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Differant
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 There is no difference in people we aer all the same debunk the myth and run the hills of pain. Even in the culture that has no east and west there is a differant. He wears a head scarf and a flag shirt a cowboy vest and hardware not bullits for a gun. He lives more on one hour than a man in a whole month of Sundays can. His legs are long and they are way too short his arms reach. His feet stride, his lights shine he is alive in a differant. He simulates humanity then pauses long enought to eat two differant flavors of real love. He is in the Ethernet of differant. He got sober and stopped his smoking gun, now he loves one ewe and only one. Hitler volunteered at age 25 by enlisting in a Bavarian Regiment. After its first engagement against the British and Belgians near Ypres, 2500 of the 3000 men in the Hitler's regiment were killed, wounded or missing. Hitler escaped without a scratch. Throughout most of the war, Hitler had great luck avoiding life threatening injury. More than once he moved away from a spot where moments later a shell exploded killing or wounding everyone.  Hitler, by all accounts, was an unusual soldier with a sloppy manner and unmilitary bearing. But he was also eager for action and always ready to volunteer for dangerous assignments even after many narrow escapes from death. Eye remember an account of  Hitler in a battle walking forward to the front line shooting his pistol then falling down weather from fear it was or an actual bullit striking him eye am not certain now. He was differant. Roy Rogers, in fact, is the only person to have been inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame twice--once as a solo performer, and once as a member of the Sons of the Pioneers. He also was differant. George Bush has always traded shamelessly on his alleged record as a naval aviator during the Second World War in the Pacific theatre. During the 1964 senate campaign in Texas against Senator Ralph Yarborough, Bush televised a grainy old film which depicted young George being rescued at sea by the crew of the submarine USS Finnback after his Avenger torpedo bomber was hit by Japanese anti-aircraft fire during a bombing raid on the island of Chichi Jima on September 2, 1944. That film, retrieved from the Navy archives, backfired when it was put on the air too many times, eventually becoming something of a maladroit cliche. Eye say GB was differant.  The CharlaX phenom is growing in fits and giggles as the Parliament in Great Briton has determined that when British Soldiers speak they are always saying eye say, EYE say old bean.  They are differant. CharlaX is indeed a differant.  Romeo was differant. Juliet was differant. Lady Montague asks whether Benvolio has seen her son, Romeo. Benvolio replies that he earlier saw Romeo pacing through a grove of sycamores outside the city; since Romeo seemed troubled, Benvolio did not speak to him. Concerned about their son, the Montagues tell Benvolio that Romeo has often been seen melancholy, walking alone among the sycamores. They add that they have tried to discover what troubles him, but have had no success. Benvolio sees Romeo approaching, and promises to find out the reason for his melancholy. He is a differant. Niccol˛ Machiavelli was a dead author he was only published after he has died and that is what makes him now so differant. He was someone until he was ostracized and then he was a philosopher on the order of a Plato or a Hypochondriac a differant.  Eye could never be a plagiarist of Niccolo philosophy is boiling poetry not the style of eye and not the meat a poet eats for legacy or fame eye want to publish all mye work before eye die. A differant.






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