I love the quote from John F. Kennedy that says, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” I think that’s a great quote.
And I think it’s a great quote. It’s one of the oldest, most practical wisdom, or aphorisms, that everyone has. It applies to almost every aspect of life, and as I was reading this quote I thought to myself, “Wow, this has got to be the best line ever.
My last quote was a bit of a rant, because there seems to be no one else on top of this list. You could tell that I’m not a fan of Trump, but I’m not a fan of him.
This quote is on the right hand side, and it’s definitely not on the left. It was on the right side, where you’re standing right next to your left. So, you see, it’s got to be the most important line ever.
But what about the fact that the only thing we can use to tell time is the sun? Or that the only thing you can count is the numbers on a clock? Or that when we die we are reborn and never die? Those are all things that I could think of that could be said to be true. But one of the most prevalent ideas I come across is that time is not linear, that it’s actually broken up into smaller time units.
While I disagree with the idea of linear time, I have to admit this is a really interesting concept. To me, linear time is something that seems to be based on the idea that the earth revolves around the sun. But in reality, that doesn’t seem to be the case, and rather, time seems to be broken up into smaller units that are smaller than the sun. This, of course, is the idea that makes time so confusing.
I think one of the main advantages of linear time is that it makes for a great storytelling medium. This is why I love movies like the Matrix. The story is told in a series of sequential images, with each frame containing a scene that contains a clue to the next. I love the idea of watching time as a series of images, with each image telling a story.
It’s kind of fun to know the plot is basically a series of clues to each other’s story.
But you know, it’s like watching a movie with a set of bullets on full display, and then suddenly you see a bullet. The bullets are not the purpose of the movies, they are just a visual clue to the series, or something that gets you through the next couple of frames.
You can watch the movie with a picture of the last three frames.The movie’s not good, and you can’t really see what happens next. At least not while watching a movie.