Is outright Failure motivation of our Modus operandi or the other way round?
by Credence2 3 years ago
This deal maker has been accused of chiseling out of his business arrangements to the point where it is the natural manner of how he rountinely does business. This stuff gets out, it is not going to help absolve him in regards to the "University' controversy that he is currently embroiled...
by sannyasinman 9 years ago
The film that was shown on TV around the world of Israeli soldiers being hit with iron bars as they land on the deck of the Gaza Aid ship, the Mavi Marmara, and so justifying the killing and wounding of many civilians, is a hoax, according to the compiled evidence below. The boats name should...
by Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago
He did not tell her to use private servers for classified information because he used what was right for classified unlike Hillary who at last count had over 2000 classified US top secret messages on private servers. She thought to make herself look better thinking everyone would cover and uphold...
by itakins 7 years ago
How would you feel if there was an outright ban on abortion in the USA ?Following a nationwide referendum ,the majority vote is that abortion should be banned.How would you feel?
by Terri Meredith 7 years ago
What is the funniest thing you've witnessed but couldn't laugh outright because it would have...been rude?I was walking across a little foot bridge with a very expensive camera in my hand. I wasn't looking where I was going and ended up missing the bottom step. I was more worried about...
by guessmyname 11 years ago
Asking myself, "What's the worst that can happen?"Our biggest fear is of the unknown. When we're facing a challenge, we often shy away for fear of failure. Generally, we don't stop to work out what the consequences of failure would actually be - it's just a big nameless...
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