This is a joke. Right?
My response to each bit of Obama news seems to be the same: I keep hoping it's a joke.
Do we really live on the same planet?
#5 Copperfield, that's why I limit my use of the Teaching Company's material to math and English.
I won't be seeing the movie, but I did enjoy the books. I read them when my young students were talking about the first movie, but I had no idea that they were so popular. The third book is a must read though; without it the consequences of every decision in the first two books cannot be appreciated.
Along the same lines, but less violent, I loved the Giver Quartet. Again, I read it because my tutees had to read the Giver for class.
The Hunger Games and the Giver are the only nonreligious fiction on my Kindle.
Wonderful! I wish I could understand the conversation following the performance.
I recently purchased and watched the DVD "The Three Deadliest Words in the World: it's a girl," which presents this situation at it exists in India and China.
However, I never got the feeling that the concern was about the immorality of killing children, but only about killing girls. I simply never sensed that this was a prolife presentation, but only "feminist."
Our internist closed up shop, and took a job in a major local hospital as an adviser re how to cope with Obamacare.
I was hoping this was a joke.
Pseudo...please don't go. I'm not Catholic, but I appreciate your perspective, and quite often agree. Thank you!
Pseudodionysius at #21 - I love that icon with caption!!! I've saved it, and sent it out!
Oh, I'll be laughing at this one all afternoon! Thank you.
I was the same place I was today at the same time: in NYC, in church, commemorating the beheading of Saint John the Baptist. Then, we learned about the attack in the place of the sermon. Today, the bells tolled.
What in the world are they thinking? But I guess that's the problem, they're not thinking. Why would anyone do anything to make the problem of minors involved in prostitution worse?
No one in my household knows anything about this. What would I tell them?
I love these courses, and am looking forward to this newest offering. I've complete the first three - just listening to the lectures and the Q&A sessions.
"Oh, I voted for Obama...He's so cool...He's got that swagger...And, that Micheeeeeelle!" When a woman near me said this in a doctor's waiting room recently, I didn't know whether to slap her or start... Well, anyway, I remembered who I am and kept my nose in my Kindle.
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