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Why every child should read The Outsiders

From the moment I first read The outsiders as part of my English class I was enthralled; it’s one of those books that if read at the right point in your life resonates with you long after the cover is closed. 755 more words

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What the VMAs Said About Feminism

Before I start, I am very aware that the VMAs were a little while ago now, but I only just got round to writing this. 517 more words

Why I don't belong in Indian community...

First of all, this might become a little of India bashing, so if you love India or are a die-hard patriotic then be warned. No use defending the following points here. 1,204 more words

About Nothing Really

Connecticut ex-governor convicted of new crimes

HARTFORD, Conn. — Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, who resigned from office a decade ago in a corruption scandal, was convicted Friday of federal charges that he conspired to hide payment for work on two congressional campaigns. 58 more words

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Hi love

These are golden days that we are in, and I love that we both know it. The spontaneous laughs of disbelief that we should we lucky enough to live for such a time as this. 1,576 more words

IEquatable and All That: The Nine Comparisons Interfaces

In my last article I pointed out that Microsoft has given us no less than nine different general-purpose interfaces to perform the simple task of comparing objects to see if they are equal, or if one is greater than the other. 1,410 more words

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Not Another Feminist Blog

Sometimes you are overwhelmed with an urge to make a change in your life. You decide that it’s time to switch careers, to take up bikram yoga, to go on a raw, vegan diet, or maybe even to change the world somehow. 464 more words

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