Yes, I enjoy watching the film very much. It is because It is funny without being too silly, and it has some very good moral for us to learn. Yes, my favorite character is Winn Dixie the dog because it is cute and it stays with Opal when she is lonely, it makes Opal not alone and is happy. I think it is a good and nice dog.
Jan 18, Lee and Lincoln I can see as not confrontational at all, I think the two would have a certain level of respect towards each other. And I think Franklin would enjoy meeting and speaking with Darwin. Jan 19,6: I would partly expect that from our male members please don't all post in and accuse me of hating men because I said that - I just mean I think we are more likely to be interested in people we can identify with but am surprised, even so, that the percentage is quite so low, even allowing for the old 'women-had-to-stay-at-home-and-cook-while-their-men-were-out-getting-famous' stuff.
However, of the women who are listed and I'm including repeats, so an awful lot of them are Elizabeth 1st it is great to see that the majority of them are famous because of something they did, rather than just who they married or mothered.
The real 'passive' ones would have to include Mary and Jane Grey though I'm not denying they might both have interesting stories to tell but out of the others, even those who might not have achieved fame other than through their marriages eg Henry VIII's wives are now remembered for what they did rather than who they were - so that, at least, has to be a good thing.
No question here or real point to make. Just wondered whether anyone else had any thoughts on the subject? Having respect doesn't rule out being an implacable enemy.
The Duke of Wellington respected Napoleon. No doubt many Roman militarists respected Hannibal. Allied countries' historians have generally respected Erwin Rommel, as the George Patton of the famous movie did -- and probably the real Patton, too. But then, Rommel did as much as he could, short of changing sides, to oust the Nazi Government.
Lee, by contrast, refused an offer -- you might say even a plea-- to head the Union Army, made to him by Lincoln's Chief of Staff, the aging Winfield Scott, a Virginian. There's a story that Lincoln about late had an informal conference with Confederate representatives -- sort of an unofficial "peace conference".
And the Southerners made sure it was unofficial by not sending anyone high up to it.
A Confederate opened by politely asking Lincoln, "What do you think is the main obstacle to peace? In regard to LT, I'm glad to have seen your post, because it reminded me of a book that I haven't seen for decades: Randall's Lincoln and the South. I have now added it to my Wish List section.
But all I was saying if that they could tolerate each other's presence peaceably. I'm not saying they would be "buddies".
Jan 19,9: On the other hand, oppression oppresses. Women did have to-stay-at-home-and-cook-while-their-men-were-out-getting-famous.Sep 03, · How to Write an Essay About a Famous Person in History. There are lots of things to think about when writing a paper about a famous person from history.
writing a historical essay about his life would be pretty easy because he did a lot of different things. On the other hand, if there is a historical figure you are really 64%(31).
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