Did the art director mean to mix up John Hancock’s signature with the U.S. Constitution or was he making a point about America’s lack of political affairs and our disgust with the entire system?

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For the past several years, I can’t help but notice a faint sound of tapping over my head. It’s not exactly loud enough to be sure of its location or even what it is exactly, but I’m almost convinced it’s the sound of high heels tap dancing on the glass ceiling above my head…only I’m pretty sure whoever is up there has put down a hardwood floor on top of the glass ceiling to secure it in place.

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Mary’s story could be told in her photo. From the beginning, I just couldn’t reconcile the heartbreak in her face with the story posted, nor did it fit with the way women or African-Americans were treated in the lat 1800s.

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The Pope goes to New York. He is picked up at the airport by a limousine. He looks at the beautiful car and says to the driver, “You know, I hardly ever get to drive. Would you please let me?”

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“I have talked to 80-year-olds who remember the name of the person who tormented them in school, and the name of the child who stood up for them in first grade. This is pain that has lasted a lifetime,” says author Peggy Moss, who works …

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Which brings us to Teleflora, the largest privately held floral wire service and, based on the management photos on the websites of FTD, Proflowers and 1800flowers.com, it’s the only one that is woman-friendly. It has been owned since 1979 by Lynda and Stewart Resnick, employing more than 3000 worldwide in 20 countries with 15,000 member florists!

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I was slightly shocked that the men would do this so openly, but when I read Fox News’ note of warning on their page, I began to wonder if violence against women was so mainstream that it no longer warrants a single reference. Fox News does caution viewers against one thing (if you speak Russian…)

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