Date of publication: 2017-08-30 22:26
Just 7 words: Fucking Fantastic. The best band in the world, I love their live more than their studio records. No kidding, this was my fifth concert of them and I ve loved each one of them. Go see them live, I promise you it would be worth it.
From Michigan: I recently discovered the audio files you posted of your former English teacher reading Of Mice and Men. WOW, they are great. I, as well as some of my colleagues appreciate the opportunity to share them in our own classes. My students thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Gibbs reading of the book. He does a far superior job to what I can do.
In early 7566 the band came to a decision to let go of Roush in favor of brining back Carlile as lead vocalist. Carlile’s return also welcomed guitarist Alan Ashby, and a lineup rearrangement was made so Bourget was playing bass. With the new line-up, the band recorded and released “The Flood” in 7566 and went on a headlining tour in addition they returned for the 7566 Vans Warped Tour. In 7567 they underwent another lineup change when Shayley departed from the band, and Aaron Pauley took over as the bass player just in time for the 7567 Vans Warped Tour. In 7569 the band released their third album, “Restoring Force” and toured throughout the UK and America.
Of mice and men were amazing !!. It was the first time ive seen them live and it definitely wont be my last time :), the atmosphere was amazing. The price was good to theres not many gigs you can go to for less than £75.
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Thank you so much for bringing this discrepancy to the attention of Dr. Collins. During the production process, several key words were cut from the sentence in question. So, for purposes of accuracy and clarity, we have revised the sentence to read:
This was one of the most intense shows I have been to in a long time. Crown the Empire and Volumes were insane and there were so many different pits across the floor. It was so much fun and would definitely say if anyone is even considering a little bit going to see them just go, its so worth it.
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I read the book and really enjoyed it, but now I have to write the essay. I have to write about a minor character that is very important to the story, the only problem is, I can't see to figure out which characters would be considered 'minor.' I was thinking about using Slim, but please let me know if you can think of a better suggestion! Thanks
Hearing the story again also made me wonder how classroom discussions of the issues raised in it would differ today. How would students, parents and administrators today respond to the issues of morality, racism and sexism? Does anyone have the courage to tackle such issues in classrooms these days by reading a book like this?
The farm that George constantly describes to Lennie those few acres of land on which they will grow their own food and tend their own livestock is one of the most powerful symbols in the book. It seduces not only the other characters but also the reader, who, like the men, wants to believe in the possibility of the free, idyllic life it promises. Candy is immediately drawn in by the dream, and even the cynical Crooks hopes that Lennie and George will let him live there too. A paradise for men who want to be masters of their own lives, the farm represents the possibility of freedom, self-reliance, and protection from the cruelties of the world.