I have not drunk the Kool Aid.
Ride-share companies have been a means for me for the time being. I first signed up back in December of 2014 for both Uber and Lyft. It was a side-job which I took quite an interest in, for it all seemed like easy money to me.
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I am Latino. I am Muslim. The two aren’t typically found hand-in-hand, but we are out there. Muslims are widely perceived as coming from the Middle East, but the fact is; there are nearly three times the amount of Muslims living in Asia-Pacific countries than
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Taking the T in the mornings from Mass Ave to Green Street became my highlight of the day – not because I met up with friends on our way to English High, but because I had the chance to catch up on current events via the daily Metro.
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Being that my wife is from Morocco, I have been fortunate enough to have tried a variety of their cuisine. They are most famously known for their couscous, steamed grains of semolina smothered in a vegetable stew along with chicken, beef or lamb. Couscous, also called
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My wife fly in from Morocco on wings. She helped change my life. We first met back when we had worked for a supermarket, although it wasn’t until an encounter outside of work when we actually spoke. She had another job at a community college as an Arabic tutor, which
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