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Me The People

Me The People

Introduction The United States of America is the most diverse country in the world, yet a very high percentage of Americans identify themselves with only one of two political ideologies. People are forced to side with either progressive social views and socialistic economics or archaic social views and capitalistic economics.  Both ideology sets, at their […]

Social Assassin

Social Assassin

Society is a dangerous and treacherous place… Your social network is an even more dangerous and treacherous place… It all starts with infiltration.  Never has the phrase “keep your friends close, but your enemies closer” rang truer to a person, than to a social assassin.  A social assassin is someone who attempts to damage a […]

Common Sense isn't Common

Common Sense isn’t Common

That which is said to be prevalent amongst the masses, the belief that most people are able to make sound judgments based on basic knowledge and experience, is false.  If it were not, there would be no need for Socialtrainers.  Whether we have digressed culturally as people is no longer debatable – the masses are […]

Taking Creativity from Behind

Taking Creativity from Behind

There is, of course, a famous stereotype about swishy gay men in design, fashion, film, music, and many other creative endeavors.  And, unbeknownst to mainstream America, many people in those industries are out to their local communities, but not to the world at-large.  For the record, I support them in whatever lifestyle they choose, no […]

The Idea of Things

The Idea of Things

People love to dream. People love to reminisce. People love to exaggerate. The world is full of people who talk about who they are, who they were, who they want to be and most importantly (uncomfortably) who they will be.  This self-perception cascades through all facets of life consuming commentary on one’s occupation, academic achievements, […]

Barullar

Barullar

                      If you were born in 1985 or before, you may still remember a world where people found it fun and fascinating to mingle with other people who share the same time and space as each other. In high school I remember plans were forged through hallway conversations, nighttime phone dialogues and paper flyers. When […]