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Several reasons.Writers are not always linear thinkers. We dart from idea to idea and often place some important parts of our stories or articles ahead of or behind where they will do the most good. Editing helps us arrange our thoughts after we’ve put them down and looked at them and said to ourselves, “What the hell was I thinking when I put that there?”Second, we do pity our readers, and don’t want them to suffer through bizarre grammar, misspellings, unclear thoughts, useless characters, dead-end sub-plots, incorrect information (simply wrong stuff), and awkward phrasing.Third, we do want to be credible (and profitable). If our writing is sloppy, dull, riddled with errors, poorly plotted, or simply incoherent in places, the chances are very good our readership will dry up like a waterhole in the desert.

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen every single episode of the Brady Bunch.To my recollection, I don’t think the show ever provided any backstory about Carol or Mike’s first spouses.One thing is known, however. Brady Bunch creator Sherwood Schwartz said that the series was inspired based on a 1965 LA Times news article about divorce statistics. Schwartz said,“However, in the case of The Brady Bunch, I know exactly what inspired that show. It was just a four-line filler piece in the Los Angeles Times. Just a statistic. It said that year, 1965, 31 percent of all marriages involved people who had a child or children from a previous marriage. It was just a statistic, but to me it indicated a remarkable sociological change in our country. Thirty-one percent is approximately one-third of all marriages. That's a huge statistic.”Florence Henderson, who played Carol Brady, said in an interview, “"I killed my husband. I was the original Black Widow," but, of course, she was only joking. She also confirmed, “they never said one way or the other.”There are some who believe Mike was a widower.In the pilot episode (The Honeymoon), there is one scene with little Bobby has put away a picture of his real mother, fearing that his soon to be stepmom would be angry if she saw it. Mike tells Bobby that his fears are unwarranted and that his mother “would have been proud.” Some people interpreted this to imply Bobby’s mother had died. However, the show never explicitly said one way or the other.

It depends on what you mean by “bad”. It has many meanings. Bad personally? Against the middle class and poor- yes, they are. Bad that they are more corrupt? Yes. The stats are there online for you to see. Some go to prison (as in Nixon’s administration). The world court was trying to decide whether to try Cheney for was crimes. Obviously, they won’t. All politicians aren’t created equal, but some let power go to their heads.Ten out of 14 times I read, it was the Republicans that did it. That makes the other answer incorrect, Susan Moy. Many reasons it will shut down. Carter and Reagan had the most. So, no, it was not the Dems that did it more. Read: Here is every previous government shutdown, why they happened and how they endedNo one likes a shutdown. Reasons: abortion bills, waste of money (like a submarine Carter didn’t think was worth it. Funding for Contra militants (we all know what happened there). H.W. refusing to pass a bill that didn’t include lowering deficit, disagreements of the other party. These idiots in politics will find any reason to hurt the people. Sometimes it may be a good reason, but…

Film jim morrison,20 caratteri?

Io non ne so niente, ma sinceramente poco mi importa. Non riusciranno mai a fare un film su jim morrison, non potranno mai catturare tutte le sfumature che morrison presenta. Non parto prevenuta, però sicuramente così, l'aiuto di ray non mi tranquillizza. A meno che non sia una specie di documentario con pezzi di video, appunto, inediti...però io mi arrendo, jim morrison non può essere rappresentato in un film.

Several reasons.Writers are not always linear thinkers. We dart from idea to idea and often place some important parts of our stories or articles ahead of or behind where they will do the most good. Editing helps us arrange our thoughts after we’ve put them down and looked at them and said to ourselves, “What the hell was I thinking when I put that there?”Second, we do pity our readers, and don’t want them to suffer through bizarre grammar, misspellings, unclear thoughts, useless characters, dead-end sub-plots, incorrect information (simply wrong stuff), and awkward phrasing.Third, we do want to be credible (and profitable). If our writing is sloppy, dull, riddled with errors, poorly plotted, or simply incoherent in places, the chances are very good our readership will dry up like a waterhole in the desert.

What do you think of this: ���Anti-Adoption Advocates”: How Should We Respond?

I found it hard to get past this paragraph:

"This growing trend is even more alarming, given the unabashed pro-abortion stance of the Obama administration. Women in crisis pregnancies who are considering adoption may have second thoughts when faced with the very real possibility that their “past” may come knocking on their door twenty or thirty years hence, disrupting their lives with demands and recriminations. Unless the records are truly sealed with a “suite lock” — one that can be opened only by mutual consent — the real danger is that these “unwanted” children will simply be aborted."

It's actually very misleading. There will always be a few mothers who don't want contact no matter what but far more do. even in cases of rape. There are mothers who conceived through rape, surrendered and have since had contact with their surrendered child. Personally I don't think unsealing records will make much, if any, difference in abortion rates either. To have the attitude that it will make a difference is narrow minded.

Adoption rates of newborns falling in the UK had nothing to do with adult adoptees being given the right to search. They fell because mothers started getting more support from their family so they could raise their child. As the law stands in the UK at the moment not only can adult adoptees search for family members, family members can also search for a family member that was adopted. They are supposed to use an intermediary but not all do. Adult adoptess can get their OBC and adoption paperwork which I completely agree with. Either side can refuse contact if they wish but the point is there is nothing stopping people searching if they want to. It works in the UK so I can't understand why anybody would object to unsealing records in the US. It wont make a big difference in adoption rates.

[ 手工餅乾 ] 可不可給我食譜

如何自己DIY三分鐘做出手工餅乾準備材料:

奶油80克 、砂糖40克 、雞蛋一顆、牛奶100cc、鬆餅粉150克。

如何自己DIY三分鐘動手做手工餅乾製作:

先將融化的奶油與砂糖攪勻後,順序加入雞蛋、牛奶。

最後再加入鬆餅粉慢慢攪勻,盤子上平舖烘培紙,以湯匙將拌好的材料在紙上塗勻厚度。

放入微波爐以強火烘烤3分鐘,拿出後趁熱以模型押出形狀即可^^



抹茶手工餅乾材料準備:(約30片手工餅乾左右)

奶油:4 0克 、蛋:1個、糖:2 0克 、抹茶粉:隨意(我加一小匙有點少)、鬆餅粉:15 0克 、烘培紙一張。

製做抹茶手���餅乾簡單步驟:

1 把奶油放到耐熱碗裡微波融化。

2 將糖跟蛋放到融化的奶油裡攪拌均勻。

3 加入適量抹茶粉或其他堅果類拌勻。

4 加入鬆餅粉攪拌均勻。

5 用保鮮膜整成條狀,冷藏一個小時。

6 用湯匙切塊( 一公分 )放在烘焙紙上壓扁,厚度約5mm(烤後會膨脹)。

7 用500W一次四片,烤1分30秒左右,出爐放涼即是酥脆餅乾!

製做手工餅乾注意事項:

壓扁的時候可能會黏,可以用乾淨塑膠袋當手套壓,因為是用微波爐烤,會從中心開始燒焦,外表看不出來,如果看到表面有焦色的話就快拿出來,不能繼續烤,還有請避開轉盤軸心來擺,不然中間那片很快就燒焦了喔!