"The shadow of Iraq still hangs heavy in the minds of many people"
HAPPY ACCIDENT: Why Handwriting Matters
By Philip Hensher
The Guardian UK, Saturday 6 October 2012
About six months ago, I realised that I had no idea what the handwriting of a good friend of mine looked like. I had known him for over a decade, but somehow we had never communicated using handwritten notes. He had left voice messages…
"There are complex, hand-wringing-worthy problems in our social life: deficits and debts and climate change. Gun violence, and the work of eliminating gun massacres in schools and movie houses and the like, is not one of them. Gun control works on gun violence as surely as antibiotics do on bacterial infections."
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