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My name is Jono, and I am passionate about the BBC. Like many others, I am a big fan of the hit shows that BBC Three has produced and I have grown up watching them for the last 11 years. After hearing Tony Hall's comments I set this petition up because I believe the organisation needs to be investing more in content for teenagers and young adults, not less. Scrapping Three, and relegating content to the internet with a much smaller budget, will be a big mistake. The BBC needs to cater for all ages, and this petition is designed to give young people a voice about these cut backs. BBC Three has produced exciting, original television programming for 16-34 year olds since 2002. It has been a launchpad for programmes like Being Human, Torchwood, Russell Howard's Good News, Mighty...
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The confirmed censorship policies put in place by Sony on their Playstation Store are, in my humble opinion, some of the most unfair decisions made by video game distributors in recent memory. With the recent crackdown on sexually explicit content, developers and gamers are having their rights to creative expression and media consumption infringed upon. Sony has a responsibility to provide developers a platform to freely express their creativity in whatever form that may manifest, R-rated or not. Is the “safety” of children really a higher priority than the freedom of game developers, when even Nintendo is allowing explicit games on their eShop? Is Sony really so afraid of the social impact of the #MeToo movement that they'll make developers remove features from their games and get...
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To understand better this letter anyone who reads this letter can read 'I was banished from All My Sons - An Open Letter to Mr. Colin Morgan' I feel that I have to write this letter as there is no real communication going on with Old Vic anymore, as they didn't answer to the things I put in my emails. I can't find the correct words to describe how very upset and disappointed I am with the staff of The Old Vic. I never in my life made to feel this worthless apart from my first encounter at the tube with Mr. Morgan. I always believed in dreams. I tried to follow them and it always backfired. Always. Some people just very unlucky I guess. I got out of so many deep holes before, never giving up the hope. I felt stronger and wanted to prove to myself :’I can do it!’ I have a huge...
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I never wrote an open letter and I know this might not be the best idea, but when I tried what I thought was the official way to make you understand what happened, I've been banished from All My Sons. I would choose a different approach expressing my thoughts if I would have any other way. I have no idea how to write this letter, but I feel that I have to write it to try to clear up the situation you might not even fully aware of, but which got out of hand so much that I am suffering from it very much.  It is long because the situation is complicated and I need to explain a few things for you to be able to understand it, It is prepared for both of our benefits, as you seemed uncomfortable every time you've seen me away from the theatre and obviously for me too, as the last...
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In the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, on the 15th of march, the day of Caesar’s coronation, there are many theories. People are warning Caesar not to go the coronation, or a dreadful fate will accrue to him. Caesar being the man he is dose not listen to these accusations and still plans to attend. His wife Calpurnia pleads to Caesar to stay home because of her horrible dream she had of his death. She eventually convinced him to stay home, but then a man named Decius comes to their house to convince him to go. By the ways of both Calpurnia and Decius arguments, how does the of details or Decius speech persuade Caesar. Both Calpurnia and Decius have good reasons on the debate of coronation day. Calpurnia was known for her dreams that could tell the future. She was also Caesar’s wife...
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In the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, on the 15th of march, the day of Caesar’s coronation, there are many theories. People are warning Caesar not to go the coronation, or a dreadful fate will accrue to him. Caesar being the man he is dose not listen to these accusations and still plans to attend. His wife Calpurnia pleads to Caesar to stay home because of her horrible dream she had of his death. She eventually convinced him to stay home, but then a man named Decius comes to their house to convince him to go. By the ways of both Calpurnia and Decius arguments, how does the of details or Decius speech persuade Caesar. Both Calpurnia and Decius have good reasons on the debate of coronation day. Calpurnia was known for her dreams that could tell the future. She was also Caesar’s wife...
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To Demetria Obilor I want to for your for your measurements you look good whether it's a size 6 or 10 it doesn't matter you look fabulous you shouldn't worry what others say about you maybe they're jealous on how you look in your clothing . Ms. Obilor I don't watch you on the news but, I seen your videos...
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I don’t know how it makes me feel. Studying something people perceive as having no career, something that is “just a hobby” and not a real job. What encouraging words, right? I guess they’re not wrong. Not many people do actually make it in the art world. Many just have it as a side job and that perfectly okay, but what if I wanted more? How does one so-called “make it” in the art world? Is this even something I actually want to do or have I just put so much into it that I feel I can’t back out? Is it both? Don’t get me wrong, Art, you amazing and inspiring and it makes me so excited to learn new techniques and ways of doing things in Photoshop, but what happens when I learn all the tricks? How do you keep the excitement in something you know everything to? The professors at school tell...
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Dear Games Workshop, I picked up my first Warhammer models in 2004, not by choice, but because my boyfriend at the time wanted to play and wanted my help to paint his new Bretonnia army. I liked painting the Pegasus Knights, but my involvement with the game started and ended there, though not necessarily by choice. The problem was that whenever I walked by the store, fascinated by the models and trying to pick an army for myself, I was either flatly ignored or asked if I was looking for a present for someone. I was young and less assured of my place in the "geek tribe" and the message employees and patrons of the store gave out was loud and clear, this wasn’t a game for girls. Years later I met my partner was reintroduced to Games Workshop through his love of the Warhammer 40k...
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Let me say this fox...
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