For something like this? You getting laid out at minimum and maybe your life if you catch someone strapped on the wrong day. Is it right? Probably not. But that just how life is in the hood/trap/project/favela. “The spirit of system, a fertile Source of error, fertile in most sciences, is peculiarly so in political economy. It is a foe to solid knowledge; the more insidious and fatal because it usually accompanies superior mental capacity, being very nearly allied to that love and relish of truth which distinguishes minds of a superior order. The spirit of system consists in a tendency to reduce all phenomena to a few general rules, and to find a greater degree of order, symmetry, and simplicity in the natural, moral, or political world than really exists, or can exist.
Although commonly thought of as being a French soup, it was apparently invented in New York City around 1917 by a French chef named Louis Diat at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. He took a traditional French soup of leeks and potatoes, refined it somewhat, and served it cold instead of hot. After becoming well known in the States, it made its way to France.
Maybe people are getting tired of it? Not worth getting into an argument over it. Not like two spaces after a period. If you put two spaces after a period, then GET OUT!. Offensive in the Tamil homeland; the civilian Tamil population continued to be a target of military operations, disappearances, rape, torture, arbitrary arrest, and detention; there was still an embargo of food and medicine imposed on the northeast of the island; there were more than 825,000 displaced Tamil civilians. The Commission must adopt a resolution calling upon the Sri Lankan Government to cease all military operations against Tamil civilians, to withdraw occupying forces from the Tamil homeland, and lift the blockade on humanitarian aid, and calling on both parties to the conflict to secure a political solution that recognized the right of the Tamils to determine their political future. Great concern also was felt over brutal human rights abuses in Iran, especially against women; and over the effects of war damage, depleted uranium, and the economic embargo against Iraq.
The one thing all these stories have in common is that they are about British soldiers or airmen trying to escape from German camps. But during World War Two German soldiers were also kept in prisoner of war camps, in this country and in various parts of the British Commonwealth. And, like their British counterparts they, too, often attempted to escape..