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Neat. Explains the fierceness of the family!
The Olmecs interest me. What happened to them? What's the deal with Chichen Itza? Why make the giant heads.
I've been reading Mein Kampf lately and I love a point Hitler made at the beginning of the book about how to view history. He talked about viewing history as one mighty edifice where you can you how one brick relates to another, compared to how some people might view history as isolated events. It's funny that when I read Mein Kampf, I'm able to make connections to that book with works from Machiavelli, Thomas Sowell, and even an Israeli philosopher who wrote Sapiens and Homo Deus. Absolutely brilliant.
I like to think I have Norman ancestry. Much of my family is Sicilian, yet many of us are fair-skinned.
Flags can be pretty cool, even if what they represent sucks.
A lot of good art work with them. Yet a sign of further decline here. Greed used to be the main sin here. I guess it just the city needs to keep parity with NYC and the other big cities.
Numbers don't lie, true. I feel bad to view the East Asians as bugmen, but they just are that way.
Wow, I've done some work in Marquette Park. It looked like it's seen better days, but it wasn't the worst place I've worked in. I had no clue about the history. Thanks for sharing.
I wear both. I wear boxers when exercising, wearing jogger pants, or sleeping. I wear boxer briefs when I wear jeans or chinos. I wear briefs when I wear shorts. And when it's cold, I wear long underpants.
I made a second purchase off of Amazon this year and I feel a bit conflicted, but I wanted to buy a thousand razor blades and a pocket-sized toothpick holder, so I thought it was justified. People are amazed when I say I don't buy things from Amazon. I'm shocked how many Amazon packages get delivered to my building everyday. People are hooked.
Nice. I'm hoping to make the same jump soon. I'm applying all over so let's see where I can go.
It's wild to think about how where I live now has more people than a whole state. I'm trying to think what will be different when I will not be surrounded by 10 million people in a 50 mile radius.
Staying alive, yessir
There are circumstances where I understand why you would feel that way. If you have people dependent on you, perhaps you will try to eke it out for the short term
This^. It's why I don't want to comply. I know it won't be the end.
In one of his books, John Stossel talked about the bright side to getting fired, which is that it forces you to evaluate life and allows you to find something more suitable for yourself now that you aren't clinging to the idea that you shouldn't leave your current job for various reasons.
I'm wondering if I need to just quit the corporate world. I'm holding on for now because it's easy and I might as well extract money from the system for as long as I can, but I'm mentally preparing myself for leaving it forever.
I remember I used to be almost smack dead center. Now I don't know where I would be. I'm not supportive of a state but rather communities and families, so maybe a bit south of where you are.
Yeah, true. I guess the feelings I get from witnessing bad pet ownership build up since I cannot act on them, and that's how this questions comes to bother me. I guess I just need to take those feeling and use them elsewhere.
Good for him. What even makes Brooklyn a good place to play?
Kind of embarrassing that the kike provides a photo of the man with his gut hanging out, but it's quite scary. I'll never hesitate to put down trannies, ever.
Yeah, I don't think that what I said applies to cats and small dogs, since they have simpler needs. I was also saddened when my childhood pet died, so I can understand how this Pierce fellow felt.
Thanks for sharing. I'm guessing you don't live in a dense, urban environment? I bet that is good for the dog. I know people who can't walk their dog because the dog is too scared of traffic and the noise.
On the flip side, does this dog offer you services? Or am I wrong for thinking large dogs are tools?
I have a fear of large dogs from my father reading stories of pit bulls mauling children back when I was boy who would run off and get lost without strict supervision. I think he wanted to make sure I didn't go after dogs. I think this fear alienates me from people who have no fear, because they are puzzled why I am hesitant around their big dog.
I just want to say that there are animals who have touched my heart and I think about them almost everyday. I do want to own cats and dogs one day if I earn the luxury. But I notice patterns when it comes to pet ownership where I live and it rubs me the wrong way, where it just seems like consumerism. I might be wrong or out of touch, though, and I'm willing to change my mind on this subject, because it just feels harsh to feel this way, compared to my other takes where I am constantly reaffirmed in my convictions.
I went to a Columbus Day parade today. Great way to play hooky
The name is pun; it's the English translation of "Moltisanti", the surname of the protagonist.
Sounds like your a guy who can have options, yet are not grounded to a community. I guess just go for a woman that has your values without compromising too much on race.
To me, unless you date and marry young to a woman from your community, you have to accept that you might have to go the miscegenation route to have a good wife. I think there is a good chance you won't have to go off-white, but you might have to settle.
This is just my two cents, someone who is around your age but with less assets and global perspective. If you find a good white woman, good for you. If you get a good Latina, also good. You gotta take what you can get.
Solid. Certainly looked the part. I wonder if he worries about going bald.
Olivia Soprano was scary. My skin crawled with her neurotic behavior