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... slave trade & the contradiction of Franklins words, "everyone is equal" to his actions of keeping slaves & his & many others inability accept there was anything wrong with it!!
We enjoyed our day in Philadelphia checking out the interesting historical sites, but I can't say we were impressed with the area, not like we were with Boston.
... red meat or endangered fish. She is also opposed to industrialized breeding, genetically enhanced fruits and vegetables, and to pesticides and other artificial agents. She tries to minimize her dairy intake, and cooks tofu as much as possible. She also buys “organic” in the belief that it is better both for her and for the animals raised in that way, even though the products are markedly more expensive than those from the local grocery store. Her diet ...
... uneventful and was approximately eight hours. Each seat had a wide variety of entertainment options and everyone, for the most part got some nap time in as well. There was one interesting moment on the plane, when Steve and Patty were approached by an Air Marshall! (I knew their pasts would catch up with them sooner or later!). They talked for several minutes - turns out he was the son of one of Dad's friends, so all is ...
... and chips, which was nice but only small as we were still full from the ice creams!! I don't think rocking in the hammock helped either! After a while we headed back for a good sleep before our last morning in Philly!
Tuesday 22nd July
... little selfish at this point in my life. When else in my life will I be able to focus on me and on improving myself? I'm glad to be a part of any opportunity that'll help improve my Spanish. Twenty five hours of intensive 1-1 study should help with that, for sure.
As I'm getting older and leaving my college bubble, I feel that it's important to become more aware of international politics and social conditions. Politics has often been a ...