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... 50 % of the labor force.
So, the next concern that enters your mind is whether this equality problem must be required to the next level, enabling females to participate in sports that are primarily played by guys. Here are my ideas on the concern.
I typically feel as if I am a progressive thinker. In no way, shape or type do I think that women are of a lower life kind than men. Women are just as intelligent, talented and capable as guys, far surpassing ...
Drove to Bucharest today. I thought Sofia would be the most charming city but it is actually Bucharest which was once known as "Little Paris." Quite hot and humid -all we all know how I react to that combination! Even tho, Romania is below Bulgaria in an economical sense, it does seem more ...
... opposite the main stand. the highlight of a subdued first half was a screamer of a goal 5 minutes from half time, driven low from 30 years and going in off the post. the 2nd half started in similar fashion to the 1st, with the main entertainment being provided from the stand. a man 3 rows in front of us yelling out various lines (I guess insults) in Romanian, much to the amusement of those around us. this actually made me think of something I read in my ...
... back to the Hilton, about a ten minute walk. I had to stop when I passed a breathtaking storefront window for a spice shop. I didn't need any spices, per se, but the shop was so beautiful, I just had to support it. I bought some mint, figuring I could add it to my tea, and it came out to essentially 40 cents. Eyeing the pignole nuts I thought, maybe this is my chance to stock up! It wasn't. My tiny bag of pine nuts came to $11, no different than what I ...
... a good time the night before. After my bust the day before, I still had a list of museums to see, though my headache convinced me to pare the list back to two. I decided on the Contemporary Art Museum and the Museum of the Romanian Peasant. Walking back to the enormous house from the day before, I found the museum: a small, minimalist glass enclosure appended to the back of the ornate monstrosity. I entered (for free with my student ID!) and found that the exhibitions were ...