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Are women human?

A man once asked me … how I managed in my books to write such natural conversation between men when they were by themselves. Was I, by any chance, a member of a large, mixed family with a lot of male friends? 143 more words

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Sheet-Fed Printing And Computing

The most widespread tool used for heat resource is actually a heat push, on a production atmosphere or a clothes metal for a homemade item. Such as, it would likely only provide to print booklets and not posters or leaflets. 37 more words

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Here’s our first “They Said” post and it covers something that I think matters to most people getting ready to start this journey of buying an RV. 606 more words

Shannon

Russell's viewpoint

To all the talented young men who wander about feeling that there is nothing in the world for them to do, I should say: ‘Give up trying to write, and, instead, try not to write. 100 more words

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Preventing Meningitis in Babies: Is It Worth the Cost?

Memphis Lafferty was born October 17, 2005, a beautiful, healthy baby boy. Less than a year later, on May 6, 2006, the day before Mother’s Day, his parents rushed him to the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas where, to their horror, Memphis was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. 1,415 more words

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REPOST FROM @maarifacircle: "- Of course the Curfew is lifted now, the inequality was being exposed to the world.. So the Baltimore curfew only exists for those protesting 😕 #rp @cuteipi How did police respond to white curfew breakers in Hampden?A group of about 50 mostly white protesters stood on a corner in Hampden on Saturday just as the citywide 10 p.m. curfew went into effect because, they said, they knew they'd be treated differently than black protesters in poorer parts of the city. They were right. The organizers of the event — which took place at the corner of 33rd Street and Keswick Road and was promoted on social media under the hashtag #breakthecurfew — wouldn't give their names. "Media: We are not talking. Please reach out to Black led organizing for analysis on racism/white supremacy in Baltimore," a sign read. Two officers approached the group about 10 minutes before the curfew went into effect and chatted with them about other neighborhood events having gone well and about respecting their First Amendment rights. One officer said police are "worn out," and want things to "go back to normal" like everyone else. A protester said the recent protests have been about the fact that what's normal in Baltimore isn't what people want at all, and suggested the officer was "missing the point." The group was urged to disperse by 10 p.m. At 10 p.m. the officers returned and the protesters were given a warning.Five minutes later, they were given another warning as more police began to stage in the area. "It's five minutes after 10. This is your second warning," police announced. Most of the protesters left. About 10:10 p.m., two officers talked to the few remaining protesters and gave them a final warning.By that point, a wall of dozens of Baltimore Police officers with shields and helmets lined up in formation. The few protesters looked nervous. The media were told to stand aside. The few protesters dispersed.Officers were told to stand down soon after.Nobody was arrested. #Baltimore #Baltimorerevolution #Whatcurfew #Wakeup #blacklivesmatter#breakthecurfew #Baltimore" (via #RepostWhiz @RepostWhiz app)

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