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Posted by5 hours ago

Not to be callous or unsympathetic but the answer is required for my class.

Beirut. Sorry, between dyslexia and autocorrect. I missed the mistake.

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Posted by12 hours ago

外围体育投注If the Beirut explosion happened in Iraq, or Pakistan, or a densely populated area in Nigeria, would it be as news-worthy as the Beirut explosion? Would people care as much?

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Posted by12 hours ago

LGBTQ and BLM are big topics these days. There is a lot of awareness going around. I see a lot of non-profit charities that are meant to help them. For example, the other day I saw someone on social media encouraging others to "donate to xyz charity to help LGBTQ teens". I also see other posts asking for donations to help the BLM movement. What does that money get used for? We see a lot of awareness already. But how else is that money being used to help people?

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Posted by16 hours ago

外围体育投注Why is it that schools and sports are allowed to go on as normal as of my state. But movie theaters, plays, comic cons and shows still reman closed.

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注Of course I am glad that this number is so low! But after seeing the footage of the massive explosion and the images of the aftermath with all the destroyed buildings, I am wondering how so many people survived. Have there been some kind of evacuation? Or did the buildings "protected" the people?

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Posted by1 day ago

Title. Like, people who need food can't relay nutritionally on bread alone (like fats proteins vitamins etc'). So when you see in the news and they say "... Thousands wait in bread lines after the recent disaster..." They mean all foods, right?

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