The title pretty much says it all. There is a woman I like and I know she is looking for a job and is currently in another country (long story) with no idea what the future will be. She is trying…Continue
"Dreamers ever try to change it - usually by force - but ultimately fail in the attempts.
To add to that, those dreamers often use self-based language in favor of their super-altrusitic ideal: "I feel that..." They…"
"I would argue that not all Asian women have this attitude. Korean women are even more centered on $ than American women. They will openly admit to this so at least there is no nasty surprises. It's just the culture."
"Do you post chapters of your work online? It was suggested to me to set up a blog with chapters to, "generate a buzz." This is what I'm going with my novels on Noveljoy. You get a good amount of feedback, learn what wortks, what…"
"I would say Kennedy was our last legendary president and I think part of that was due to him being assassinated. If he wasn't, people might see him in a more moderate light. He was a great civil rights leader but he did…"
I was diagnosed with ADHD as a kid. I can focus on a conversation but one of my problems is also a key to a good conversation: eye contact. I'm not shy. I have no problem looking someone in the eye but my visual attention is constantly pulled in many directions. Especially if it's a crowded place or there is just a lot of things going on around us. I can still maintain the conversation even while looking at what's going on around us but I know that it is a problem. Anyone else with attention…See More
""Touching in an unbroken sequence" does not mean or imply a solid span. You interpolated that on your own. Especially since he's said since the beginning there were natural (or other) barriers which needed no wall, and some areas a…"
"Touching in an unbroken sequence.And really? You are going to hinge your defense of his inability to craft unambiguous EOs, and general abuse of clear communication and language use on "or other?"Why do you talk to me?"