“We can’t interrupt them; we can only interrupt ourselves while reading them. They are the expression of an individual or a group of individuals, not of a hive mind or collective consciousness. They speak to us, thoughtfully, one at a time. The same is the case when it comes to dividing the meal there’s no need to assume that everyone eats exactly the same amount, all we have to assume is that everyone eats together (unlike the animal pecking order, where each has to wait until the higher ranking animal has finished). This is what I think the moral model requires: everyone affirms the scene, and their relations to all others on the scene; and everyone is at the “table” and receives a “piece.” What this will mean in any given social order can’t be determined in advance and therefore will be something we can always argue over (and any ruler will want to receive feedback on), but that what makes it a basis for criticizing the existing order. If the individual juror’s contribution never does get recognized and this was in fact to the detriment of the deliberations, then we could say she has done her part in affirming the scene but has not gotten her “piece,” or has been kept away from the “table,” thereby weakening the scene as a whole.
The photo above is of Mothership Earth at Epcot. Quite a great subject for photography. Anything spherical using a fisheye lens can lead to a fun shot. The callous response. The racism. The killing. Remember, hours for individual stores could vary from these general times. It always a good idea to call the location you going to before heading out to double check that it open. On Black Friday)Walmart: Many stores open 24 hours.
(Sorry for rambling.) I had never heard of this fellow and his theories my professors did a good job of erasing him from my study of history. You have the unique ability to uncover hidden gems of history and presenting them to us in a new way. Thanks!.
I thought it was comical his teacher actually put it as a note on his paper. I think it was code for “Gee, maybe you are an involved mother after all. This kid rattles on about his dad so much we wondered if you even exist ;). Heigelholds more than 24 years of combined legal, regulatory and executive management experience. Before joining Utilities, Inc., Heigel was Director of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), where she served as head of South Carolina’s public health and environmental protection agency. Prior to her role at DHEC, Heigel spent over 11 years with Duke Energy, serving in various capacities until her last role with the company as president of its South Carolina operations.