“It speaks of a boring actress whose whole range of gestures consists of simpering and twirling her hair.”
Shradha M on Jun 6, 2014 at 01:51:39
“I don't know how "being lead of one of the most successful tv shows of all time, and reprising that role in 19 films, huge popularity, a strong financial base, independence, speaks of a boring actress. Though what you said does speak of your inability to tell the the difference between an objective statement and subjective opinions, and keeping them apart.
We all have right to find any actor/person/activity boring or interesting but i don't know how does that make sense here. Also, the range of gestures you defined is again an observation that is subjective.
I suppose you should have said - "I THINK her films "speak of a boring actr... contd..
“It's the basic law of supply and demand. I worked in foster care and adoption for 40 years. The agencies would rather place a child in a home of his own race or ethnicity. They will approve transracial adoptions in the case of hard-to-place children. There are almost no white children who are considered hard-to-place, unless they have severe physical, mental or emotional handicaps, because there are so many white couples waiting to adopt. For every healthy white infant available for adoption there are 1000 white couples who want him. Black infants are no longer considered hard-to-place; I worked with black families who waited up to a year for a healthy black baby. Domestic adoption has become so difficult for all races now that a lot of families are adopting overseas.”
“The decline and fall began in 1968 when Nixon's southern strategy propelled millions of segregationists into the republican party.”
RaringToGo on May 26, 2014 at 16:53:52
“Interesting. I was going to say this all started in 1980 when Reagan took office and made "liberal" a dirty word, cut the Department of Education and counted on the dumbing down of America to move money from the many to money for the few. He would be very proud to view the United States he helped create.”