Hunter has been described as “a writer’s writer.” He looks for balance in all things.

Trust me, it is not what you think

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We have settled into our camps: The vaccinated and the unvaccinated.

The vaccinated are likely still wearing masks when required and enjoying the freedom of the breeze when they aren’t, though they still give that coughing person a suspicious eye. This group is simple.

The unvaccinated camp is…not. One subset…

What happens when an advertisement is out of line with a company’s real objectives…

Digital Image: Tech to the People ad, produced by Falon.
Video: “Tech to the People”

Maybe your screen has been blessed with this anxiety-causing, seizure-inducing advertisement from Back Market. Sorry, it’s infectious. The Arby’s-like voice tells us Back Market is a “People’s Tech Revolution” and also an “online marketplace that is ruining Big Tech’s day.”

But, how true is that…

From ‘Antifa’ to the ‘communist media’, Trump supporters always have an excuse to avoid accountability.

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I’m so tired of the excuses. Most of my social sphere has connections in small town America, so the constant barrage of outlandish explanations and outright dismissals of yesterday’s events are sickening, sad, and pathetic.

Seriously, has the cult gone so far that those actively sharing conspiracy theories have no…

Mass media and the importance of brevity present wordsmiths with difficult decisions. Word choices will have far reaching effects for social movements.

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Part of progress is convincing the other camp that change is a’comin’ and there will be a right side of history. Essential to that goal is considering how people will receive a message. English and Rhetoric courses in Humanities programs around the country emphasize tailoring a message to a specific…

A critique of Bon Appétit’s biggest martyr

The Overview

There are a number of concessions that need to be said before the truth of this subject can be discussed, so lets get those out of the way: Racism is bad. Unequal pay for equal work is bad. Bon Appétit’s former Editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport was rightfully dismissed for behavior unbecoming…

October 4, 2019: The Scope

My feet dangled off the hospital bed, stretching from somewhere inside a loose-fitting, roller-rink-astronomical-carpet-patterned gown, probably worn by people much sicker and terminal than I was. That didn’t stop my ill mood. The nurses zipped by beyond the white privacy curtain. …

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