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It’s as though all of the trauma inflicted by a beloved teacher has been projected off onto these weirdos with the British slang, characters it is safe to loathe and be viscerally disgusted by.
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“We are very sorry for the incredible financial burden and terrible inconvenience this is inflicting on all involved,” the group said in a statement posted to the event’s website.
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Moreover, Mackey wrote that many of our health problems are “self-inflicted,” and could be prevented with better lifestyle choices.
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They can easily be caught by hand, though they do have powerful claws that can inflict damage.
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We billed ourselves as an answer to the problem while failing to address that we were continuing to inflict it.
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