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“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was talking about one of his books and I’m paraphrasing: “We’re all a bunch a screw […]
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- This is definitely one of John F. Kennedy's top 3 quotes. You can't have a free society, unless you have an educated society. Americans should free to live their own lives and make their own decisions, short of hurting any innocent person with what they're doing. But they first need the knowledge to make their own decisions, to be truly free.@inessainz01: Así las cosas por aquí!! Cine particular con @carlsjrmex para disfrutar de la @nfl mejor plan imposible!!Great Diana Dors movie. I just wish the full version was available in America.Damn! I was hoping to get through all of 2023 without agreeing with Representative Mike Turner on anything. But he's damn right here.I just think when it comes to Larry Bird and a lot of players from his generation, it's cultural and generational. Young fans are interested in stats. The guy with the most individual stats, will automatically be better than someone who doesn't average as many assists, rebounds, point, etc. Larry Bird is still the best passing and shooting forward ever. Only Magic Johnson was as good a passer then Legend Bird.Jack Sikma is certainly one of the best two-way centers in the NBA in the 1980s. Should've been in the HOF 20 years ago. He was like Bill Laimbeer with a post game. Good outside shooter, good rebounder, good defender, good passer, NBA champion and all star.
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Source:The New Democrat “From little fibs to big fat whoppers, lying is part of human nature. Lane Greene, our language guru, examines the difference between lies, falsehoods and plain nonsense.” Source:The Economist: Lane Greene- ‘The Truth About Lies’‘ From Dictionary A … Continue reading →