Current events : What news subject do you follow most?
economy, sports, travel and leisure, politics?
Politics from friends because they watch the news more than I do. But normally I just look at anything interesting on msn.com. Crime stories are really interesting.
Yup, they are. Do you think about your safety afterwards? Thanks for commenting always!
I'm a little paranoid about safety, always have been. But I like to know what to expect and criminology is also interesting to me.
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