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  • The rule of law only applies to half-starving mexicans that use a fake SSN to get a job. wiley Says:

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  • And Sesame Street will soon introduce an impoverished, half-starving puppet.

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  • Its economy was in ruins, its people half-starving.

    Alan Elsner: Twenty Years After Revolution Romania Grapples with Future

  • They have a good supply of nuclear missiles in case the remaining half-starving paupers should come and knock on their gates.

    Fantasy or Reality �� Is There a Way Back?

  • A half-starving family in India may well have a more meaningful life than the hi-riding madmen who accumulate riches and who never stop striving for more – the very people who are ruining the lives of the poverty-stricken slum dwellers in the third world, people who were once farmers, poor but self-sustaining.

    Yes, I am my brother's keeper

  • It is the age of the police, with the police in turn policed by ‘security’ police who assure, not to the masses but to the totalitarian elite, their ‘security’—that is, the continued enslavement of starving and half-starving mankind.

    words of wisdom from shaykh abdalqadir

  • It is the age of the police, with the police in turn policed by ‘security’ police who assure, not to the masses but to the totalitarian elite, their ‘security’—that is, the continued enslavement of starving and half-starving mankind.

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  • To the shame of mankind, when I have wanted to shake hands with Virtue, I have found her shivering in a loft, persecuted by calumny, half-starving on a income or a salary of fifteen hundred francs a year, and regarded as crazy, or eccentric, or imbecile.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • To the shame of mankind, when I have wanted to shake hands with Virtue, I have found her shivering in a loft, persecuted by calumny, half-starving on a income or a salary of fifteen hundred francs a year, and regarded as crazy, or eccentric, or imbecile.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • Except for the fact that John Irving was sick and half-starving and his gums were bleeding and he feared that two of his side teeth were loose and he was so tired that he was afraid he would collapse in his tracks at any moment, this was one of the happiest days of his life.

    Information, Culture, Policy, Education: Dan Simmons, The Terror

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