good stuff, useful
good stuff, useful
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je voulais juste le noter pour moi-meme, en fait. Mais quand m麥e je pense que 軋 sera joli.
pretty much tailor-made to the Burning Man crowd.
yay! free learning.
I listen to him in the same way I look at a train wreck.
He makes inane sweeping generalizations, his logic is so ridiculous I can't even make fun, he does it himself. He certainly has opinions, in the same way five year olds have opinions about ugly people.
this made me cry the first time I saw it.
I tend not to like atheist arguments, not because they offend personal beliefs (which they don't necessarily) but I tend to find them condescending and not thourough enough to be postured as a scientific material, as I believe they should be. This sounds better than most that I've stumbled upon. I'll probably pick up the book.
I'm not quite the senseless idealist I used to be, but I still find the culture charming and generally irresistable.
The only time in my life that I watched TV!
I certainly don't think this wake up call applies only to men, but I can understand why she feels the need to rant about it in regards to all the ads that *men* post looking for flings.
I don't think marriage is about owning people. Perhaps some are literally exchanging one good for another, but (in my opinion) marriage is more about a sacrifice you make, continuously, for the better of another who has similar goals and beliefs in a way that is ultimately beneficial for both. I won't vouch for everyone, obviously people get married for the wrong reasons too. A marriage *was* an archaic ritual, but the rules have opened up for it to be essentially any form of relationship you mutually choose.
I saw this movie last night, and I think it is quite possibly the most beautiful film I have ever seen.
Greatly informative, intelligent and thought-provoking outlook on our current weight hysteria.