Typically, whether 35mm or medium format, my camera is loaded with Ilford FP4 .
The test, however suggested something a little different.
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Do Something designed the #Stop Profiling campaign with truth to raise awareness about people in the United States who are specifically profiled and targeted by tobacco marketers based on their race, income, and sexual preferences.
When Do Something approached Jones with the statistics, she knew she had to get involved.“I, for one, had no idea that [tobacco companies] make such strides to really attract African Americans, people in low-income communities, [and] LGBT,” she said.
Knowing tobacco’s profiling targeted a large portion of her fan base, Jones decided to leverage her 426K Instagram followers and 554K Twitter followers to raise awareness.
Whatever the size, shape, smell, or texture; if it's food, you'll put it in your mouth. So much so that people are often giving you shit about it. What they call picky, you just call having high standards!
You probably look down your nose at anyone who IS a picky eater, but look on the bright side — you can eat anything they don't finish! So much so that going out for dinner is a never ending round of "could I have [x] but without the [y]". Eat whatever you want, and politely turn your nose up at anything you DON'T want. Eat what you want, and don't let anyone make you feel bad about it.
I’m not usually a big fan of quizzes like these, but I did think the result on this one was kind of interesting, for me at least. What I found quite interesting was that it didn’t suggest the film I normally prefer.
What starts out as a dating quiz determines whether or not you’re being targeted by big tobacco.
, the newest campaign from Do and singer-actor Coco Jones, gives the traditional online quiz a shocking twist.
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(by Dawson Mc Allister) I get calls about dating relationships more than anything else. There’s an old saying that goes, “The street seldom lies.” Usually a person’s reputation is pretty close to accurate. Without agreeing on spiritual beliefs, most relationships will crumble. You’ve worked on your self-worth and know you are valuable.
The fact that it got it wrong, though, was not what was interesting to me.