There is nothing like the experiance of the first Lawrence book. If that was the case, then yes, Lady is indeed a fine choice, and I would certainly consider it at the top of your Lawrence list. Cheers, Translator
i forgot enforcing border laws is the same thing as gassing millions of people... makes sense. i just reaized why no one else responded to this, and it's not cause they agree with you. my mistake, i guess we will see what happens
I had the honor of teaching Anne Frank's writings, as well as Elie Wiesel's, for many years. Their generations suffered from having "no say." Our system worked. People voted. Get over it. Now, we need to help to be a part of strengthening our Great Country!
Let's stick to the life and writings of Ray Bradbury. There must be other venues out there to vent against the successful outcome of our Republic's enactment of its Constitutional Laws.
I may step away until the fumes have settled. It seems the media is confirming - ever child needs to get a trophy or medal these days, or they go home screeching. . .
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That isn't the point at all and part of my disappointment is that I expected better from people here, particularly teachers, and most particularly anyone with any familiarity whatsoever with atrocities committed in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s and abuses in America in the 1950s just to name two examples of many. It's not about a few people trying hard and losing.* It's about millions being deprived of any means of existence and finally forced to give up their lives.
*And for those carping about the "crybabies" complaining about the "legitimate outcome" of a "fair and balanced election," ordering anyone with objections to "get over it," YOU get over it! Wake up and smell the fraud! http://www.gregpalast.com/election-stolen-heres/This message has been edited. Last edited by: dandelion,
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