Well, part of my inspiration, anyways…
www.gulfbreezerecovery.com/ Program focus on recovering health Affordable health-realization model
www.pogo.com/Bridge-Game Earn Tokens for a Chance to Win Prizes. Choose Your Bid Carefully!
www.chegg.com/ Get Bridging the Gap by Smith Rent All Textbooks & Save $500+/Yr!
www.bkclass.com/BankruptcyPrePostFiling Take Pre-Filing & Post-Filing Required Classes Here and Be Done!
i'm not gonna be your monkey...
i love this guy (in a completely non-sexual way of course). he sees things so clearly, and is so f’ing funny and witty to boot.
thanks for the link. i’d only seen small clips before, so it was nice to see the whole thing. even better. i wish it had been on hannity and colmes, though.
this is a great goal. i think i’ll join you. although a lot of jackasses certainly make it difficult. i hate those f’ing republicans ;-).
Until Jon Stewart intervened, Crossfire used to be filmed on my campus. I went twice. That film spread around my campus like wildfire. He was invited here for Colonials Weekend (our football-less equivilant of Homecoming) to do a comedy show. The show sold out in record time and so they added a second, which also sold out. He’s definitely a favorite on campus, loved by ALL political stripes.
"the termite thing"...I like it!
I’m gonna find a way to work that into one of my anthro classes one of these days.
I totally agree with preferences being ingrained by family and peers. Though my political preferences differ completely from my family’s (I am the complete political opposite of my father, quite unintentionally), I consider my politics to be the results of how I view my faith, of 16 years of Girl Scouting, and strong beliefs about service to one’s community and the world. I know a great many people whose politics are no more than the products of their parents’ politics that they’ve accepted without reflection. I know that many of my beliefs are a result of various teachers (in school and out) over the years.
The only reason we can talk about cultures is that we know that most cultural apples are going to stick close to their trees!