Tide Pod Epidemic affects newer generations
Feb14

Tide Pod Epidemic affects newer generations

The upcoming generations are proving time and time again that with every generation comes stupider and stupider people. Thanks to the internet, we’ve seen young adults pour buckets of ice on themselves, eat spoonfuls of cinnamon, nearly die from climbing on the top of skyscrapers just for a selfie, and smash their faces into the bends of their elbows then call it a dance move (dabbing). The point of the matter is because of the...

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Samsung vs iPhone which is better? (Samsung)
Dec11

Samsung vs iPhone which is better? (Samsung)

Don’t waste your money on an overpriced pile of junk just because it looks aesthetically pleasing. If you’re uncertain on which phone is better, it’s not even a contest, Samsung wins by a landslide due to its vast majority of better specifications, customization, and affordability. All iPhone has going for itself is that it arguably looks better. Over the past years, Apples’ slogan seemed to be “less is...

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Should E-sports be considered real sports? Pro
Nov14

Should E-sports be considered real sports? Pro

Anything that has a strong competitive format, requires a specific set of skills, great hand-eye coordination, and training, is a sport. It’s overtime. Your mind is in the zone, you see someone from the opposing team with the ball speeding towards your direction near the goal. You’re ready for him. You rush him and knock the ball from his control now to yours. You push yourself until you can find the boost of speed. You gain it and...

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Not for Credit Courses
Nov14

Not for Credit Courses

SAN MARCOS –Not-For-Credit classes are for anyone in the Palomar community who want to better their recreational skills or acquire specific industry training/certifications. Palomar College has a wide range of classes, recreational activities, and learning opportunities. One of the newer ones are Not-For-Credit classes. Not to be confused with Non-credit classes, Not-For-Credit classes are independent to college credit classes...

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Does the labor force deserve $15 an hour? Con
Nov08

Does the labor force deserve $15 an hour? Con

From the views of a minimum wage fast food worker, an increase to $15 per hour sounds good, but in the end has a majority of negative outcomes. Burger flippers with no scholarly background in economics think a raise in minimum wage is a great idea, but well-studied economists know it’s a terrible one. In mid 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown passed a plan that is essentially raising the minimum wage $1 per year until it reaches...

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