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Hola! My name is Alexa, I am passionate about traveling, cultural, language, photography, music and film! I also enjoy writing blogs and posting my exercise routine!

I have travel across the US and have up coming trips that I will be documenting along my journey! I am skilled in photography, video editing, filming and script writing. I enjoy blogging about my life and speaking motivation to our daily lives. I love fashion, fashion design and currently acquiring my business degree. Find me on social media as: Instagram: @allegsa_r Youtube: Allegsa Reyes The Medium:

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Tania Head: The 9/11 Faker

One group, the World Trade Center Survivors’ Network, was founded by Gerry Bogazc, who had escaped from the North Tower on 9/11. While everyone’s story was heartbreaking, Head’s was the worst: she had been working for Merrill Lynch, helping to close a big merger on the 96th floor of the North Tower, when she saw the first plane hit the South Tower, where her fiance, Dave, worked. Since she was now the face of the survivors’ network, The New York Daily News ran her story in 2006, right before the fifth anniversary of the attacks. A week after the flattering New York Daily News profile, The New York Times ran a piece exposing Head’s lies.

Magdalena Solís: The High Priestess of Blood

It was a warm May day in 1963 when 14-year-old Sebasian Guerrero was out exploring near the small village of Yerbabuena (sometimes spelled Yerba Buena) in southern Tamaulipas, Mexico. It was near dark when Gurrero saw something that intrigued him: flickering lights coming from inside a nearby cave. At the far end of the cave, upon an elaborate altar, Guerrero saw where the dark fluid came from: a human being, hacked to pieces, the final drops of his blood being collected in chalices. Terrified, Guerrero ran more than 15 miles to the town of Villagrán — the closest police station to the isolated village.

Harvard in Tech Spotlight: James Ruben, founder and CEO of Hellosaurus (Y Combinator S20)

Prior to founding Hellosaurus, James was head of product at HQ Trivia, where he learned a lot about the interactive video world. In particular, he learned that creating a successful interactive video software company required two components: content for which interaction was a fundamental component and a market full of content creators who could serve as the production arm. Kids media was the perfect fit on both of those dimensions: kids shows have always turned to the screen and asked the kid to participate and a series of content moderation and policy changes at YouTube have pushed many kids media creators on YouTube to look for alternatives. Similarly, when building the team at Hellosaurus, James prioritizes prior experience building meaningful children

David Haenke on ‘Bioregionalism & Ecological Economics’

If the majority of the world’s larger economic enterprises and national economies were made to pay their way in terms of full ecologically-audited costs of their raw materials, labor, production-distribution operations, waste, and pollution, most of them would go bankrupt in a very short time, along with the governments that support and subsidize them. Similarly, all human economic enterprises, whether they be state, private, and all forms in between, also must create some margin of surplus (which may or may not be called “profit,” and which always comes from biological solar surplus or other Earth resources) in order to survive. The level, nature and source of business subsidies, such as: cheap access to natural financial resources, public tax money, regulatory breaks, tax breaks; below-cost access to physical resources; incentives; regulatory favors; concessions; inside information; depletion allowances; below market cost access to financial resources At the same time, eco-auditing will provide a powerful tool for economic enterprises to evaluate their real profitability, as well as determine the best methods for them to self-regulate themselves in ways not determined by government or the arbitrary, ecologically and socially destructive forces of the money and investment-driven marketplace.

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