By Lauren Russell, CNN
Photographer Maciek Nabrdalik was visiting a Holocaust memorial and museum in Poland when he noticed an obituary posted for one of the survivors. The next day there was another one.
“At that moment I realized that we are the last generation who can approach them to talk and ask questions,” he said.
Since then, he has sat down with more than 40 former camp prisoners to help tell their stories for his ongoing project, “The Irreversible.”
My entire imediate family is dying right now between cancer and old age. And I hate it. And just when I feel sorry for myself I hear a story by a holocaust survivor, a war hero, or a survivor of human slavery and I realize I have nothing to complain about.
All atheists are liars.
I'm sorry, "truth be told", but your repeated assertions regarding atheism are unfounded. Using my Idiomatic Expression Equivalency module (IEE), the expression that best matches the degree to which your repeated unfounded assertions may represent truths is: "EPIC FAIL". Perhaps the following book can help you cope with the problem of repeating unfounded assertions:
I'm Told I Have Dementia: What You Can Do... Who You Can Turn to...
The moron can't help itself from adding proof to my statement.
Got that? There's just Dicks, Pussies, and Assholes.
EEEE HAAAAAAAAAAAA, WE MUSLIMS JUST SENT A MONKEY INTO SPACE. NOW WE CAN BEAT AMERICA. EUROPE, ISRAEL
Or catch aids by abusing the monkey.
The only kind of "trickle-down" that actually works:
"Douglas" degenerates to:
"pervert alert" degenerates to:
"Taskmaster" degenerates to:
"Ronald Regonzo" degenerates to:
"truth be told" degenerates to:
"Atheism is not healthy ..." degenerates to:
"tina" degenerates to:
"captain america" degenerates to:
"just sayin" degenerates to:
"just wondering" degenerates to:
"nope" degenerates to:
"WOW" degenerates to:
"!" degenerates to:
and many other names, but of course it's the
disgruntled ex Evangelical Fortune Cookie Co. "writer".
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