They’re not pushed.
Peter Balakian: And “fire”—they’re really subtle rhymes.
They’re afraid they’re going to get Covid.
They don’t remember where they’re going or what they’re running from.
They’re making those decisions when they’re not in the state to do so.”
“They’re having fun and they’re learning the market, and I think it’s great.”
“They’re bringing drugs; they’re bringing crime; they’re rapists.”
They’re superbly made and, though they’re on the large side, they’re almost unbelievably comfy.
They’re smart, they’re incredibly well made (in Italy, no less), but above all else, they’re really comfortable.
“They’re not getting a lot and they’ve got no rights whatsoever, but they’re already talking about what they’re going to do with the money.
“They’re mission-based: They’re coming in for a transaction, they’re lingering less time in stores, and they’re buying at a higher conversion rate.”
They’re fighting for equal pay; they’re using their platforms to speak up about inequality and stand up to Donald Trump; they’re raising the profile of women’s sports.
They’re celebrating it because they’re taking pride in their culture, they’re remembering a difficult part of their history — the history of slavery — and they’re recognizing freedom and equality.
They’re gonna wipe their face between points, they’re gonna ask for balls, they’re gonna choose the ball, they’re gonna bounce the ball 200 times, they’re gonna hit the ball, and that’s it.
“I think if you talk to Republicans on the hill," she adds, "they will say they’re not looking for something symbolic, they’re looking for engagement, they’re looking to have a conversation, they’re looking to have a dialogue and that’s exactly what he’s going to do.”
Now they’re all stuffed into their waterproof pants and their rubber boots; now they’re being zipped and buckled into their life jackets like outsized kindergarten kids; now they’re turning their tags from green to red; now they’re edging down the gangway and being whisked into the black inflatable Zodiacs.
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Now theyre all stuffed into their waterproof pants and their rubber boots now theyre being zipped and buckled into their life jackets like outsized kindergarten kids now theyre turning their tags from green to red now theyre edging down the gangway and being whisked into the black inflatable Zodiacs