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After the popular media’s thorough coverage of the massacre that occurred in France last week at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters, many outlets have received waves of backlash from publications and news stations that chose not to show the cartoon that inspired the shooting.
With that in mind, here are a few alternative ideas for dates on the outside world.
An egg salad sandwich may not have the sexiest of sandwich names -- it's right up there with turkey melt -- but what it lacks in sexuality it makes up for in deliciousness and protein.
Everyone has their own texture preferences when it comes to mashed potatoes. But I'm not going to sit here and talk to you about how cool parks are. And, let's be honest, no matter how awesome Zilker is, at the end of the day it's still a large flat patch of land with inconvenient parking.Usually when I have to choose between makeup or food, I’m probably going to choose food (for the most part). There’s actually one pretty close to the center of Austin, Blue Starlite, that makes for a great date.Still, whenever I go, I can’t help but think how the drive-in experience has changed–mostly for the better–since the inception of the concept in the mid-20th century.The cartoon portrayed the Muslim prophet Muhammad being executed by the ISIL terrorist nicknamed “Jihadist John.” Though major news outlets such as USA Today, CBS and FOX News constantly displayed Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons which featured Muhammad, others chose not to show them for safety reasons,or to appease their Muslim readership.Some outlets simply did not agree with Charlie Hebdo’s message, even implying that they deserved their fate for their lack of sensitivity.More importantly, though, I am recovering from the most recent season of ' The Bachelor.' The first day of spring is tomorrow, and like always, the changing of seasons brings some great things with it.