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  1. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury about 24 hours ago

    “Back round” is an interesting phrase, though; it’s a quicker look back than “background”, more of a backward glance than a historical perspective.

  2. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 16 days ago

    I developed a little pain in my chest when I was living in Paris for a year; not wanting to deal with cancer in a foreign country, I stopped smoking. The little pain went away. When I returned home to Utah, I started smoking again…and the little pain came back. It kept at me until I stopped smoking. My body was talking to me and I listened. That was in the seventies. I’m still here and breathing easily.

  3. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 28 days ago

    And Rose is Rose, but only human vs. cat

  4. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Prisoners are rarely charged for room and board when they are released.

  5. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    A carefully reasoned statement of disagreement would be a more effective.

  6. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    We would also do well to ask ourselves what conditions we tolerate today, with twinges of conscience, that in 20 or so years from now will be seen clearly to be morally abominable. Very few act on their moral principles when they will be regarded by their neighbors as simple idealist for doing so.

  7. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    Beautiful! Nobirdy aviar soar anywing to eagle it!
    (James Joyce)

  8. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    That’s what her body language is saying. Boopsie is distracted by her memories and forgetting that her daughter only wants a quick suggestion of how to start——if anything. When asking for help, it’s important not to leave the driver’s seat at the computer.

  9. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Well said! If you don’t have kids, you still need public education because you have friends, neighbors and countrymen who need to receive it when they’re children if they’re to help you maintain civility, science, art and all those other elements of civilization when they grow up and replace you as decision makers.

  10. marzipANn commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    If you demand lively presentation from the speaker and easy reading from the book, you’ll end up with pseudo science and sappy literature. Charisma adds a glow to a lecture but it’s not a quality everyone can achieve; there will be dull speakers and difficult books. Learning doesn’t end with graduation; we continue to learn from speakers and writers, and that process will be more successful if we have learned how to listen and read for content and use critical thinking in integrating new information into our store of knowledge. The work habits the student develops in school will be as helpful as the knowledge imparted.