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In case any of you are insane enough to think she might have a point, the British Army would sentence deserters to “Death by Throttling” in the 1700s. Can anyone seriously claim that choking isn’t that bad when the British Army, known for all sorts of creative ways to execute people, used it as a means of capital punishment? We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. A brief cover letter detailing your background, your areas of interest and experience in entertainment, and your availability. Superb time management and organizational abilities. You know the importance of a deadline and can meet it without any problem.
That was 102 days ago, meaning she writes one of these every two and a half days.Thisis the quality she provides after almost fifty goddamn articles? I was hoping the article might have finally explained how Buttercup could have been handled better given the circumstances, but I expected too much. Number three is another reused list item, this time invoking the previous “limited female characters”.
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