to Sandra HerbThe free moneys was not handed out in 1968
let me guess your weight.i bet you need the assistance of a proctoligist to dismount from tour bike ride if you even have it in you to do something to do other than to be wrong all of the time.
And yet again you have proved the original impetus for my e-mail...you can't even spell penicillin...Your are a buffoon...why don't you join the circus?Oh!You already did....
that case you have can be treated with a shot of penacilion and some cream
Breaking my own word...but just could not resist....Your last e-mail just serves to prove my original point...I rest my case.
our reaction to such stressors is influenced by the way we appraise both the events and our capacity to respond to them.you cannot end the days haste by demanding it.therefore the sight that is granted to your world penetrates within the eternal justice as the eye into the sea;for through from the shore it sees the bottom,in the open sea it does not,and yet the bottomis there but the depth conceals it take a step back and see a better day ahead.good luck.education is the answer
Manda, I want to go back to get my master's (filled out the FASFA, talked to a college advisor at a local college (an hour away, the closest where I live) who said no problem getting in), but I don't have the funding and with the cost of graduate credits, my loans would be so high. I have a bachelor's degree in psychology. My part-time work has been substitute teaching and tutoring. I did it to make some money at first, but soon found I love working with kids and designing lessons. Teachers and staff have expressed they think I should go back to college for teaching; I get called in a lot when school's in session, and the kids want to know when I'll be back. I'm disappointed I didn't find that passion before I got my bachelor's degree in psychology. I was hoping to work for awhile, save up and go back. Do online credits usually transfer? I've looked at a couple online programs. One online Master's in Education program I found was accredited and meets licensing guidelines, it was a lot cheaper, but then I ran into discouragement from several people about online degrees. Then I read a research study that found principals are less likely to consider teacher applicants who graduated from an online program than applicants from traditional campus based programs. So I felt shot down on that route. I guess I've reached a point of limbo and have felt there's very few options and a lot of road blocks. I keep applying for those jobs and hoping there'll be a way to go back to college without ending up with a $50,000 loan. What are you going back in?
homogeneity is easy;nothing is more soothing than working,playing,marrying,and living in a group of people exactly like ourselves.but diversity has enough advantages to work toward.it provides ambassadors to other countries,alsocould make people more curious,tolerant of differences,and interesting to be with.not like a raving idiot with nothing but negativity.
in a country where millions are rich yet thousands go to sleep each night hungry and with no shelter.the question is is this fair.any government that allows people to be malnourished and without even basic shelter while others are able to live a life of luxury without even having to work is fundamentaly unjust.there should be economic incentives for hard work brillant inventions and entrepreneurial skill.we should be able to keep the fruit of our labor.so i guess the only way to make income more equal is to make all citizens poorer
I have been in this country for more than 40 years and am close to retirement...I am a degreed Accountant.I have a house, a Jeep, a comfortable IRA account, a married son and 2 grandchildren I can well afford to go back to England if I so choose...So...why don't you shut your big, fat Yank mouth when you have no idea what you are talking about..and as for giving me a job...you can shove that offer where the sun don't shine....I will no long respond to your correspondance...it is clear that I am dealing with an imbecile....Oh...and New York is the last place in the this country I wouldconsider going to....it is filled with ignorant big mouths...as you have just proved.
sandy i guess that i could buy you out about 2,000 times i anm having a cocktail here at poolside at my house then i yhink i will go to phoenix arizona to have a few more with my dearest friends.all graduates from george washington u.then i think i will go to san francisco to be with more alumnusts so be what you is and not what you isnt because if you is what you isnt you is what you aint how would it seem that i have much more education and money than a sorry ass brit bloat