Unpopular Opinions
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Unpopular Opinions

One Great Way to Battle Division is With Sticks and Stones

Thick Skin Wards Off Hate

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It’s likely because I’ve been raised in NYC that my crew has always been diverse, presumably by default.

As a youth, I shared many common interests with kids of various ethnic, sexual, and religious backgrounds including sports, pop culture, and hobbies. You like Ghostbusters? I like Ghostbusters!

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We can have opposing unpopular opinions, but share commonalities. Let’s all shut up for a minute and start listening more to each other.

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Michael Centrone

Michael Centrone

We had it right as hunter/gatherers | Poet, Music Journalist, Metal Singer | Turn-ons: anthropology, philosophy, evolutionary biology | Twitter: MCentroneWriter

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