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  1. author
    bigfish567 18 Jan 2017 02:16

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

    Murray Barr was a bear of a man, an ex-marine, six feet tall and heavyset, and when he fell down—which he did nearly every day—it could take two or three grown men to pick him up. He had straight black hair and olive skin. On the street, they called him Smokey. He was missing most of his teeth. He had a wonderful smile. People loved Murray.

    His chosen drink was vodka. Beer he called “horse piss.” On the streets of downtown Reno, where he lived, he could buy a two-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle of cheap vodka for a dollar-fifty. If he was flush, he could go for the seven-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle, and if he was broke he could always do what many of the other homeless people of Reno did, which is to walk through the casinos and finish off the half-empty glasses of liquor left at the gaming tables.

    Here s my full essay for the positive or negative development question that we ve been looking at over the last few weeks.

    In some countries, many more people are choosing to live alone nowadays than in the past. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

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    goldenbutterfly124 18 Jan 2017 05:16

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

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    Елизавета 18 Jan 2017 05:25

    Mostly that is because republicans believe more in corporate welfare, than welfare to help the working poor feed, house and clothe their families. Republicans employee huge tax breaks for business s and the very wealthiest of the elite, believing in reganomics or the trickle down economy, which has proven over and over to not work. Just look around! The working poor need 2 jobs just to earn gas money to get to a second job for food and rent. The poor keep getting poorer and the rich keep getting richer. They are the borrow and spend, borrow more and spend more. The democrats are much more cautious of the effect of the economy on the families struggling to just keep their children fed and healthy, the children s health care bill bush just vetoed is the perfect example, he and his cohorts have the very best medical insurance and health care available, the problem is, the very rich are the only ones that can afford it, as for the politicians, we the tax payers get to pay for theirs even though a third of all taxpayers don t even have crappy insurance. The bush administration is fine with this because it has no effect on them directly, much like the deaths in Iraq. Even when the democrats take the white house back it will be a very long time until we can help the working poor to the extent that needs to be done, because the first thing that will have to happen is to undo the tax thievery protecting the rich, so America can begin buying our politicians back from China and Japan. bush has America borrowing apx. 100 million PER day, to "stay the course" from China and Japan. Even now at a time China is seemingly trying to Kill our children and pets, but bush can t and won t do anything because he needs them to fund Iraq. The worst of this is that we will have to not only pay back the money borrowed but can you imagine what the interest will be on this deficit? They can call democrats the tax and spend, and that would be true, they force big business to pay their fair share so the middle and lower class are not forced to carry the burden of a 20 trillion dollar deficit by themselves.

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    Морской котик 18 Jan 2017 08:23

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

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    goldengorilla302 18 Jan 2017 03:39

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

    Murray Barr was a bear of a man, an ex-marine, six feet tall and heavyset, and when he fell down—which he did nearly every day—it could take two or three grown men to pick him up. He had straight black hair and olive skin. On the street, they called him Smokey. He was missing most of his teeth. He had a wonderful smile. People loved Murray.

    His chosen drink was vodka. Beer he called “horse piss.” On the streets of downtown Reno, where he lived, he could buy a two-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle of cheap vodka for a dollar-fifty. If he was flush, he could go for the seven-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle, and if he was broke he could always do what many of the other homeless people of Reno did, which is to walk through the casinos and finish off the half-empty glasses of liquor left at the gaming tables.

    Here s my full essay for the positive or negative development question that we ve been looking at over the last few weeks.

    In some countries, many more people are choosing to live alone nowadays than in the past. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

    When asked what I am working on, I often say I am writing a book about empathy. People tend to smile and nod, and then I add, “I’m against it.” This usually gets an uncomfortable laugh.

    This reaction surprised me at first, but I’ve come to realize that taking a position against empathy is like announcing that you hate kittens a statement so outlandish it can only be a joke. And so I’ve learned to clarify, to explain that I am not against morality, compassion, kindness, love, being a good neighbor, doing the right thing, and making the world a better place. My claim is actually the opposite: if you want to be good and do good, empathy is a poor guide.

    What? Who says "bugger" besides Captain Price ? Probably some British creeper. British creeper, whoever you are, you need to "bugger" off, you filthy "wanker"!

    And also, I don't see why you think so highly of you rself. If you really are what you think you are, then just write this article. Why do you think that this is a waste of time? Why do you simply refuse to write? Why are you so egocentric , looking up you rself in this wiki. Why, you ?

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     💫солянка 💫 18 Jan 2017 01:35

    Does foreign aid work? Or does it only help the rich country by keeping the poorer country dependent? Today, the world is becoming more and more closely.

  7. author
    lazygoose523 18 Jan 2017 02:20

    maybe just possibly the homeless donation centers don t love you try getting a job? a simple job like yard work apply for school

  8. author
    Х.Тэргэл 18 Jan 2017 07:24

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

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    乇ઽcrɨЪα ॐ® 17 Jan 2017 23:49

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    Чудовище на палочке 18 Jan 2017 03:07

    Because they are mean and upety, and they think that all homeless people are lazy and drug addicts.

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    redsnake612 18 Jan 2017 04:24

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

    Murray Barr was a bear of a man, an ex-marine, six feet tall and heavyset, and when he fell down—which he did nearly every day—it could take two or three grown men to pick him up. He had straight black hair and olive skin. On the street, they called him Smokey. He was missing most of his teeth. He had a wonderful smile. People loved Murray.

    His chosen drink was vodka. Beer he called “horse piss.” On the streets of downtown Reno, where he lived, he could buy a two-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle of cheap vodka for a dollar-fifty. If he was flush, he could go for the seven-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle, and if he was broke he could always do what many of the other homeless people of Reno did, which is to walk through the casinos and finish off the half-empty glasses of liquor left at the gaming tables.

    Here s my full essay for the positive or negative development question that we ve been looking at over the last few weeks.

    In some countries, many more people are choosing to live alone nowadays than in the past. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

    When asked what I am working on, I often say I am writing a book about empathy. People tend to smile and nod, and then I add, “I’m against it.” This usually gets an uncomfortable laugh.

    This reaction surprised me at first, but I’ve come to realize that taking a position against empathy is like announcing that you hate kittens a statement so outlandish it can only be a joke. And so I’ve learned to clarify, to explain that I am not against morality, compassion, kindness, love, being a good neighbor, doing the right thing, and making the world a better place. My claim is actually the opposite: if you want to be good and do good, empathy is a poor guide.

    What? Who says "bugger" besides Captain Price ? Probably some British creeper. British creeper, whoever you are, you need to "bugger" off, you filthy "wanker"!

    And also, I don''t see why you think so highly of you rself. If you really are what you think you are, then just write this article. Why do you think that this is a waste of time? Why do you simply refuse to write? Why are you so egocentric , looking up you rself in this wiki. Why, you ?

    By the numbers, the 2016 election was not very different from the 2012 election or the 2008 election. Donald Trump won because he did slightly better in a few key states than Mitt Romney did. The map changed slightly. But as with previous elections, there were few swing voters. The election was decided primarily by disappointing turnout among core Democratic constituencies.

    But by the substance, the 2016 election was very different. Donald Trump romped through the primaries, breaking with conservative orthodoxy. He ran as a very different type of Republican. He was ardently nationalist, promising to rip up trade deals, make America more isolationist, and start imposing tariffs to protect American manufacturing. He promised to tighten borders, reduce immigration, and protect Social Security. His core voters were downscale whites, voters who a generation ago had been Democrats but moved over into the Republican camp for cultural and identity reasons.

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    ticklishfrog290 18 Jan 2017 06:31

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

    Murray Barr was a bear of a man, an ex-marine, six feet tall and heavyset, and when he fell down—which he did nearly every day—it could take two or three grown men to pick him up. He had straight black hair and olive skin. On the street, they called him Smokey. He was missing most of his teeth. He had a wonderful smile. People loved Murray.

    His chosen drink was vodka. Beer he called “horse piss.” On the streets of downtown Reno, where he lived, he could buy a two-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle of cheap vodka for a dollar-fifty. If he was flush, he could go for the seven-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle, and if he was broke he could always do what many of the other homeless people of Reno did, which is to walk through the casinos and finish off the half-empty glasses of liquor left at the gaming tables.

    Here s my full essay for the positive or negative development question that we ve been looking at over the last few weeks.

    In some countries, many more people are choosing to live alone nowadays than in the past. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

    When asked what I am working on, I often say I am writing a book about empathy. People tend to smile and nod, and then I add, “I’m against it.” This usually gets an uncomfortable laugh.

    This reaction surprised me at first, but I’ve come to realize that taking a position against empathy is like announcing that you hate kittens a statement so outlandish it can only be a joke. And so I’ve learned to clarify, to explain that I am not against morality, compassion, kindness, love, being a good neighbor, doing the right thing, and making the world a better place. My claim is actually the opposite: if you want to be good and do good, empathy is a poor guide.

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    silverpanda968 18 Jan 2017 08:48

    In this list I have chosen people who have made a difference to the world in a positive way. They include people from the fields of politics, science, religion, humanitarianism and culture.

    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) Abraham Lincoln overcame many setbacks to become the most influential American President. In his famous Gettysburg speech, he inspired the nation with his noble words and helped to bring about the abolishment of slavery.

    Why are Jews hated by so many people?
    Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism?

    More than a personal portrait of Dr. Michael Laitman,
    Into Truth is a film that anyone curious about
    Israel or the Jewish people should watch today.

    The streets surrounding my inner-city house have restricted parking hours. The maximum three-hour limit – designated between seven in the morning and eleven at night – is an attempt to encourage those who frequent the nearby pubs and restaurants to walk and not deprive locals of our on-the-street car spaces. Or perhaps it is a revenue raiser?

    I sometimes see him again in the early mornings when I’m out for a run. He is usually wringing out his laundry from the night before, or sitting back on the tailgate rolling a cigarette. On other mornings he has already driven off, only to be seen a block or two away, where he absorbs his maximum three-hour claim on a parking space before moving on again, and again, several times throughout the day, one step ahead of the ever diligent parking inspector.

    A few years ago I brought in a nationally recognized pastor to do some consulting for our church. One of the things I remember most about my time with him was a side conversation we had about small groups.

    I have been leading, participating in, championing, and applauding the efforts of small groups for the last 20 years of my ministry.

    Murray Barr was a bear of a man, an ex-marine, six feet tall and heavyset, and when he fell down—which he did nearly every day—it could take two or three grown men to pick him up. He had straight black hair and olive skin. On the street, they called him Smokey. He was missing most of his teeth. He had a wonderful smile. People loved Murray.

    His chosen drink was vodka. Beer he called “horse piss.” On the streets of downtown Reno, where he lived, he could buy a two-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle of cheap vodka for a dollar-fifty. If he was flush, he could go for the seven-hundred-and-fifty-millilitre bottle, and if he was broke he could always do what many of the other homeless people of Reno did, which is to walk through the casinos and finish off the half-empty glasses of liquor left at the gaming tables.