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“Today’s college freshmen, most of home were born in 1994, see Robert De Niro ‘as Greg Focker’s long-suffering father-in-law, not as Vito Corleone or Jimmy Conway.’ These students have no real memories of a Clinton presidency, have always seen women pilot space shuttles, and are used to getting their news from The Daily Show.” –…
“In order to make our dreams come true, we must take action rather than simply wishing for what we want.” – Daily Om (click for link to article)
Check out Take Part’s article on going gluten-free. Just because it’s a fad or because certain people do need to follow this route for serious health reasons doesn’t mean it’s the right thing for you personally. Going Gluten-Free May Not Be the Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread
“Mr Perry called the ruling ‘a win for Texas women.’ Nothing could be further from the truth.” (click to read more)
“The fact that they’re not apologizing for what they did is really inspiring to me,” she said. She looked around the sparsely attended protest. “I feel like if people did this more,” she said, “women would be more respected.”
“Laughs Were on Her, By Design” – NY Times Phyllis Diller on “The Magic of Believing”