What’s in your heart?
Sometime between 1985 and 1995, I became aware that, for years, roughly once a month I had faced a personal crisis; and some of these were pretty severe.
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Here we find that in the combination “ear,” normally “ea” will be a hook typed with the left hand, and the “r” will be typed with the right. “Sear,” “wear,” “sears,” “wears” and “seared” are exceptions.
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Two different approaches to white racism
There is a certain futility to talking about
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Sunday, May 27, 2012
I wasn’t going to mention this, but then this happened at the shelter.
This might not have happened at a different shelter.
For about a week, this young boy’s been coming here who keeps one hand on his pants at all times. If he didn’t, they’d fall down completely. Normally his drawers are all showing.
I don’t know how many times they asked him to fix his pants, but tonight they finally told him if he doesn’t fix his pants he can’t come in.
If you wear your pants hanging off your butt to put yourself outside the mainstream, congratulations.
You’re not welcome in the mainstream.
You may not be welcome at the homeless shelter, either.
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For me, this is the most difficult letter combination so far. Until now, we have always specified that the combination re be typed with r on the right hand and e on the left hand. Here, I had to make either or or re a hook — or with the right hand, or re with the left. I chose the latter. Continue reading Lesson 17: Words containing “ore”