David Stansberry

Digital Media Contributor and Copywriter

Location icon United States of America

I'm a 24 year-old writer from Nashville, TN who just recently moved to the New York City area.

This portfolio consists of my creative content work. I also draft emails/campaigns and work as a freelance copywriter.

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Wably - Lifestyle

Holiday Gift Ideas For Her

As a guy, it can be extremely difficult to figure out exactly what to buy the special lady in your life once Christmas-time rolls around. We know the basics: clothes, shoes, cute coffee mugs with clever phrases on them. But why can't it be easier to buy exactly what she wants?

3 over-the-counter meds you shouldn't take

Whenever you're feeling a bit under the weather, you can pop into any neighborhood drugstore and grab something off the shelves that will make your symptoms a little more manageable. Most of us are so used to reaching for an over-the-counter medicine to resolve any discomfort, from headaches to stomach issues, that we rarely think twice about it.

19 Images That Prove Americans Have A Food Problem

Next1 of 20Previous Next1 of 20Cheese-covered. Deep-fried. Smothered in chili. Sandwiched between two cookies. Topped with caramel. Shaken in hot sauce. Beer-battered. With a side of ranch dressing. Have any of these adjectives described something you've eaten lately? Two of them? Don't feel that bad-you're not the only one.

Holiday Gift Ideas For Pet Owners

They're constantly covered in dog hair, they spend half their paychecks on bones and rawhide, and they couldn't be happier. The people in our lives who love their cats, dogs, and other animals SERIOUSLY love our non-human counterparts and they love getting pet stuff for Christmas.

Celebrity Pix - Pop Culture

Celebrity Pix
Ryan Reynolds Finally Got The Movie He Deserved - Celebrity Pix

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past month, you know that the action-superhero movie Deadpool has recently hit theaters. Starring TJ Miller, Morena Baccarain, Gina Carano, Ed Skrein, and of course, Ryan Reynolds, the film has smashed all box office expectations and most critical ones as well.

Celebrity Pix
Was Prince A Drug Addict?

As everyone knows by now, the singer/songwriter Prince has died. The 57 year-old celebrity was found dead in his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Thursday, April 21, 2016 and naturally, there is one question on everyone's mind-was Prince a drug addict? Well, it depends on who you ask.

Celebrity Pix
Shia LaBeouf Is Trapped In An Elevator And You Should Care - Celebrity Pix

"Is there a reason you're into more, I don't know, endurance-like performances or art?" "The reality goes through stages, somehow it feel like the truth value changes, the investment changes, the way people talk when they come in here, the way they present themselves, it's crazy." Does that sound crazy and nonsensical to you?

Outward On - Ecosystem/World Health

Children, Not Beasts, Of No Nation

Do you remember how difficult your life seemed when you were younger? How every single small inconvenience, whether it be a difficult test you didn't study for or a time your parents said you couldn't go out with your friends, felt like the end of the world?

The FDA, terrorism, and our food supply

In our post-9/11 world, terrorism is a nearly constant threat. It slows down travel, complicates public events, costs us billions of dollars, and takes up a good portion of our politicians' time. But until now, one incredibly important aspect of our lives has gone largely un-talked about in concerns to terrorism-the food supply.

Fukushima: Five Years Later - OutwardOn.com

Japan has a cumulative area of 145,925 square miles. It is 62nd out of 196 countries around the world in terms of size. It represents less than .026% of the total land area of all the countries on Earth added up together.

Men's Trait - Lifestyle

men's trait
Remembering a Titan Named Christopher Hitchens

The celebrated author, journalist, and political commentator had spent his entire life gathering and disseminating knowledge that affected much more than himself or his readers. His fans were enthralled with his command of the English language and his wit, while his detractors pointed out his shrewdness and hostility.

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Illegal Guns Are A Problem (And So Are Legal Ones)

The 2nd Amendment of the American Bill of Rights reads as follows: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." 27 words that are a source of constant controversy and have been for some time now.

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Questons we need to ask ourselves in the aftermath the Orlando shooting

As you've undoubtedly heard, seen, and read about, a tragedy has occurred at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. I simply say "nightclub" because while I watched this horrible event unfold on my iPhone at 2 in the morning, I didn't for even a second think about the sexual orientation of those involved.

men's trait
The DNC Should Fear The Bern - men's trait

On Sunday, January 10th, 2016, the White House released a press statement revealing that President Barack Obama had met privately with the senior U.S. Senator of Vermont, Bernie Sanders. While the statement did detail when and where the meeting took place, it didn't contain what most of Sanders' supporters truly wanted: an endorsement from the President.

men's trait
I Experience 90 Minutes Of Soundlessness In Pitch Darkness And Survived

A sensory deprivation tank is the best way to shut out all of your senses. It is a soundproof dark "pool" with water that has over 350Kg (~770 pounds) of epsom salt dissolved into it in order to improve floating. Users report seeing hallucinations and even "beings" from other universes.

men's trait
The Easter Bunny, Jesus, And Some Pagans Walk Into A Bar

With Easter quickly approaching, many are scrambling to pick up big bags of candy and packs of colored dye for the western world's most famous spring-time holiday. Whether you celebrate Easter as a religious day, a secular event, or don't care about it at all, you've undoubtedly been affected by it in some way, at some point in your life.

men's trait
Wealth In(Equality) America - men's trait

If you're anything like the average American, you most likely could check the banking app on your phone or from your computer and find anywhere from $2,500-4,400. But if you are part of the top 1% of this country's economy, you might be looking back at a number with a few more zeros tacked on the end.

men's trait
These Horrible Movies Are So Bad They're Fantastic

Awful movies are released all year, every year, but most quietly fade away into obscurity because they were either boring, uncreative, or just poorly made. However, it is very rare that a movie becomes incredibly popular precisely because it is all those things. Low budget. Terrible dialogue. Has-been actors.

men's trait
A Father's Day Message To My Best Friend-My Dad

Every year for Father's Day I seem to manage to rustle up some money for movie tickets or a shopping cart full of unhealthy snacks that I know my dad likes, but this year, I figured I'd do something a bit more heartfelt (and hopefully less Funyun-y.)

men's trait
Want to drink something besides tequila on Cinco de Mayo?

Cinco de Mayo has become synonymous with drinking and for a lot of people, Cinco de Mayo means margaritas. But what if you don't like tequila? What if you're just in the mood for trying something a bit different this year? Check these 5 recipes out!

men's trait
Keep Saying 'Merry Christmas'

Every year we hear about " The War On Christmas" that is supposedly taking place in this country. The battles in this "war" can stem from anything from a particular department store's greeting policy, a coffee chain's disposable cup design, or even a small town's outrage over a zombie-themed nativity scene in a citizen's front yard.

men's trait
Frank Ocean is back and the world is suddenly a better place

After keeping his fans waiting for four long years since 2012's Channel Orange , Frank Ocean resurfaced this weekend with a lot of new material. From the visual album to the full-length album , the man who defies almost every aspect of the hip-hop/R&B world is back with a complex collection of music.

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New Reactions Make Facebook Even More Annoying - men's trait

Do you remember when you had to actually type out a coherent sentence or paragraph to tell people how you felt about a particular post on Facebook? Well, those days are over now thanks to Facebook's newest feature, . See the heart and smiley emoji above? Those are Reactions.

men's trait
Forget #BoycottTarget And Protest Like A Conservative

In the midst of all this controversy surrounding which restrooms trans-people should use, the one reflective of their gender or of their biological sex, protests and boycotts of various companies with LGBT-friendly policies have sprung up all over the country. And rightfully so! But don't just #BoycottTarget

Fibromyalgia Treating - Health/Wellness

Fibromyalgia Treating
Is fibromyalgia hereditary?

Affecting more than 5 million Americans, fibromyalgia is the most commonly diagnosed chronic pain disorder today. But is fibromyalgia hereditary? Well, that question is more complicated than it may seem.

Fibromyalgia Treating
Could Sensory Deprivation Tanks Help Alleviate Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia?

If you don't know what a sensory deprivation tank is, don't worry. You're not alone. A 60+ year old device, the sensory deprivation tank was first used in 1954 by a medical practitioner and neuropsychiatrist named John C. Lilly in an effort to examine the effects of stimulus on the human mind.

Fibromyalgia Treating
What you need to know about Fibromyalgia and depression

Fibromyalgia and depression seem to go hand in hand. After all, who wouldn't be depressed when dealing with chronic pain every day? Fibro clearly isn't all in your head, but it's still a fact that many fibro patients also suffer from depression that is more chronic than acute.

MoviePilot - Pop Culture

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Isn't Too Big Too Fail

Posted by David Stansberry @dave_trace David is a writer, student at Middle Tennessee State University, and digital content producer at 301 Digital Media. He likes listening to th Don't get out your Human Torches and pitchforks yet, folks. Hear me out. I love what Marvel has done in the past few years with their connected cinematic universe.

How Many Drinks Would It Take To Get The Hulk Smashed?

Posted by David Stansberry @dave_trace David is a writer, student at Middle Tennessee State University, and digital content producer at 301 Digital Media. He likes listening to th I'm an odd sort of person and as such, I sometimes haveweird real-world questions about my favorite movie and comic book characters.

How will Jared Leto's Joker stand out?

Posted by David Stansberry @dave_trace David is a writer, student at Middle Tennessee State University, and digital content producer at 301 Digital Media. He likes listening to th Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock... boom. We're getting closer and closer to the August 5, 2016 release date of the highly anticipated (and mercilessly ridiculed) DC Comics film, Suicide Squad.

Fanboy Report - Pop Culture

Fanboy Report
15 Most Awesome Characters From The Star Wars Universe - Fanboy Report

Next1 of 16Previous Next1 of 16The Star Wars franchise is big. Really, really big. With video games, comic books, novels, two movie trilogies and another on the way, the universe that gave us Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and the lightsaber is almost as expansive as it gets.

Fanboy Report
The Debate: Fallout Or The Elder Scrolls - Fanboy Report

If you understood any of what I said above then chances are you've played at least one installment of Bethesda Softworks' two flagship franchises: or The Elder Scrolls. Both are primarily made up of open-world role-playing games (RPG's) and set the player off on fantastic, and sometimes, incredibly difficult journeys.

Fanboy Report
Why Batman v. Superman Broke My Heart - Fanboy Report

It is 2:31 AM. It has been almost an hour and a half since I walked out of a late showing of at my local IMAX theater. The popcorn I ordered, covered in butter and salt, was delicious. The nachos that I bought were actually pretty good, even though the chips came in a microwavable Tostitos bag.

Fanboy Report
Sorry, Professor Snape Fans, He's Still A Bad Guy - Fanboy Report

If I have said it once, I've said it a thousand times...Severus Snape was no hero. I understand that right now, tears of anger and rage are swelling up around your eyes, falling onto your licensed Gryffindor robes or perhaps even onto your "unique" tattoo that cryptically says, "Always..."

Fanboy Report
We need a futuristic Game of Thrones - Fanboy Report

If you haven't been under a rock for the past 5 years, you probably know about the incredibly popular HBO series, Game of Thrones . Based upon George R. R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice , the television show follows a handful of prominent families in the fantastical world of Westeros through their quests for power, land, and magic.

Fanboy Report
The 6 best epic fantasies - Fanboy Report

Epic fantasies. Awesome multi-part fantasy books of epic proportions - or with epic characters, stories, worlds. There are an awful lot of good fantasy series out there - but which are the best?

Fanboy Report
The Top 9 Games From The Legend Of Zelda - Fanboy Report

Since 1986, people everywhere have been visiting the land of Hyrule to save Princess Zelda from the clutches of evil. From the original release on the Nintendo home console (NES) to the upcoming title for the Wii U, the Legend of Zelda franchise has become one of the most beloved and recognizable icons of the video game world.

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