One of these things is semi-like the other
The similarities between these two articles is that each is semi-similar.
In life men develop different ideas of what being a man is. Some think that it’s about supporting a family. Others feel that it means beating each other off.
Abominable/A Bomb In a Bird
Imagine a peacock gliding on a frozen lake. This is society. Now imagine that peacock swallows a bottle of nitroglycerin, this represents the effect of Darwinian evolution on society. …Genetic research may prove to be abominable, or like eugenics in society, a bomb in a bird.
Slavery has been around since the time historians started to study cavemen which is what they do with primary sources such as bills and recipes and other stuff from littered cultures.
Silent as the grave
Much of the reason why she (Anna) didn’t get noticed for her efforts with many of the towns people was because they were dead.
It's an exit, not an entrance.
The pelvis of a female tends to be larger and wider than males for the passage of a child, hopefully during childbirth.
Hippies and CDs are both things from America’s past.
Adolescence is boooooring
It is a perverse folly of parents to try and avoid puberty in their daughters; after all, the moral of the story is that the time between menarche and marriage is just a snooze bar.
The big questions
It is still unknown what planet we live on.
My people (Mexicans) were made when the Mexicans were slaves to the French, and the French kept going wanky wanky with their slaves, and then they made Spain. And Abraham Lincoln.
anyone lived in a pretty ballsy town
You need to have the guts to have balls to have the brains to think about doing something as revolutionary as writing without punctuations the way eecumins did. He was a man alright.
Believe it or not
Children in child labour are in fact children.
Anna Karenina proves that childbirth is most painful for women.
Back to school: Thank goodness for history books.
Slavery in the end turned out to be a good thing for everyone. Because then we wouldn’t know that treating people like that was wrong. And without slavery, we never would have had a Civil Rights Movement that showed racism is bad. Thank goodness for history books because then I never would know that racism existed before.