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... what is driving it.
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The dramatic expansion in access to food on the one hand and to sex on the other are complicated stories; but in each case, technology has written most of it.
Up until just about now, for example, the prime brakes on sex outside of marriage have been several: fear of pregnancy, fear of social stigma and punishment, and fear of disease. The Pill and its cousins have substantially undermined the ...
... before either. Seeing as we hadn't eaten a proper meal all day, we were thankful for such a plentiful and yummy dinner.
After that we drove back to their lovely home just 15 minutes drive from central Philly. Gilda's High School friend, Judy and her husband Jim were also staying overnight because they live 90 minutes from Philly and are to join us the next day for a tour of Philadelphia's highlights that Gilda and Joe had organised. ...
... park as well as seeing the relic from the Independent War. I would also visit sites such as the Betsy Ross House and the National Constitution Center.
To enhance my understanding of the city, I would also go to different museum in Philly such as the Museum at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, the Rodin Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
At last, I would go to the University of Pennsylvania campus. Studying in Wharton is my dream. Even ...
... did trips up and down the elevator to do our washing.
All of that taken care of, we ventured down to the local shopping centre, the Neshaminy Mall. We didn't really have an agenda, just browsing. Apart from Josh, who purchased the second of three 'snap-backs' that he has in mind to buy with his holiday spending money. I am not really into shopping that much, which is probably fortunate, because if this little expedition was anything ...
Our trip to the airport reminded me to mention a little about Italian drivers. I'm sure that many are good, polite drivers but we've observed that some take too many risks. For example, zipping down a narrow country road using the palm of one hand to drive while texting. Another example was this morning when our cab driver stopped for a red light and exasperated the driver behind who honked and pulled in front of him. We saw very few law enforcement officers on the ...