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Jean is someone who can sell any idea, if not, he licks his wounds and returns to his base. It is a univeral code that he lives by, so it doesn’t need a translation.
The team got the point and things started to shape up: they were building on the training they had received, and also had someone to ramp up support. It was first step to winning the game, and it was pretty … Continue reading
How can dull moments make the paper? If you’ve found a way, I’m all ears. You can have plenty of B’s on your report card and eat a whole tuna melt, but it still wouldn’t amount to much (unless that … Continue reading
Don’t be a flake, you have to milk every opportunity for what it is worth. I don’t care if you have to make checks or crunch numbers, you’ll find plenty of tricks to get by–well, according to my mom and … Continue reading
“You’d better change your locks: the fact that you haven’t caught this whale will sour your reputation,” said the harbourmaster, “and you will see your popularity dip because of this.” “I’m not here to win popularity contests,” said the Captain, … Continue reading
If you pool your resources together, you’ll be armed well enough to tide yourself over, well forever. So don’t go out on a limb, finsh the final leg, and then go to Hollywood–there you’ll be able to see stars.
You might see a column that claims to analyze current events but instead tries to sell you something fishy. I’d say that’s kind of shallow.
“I see fans are often blue when I don’t bring touchdowns to the table,” said the budding football player. “Unless I’m the pillar of the team it really takes a toll on them.” (A coral is a type of animal. … Continue reading
“A mean, no, kind person can build resonance with his or her audience and pep tides of people while forming bonds,” said the teacher. “A true leader never does any folding, and knows how to keep their relatives warm: with … Continue reading