and finger pointing than real hard journalism. I say this with a degree in journalism, that i don’t want to be a part of a media that would prefer to separate the people than unite them. And if i feel this way then why would someone in another country not feel the same or even hold further negative attitudes towards American journalists in their Homeland?

  • This concept of aid is common sense when it comes down to it. Like the saying goes “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” I doubt that after the monetary aid was given that the money was tracked to see that is was being used correctly. However, with this approach the native people are able to build not only an industrial economy, but also a sense of being, which can be hard to find even in the “civilized” world.

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