Sometimes, what’s more important than the words in the message that a person sends is the context of their communication. That’s the case with the image you see below. This image was downloaded from GettyImages.com, then uploaded onto Pinterest.com in order to direct people to
Ieva Smidt, who has been working to help people give money to Jeb Bush, has complained that she has extensive experience in dealing with stupid people.
The elements of culture found on the the Pinterest social media site fascinates me, because it’s graphically-based, and therefore often is suggestive of ideas, rather than explicit. Yet, some people use the graphic format of Pinterest merely to post graphics of text, without any non-verbal
All that we can really learn from this infographic is that it’s Weebles, apparently, who are best employed as social media marketers.
A snapshot of a friend’s Pinterest board, exhibiting words of wisdom: I am special! I am striving to become better than ever! I am wonderful just the way I am! I am searching for whatever words make me feel justified in this moment!
If you’re going to be a Christian, the only way to do it that makes sense is to be a Cafeteria Christian. Cherry pick. Grab that holy book and shake it like a bag of trail mix, eat it up, and spit out the stale old nuts. If the raisins are offensive to you, toss them aside.