“After the recent events in Iraq, it has been proved that the Kurdish people should seize the opportunity now – the Kurdistan people should now determine their future.”
I hope we never cross that line here in the US. No government should be given the power to ban words.
Oh, I’m just buying econ-o-size multi-packs of mysterious herbal energy supplements off of eBay and having one-sided text conversations composed entirely of consonants and punctuation.
“They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security.”
‘Twas the night before Thanksgiving when all through the bar, not a creature was sober, y’all know who you are.
Thanksgiving is my hands down, no-other-within-a-mile, favorite holiday of the year. Here’s why: 1. It’s always a four day weekend. Sleeping in, playing cards, watching the parade.
You managed to get a job—yes, in this economy!—so by golly, you can do anything you set your mind to!
At the end of June, Melih Gökçek — the mayor of Ankara, Turkey, a city of four and a half million — took to twitter and accused a journalist working for the BBC of being both a spy and a traitor.
In the predictable and consistent space of Thanksgiving, we created our own camaraderie, a sense of togetherness that we solidified from year to year.
Don’t refuse the tea. It’s rude.