We are dealing with a very basic thing: Is something true (or is) something not true. Is the colour of this table white or is it black? It’s factual. We’re not dealing with opinions here. Opinions, people can have. We are dealing with facts.
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We are going head-to-head with all the other schools … I think that’s the real hallmark of inclusiveness, where you don’t belittle those with special needs, but you give them the chance to show you that they can do what you can do as well.
One day, my son (came to) me, kissed me, hugged me (and) told me, ‘Mama, you’re the best mother in the world.’ That kind of love, when you kiss (your child), is totally different from when (your) husband kisses you.
I just want to let the world know that if I do get sent back to Brunei, I wouldn’t mind dying back there. If I do go back, I would have at least lived a good life ... on my own terms.
I started my acting career as a calefare. I am lucky to be given the job I enjoy. My health hasn't been good recently but I'm grateful that I can still act. Should I become paralysed, I will continue to act my best even if I'm seated.
I am not a very patient man, but I was willing to wait an hour and a half for my coney dog and original root beer float.