Three-Two (rollarcoaster) wrote in smartchildren,

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dont fall into the trap of the worlds confusion

say something. not something but anything. anything you know. no matter how stupid or weird. anything about life. living. a lesson. a moral. a story. something the can help others.
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Use a fan with your window air conditioner to spread the cool air through your home.

Open windows and use portable or ceiling fans instead of operating your air conditioner. Even mild air movement of 1 mph can make you feel three or four degrees cooler.
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Lions and jaguars can roar, but they can't purr. Cheetahs and snow leopards can purr, but can't roar. Now and then a tiger in captivity learns how to produce a sputtering imitation of a purr in addition to its characteristic roar. But as a rule, every species of feline does one or the other but not both. To meet your dates with destiny in the coming week, you'll have to be like a kind of cat that doesn't exist in nature: one that purrs with sublime contentment and roars with fierce authority.