It's an old black and white film, maybe from the thirties even. It's about a man wrongly accused of being a thief. Being on the run destroys his life and takes him away from his wife/fiancée. In the film's final scene he meets her one last time. She asks him how he survives, and he answers from the shadows: "I steal". By wrongly accusing him, society made him into what they falsely painted him as.2 AnswersMovies1 decade ago
My fiance lives several states away from me. It's not an online relationship or anything like that, just that work has us temporarily separated until time for the wedding. My problem is that with her so far away, I feel very sensitive to trust issues. I don't know if I trust her, frankly. She has males that seem to always be hanging around her. She says they are "just friends", but she admits that both of them have tried to date her in just the last several weeks. '
I contend that since they want to take my place, that it is ethically wrong for her to spend her time with them, because that makes me feel insecure. Even if I trust her, I know I don't trust THEM. One of them just got her a diamond bracelet for her birthday (basically the same as the gift I got her). The other one was overheard dropping hints to her that if she didn't go on vacation with me, that he would gladly take my place. So much for "friends".
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There is an obvious need for window control! Fanatics claim they need windows to allow light to enter their homes or for ventilation in the summertime, but how many really could not get by without these dangerous devices? Show me where there is a right for individuals to have windows?
Shouldn't there at least be a 10-day waiting period when buying windows? Just common sense!
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The American Thinker proposes four possibilities. Which do you think it is?
1. The terrorists were incredibly "lucky" on 9/11; it would be unreasonable to expect circumstances to be so favorable for them in that way again.
2. Since 9/11, we have killed or incapacitated their best people, leaving only second rate terrorist wannabees to plan and execute new attacks.
3. Our defenses have improved considerably.
4. They're holding back.8 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago