Sounds arise and hearing occurs. Similarly thoughts arise and the knowing of thoughts occur. The I does not make sounds occur and the I does not make thoughts appear…. Sounds occur. Thoughts occur. There is no I that is making it happen The I is not the thinker
The Rosetta Stone is the key to understanding the hieroglyphs. It has the same text written in Greek, Latin, and the hieroglyphs, allowing people to finally read hieroglyphs. …Nice to know if you walk into a pyramid and the hieroglyphs say "touch this panel and die," and you can actually read that.
The boys and girls drew the coal in tubs along the galleries by means of a belt and chain, which passed around their waists. Many girls were thus employed, and after a tim…e became crooked and ddeformed.
yes exspecialy because he is a big pnis
because they see everyone doing it so they follow them to think that is healthy
because they work and move automatically
Because stones were there, ready to be used for crushing other things, for fighting; even for creating games. They used stones to shape other stones to make weapons.
From my own personal training and experience, it is easier to just do the moves you want to do; with little thought, because it will make it more difficult to do. Just do, don…'t think!
The Stone Age people spent most of their time hunting and gathering. The men had to kill animals for food and clothes, while the women and children stayed in safer areas a…nd gathered wild fruit, nuts, leaves, mushrooms, etc ...
Because they like bullying others, trying to control other lives, they are so used to it, that when even a humble resistance is shown, or when you try to complain to your frie…nds, the reaction is ballistic. No one was given right to stalk/ check wardrobes/hack/making a girl listen to the same crap again and gain that too indirectly through another girls. One day/one week but when its an unending process over a year and it affects work and well-being of a person. It becomes worse when the girl doesnt know who the person might be yet is being punished for ignoring someone. How on earth can someone ignore a persom whom you never even talked.
No they are unlikely to think this. They may think that he influenced you though. Or they may just think that he encouraged you to audition because he did well.
In Barack Obama
One answer: First, this question calls for an opinion and asks us to accept that anyone who voted for President Obama was "fooled." While not everyone can agree on politics,… it is somewhat harsh to say that everyone who sincerely supported the president was duped, or that they were lied to by "liberal professors" or the "liberal media." (Contrary to conservative talking points, it is a myth that most professors are liberal; certain departments at a university may indeed have more liberals, but others tend to be dominated by conservatives. As for the media, including Fox News, it is corporate, driven what will get the biggest ratings and what appeals to sponsors.) That said, the voters who chose President Obama would say they were not fooled at all -- rather, they agreed with his policies and truly believed he was the best person to lead the country. Further, they disagreed with the policies and assertions of his opponent, Mitt Romney. When George W. Bush was re-elected, many Democrats and liberals felt the same frustration that the person who wrote this question feels: how could the voters not see that the wrong person got elected? But in a democracy, these things happen. Voters who chose President Obama believed that he inherited a bad situation from President Bush as well as inheriting the effects of a world-wide global crisis; they believed Mr. Obama has had to contend with four years of an obstructionist Republican congress; they believed that the wealthy are not paying their fair share and that corporations are benefiting from tax policies that let them send American jobs to foreign countries; they also believed that the government should stay out of people's bedrooms and not tell women what they can do with their body; and they believed that the president has done some very good things, even if they don't agree with every decision. That is why they voted for President Obama's re-election. But obviously, not everyone shares these views. If you feel that Mr. Obama has done a terrible job and should have been replaced, your opinion is articulated in the following answer: Another answer: People are either stupid, misinformed, or in denial. They are still blaming George W. Bush for the state we are currently in. But the fact is, Obama has spent more than any other president combined, minus world war 2. He has put us in more debt in three and a half years than Bush did his entire two terms. Mostly young kids in college, which, colleges are usually liberal, are taught liberal mindsets, and so there goes the young vote. People who won' take responsibility know that Obama will give them free handouts, so they tend to vote for him. Uneducated people, yet some still hard-working, are ignorant to the fact that Obama is a wealthy man and is not FOR the working man. He is taxing EVERYBODY. And those who make less tend to be jealous of those who make good money, and the democrats act as if the rich get their money for now work, which is absolutely incorrect. The only way to become rich is to work. It's rare to get lucky with riches. Although you don't become poor by being unlucky, unless you lose your job, but they still vote for Obama. They blame the rich, which just isn't fair. Obama is a gifted speaker, and a good liar. He lied his way into office, and now we're paying for it. When people smarten up, take responsibility, and start becoming truly informed by listening to real news, not CNN/MSNBC, they may just learn that it's partly their fault they are doing not well. They voted for Obama.
Yes, it is very common that some people will act rash and won't think of the outcomes, but of the thing itself, mainly aspired by excitement, anticipation or temptation. (i.e.… Skydiving. it's fun and all you have to do is jump, but millions have died from it.)
Money had not been invented - everyone was self employed.
What does the picture show who do you think the people are in it and what do you think they are doing?
A Picture is worth a thousand words is that why they say. So when looking at a picture you can see people and look at what they are doing. Sometimes it isnÍt clear who is in …the pic or what they are doing.
Matthew Richard "Matt" Stone is best known as being co-creator of South Park as well as co-writer for the 2011 multi-Tony Award winning musical The Book of Mormon.