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That's a mold-breaker. Great thinking!
sier:SÃ¥ bra skreve Linn, god vinkling… det var skikkeleg trist igÃ¥r. Eg var utmatta heile dagen…. Me hÃ¥par pÃ¥ ein betre oppleving neste gong, skulle berre Ã¸nska me kunne sagt noko om den matinga. Det gÃ¥r det jo an Ã¥ gjera noko med!!! Ha ei god helg, endeleg ein strÃ¥lande dag att her i Shanghai.
Nunya, you should be ashamed of yourself for comparing calling out racism to “sexual pleasure.” How can you not see the racial undertones in what you’ve said?
Grear article, Tina. So much practical advice here that one can begin doing today. Studying and playing with LinkedIn is key. And not caring what others think is paramount! Kudos!
conocer la cultura de los antepasados es tener raices que dan razon de ser de los pueblos de tal forma que poseer una mas de las maravillas de la creacion humana dan cuenta tambien de la grandeza del hombre.
Este deve ser como aquele blog que a seguir a um ano menos bom do Benfica (que infelizmente Ã© frequente) diz que Ã© o "ano zero" do Luis Filipe Vieira
You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, Iâ€™ll try to get the hang of it!
Could you please elucidate a bit on how something preventing me (and others) from seeing parts of it can possibly make (or keep) the world a more interesting place? It is one thing to visit a place, send emails home about your "authentic" experience there, buy some souvenirs, and go home. But unless you were just making a hyperbole about the hassle of going through customs checks (I actually kind of like the ritual of getting my passport stamped by surly border guards with drug-sniffing dogs), I wasn't referring to tourism when I disagreed with your denounciations of borders and customs.
Hallelujah! I needed this-you're my savior.