The RANT – News Mashable

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In a world where mobile devices are the norm and everyone is always on the go, it’s no surprise that news consumption has shifted to a mobile-first approach. This shift has had a significant impact on the way we consume news, and it’s not going away any time soon. Today, we’re going to take a look at how News Mashable is embracing this shift and using it to its advantage. We’ll also be discussing some of how other news organizations could benefit from doing the same thing. So without further ado, let’s get started!

The RANT – What We’re Reading

In case you didn’t know, Mashable is a website that focuses on covering news and happenings online. So every day they release an article with a list of the top stories of the day. Today’s RANT concerns what we’re reading on Mashable this morning.

The first story is about Apple releasing their new operating system for iPhones and iPads, iOS 11. iOS 11 has been heavily rumored to be released with many changes and improvements over its predecessor, iOS 10. Some of the biggest changes include new multitasking features, redesigned icons, password protection for the Notes app, updated Siri capabilities, and much more.

However, not everyone is happy with the new update. Many users are reporting that their devices are crashing constantly and they’re having trouble syncing them with other devices. It’s still early days so we’ll have to see how things turn out in the long run but it’s an interesting read nonetheless!

Another story that caught our attention is about Facebook announcing a new feature called ‘Profile pages’. Profile pages are just mini websites that people can create to showcase their work or interests outside of their main Facebook account. This could be great for businesses that want to increase brand visibility or for people who want to showcase their creative endeavors without sharing too much personal information. It’ll be interesting to see how this feature develops in the coming months!

The RANT – What We’re Watching

What are we watching?

We’re watching the Olympics. What can I say, we’re suckers for a good old-fashioned international event. We’re also watching the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. We’ll see how that turns out! Lastly, we’re keeping an eye on the US presidential election. Who knows who will be in the office by the time you read this?

The RANT – What We’re Doing

We’re not mad at you, Mashable. We’re just disappointed.

We’ve been following your site for years now, and we thought you were different than the rest of the internet. But then we saw this post about “The RANT: A guide to modern life.”

It’s not that we don’t have problems with modern life, it’s just that your article doesn’t offer any solutions. Plus, it’s kind of condescending.

The RANT – What We’re Thinking

What’s happening in the world of news, Mashable readers?

First and foremost, we’re thinking about all of the terrible, tragic things that are happening around us. We’re also feeling a bit frustrated by all of the nonsense that’s going on in the world. So what are we raging about today? Here are five things that have us steaming:

1. The Trump administration is causing chaos and dividing America
2. Harvey Weinstein is still getting away with his crimes
3. The Rohingya crisis is continuing to cause violence and displacement
4. North Korea is continuing to test missiles and nuclear weapons
5. Brexit is causing a lot of confusion and drama

law enforcement rant

Law enforcement officers have had it with the latest trend of drivers not using their headlights at night.

In a recent blog post, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) called out drivers who are not using their headlights when it’s dark outside. The post cites statistics that show how driving without headlights can lead to more than double the number of fatalities in a crash.

“According to NHTSA data, crashes involving a car with its headlights off kill more people than crashes involving cars with their headlights on,” writes NHTSA Deputy Administrator David Strickland. “A driver who fails to use his or her headlight at night runs the risk of being killed or seriously injured.”

The blog post goes on to say that law enforcement officers are usually the first ones on the scene of a crash, and they need to be able to see what’s happening to make an arrest. Drivers who don’t use their headlights put officers’ lives at risk as well as innocent bystanders.

nypd rants worst bosses

There’s no question that some bosses can be horrible. Whether they’re constantly nitpicking your every move or just don’t care about their employees, these are the worst bosses in the NYPD.

1. The boss who micromanages everything

This boss is always on their phone, checking emails and texts rather than managing their team. They’re not even paying attention to what’s going on – they’re just too busy worrying about themselves.

2. The boss who belittles their staff

This boss is always making jokes at their employees’ expense, calling them “stupid” and “lazy.” It’s humiliating and makes it very difficult to work hard.

3. The boss who never gives a raise

It seems like this boss thinks that money isn’t important, which is frustrating for the employees who are struggling to make ends meet. They don’t deserve to be treated this way – give them a raise!

le rant

“News Mashable” is a blog that covers the latest news and tech trends. In their latest post, they discuss the current trend of “ranting”. According to the blog, “ranting” is a form of communication where someone uses emotional language to express an opinion or feeling. They say that “ranting” can help communicate ideas and emotions, but can also be harmful if used incorrectly.

The blog provides an example of how “ranting” can be harmful. They say that someone who rants about their problems at work might alienate their co-workers. Additionally, ranting can lead to unintentional insults and criticism. Finally, ranting can damage relationships by making people angry and frustrated.

Overall, the blog argues that “ranting” can have negative consequences if used wrongly. They recommend using rants sparingly and only when necessary to communicate your ideas and emotions effectively.

law enforcement rant vbulletin

Welcome to my rant. I’m a law enforcement officer and this is what we deal with daily. I hope that everyone reading this understands the frustration and anger that we feel when faced with these criminals. This is only a fraction of the encounters that we have, but it’s all that I have time for right now.

1) Why do people break the law?
Many times, people break the law because they don’t have any other choice. They may be living in poverty or they may have been abused as children. They may not have a good education or they may not be able to find work. Whatever the reason, these individuals need help, and society needs to provide it for them.

2) Why can’t criminals just get jobs?
This one is frustrating for us officers. We know that if criminals would just get jobs and stop committing crimes, there would be less crime in the world. But people don’t want to work, especially convicted criminals who are looking at years in prison. It’s hard enough to find a job after getting out of prison, let alone before you get out!
3) Why can’t prisons/jails/prisons control inmates?
In most cases, prisons/jails/prisons cannot control inmates because they are criminals themselves! Most of these offenders have been involved in violence or drug trafficking and they know how to fight and how to resist authority. Many times prisoners will use their

Leo rant

It’s the end of the world as we know it. And I feel fine.

Seriously, what is going on in this world? We’ve been through a lot of crap lately, and it seems like everything is going to hell. The election was supposed to be a sign that things were starting to get better, but now it looks like things are only getting worse. There’s so much tension in the air, and everyone seems to be mad at each other. It doesn’t seem safe to go out anymore, and even when I do, I feel like there are eyes on me.

I don’t know if it’s just me, but it feels like the world is ending. Maybe there’s some kind of big conspiracy going on, and we’re all going to die soon. Who knows? But whatever is happening, I’m not going to stand for it! I’m done with all this stress and anger. Sooner or later something is going to happen that makes everything better, and until then I’m just going to relax and enjoy my little bubble here in my apartment. Life is too short not to take advantage of every moment!

rant forum

The internet is a cesspool of hatred and bigotry. It’s also the place where people can be heard, and that’s why I use it. Whether it’s to rant about how my day went or to call out the bullshit in the media, I use the internet as my voice. But lately, the internet has been filled with hate.

There was a recent uproar over a Pepsi ad that showed two black men getting arrested. The ad was pulled after widespread criticism, but the dialogue that followed only made things worse. People were calling for Pepsi to fire their employees, accusing them of white genocide. This type of rhetoric is reminiscent of the conversation around Confederate flags decades ago when people used them to express their bigotry and hatred.

The problem with these types of conversations isn’t just that they’re harmful and divisive, it’s also that they’re ineffective. They don’t address the issue at hand – which is systemic racism – they feed into stereotypes and create more division. We need to have these conversations constructively if we want to make real progress.

But even when we do try to have constructive conversations, we’re met with hostility. Take our current president for example. He started his campaign by calling Mexicans rapists and criminals, which helped him win the election by playing on people’s fears and prejudices. And now he’s using his platform to spread hate and bigotry across social media again. His latest target? Muslims.

This type of rhetoric has no place

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