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Life Lessons: Brad Pitt
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by: Dion Ringgold

09 Nov

Being from Philly, I watched Rocky a lot. I mean, I watched it more than little kids watch you eat. He was left handed just as I am and he was a fighter; literally and figuratively. The one thing about being a big a Rocky fan as I was, is that it pained you deeply to see him take a beating or to lose. And in every Rocky movie he would take a beaten or lose. We hate seeing our heroes lose, but if you watched enough Rocky you always knew at some point they would cue the music and he would get back up and be victorious.There are life lessons to be learned in seeing our heroes take a beaten, and there is hope to believe they will get back up and be victorious.

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Millennial's Friendship Problem
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by: Dion Ringgold

04 Nov

When we were kids we had plenty of opportunities to gain new friends. Our parent’s friend’s children would come over and we be forced against our will to share our toys with them. Somehow that tug a war over Bret the Hit Man Hart action figure turned into a bond. We had neighbors we would play freeze tag with and a cool unspoken friendship was formed when they unfroze you.

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Taking A Stab At It
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by: Dion Ringgold

02 Nov

Comedian, director and screen writer, Jordan Peele has just released his debut film Get Out to raving reviews. It is a 99% certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes which is no easy feat, Zach Snyder can attest to that. Get out is arguably the best horror thriller to come out within the last 10 years! The movie exposed social demons, a complying story and great comedic timing while managing to scare the heck out of us. Get out is a box office success with little known cast in a genre that has been horrific during a time where original films in Hollywood seem to be a tougher sell, Jordan Peele takes a stab at it and breaks through his comfort zone while doing so.

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Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants In Hot Weather
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by: admin

02 Nov

In our modern world where guys have rompers and women who do not do ballet wear leotards, it feels almost comical to think in a galaxy not too far, far away, there were such strict dress codes put in place. If you have the flexibility, you might have done quite a bit of traveling. If you are like me, one of the infatuations of traveling is experiences the different fashions in different cities and cultures. As ominous as it might sound, for most of our human history men and women wore dresses, of some shape form or fashion. It was not until the emergence of horseback riding was the trouser fashioned.

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How Not To Lose Your Voice In Your 9-5
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by: admin

01 Nov

Landing your first job after college is an amazing experience! You’re making more money than you probably ever have in your life, you’re transitioning into adulthood and you’re beginning to pave your career path for your future. With all those great things happening, working for a company or organization can begin to get complicated. There are chains of commands and more than likely you are at the bottom of that chain because you are just starting out. So how do you maintain your identity and your voice in your job?

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