I learned a lot from this and can't wait to share it on my Facebook timeline. I will trust in the FSM for he/she/it trusts in me. " the more mundane, the information is well organized and presented and reads well.
Lastly, the artwork and "scripture" are fun, entertaining, and very creative.
While its remote location and expensive, exclusively-Continental airfares can be daunting, Pohnpei more than delivers for those seeking a uniquely Micronesian experience.
Since it’s nearly impossible to find insider information about living in Pohnpei (just try running a google search on a place where Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” is just now topping the charts), I thought I’d share some thoughts.
Pohnpei Island is the largest (334 km²), with a highest point (almost 800m), most populous (34,000 people), and most developed single island in the FSM.
The islanders of Pohnpei have a reputation as being the most welcoming of outsiders among residents of the island group. It is also one of the wettest places on Earth with annual recorded rainfall exceeding 7,600 millimetres (300 in) each year in certain mountainous locations.
Pohnpei’s lush vegetation, for which it has received the nickname “The Garden Island”, is hemmed in by a thick protective shield of mangrove trees that ring the island’s perimeter.
Those on the right who have used invitations to controversial speakers to create headlines rather than foster intellectual exchange have in turn used the thinnest of procedural reeds to undermine the real substance of free speech as well.""In other words, the Free Speech Movement activists hated liberalism, properly understood: they had no use for free speech-their sponsorship of it was nothing but a useful tool to advance their radical politics." [Ed note: that would be the FSM support of the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution.]"Mr.
Lawrence is graduating this summer, nearly a year early, a decision reinforced by how Berkeley has dealt with the turmoil.
'I don't want to be on a campus where I'm looking over my shoulder all the time, but the people I'm constantly looking over my shoulder for can stand on the steps of Sproul' -- where the Free Speech Movement was born, in 1964 -- 'and give a press conference.' ¶ 'Everyone just kind of wants to keep their head down, and the administration is really hypocritical about what's going on, for all their talk about wellness and campus climate.
A pretty big part of me feeling safe on my campus, it doesn't seem crazy to say, is that there not be any Nazis here.' ¶ 'People need to understand this whole thing, this whole conflict isn't about free speech.'""Mercredi 2 décembre 1964, baie de San Francisco.
Posté à l'aplomb des grandes colonnes de Sproul Hall, sur le campus californien de Berkeley, Mario Savio prend le micro.