Monthly Archives: February 2015

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It would be a demonstration–artistic and historically intriguing–of my blood continuing the story of people I never knew. Phaedrus (c. 15B.C.-50A.D.). A cooking pot owned by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The war helmet of a French hussar. An 1857 copy of Paradise Lost. A lesser-known painting by John William Waterhouse. A Roman denarius. Arrowheads from the Potawotamie. My computer. I would

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I have an opinion on vaccines. I looked briefly over their history on a website called “Wikipedia” (the article on vaccines at that website can be found here) and it seems to me that vaccines are clearly important for our culture, due to the length of that article. If you compare, for example, the length of the Wikipedia article on vaccines

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