How it’s done.
Some other feel good moments include Norway’s use of the paper clip as a sign of resistance to Nazi Germanyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_clip#Norwegian_claim
And with the thread on singing, Estonia’s use of music, detailed in the documentary “The Singing Revolution” described on the rental site as :
This moving documentary recounts Estonia’s fight for freedom from 50 years of Soviet occupation, telling the remarkable story of the hundreds of thousands of protestors who gathered in public to voice their dissent through song
the song should be playing on a loop on his cell.
Max penalty is 21 years? I’m not saying he should be killed, but that man should never again see the light of day outside of a maximum security prison. And, if it were up to me, he’d never be allowed to speak with another human being or watch TV for the entire time and maybe have no reading material but the collected works of the Dalai Lama and Thomas Merton. Let him learn compassion while making friends with the cockroaches.
Were his “naked ears tortured, by the Sirens sweetly singing…”
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