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  • Taken all together, the revelations provide an interesting glimpse into the non-comformist and intellectually wrestless milieu of his college years, suggesting his current libertarianism and hostility towards government and convention go back a long way.

    Rand Paul's college letters: Asked whether gov't should combat discrimination, worshipped Ayn Rand

  • Thus he saw only at a distance the United States' struggles with debt and taxes; Shays's Rebellion in his native Massachusetts “ignorant, wrestless desperadoes,” Abigail called its leaders; and above all the writing of the Constitution.

    America's First Dynasty

  • The child was very wrestless last night; it's jaw and the back of it's neck are much more swolen than they were yesterday tho his fever has abated considerably. we gave it a doze of creem of tartar and applyed a fresh poltice of onions. we ordered some of the hunters out this morning and directed them to pass Collins's creek if possible and hunt towards the quawmash feilds.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • The people became idle and wrestless, and gave Aaron all their gold so that he would make a golden calf and false god to worship and fall into perverse sexual sin.

    LDS Doctrine

  • It continued to rain almost without intermission last night and as I expected we had a most disagreable and wrestless night. our camp possessing no allurements, we left our watery beads at an early hour and continued our rout down the river. it still continues to rain the wind hard from N.E. and could. the grownd remarkably slipry, insomuch that we were unable to walk on the sides of the bluffs where we had passed as we ascended the river. notwithstanding the rain that has now fallen the earth of these bluffs is not wet to a greater debth than 2 inches; in it's present state it is precisely like walking over frozan grownd which is thawed to small debth and slips equally as bad. this clay not only appears to require more water to saturate it as I before observed than any earth I ever observed but when saturated it appears on the other hand to yeald it's moisture with equal difficulty.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • I had the remaining horses well secured by picquits; they were extreemly wrestless and it required the attention of the whole guard through the night to retain them notwithstanding they were bubbled and picquted. they frequently throwed themselves by the ropes by which they were confined. all except one were stone horse for the people in this neighbourhood do not understand the art of gelding them, and this is a season at which they are most vicious. many of the natives remained about our camp all night.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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