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  • Idleness is without relation to any past or future work; it has no results and looks forward to nothing.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Idleness is absolutely aimless; it seeks neither repose nor pleasure, absolutely nothing.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Idleness is the obvious answer, and you folks have confirmed what my local Zacatecas guru has said: "huevón",.

    roncando en sus anchas

  • Idleness is the obvious answer, and you folks have confirmed what my local Zacatecas guru has said: "huevón",.

    roncando en sus anchas

  • Idleness is the obvious answer, and you folks have confirmed what my local Zacatecas guru has said: "huevón",.

    roncando en sus anchas

  • Idleness is the obvious answer, and you folks have confirmed what my local Zacatecas guru has said: "huevón",.

    roncando en sus anchas

  • Idleness is the obvious answer, and you folks have confirmed what my local Zacatecas guru has said: "huevón",.

    roncando en sus anchas

  • We also read “My Face” by Robert Benchley, “Essays in Idleness” by Kenko, and “Asthma” by Seneca.

    Another Week of Class « So Many Books

  • Idleness is the curse of refugee camps and breeds extremism.

    War's Forgotten Faces

  • Idleness is the curse of refugee camps and breeds extremism.

    War's Forgotten Faces

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