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|Friends are generally of the same sex, for when men and women agree, it is only |
in the conclusions; their reasons are always different. George Santayana Men ...
Minna Antrim Men mourn for what they have lost; women for what they ain't got.
|Baudrillard, Jean Men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women |
watch themselves being looked at. - Berger, John Men mourn for what they have
lost; women for what they ain't got. - Billings, Josh While farmers generally allow
|Quality living has always been a balancing act, and some people master it better |
than others. Seeking to achieve it after ... After cancer, women often feel they
have lost a significant part of themselves and their sexuality. Mourning is natural.
|Benoite Groult (b. 1920) French writer Man weeps to think that he will die so soon|
; woman, that she was born so long ago. H.L Mencken (1880-1956) American
writer and editor Men mourn for what they have lost; women for what they ain't got
|He eventually discovers that maybe he's not as special as he thought, and being |
the last man on Earth ain't all it's cracked up to be. ... The Internet is rife with
hilarious photos of what the world would look like if women ruled it (they usually
involve parking spaces that are ... woman in 60 issues, and she's got the IQ of a
gnat. ... Others mourn those whom they have lost, or blame themselves for their
|If you find that your child is starting to question his or her sexual orientation, it |
would be best to get your values in check first. Sometimes ... Most people speak
of grief and mourning, as if they have lost a loved one during this “coming out”
process. It is natural ... Gay men and women are simply attracted to their own
|Reckless Eyeballing get you hung. We so afraid of being ... Ain't as bad for nigga |
women as it is for our men. If men ... Ever since the Union pulled out and
Reconstruction ended, the old Confederates been mad they lost the war. So they
|If women's entry into the labor force stirred up men's ability to anchor their identity |
as family provider, women's ... This decline in manufacturing has been
precipitous—and permanent. “Foreman says these jobs are going, boys, and
they ain't coming back,” sang Bruce Springsteen in “My Hometown”—a 1984 tune
that resonates even more today as ... Heather Boushey, in her chapter in this
report, also captures the anxiety experienced by blue-collar men of all races who
are losing the ...
|As soon as he finds out that Oliver Hopkins ain't dead, he'll be back on the |
Bennett place as big as life. So I guess it won't be ... You're going to fight him, and
the only way you can stop oneof Blondy's kind isto killhim. I know! ... picked a job
where he'd have to talk to cows instead of to men,I can't make out! He could ... "
What kind of mendo they breed nowadays? ... It ain't no ways possible for a man
to be really in love except with a woman like she is, or her mother was before her!
|though we'd have had to draw in our belts, somehow or other we'd have won |
through. But what ... If a chief dies they mourn for him, sittin' on their rumps, till
they're pretty well dead themselves. In the old fightin' days what they lost in a
battle was nothin' to what they lost afterwards lamentin' it. ... But Zacharias is
mighty bad with lumbago and can't get about enough, and the Father ain't up to
the ways of them savages. ... A dog whip would be the thing if you'd the right man
to handle it.