Articles in the category Social Media

Who Tweeted It? Trump vs. Kanye

Since Kanye West announced on Twitter that he not only supports the president but that both he and Donald Trump share some kind of “dragon energy,” the similarities between these two men have become more and more apparent. Specifically, these similarities can be found in their irrational outbursts and often nonsensical rants on social media, […]

Cat Friday: Cute Kitten Look, Scary Kitten Claws

So this fellow from Reddit found an adorable visitor under his porch today and upon seeing the picture myself I knew it was the perfect contender for Cat Friday. Cat Friday of course being the way we now end the week to wash the taste of all the week’s bad news out of your mouth. […]

5 Ways to Increase Engagement on Social Media in 2018

Social media has completely changed the way businesses and brands engage and reach new audiences in the world today. Never has it been so effective and easy to reach more than two-billion users, while using just a handful of websites and social platforms. With all of this in mind, it’s not just about getting on […]

Fox to Sean Hannity: We’ve Got Your Back, Just Don’t Tell Anyone

Things just keep getting worse for poor Sean Hannity. This consummate journalist and ruthless truth-seeker, a man who has never pushed a partisan idea or told a half-truth to millions of gullible viewers in his life, is under fire for some supposedly shady legal dealings. I mean, are you telling me that, in America, you’re […]

The Good News: Indian Man Missing for 40 Years Reunites with Family

What a great story to end the news week with, and there’s no need for me to fluff it up or make it prettier, as it doesn’t need a cherry on this Sundae. It already  has one in  the story itself. An Indian man named Khomdram Gambhir Singh from Manipur, India went missing 40 years […]

19 Years Later: Columbine Students Walk Out Today in Anti-Gun Demonstration

Today, as many of you aware, is the 19th anniversary of the Columbine tragedy which unfolded in Colorado in 1999. While I do not want to go into the details (as anyone who saw it knows, it is all but unforgettable. A truly ugly turn for our country and school violence as a whole). It […]

Childish Adults Who Felt The Need To Troll Teenage Activists On Twitter

Twitter trolls aren’t just disguised bots being run by countries overseas who are trying to meddle with our lives. They’re also grown adults who don’t know how to behave on social media. Respected members of the media, politicians, entertainers, and more. Recently the survivors of the Parkland shootings in Florida have been major targets, in […]

Epidemic: There’s Officially No Poster Boards Left In the Entire U.S.

A week of chaos inspired 20,000 people to sign up for the MoveOn march, a planned protest with expected numbers now exceeding 300,000. What will trigger the protest? Trump firing either the special counsel Robert Mueller, or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, whom Mueller directly reports to. Over the past week, that precise reality became […]