has the hottest girls on campus.
in my opinion.
what you doing?
the most recently released album from panic! at the disco (2018).
fear of missing out. today's modern anxiety disorder.
businessman turned 45th president of the united states. part of a massive pedophilia ring involving jeffrey epstein and ghislaine maxwell. claimed he would "make america great again" but has turned it into the laughingstock of the world by promoting racism, sexism, and failing to do pretty much anything useful. currently undermining the united states postal service, admitting to attempting to sabotage the presidential election.
i leant upon a coppice gate
when frost was spectre-grey,
and winter's dregs made desolate
the weakening eye of day.
the tangled bine-stems scored the sky
like strings of broken lyres,
and all mankind that haunted nigh
had sought their household fires.
the land's sharp features seemed to be
the century's corpse outleant,
his crypt the cloudy canopy,
the wind his death-lament.
the ancient pulse of germ and birth
was shrunken hard and dry,
and every spirit upon earth
seemed fervourless as i.
at once a voice arose among
the bleak twigs overhead
in a full-hearted evensong
of joy illimited;
an aged thrush, frail, gaunt, and small,
in blast-beruffled plume,
had chosen thus to fling his soul
upon the growing gloom.
so little cause for carolings
of such ecstatic sound
was written on terrestrial things
afar or nigh around,
that i could think there trembled through
his happy good-night air
some blessed hope, whereof he knew
and i was unaware
thomas hardy the darkling thrush
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what upset the colonists about a tax such as the 1765 stamp act was that it was imposed on them without their consent. their assemblies could not vote on the tax, and they had no representatives in parliament "no taxation without representation" became their rallying cry.
a large minority, known as patriots, formed the sons of liberty and the daughters of liberty. these organizations asked colonial merchants not to trade with the british, and the daughters of liberty boycotted british goods.
a stamp act congress with delegates from nine colonies met in new york in october 1765. it sent a petition urging parliament to repeal the tax. one delegate stated what many were feeling: "there ought to be no new englanders, no new yorkers ... but all of us americans." parliament repealed the stamp tax but immediately passed a declaratory act, which said that only parliament had the authority to make laws for the colonies.
an english-born american, wrote a pamphlet called common sense, which sold 150,000 copies in just a few months because his arguments were so popular. "there is something very absurd," he wrote, "in supposing a continent to be perpetually governed by an island.... england [belongs to europe, america to itself."
150,000 copies in 2 months = 2,000,000 copies in 2 months 'today'
benedict arnold was an outstanding general. at saratoga, bhe showed enormous courage leading the charge that broke through burgoyne's lines. but he was a vain and sensitive man, who felt that he had been badly treated by congress and the army. in april 1779, arnold persuaded washington to put him in charge of west point, the fort on the lower hudson. once there, he arranged to sell the fort to the british. the plot was discovered; arnold escaped and was made a general by the british, but they never trusted him, even after he moved his family to england.
papers intended for benedict arnold detailing the sale of west point to the british are found in a fellow traitor's boot. image
a former slave, advised president abraham lincoln on black americans' struggles.
holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.
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