"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
Yes it is called Hang Gliding. It is a matter of semantics .
I use my (hand) to glide = control the glider. Much better and much less , totally stupid jokes of hanging yourself. Not to mention the (oh you jump off cliffs) <- no we don't jump off cliffs , we fly off cliffs.
Simply Hang in general is a more negative Hand in general - even if they think it is sticking your hand out a car window is still positive.
This group to which I referred has turned into some fun. I taught there straight out of college in 1967 to continue until 1999. I taught a lot of folks. Several have friended me and told what they have done over the years.
One guy was in my second year there when I taught at the Jr high. Then moved to the senior high and got him again. He is now a curriculum coordinator in a school district in Montana. So cool
Another was a young lady who was in my very first class of advanced math and graduated in 1971. She was so bright, and a beautiful young lady. She studied science and taught it 12 years or so in Oklahoma . She married an army guy who was the CFO of Sonic corporation. Then they bought a small company several outlets to expand that to 350 stores In five countries. He returned to the military after 2001 and now they run a military school in New Mexico. To do this and to give thanks to her old high school math teacher makes this old guy proud.
Others have been telling me their stories as well. But these two were there at the beginning for me.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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