This is yet another Youtube channel series that I enjoy because it brings people from different background, and gives them an area to talk about their beliefs in a safe environment. The series ranges from talking about Hilary vs Trump, all the way to Pro- life, and Pro-choice. Being very liberal myself, its interesting to here how more conservative people view the world.
I particularly enjoy this segment on Buzz-feed because I've always liked things that are scary, and I think its interesting listening to the different theories the hosts of this show have. Also I really like how they have incorporated humor into it, because it makes the overall very light hearted.
This is one of my favorite scenes from this already incredibly complex, and riveting series. Elliot points out things in society that we have passively accepted, or even embraced. Having only just started this show, I find it very interesting, and I feel it makes me a more understanding person.
Lang Leav was the first author who got me interested in poetry, and in the past years I have purchased all of her newer/older projects. She opened this whole world to me that before then I hadn't known about so for that I will always be grateful to her.
I also enjoy listening to spoken word poetry, I find that it introduces you to other peoples struggles, and their perspectives. Also the majority of these poems are eye opening, and make you more aware of what those around you may be dealing with.
My younger brother is also a really big figure in my life, and has been a key factor in helping me mature. We have a seven year age difference, so I've played a big part in helping take care of him. His favorite show is Scooby Doo, which also happens to have been my favorite cartoon growing up.
My mom is my biggest support system, and without her I would be lost. Adele is one of my moms favorite artists, and out of all her songs, this is the one she likes most. I think her choice is music says more about her, and her character, then I ever could.
Grey's Anatomy is one of my guilty pleasures, and I enjoy binge watching it on Sundays. It's an effective way to get out of my head, and worry about someone else's problems.
Having only been released this past week or so, the Black Panther has received nothing but good reviews. It is empowering story, that places both its ethnic background, and women in the forefront of the story. Also there are many scenes where characters in the movie address issues in today's society which only impressed me more because of how mainstream the company behind it is.
I'm very into music, my dad use to be a DJ so its always been a really big part of my life. More recently I've started listening to a lot of R&B, I enjoy music with meaning, and I feel the majority of the songs in this genre have value. There is a deeper message, and underlying pain.