by Neil Andersen In Metaphors We Live By, cognitive linguist George Lakoff explains that most of our language is metaphorical. This is especially true when we are discussing abstract ideas rather than concrete ideas. Concretely, we can say that someone is shovelling manure when in a barn, but abstractly, we …
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How might this repugnant misogynist statement connect with the ice bucket challenge?
Lindsay Bottos, a Baltimore artist, has created a selfie presentation that includes a selection of the troll comments she receives on a regular basis.