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강남건마 がなつ [밤의전쟁] 《bamwar3COM》 [ 수질 초보가이드<a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 속에는 하늘과 바다자연의 풍경 사진들과볼 수 없었던모습들 그리고 멤버들과의담긴 사진이 가장 タぢ 강남건마 내상 [밤의전쟁] 《bamwar3COM》 편안하고 자연스러운 모습으로 이곳 저곳을찍은 B1A4의 Road Trip Memory! 만나보세요!   호주에서의 첫 공연, 멋진 밴드와그리고 환영해준 바나들멋진 오페라 하우스!   신우형과 }/ 강남건마 강남건마 방문 날씨가 좋아~~! 바로가 나타났다! 집에매일 보고 싶은아름다웠던 바다신우형과 Ye~! 정말 <a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 하늘, 저기 바나를 향한 B1A4의 42 있는데 찾으셨나요? 뾰로롱! 물소리가 너무 좋았던 냇가.마음도 잠깐 잊고 신난 진브와호주 숙소 – 쌀쌀했던 호주셀카봉으로 브이 v기~분 좋↗은 산책 <a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 21: 45: 01.0722656 강남건마 ネヌブ [밤의전쟁] 《bamwar3COM》 { 수질 초보가이드<a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 산책 – 산책길~"너무싶었던 호주에서 정말경찰들이 말을 타고있었던 멋진 놀이동산야경이 너무 멋졌어요. ゼカ 강남건마 찾기 [밤의전쟁] 《bamwar3COM》 맛있는 음식도 빠질 수 없겠죠? '  훗산들입니다~여기가… 화보 촬영장 입니까?   여러분 이것은아닙니다. └아닌 것 같다고요? 죄송해요! 찾아온 가을- 바나! 지금 뭐하고 <# 강남건마 강남건마 와꾸 들으면서 이곳 저곳을담다 보면 부자가느낌이 들어요귀여운 펭귄과 <a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 마무으리~!   아니죠 마무리는 제가 해야죠~ 무대 69 직전! 여러분~! 빨리 만나요~! ! ! 이렇게 B1A4해외투어 소식을 발표한 후 세계있는 팬들과 추억을 쌓으며 여행을동안, 국내에도 < 2014 B1A4 Road <a href='http: //bamwar3.com/' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁사이트(밤전) 보러가기</a><br><a href='https: //twitter.com/bam_war' target='_blank'>밤의전쟁트위터(밤워) 보러가기</a> 21: 45: 01.0722656
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Henry David Thoreau :
I was once reproved by a minister who was driving a poor beast to some meeting-house horse-sheds among the hills of New Hampshire, because I was bending my steps to a mountain-top on the Sabbath, instead of a church, when I would have gone farther than he to hear a true word spoken on that or any day. He declared that I was "breaking the Lord's fourth commandment," and proceeded to enumerate, in a sepulchral tone, the disasters which had befallen him whenever he had done any ordinary work on the Sabbath. He really thought that a god was on the watch to trip up those men who followed any secular work on this day, and did not see that it was the evil conscience of the workers that did it. The country is full of this superstition, so that when one enters a village, the church, not only really but from association, is the ugliest looking building in it, because it is the one in which human nature stoops the lowest and is most disgraced. Certainly, such temples as these shall ere long cease to deform the landscape. There are few things more disheartening and disgusting than when you are walking the streets of a strange village on the Sabbath, to hear a preacher shouting like a boatswain in a gale of wind, and thus harshly profaning the quiet atmosphere of the day. You fancy him to have taken off his coat, as when men are about to do hot and dirty work.
[Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), U.S. philosopher, author, naturalist. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (1849), in The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, vol. 1, pp. 76-77, Houghton Mifflin (1906).]
Charlton Laird :
Most people can swim a narrow river. Water is an alien element, but with labor we can force ourselves through it. A good swimmer can cross a wide river, a lake, even the English Channel; no one, as far as we know, has ever swum the Atlantic Ocean, or is likely to do so. Even a champion swimmer, if he had business which required to spend alternate weeks in Paris and London, would not make the trip regularly by swimming the English Channel. Although we can force ourselves through water by skill and main strength, for all practical purposes our ability to traverse water is only as good as our ships or our airplanes. And so with the activities of our brains. Thinking is probably as foreign to human nature as is water; it is an unnatural element into which we throw ourselves with hesitation, and in which we flounder once we are there. We have learned, during the millenniums, to do rather well with thinking, but only if we buoy ourselves up with words. Some thinking of a simple sort we can do without words, but difficult and sustained thinking, presumably, is completely impossible without their aid, as traversing the Atlantic Ocean is presumably impossible without instruments or supramarine transportation.
[Charlton Laird (b. 1901), U.S. educator, linguist. The Miracle of Language, ch. 16, World (1953).]
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Henry David Thoreau :
They are light and shapely vessels, calculated for rapid and rocky streams, and to be carried over long portages on men's shoulders, from twenty to thirty feet long, and only four or four and a half wide, sharp at both ends like a canoe, though broadest forward on the bottom, and reaching seven or eight feet over the water, in order that they may slip over rocks as gently as possible. They are made very slight, only two boards to a side, commonly secured to a few light maple or other hard-wood knees, but inward are of the clearest and widest white pine stuff, of which there is a great waste on account of their form, for the bottom is left perfectly flat, not only from side to side, but from end to end. Sometimes they become "hogging" even, after long use, and the boatmen then turn them over and straighten them by a weight at each end. They told us that one wore out in two years, or often in a single trip, and sold for from fourteen to sixteen dollars.
[Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), U.S. philosopher, author, naturalist. "Ktaadn" (1848) in The Maine Woods (1864), in The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, vol. 3, p. 6, Houghton Mifflin (1906).]
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Matthew Bruccoli :
There is a reportorial quality in Hemingway's work that is absent from Fitzgerald's fiction. Hemingway's technique—in his early work, at least—was to let the observed detail convey emotion with no authorial analysis. Fitzgerald was more concerned with evoking and analyzing the feeling of an experience than with recording detail. As he advised his daughter, "But when in a freak moment you will want to give the low-down, not the scandal, not the merely reported but the profound essence of what happened at a prom or after it, perhaps that honesty will come to you—and then you will understand how it is possible to make even a forlorn Laplander feel the importance of a trip to Cartier's!"
[Matthew Bruccoli (b. 1931), U.S. biographer, critic, educator. Scott and Ernest: The Authority of Failure and the Authority of Success, ch. 6, Random House (1978).]
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Alison Lurie :
America has a history of political isolation and economic self-sufficiency; its citizens have tended to regard the rest of the world as a disaster area from which lucky or pushy people emigrate to the Promised Land. Alternatively, they think of other nations as mere showplaces for picturesque scenery, odd flora and fauna and quaint artifacts. The American tourist abroad therefore wears clothes suitable for a trip to a disaster area, or for a visit to a museum or zoo: comfortable, casual, brightly colored, relatively cheap: not calculated to arouse envy or pick up dirt. Britain, on the other hand, remains in imagination a world empire. Its citizens go abroad as representatives of the Top Nation, concerned to uphold its reputation and present a good example to lesser races. Britons therefore dress up rather than down for travel, whatever the local conditions.
[Alison Lurie (b. 1926), U.S. author, educator. "Fashion and Place," The Language of Clothes, Random House (1981).]
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Rutherford Birchard Hayes :
You use the phrase "brutal Rebels." Don't be cheated in that way. There are enough "brutal Rebels" no doubt, but we have brutal officers and men too. I have had men brutally treated by our own officers on this raid [to Lynchburg, Va.]. And there are plenty of humane Rebels. I have seen a good deal of it on this trip. War is a cruel business and there is brutality in it on all sides, but it is very idle to get up anxiety on account of any supposed peculiar cruelty on the part of Rebels. Keepers of prisons in Cincinnati, as well as in Danville, are hard-hearted and cruel.
[Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822-1893), U.S. president. Diary and Letters of Rutherford Birchard Hayes: Nineteenth President of the United States, vol. II, p. 479, ed. Charles Richard Williams, The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, 5 vols. (1922-1926), Hayes to Lucy Webb Hayes, July 2, 1864. Lucy's cousin was a prisoner and died at Andersonville prison.]
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E.H Gombrich :
The photographic enthusiast likes to lure us into a darkened room in order to display his slides on a silver screen. Aided by the adaptability of the eye and by the borrowed light from the intense projector bulb, he can achieve those relationships in brightness that will make us dutifully admire the wonderful autumn tints he photographed on his latest trip. As soon as we look at a print of these photographs by day, the light seems to go out of them. It is one of the miracles of art that the same does not happen there. The paintings in our galleries are seen one day in bright sunshine and another day in the dim light of a rainy afternoon, yet they remain the same paintings, ever faithful, ever convincing. To a marvelous extent they carry their own light within. For their truth is not that of a perfect replica, it is the truth of art.
[E.H. Gombrich (b. 1909), Austrian-born British art critic, historian. Art and Illusion, ch. 1, Pantheon (1956).]
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Jerry Seinfeld :
See, each man and each woman actually does have an owner's manual. Nothing's written down anywhere, but the directions for operation of an individual in a relationship are detailed and specific nonetheless. So when you start out with someone, you're essentially driving a strange car for the first time and none of the controls are labeled. So the wipers can come on at strange times, sometimes you stall. On top of that we've all met people with bad steering, no brakes, needs a muffler, headlights a little dim, too much in the trunk, not enough under the hood, prone to backfiring, won't turn over, and just plain out of gas. Which is why when people get ready to get married they so often seem to choose basic transportation. It's simple, it's reliable, and it gets you there. That's important on a long trip.
[Jerry Seinfeld (b. 1955), U.S. TV comedian. "The Relationship," SeinLanguage, Bantam (1993).]
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