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What happened to "It's the law?" I can't find this comment anywhere on Huff Post and they used to like it so much.
Another sign America is in trouble: Americans were known for being gracious and respecting manners. Business is now characterised by getting ahead through putting others down rather than being successful because of your own achievements. When you have to put others down to get ahead it means that you are really not up to scratch yourself.
I thought the left wanted science and it was the right that hated science?
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5 Wacky Things Liberal Feminists Believe

Brencis Wrote: Feb 01, 2014 1:56 PM
In (5) Valerie Solanas and Marilyn French's comments are in direct contradiction.
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Correct Spelling, Canceled

Brencis Wrote: Jan 31, 2014 2:46 PM
It just isn't right!
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Correct Spelling, Canceled

Brencis Wrote: Jan 31, 2014 2:46 PM
America's great contribution to the English language is not spelling but the ever-present acronym. From Scuba to EZ, the influence never abates.
If you're going to use 5th grade Saxon Math prepare to use 11th grade consumer math. The short term gain leads to long term pain. You want a real math education use the 'My pals are here' Singapore books from Singapore.
First world problems
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The Great Recession’s Soup Lines

Brencis Wrote: Jan 25, 2014 1:37 AM
The easiest way to tell the difference between the left and the right. The left thinks more people on welfare is an achievement, the right thinks it a crying shame.
What Mugabe did to farming in Zimbabwe and Chavez did to mining in Venezuela, Obama has done to healthcare in America.
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