Don't get me wrong, the point of the book isn't the problem. Its just that when I read it I wasn't the least bit interested, maybe if I went back that would change, but unfortunately now I don't really have the time to do so.
Wow, that is a horribly terrible idea, not just horrible or terrible. But if you are going to make them read non-fiction, surely there must be something better than those specific recommendations. But on the bright side, they should still be able to read 1984 if we keep drifting that way, since it will shift to a non-fiction.
I personally didn't enjoy To Kill a Mockingbird, but that was just a matter of personal taste.
I hope he gives some thought to running for president in 2016 or 2020. He seems like a great leader and person.
I haven't seen his legislative accomplishments as mayor but he is doing a great job of putting the spotlight on the poor. The middle class is important but we also need a system that builds up the poor and enables them to jump into the middle class.
Good to see someone stand up for what he believes in.
No problem. I'm about to open up the draft thread so you can go ahead and make your pick sir.
Need you to check-in for the redraft so we can start, you are 1 of 2 people missing.
My guess is the people whose money he threw down the crapper had a strong voice in this decision.
Hey man when you get a chance would you mind posting in the check-in thread for the redraft? We're waiting for everyone to check-in before we start the draft.
Glad to hear this. If MSNBC (or whatever they changed their name to), would just take Al Sharpton and Ed Schultz (I'm iffy on Lawrence O'Donnell) off the air, then we will be a large step towards a civil discourse.
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