So, the idea that we should each be tracking this "living history lesson" of ours carries some weight.
He smiled and patted me on the back, probably thinking, "Naive, idealistic kid. You'll see."
Just write a check to something and shut up!
But this is just the latest example of "window Dressing" going on in our world today.
The foundation of a logical argument is its' proposition, or statement.
Anyone who doesn't think there are two sides to an argument is probably in one.
Masks have also been used for punishment by shaming.
We planted maples in our yard because we knew they were fast-growing and we were interested in having some shade as quickly as possible.
Yet in some Japanese mountain villages, these critters are considered a delicacy when they're deep-fried.
I don't think I've eaten a Lima bean since I got married.