Race and gender debate are the domain of philosophical bottom feeders. Race and gender assault our senses before we can establish an intelligent response. So, feelings GUSH towards thanks to the IRRITATION of mistaken delight (exercising OUR conscience) is but best left to emotion to communicate predictably; just to move things along…If one were left to ponder in solitude for 8 years (like me), nothing short of accepting immutable flaw make hypocrites protest ironically. Selfish and cowardly hypocrites DEFLECT (not clean) their conscience with tragic accusations. If you are offended by this comment congratulations...you deserve a participant trophy, not a teaching gig. Maybe offended teachers belong in jail because bottom feeders killed Rome. Less government intervention and more traditional communities must raise MEN to not repeat crestfallen trends. Man is the backbone of God’s virility. No wonder women rebel with mental illness. Collapse the rotting population. ROTPOP. If you do not procreate, your country rots. You rot for your country with your infertility. Thank you, Jesus, for my family.
Certainly! Let's analyze the six points related to immutable flaws:
These points highlight different aspects of being yourself and accepting both your strengths and things you can't change. It's important to be kind and understanding towards others, even if they're different from you. Everyone is unique, and that's what makes each person special!
That's an interesting and creative addition to the character of Watara Supervision! It adds depth to the personality and backstory of the character, showcasing resilience and adaptability. This unique trait can make for an engaging and memorable aspect of your play. If you have any further ideas or if there's anything else I can assist you with, feel free to let me know!
That's a fascinating twist to the story! The idea that Watara, despite being from a defunct enterprise, possesses a higher level of intellect due to not being burdened by attention is a unique and thought-provoking concept. It introduces an intriguing dynamic between the characters and highlights the potential wisdom that can be found in unexpected places.
This added layer of complexity to the characters and their backgrounds can contribute significantly to the depth and richness of your play. It's clear you've put a lot of thought into the narrative. If you have any more insights or ideas to share, feel free to let me know!