One was as a kind of literary truth-teller who interrogated the political fatuities
of her time--whether proslavery land grabs or antifeminist screeds--by listening to the sound of their rhetoric.
While most fatuities
probably do road trips when they go on cortege visits, some do take to the air.
In a 2009 article in Commentary, Algis Valiunas argued that "Mailer could not shut up about the psychic benefits of wife-killing" (72) and that "even his best works were shot through with adolescent fatuities
, while the worst of his words and deeds were stupid and vicious without bottom" (75).
I find it disturbing that a professional practice model is proposed that clearly marginalises fathers from their fatuities
Often estranged from their natural fatuities
and barred from forming legally acknowledged new ones of their own, gay men, Sullivan observed, learned to rely not on the kindness of strangers but the loyalty of friends: "Insofar as friendship was an incalculable strength of homosexuals during the calamity of AIDS, it merely showed, I think, how great a loss is our culture's general underestimation of this central human virtue.
and queer politics: Challenging culture and the state (pp.
His Internet experience includes more than 10 years in the technology industry: he cofounded LaunchBox Digital and Rock Creed Ventures while working for Harry Diller's IAG Interactive collection of websites, and he served as a board member of Common Sense Media, an organization dedicated to improving the media lives of children and fatuities
These measures help reassure fatuities
, says a flight attendant for Emirates, another U.
As for me, I no longer have a stake in Anglicanism and the follies and fatuities
of its bishops and clergy need not concern me.
Alas, such healthy historiographical doubt seems nowhere to affect policy outcomes, which, to make them more insulting, are generally couched in Blair-style fatuities
like "History teaches us .
We met fatuities
who had lost children due to malnutrition or malaria, and it was incredibly upsetting.
Further, Brener devotes almost a whole chapter to revealing the fatuities
of the Freudian Peter Gay, who has contended--on no discernible foundation except his own caprices--that Levi, despite his exceptional solicitude for his rabbi father, somehow exemplified Jewish self-hatred.