I zip it up and watch her twirl. My mother could be beautiful, if she were parachuted into someone else’s life. She has long dark hair and the fine collarbones of a princess, but the corners of her mouth turn down, like she’s swallowed bitter news. Through my experiences with my children going to rehabs that cost up to $8000.00 per stay, I learned that these rehabs are charging enormous prices to help our children the drug. In my daughters case it was alcohol. In my sons case it was Meth.
I made that connection too. Though they are built completely different as another user pointed out. The Cyberlife androids are anorganic, while the Gen 3 Synths are nearly completely organic lifeforms. Racism will always exist. Asking if we can kill KKK members kinda puts you on the other side of the same coin. Violence against someone who doesn fit your mold is a bigoted statement regardless of how wacked out their ideas may be.
Its very easy for all of us to make a comment everyone thinks differently and handle things different, maybe she needed help and guidance and no one was there to give a little advice or a helping hand. I am sure she had alot of options, so many mothers kill themselves and their children now that would have hurt all the family. When you are in a position like that, even your own family is no where around to give a helping hand.
The burqa or niqab is a way Muslim women protect their modesty. If they choose to wear it, it is because they want to keep a curtain between themselves and the intruding and invasive cold world around them. If they are being forced to wear it, then it is certainly not fair for them.
My ex had no problem just jerking off whenever he wanted (at home, of course) and it weirded me out. Like, I watching TV and you whacking it while at the computer desk behind me. The fuck. In a book that was decades in the construction, the journalist Christopher Booker argued that all stories in all literature conform to at least one of Seven Basic Plots. Ali’s life conforms to them all: Overcoming the Monster (Liston, Foreman), Rags to Riches, the Quest, Voyage and Return (Zaire and then Manila, where he fought Frazier), Comedy (“I hospitalised a brick/I’m so mean I make medicine sick”), Tragedy (the withdrawal of his boxing licence during his peak years for resisting the Vietnam draft, his imprisonment by Parkinson’s) and Rebirth (his defeat of Foreman at the age of 32). Just as you wonder what Miller could possibly add to the Everest of prose, his new book gives you an intimate glimpse of Tragic Ali: a man of once uncontainable animation now locked behind facial features that do not move “one tenth of an inch”.