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There is no spoon.

So you know “what” and “how many,” but what about about, “how,” and “why?”  The difference in qualitative and quantitative analysis of campaigns caused my mind to ruminate this week.  1,118 more words

Classics-a-thon TBR

I feel like setting myself a TBR (a week late) is probably a bad idea but I’m going ahead with this anyway because why not? 488 more words

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First Principles: The Essential Principles of the United States Are Equal and Exact Justice To All Persons

“It is proper you should understand what I deem the essential principles of our government… Equal and exact justice to all men, of whatever persuasion, religious or political.” 6 more words

First Principles

All the Privilege

“All the privilege I claim for my own sex (it is not a very enviable one: you need not covet it), is that of loving longest, when existence or when hope is gone!” Persuasion by Jane Austen


Be Ignorant to Protect the Innocent

Chapter 30 Recap of To Kill A Mockingbird

After Dr. Reynold moves everyone out of Jem’s room, the three men and Scout find themselves standing outside the house. 466 more words

Chapter Recaps

Persuasive Maps

“This is a collection of “persuasive” cartography: more than 800 maps intended primarily to influence opinions or beliefs – to send a message – rather than to communicate geographic information.

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Christian Jane Austen Variations 4: Laura Hile

Dearest, loveliest Elizabeth? James Rushworth had used those words once—and now William Elliot! If any man dared to say that to her again, she would strike him!”— 1,203 more words

Jane Austen