Slam dunkin like Shaquille O'Neal, if he wrote informative articles.
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This introduces a pleasingly rational point of view.
I like the distinction you draw between “accidental sin,” which Hester and Dimmesdale commit, and its opposite, which Chillingworth embodies (deliberate sin, perhaps?). What do you think this distinction tells us about Hawthorne’s ideas about human nature, and how sin factors in? Are all sins evil, or are some sins more evil than others? Why might that be? (I think you have all the pieces of an argument here, but I’m curious to hear you articulate the bigger picture).
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Oh mi consola sapere di non essere l'unica a lavorare da casa (e da sola). io traduco libri e correggo bozze. E non ho nemmeno un pargoletto con cui parlare, infatti parlo con il cane. Anche a me ogni tanto sembra di impazzire, ma finchÃ© non sento il cane rispondermi so che Ã¨ tutto sotto controllo...
That's a sensible answer to a challenging question
Way to up the suckiness dynamic of the site. Put the subscriptions back where they were and have a cold shower, maybe drink a few pints of fish oil.
Why do I bother calling up people when I can just read this!
–Not just moderate Republicans, either — I’m from a family of Southern whites, total red-state Republicans, but with lots of divorces in the family and plenty of stepparents, plenty of kids living with grandparents or family friends while parents got their acts together — and THEY were horrified by the Republicans in 1992. they did not turn out for Bill Clinton — but they didn’t turn out for George HW Bush either.