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... seem to be more about quiet, tranquility and peace and comfortable living. In Europe, they are more about status and displays of wealth it seems. Just different approaches to life I guess, neither good or bad, just different.
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... to watch my class which was being shown on the surveillance camera. Derek, who teaches my class on Thursday afternoons, was standing in the middle of the classroom violently waving his arms. The girls were sitting at their tables quietly doing their work. Eric was writhing in his seat. Harry and David were running madly around the tables. Suddenly, Derek picks up Harry and carries him under one arm while David goes running out of the classroom. Now, I ...