Understandably people are upset and enraged about this act against freedom of speech on the web, but I really think we could benefit from it. We are at a period of time where we rely so heavily on the Internet for every little thing (I am just as guilty), but I do remember a time when it wasn’t like that. The Internet gives you access to so much information and as an adult we can handle the information overload, but think about the children of today and our future generations. They will be exposed to things we don’t want them know about at such a young age, the Internet takes away the lessons our parents teach us growing up. The innocence of being young: having an imagination, believing you can be anything you want to be, and being curious about the world around you wouldn’t exist for our children and our children’s children. As a child I could barely watch TV when I wanted and the computer could only be used to play games (The Sims) or do homework (on Microsoft Word). As far as research, my mother still took me to the library and taught me how to use the encyclopedia. How can you grow up not knowing how to do things on your own and be independent if the Internet can do it all for you? I’m not saying the Internet is bad, but it could use some regulation because really it’ll benefit our youth.
So Jordan doesn’t think anyone’s worth of even standing in his shadow but off the players, Kobe’s the most-least-most-worthy. Or something like that.
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If the city of Los Angeles was a high school, the Lakers would be the well seasoned, victorious, mature Varsity team and the Clippers would be the well…JV team