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I'm not much of a hand-shaker, but I do find that a smile and a friendly 'Good morning!' does amazing things to people. Well, not so much in the evening.

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Yet when there's one solitary dot that goes their way, the sky is falling

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Love the gap tooth look

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Is sloppy in style this year? πŸ˜€

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Too many comma's, hard to read, and, also, generally bad sentence structure.

I don't think you are stupid, just really bad at condensing a complex thought into a simple sentence.

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haha, well, it might be difficult for someone who has reading comprehension problems - I don't write in remedial class english! thanks for your review!

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In Italy? I don't know. A lot of native americans did get jobs as extras in hollywood, apparently, however.

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That must be one awesome party ...

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Different counties have different rates, usually depends on the # of accidents in a county. At least, that's the big differentiaterr in Texas

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Simply adapt accordingly with a "good evening!"

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Zianna's smile just lights up that room.

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Oh, if only I did a decent Hitchcock impression!

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Even better! Practice makes perfect!

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Sorry, bias does not have to be founded in fear. Do MRAs fear women? No, they despise them and denigrate them but they do not fear them.

Bias is implicit in human reasoning because we all use assumptions held in common to make judgments on little evidence. This prejudgment helps us to react rapidly in many situations but can become dangerous when carried further.

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What a tryhard.

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