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A very poor man lived with his wife. One day, his wife, who had very long hair asked him to buy her a particular comb for her hair to grow well and to be well-groomed. The man felt very sorry and said no. He explained that he did not even have enough money to fix the strap of his watch he had just broken. She did not insist on her request. The man went to work and passed by a watch shop, sold his damaged watch at a low price and went to buy a comb for his wife. He... Read more »

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*Boys vs Girls* Boys get mad easily, but usually do not show it. Girls get sad easily and can cry like crazy! Boys care about the quantity of love. Girls care about the quality of love! Boys can forget, but can not forgive. Girls can forgive, but can not forget! Boys can never reject a girl’s add friend request. But girls often reject it just to feel powerful! Boys prefer the phrase "Boys vs Girls". Girls insist on saying "Girls vs Boys"!

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Image, The serious reader in the age of technology is a rebel by

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The serious reader in the age of technology is a rebel by definition: a protester without a placard, a Luddite without hammer or bludgeon. She reads on planes to picket the antiseptic nature of modern travel, on commuter trains to insist on individualism in the midst of the herd, in hotel rooms to boycott the circumstances that separate her from her usual sources of comfort and stimulation, during office breaks to escape from the banal conversation of office mates, and at home to revolt against the pervasive and mind-deadening irrelevance of television.

Eric Burns

Image, It is characteristic of the barbarian … to insist upon seeing a thing “

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It is characteristic of the barbarian ... to insist upon seeing a thing "as it is." The desire testifies that he has nothing in himself with which to spiritualize it; the relation is one of thing to thing without the intercession of the imagination. Impatient of the veiling with which the man of higher type gives the world imaginative meaning, the barbarian and the Philistine, who is the barbarian living amid culture, demands the access of immediacy. Where the former wishes representation, the latter insists upon starkness of materiality, suspecting rightly that forms will mean restraint.

Richard M. Weaver