Author Archives: Je ne sais quoi

Thinksquad’s Guide To Creating A Facebook Collage

A couple of days ago, I came across a screenshot of a Facebook photo album where the thumbnails come together to make a larger image. The style comes from a post I came across, and I thought that I’d give … Continue reading

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Thinksquad’s Guide to Famous Bisexuals

Being a bisexual, is hard for many to understand in this society. I and I use the word “I” because I happen to be a bisexual. Most people think that it’s a phase, or that you’re a girl who’s “Gone … Continue reading

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The Baseball Payout

My father loved Baseball, and his favorite team was the Seattle Mariners, in the American League, and the New York Mets, in the National League. When we were stationed in New Jersey we would go to New York and see … Continue reading

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Gay Rights VS Target

The liberal group MoveOn.org, is campaigning against Target, because the the mega-huge chain store donated $150,000 to  Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer, a staunch conservative who opposes gay marriage. Despite pressure from MoveOn, Human Rights Campaign and other gay rights … Continue reading

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Getting Arrested For Helping People Out

When Jonathon Schoenakase’s best friend died from a drunk driver. Schoenakase had an idea offer, free rides to anyone who was drunk in his town. You would think the city of Quincy, Illinois, would hand him the keys to the … Continue reading

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Pray for Death and Suffering

You know we here at thinksquad, did not vote for the current President. Heck none of the staff, voted for anyone. We’re Anarchist, but that topic is for another post. Zazzle the website that creates T-Shirt’s covering every topic imaginable, … Continue reading

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Thinksquad Presents: The Decade in Pictures

   

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California City: The City of the Future

California City, California is the state’s third largest city and if you haven’t heard of it, don’t be alarmed… California City is the infamous city that never happened! The city was born as land speculation was high and dreams were … Continue reading

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Did Americans in 1776 have British accents?

Reading David McCullough’s 1776, I found myself wondering: Did Americans in 1776 have British accents? If so, when did American accents diverge from British accents? The answer surprised me. I’d always assumed that Americans used to have British accents, and … Continue reading

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Gitmo: What’s been going on?

In June, the Washington Post reported that at least half a billion dollars had been spent renovating Guantanamo Bay since 9/11. That includes $219 million for constructing the prison camps, $54 million more for constructing the high-security facilities for the … Continue reading

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Don’t talk to the Police

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Book Review: The Twilight Series

Written by Phoenix native Stephenie Meyer, the popularity of the young-adult series comprised of Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn has reached critical mass. With all of the Twilight film adaptation coming to theaters, Meyer can be left with … Continue reading

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