My five tweets with Dan Sperry, The Anti-Conjuror.

Kari Hendler Photo CreditFor those of you who don’t know who Dan Sperry is, he is often described as David Copperfield meets Marilyn Manson. David Copperfield is one of the most amazing illusionists around today and Marilyn Manson is the most incredible person to ever grace the earth, so an amazing illusionist and an incredible person create an offspring and poof! You’ve got Dan Sperry.

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Do you believe that homosexuals have the right to marry?

I believe they do. Extreme Christians will argue that it goes against Gods will, however so do many other things that are now widely accepted in today’s society, including tattoos, and on a more related matter, divorce. Is being gay a sin? Probably, everything seems to be. Jesus died for our sins, if we don’t sin, he died for nothing. On a legal note, the marriage act was written in 1961, bit outdated, don’t you think? Less than half a century before hand women didn’t even have the right to vote. The marriage act states, and I quote; “The voluntary union for life of one man and one woman, to the exclusion of all others.” End quoteTherefore divorce should still be illegal, and polygamy is defiantly illegal in most places but the laws needs to crack down on the sects of society that still allow it, (eg, FLDS in Salt Lake City in America.) Their main leader died, his son jailed, yet the multiple marriages of under-age girls continue, why?

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Social Media and the Arab Spring.

Citizen Journalism – “The collection, dissemination, and analysis of news by the public, by means of cell phones, digital cameras, blogs, etc.”

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People and places in the Middle East.

Tunisia – “For years, Tunisia was known mostly as the most European country of North Africa, with a relatively large middle class, liberal social norms, broad gender equality and welcoming Mediterranean beaches. But in January 2011, it took center stage as the launching pad of the wave of revolt that swept through the Arab world and beyond.”  (http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/tunisia/index.html) Mohamed Bouazizi – This man was used to being tormented and bullied by police, but one day he had had enough. A policewoman confronted him, and tried to take away his fruit cart, after a struggle she succeeded.

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