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Jeanne lavezzo June 4, 2013 at 02:55 pm
Way to go Robin . Love you more daddy. Everyone please remember in Sept -Oct , we will be collectingRead More new and lightly worn clothing for our homeless veterans in our dads name . This will be in the patch , please help us keep these men and women warm . Love you more daddy
Jami June 4, 2013 at 03:18 pm
Way to go my gree ♥ u
celeste (marcum) demko June 4, 2013 at 06:51 pm
Truly this was a good and loving man. Great chioce!
Jennifer DeCangi May 7, 2013 at 08:29 pm
Oh yay! My husband and I are delighted to be your winner for this category/month because our 2 yearRead More anniversary is on May 22nd! :) Thank SO much! Oh..and Caiden, Callie and Caillou (the pups) say "TANKS" too! ;)
trish May 8, 2013 at 06:03 am
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Danielle Horn May 14, 2013 at 01:56 am
Congrats, Jennifer! Can you email me at danielle.horn@patch.com? (I'm having technical difficultiesRead More getting your email address!)
GM March 10, 2013 at 07:58 pm
It's interesting to see how people coming at this book from different starting points react to itRead More differently. I was introduced to Flatland years ago when I was in college by either a Math professor or a Physics professor (can't remember which for sure). When read from a starting perspective that the book is an exercise in describing an alternative existence (which fortunately for the author was made simpler by taking one of our three dimensions away) the story introduces an intriguing framework for defining a society. For me, the book's insights hinged less on what the author was saying about social issues we face in our three-dimensional existence and more on the idea of "seeing" how the nature of this two-dimensional world led its inhabitants to adopt social conventions that might seem absurd to us, but that were developed as solutions - sensible or not - to real dilemmas faced in Flatland. I came away from the book thinking about how silly some of our solutions might look to a being that was capable of seeing a further dimension of reality beyond our three-dimensional perspective.
David Nolta February 12, 2013 at 12:22 am
I just saw it. I am eager to know what you thought about the ending... No spoiler alertRead More needed--there are no surprises in the ending--you know the ending from the beginning. But the image of the daughter in the study--what do you think it meant? GREAT FILM. But yes, deeply disturbing and sad.
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