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2) In my last post I tried to outline some of the problems that arise when one attempts to ride roughshod through the principle of causality or apply it only arbitrarily. 1,035 more words
The Smith brothers had an emotional last day at The Avalon School Friday as they prepare to leave for Baltimore.
Fin, 2nd grade, Shamus, 3rd grade, and Riley, 6th grade, and their family will move to Baltimore because its closer father’s work. 152 more words
By: Becca Martin
“I wanted to hear bands that I like in a great place, to showcase good people, that think like I do. Often when you are in a band the only music you see is the others on the same bill. 644 more words
Talking about the use of the word “quarrel” today, it suddenly occurred to me you could write a version of Lewis Carroll’s “Tweedledum and Tweedledee” using the “quarrel” of the last line to refer to the failure to kill J. 95 more words