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Macie 2022-04-19 09:01:45

Holden has been hilarious throughout the whole film, both his timidity and his daring are just so adorable. Especially like his changeable ears. The mayor of Wuming Town has 96 children, and he has to use an alarm clock every day to talk with the children. So many children are definitely born from eggs.
Metaphors are ubiquitous, and they embody America’s caring spirit as a major power. Even if a small world is very democratic and modern, it still needs outside help. Outside forces can control the existence and demise of the small world. It reminds me of Iraq in its suffering. Someday News If I don't talk about the dead in Iraq, I would feel abnormal. With the support of the United States, Iraq can't see a little light. The foreign aggression has not been eliminated, the civil strife has resumed, murders have been set on fire, and life has been destroyed. Good things make the Iraqi people grateful, but the fact is that the US is too deeply involved in Iraq, and it is no longer easy to get out. It wants to use the Iraqi people to maintain it, but the sectarian conflict in Iraq is serious, and the Iraqi security forces are in Cao Ying’s heart. There are also many Han people. Therefore, the method of using Iraq to control Iraq will have no effect, and the image of the American savior will be completely shattered in Iraq.

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Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • Katie: In my world everyone is a pony, and they all eat rainbows, and poop butterflies.

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: Seriously, who is this? Is this Burt from accounting?

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