Things that were once of value but are now worthless
|by Anonymous||reply 174||January 16, 2022 7:45 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 1||January 4, 2022 12:18 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 2||January 4, 2022 12:18 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 3||January 4, 2022 12:20 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 4||January 4, 2022 12:21 PM|
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|by Anonymous||reply 6||January 4, 2022 12:22 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 7||January 4, 2022 12:24 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 8||January 4, 2022 12:25 PM|
Dignity in the age of social media
|by Anonymous||reply 9||January 4, 2022 12:26 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 10||January 4, 2022 12:26 PM|
Aluminum and amethyst used to be considered very valuable. amethyst lost it's "precious" status when huge quantities were found in Brazil and aluminum became a regular metal when they figured out how to extract it economically. In Napoleon's time the upper elite ate of aluminum utensils, while the servants used silver.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||January 4, 2022 12:26 PM|
Editing articles. Any articles
|by Anonymous||reply 12||January 4, 2022 12:27 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 13||January 4, 2022 12:28 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 14||January 4, 2022 12:28 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 15||January 4, 2022 12:29 PM|
One penny....except one that was minted wrong, then could be worth $$$. Of course, an accumulation of pennies is different. If I saw one on a sidewalk, I would pass it. We even get rid of the extra penny in a jar at the cashier, when paying for something.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||January 4, 2022 12:29 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 17||January 4, 2022 12:30 PM|
Honor and consideration now, and empathy
|by Anonymous||reply 18||January 4, 2022 12:31 PM|
Not flaunting wealth, decency
|by Anonymous||reply 19||January 4, 2022 12:33 PM|
Kindness of any kind
Real patriotism (as opposed to nationalism)
Blue jeans on men that fit their asses properly (no sag, hugging the glutes)
|by Anonymous||reply 20||January 4, 2022 12:33 PM|
Mel Gibson and Whinny Depp.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||January 4, 2022 12:36 PM|
A college degree
|by Anonymous||reply 22||January 4, 2022 12:39 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 23||January 4, 2022 12:43 PM|
An American public school education.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||January 4, 2022 12:46 PM|
Books , watches and being able to speak intelligently without resorting to the now ubiquitous “fuck” every other sentence to make a point.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||January 4, 2022 12:47 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 26||January 4, 2022 12:48 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 27||January 4, 2022 12:48 PM|
Our Justice system.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||January 4, 2022 12:50 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 29||January 4, 2022 12:51 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 30||January 4, 2022 12:51 PM|
Handmade clocks and pocket watches.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||January 4, 2022 12:51 PM|
R25 what do you have against fucking??
|by Anonymous||reply 32||January 4, 2022 12:54 PM|
BlackBerry and BlackBerry Messenger.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||January 4, 2022 12:57 PM|
Nothing r32 but I just find it grating when it’s overused. It’s a lazy way to speak. Like people saying “awesome “ about everything is so played out.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||January 4, 2022 12:59 PM|
awesome is way more played out, pedestrian, meh, dead than FUCKING
|by Anonymous||reply 35||January 4, 2022 1:02 PM|
The Transatlantic accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||January 4, 2022 1:05 PM|
Fucking will always FUCKING RULE
|by Anonymous||reply 37||January 4, 2022 1:07 PM|
The federal government now...
|by Anonymous||reply 38||January 4, 2022 1:11 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 39||January 4, 2022 1:15 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 40||January 4, 2022 1:16 PM|
Janet Jackson and Paula Abdul
|by Anonymous||reply 41||January 4, 2022 1:18 PM|
Intelligence and knowledge, critical thinking....for too many Americans.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||January 4, 2022 1:20 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 43||January 4, 2022 1:21 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 44||January 4, 2022 1:25 PM|
An autographed photo of Bill Cosby.
An album signed by Phil Spector.
A football signed by OJ Simpson.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||January 4, 2022 1:31 PM|
A set of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||January 4, 2022 1:32 PM|
your busted bussy
|by Anonymous||reply 47||January 4, 2022 1:36 PM|
R28, it's a legal system. Nothing just about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||January 4, 2022 1:40 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 49||January 4, 2022 1:45 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 50||January 4, 2022 1:47 PM|
Academic papers. A research site decided I wrote a paper on Labiaplasty. Now I get tapped to “peer review “ other pussy papers. I have no idea how this happened to me!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 51||January 4, 2022 1:47 PM|
sundresses & hoop skirts
|by Anonymous||reply 52||January 4, 2022 1:48 PM|
A high school diploma.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||January 4, 2022 2:04 PM|
Speaking the truth. To me, it's never lost its value. To others, it's an application you download.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||January 4, 2022 2:06 PM|
The teenage boys of Los Angeles county.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||January 4, 2022 2:07 PM|
[quote] your busted bussy
Agree, a blown out hole used to be highly coveted and in demand.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||January 4, 2022 2:17 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 57||January 4, 2022 2:26 PM|
Brother/Panasonic word processor
The CDC, ever since it adopted Delta Airlines public health policy
A portable TV, especially attached under kitchen cabinet (so mom can watch Jeopardy and Wheel while she cleaned up after dinner)
Visor Handheld/Palm Pilot
|by Anonymous||reply 58||January 4, 2022 2:31 PM|
(I still use my fax machine with landline. You’d be surprised how often)
|by Anonymous||reply 59||January 4, 2022 2:33 PM|
High end expensive luggage.
Fine crystal and china place settings.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||January 4, 2022 2:47 PM|
A department store credit card.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||January 4, 2022 2:49 PM|
A big antenna on your roof.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||January 4, 2022 2:50 PM|
Governmental "norms". No longer normal after Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||January 4, 2022 2:57 PM|
The stamp collection you put a lot of time and all your allowance into.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||January 4, 2022 3:15 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 65||January 4, 2022 3:18 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 66||January 4, 2022 3:22 PM|
Newspapers and real journalists.
Now we have tabloid news aggregators and stupid pundits.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||January 4, 2022 3:33 PM|
Xerox and Kodak and Polaroid in your retirement portfolio. Sniff.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||January 4, 2022 3:44 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 69||January 4, 2022 3:47 PM|
Large family gatherings
|by Anonymous||reply 70||January 4, 2022 3:50 PM|
Going to Taco Bell.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||January 4, 2022 4:24 PM|
Knowing French as an international language.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||January 4, 2022 4:25 PM|
My life -at least according to the big boss at work who considers me now nothing more than cannon fodder.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||January 4, 2022 4:32 PM|
All languages are less important now with Google translate
|by Anonymous||reply 74||January 4, 2022 4:33 PM|
R18 thinks people had more empathy in the Jim Crow era
|by Anonymous||reply 75||January 4, 2022 4:35 PM|
Sets of encyclopedias
Physical telephone directories
|by Anonymous||reply 76||January 4, 2022 4:36 PM|
[quote]All languages are less important now with Google translate
Except google translate SUCKS, at least in Italian. If you're taking a language class, teachers know when you're using it, its sentence construction is so flawed. I use DeepL Translator.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||January 4, 2022 4:37 PM|
My Franklin Mint plate collection.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||January 5, 2022 12:17 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 79||January 5, 2022 12:19 AM|
Being able to brag, "My son's a priest, you know."
|by Anonymous||reply 80||January 5, 2022 7:44 AM|
brown wood furniture
|by Anonymous||reply 81||January 5, 2022 7:48 AM|
R81 Meet R66. Anyway, when I think of brown wood furniture I think of Larkin. Well-made and sturdy, but never valuable.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||January 5, 2022 8:02 AM|
I love my beautiful mahogany Victorian 10 seater dining room table with matching balloon back chairs. Feel free to enjoy your ugly modern resin dining furniture.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||January 5, 2022 8:11 AM|
Almost all the humanities departments
Degrees in humanities
|by Anonymous||reply 84||January 5, 2022 8:24 AM|
R77: DeepL is pretty impressive, thanks for recommending
|by Anonymous||reply 85||January 5, 2022 8:28 AM|
DeepL does not translate slang; Google Translate does.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||January 5, 2022 8:44 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 87||January 5, 2022 8:52 AM|
I love my brown wood furniture.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||January 5, 2022 1:07 PM|
"Things that were once of value but are now worthless"
That Rhed painting I bought last year. Value has plummeted.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||January 5, 2022 3:16 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 90||January 5, 2022 3:41 PM|
Most antiques (the pedestrian stuff found in antique malls) have lost much of their previous value over the last decade.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||January 6, 2022 4:30 AM|
The British Royal Family
|by Anonymous||reply 92||January 6, 2022 4:32 AM|
...especially the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
|by Anonymous||reply 93||January 6, 2022 4:35 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 94||January 6, 2022 4:38 AM|
Roman numerals. Fuck them.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||January 6, 2022 4:43 AM|
Manners. Also: Fine china (dinnerware). .We recently tried to sell off some higher-quality family stuff. The Estate sale people said, basically, "yeah, good luck with that."
|by Anonymous||reply 96||January 6, 2022 5:03 AM|
A VCR recorder.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||January 6, 2022 6:06 AM|
Put the china on Ebay, R96; there are people who collect it.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||January 6, 2022 6:18 AM|
Anything celebrating a transition to adulthood as people stay immature well into their forties.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||January 6, 2022 6:35 AM|
Miss Kay Lenz
|by Anonymous||reply 100||January 6, 2022 6:52 AM|
Formal hats on men and women for everyday wear.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||January 6, 2022 7:06 AM|
At least in the US, there is a total lack of any kind of shame, decency, and integrity. My dad (who I loathe, but had a point) used to always say: "Integrity are the decisions you make when nobody else is looking.
I think America as a country itself is extremely tarnished and does not have the value it once had. It's really sad where we are right now and where we are heading. I don't know where we went wrong and no it did not start with Trump, but there is a loss of moral fabric, decency, a neighborly spirit.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||January 6, 2022 7:25 AM|
r102, you're absolutely correct. The decline started a long time ago, but I can't seem to put my finger on when.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||January 6, 2022 11:32 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 104||January 6, 2022 2:38 PM|
I think the decline began in the mid-60s, when people started to authorise themselves to do what they wanted without regard for the rules of society which they considered repressive and outmoded. Lots of good came out of it; formerly oppressed and marginalised groups - POC, women, children, and GAYS were liberated and given rights that had formerly been denied to them. People realised they could flout the law, eg, smoking pot in public places, and there were no reprisals.
But the decline accelerated at a rapid pace with three things: misogynistic, hateful rap music, violent video games which desensitised people to violence, and most importantly, the internet, because every deviant, anti-social isolate suddenly found his community on the net, which normalised and enabled amoral attitudes and selfish, anti-social behaviour.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||January 6, 2022 3:01 PM|
When they took prayer out of schools.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||January 6, 2022 3:14 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 107||January 6, 2022 3:15 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 108||January 6, 2022 9:20 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 109||January 6, 2022 9:25 PM|
A porn career.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||January 8, 2022 10:37 AM|
Production deals with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||January 8, 2022 9:43 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 112||January 8, 2022 11:30 PM|
SCSI cables. Good god, 10-25 years ago, an internal SCSI cable that was a glorified ribbon cable with added certification could easily cost more than $50. Twist the pairs and add toroids, and you were looking at a hundred bucks. A 3-foot cable for an external drive probably cost more than the interface itself did. And if you needed an external enclosure with power supply... (((shudder))).
|by Anonymous||reply 113||January 9, 2022 12:18 AM|
A landline answering machine. The best and last one I ever bought was actually one I bought on eBay that was originally meant to be used with an office PBX system. It was all-digital and had a hard drive. It could do everything consumer-oriented ones could, except instead of being limited to a 5-10 second outgoing message and 5-10 minutes total of incoming messages, its capacity was for all intents and purposes unlimited (I mean, it HAD a limit, but in ~15 years, I never once came anywhere close to reaching it, including the time I took a consulting job in another city and left it running at home unattended and forgotten-about for 3 months). It also had other neat capabilities... if I connected it to my computer's serial port, I could enable and administer all kinds of cool features, including an autoattendant I scripted to make callers play "Simon Says" before they were allowed to leave a message. As in, "Simon says... press 5... ... Excellent, Simon says, press 3... ... Fantastic, now press 8 to leave your message...  Oh, I'm sorry, Simon didn't SAY it. Please hang up and try again. [click]"
God, I miss inflicting Simon on telemarketers. I've spent years wishing Google would enable Android apps to auto-answer and interact with incoming calls, but not only has Google historically refused to provide an API to do stuff like that, many present-day Android phones literally bend over backwards to make the phone audio channel completely inaccessible to software running on the phone, even the kernel or root, courtesy of ARM TrustZone :-(
|by Anonymous||reply 114||January 9, 2022 12:46 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 115||January 9, 2022 12:53 AM|
Or replacements.com, R96.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||January 9, 2022 12:53 AM|
Stovetop-heated, 10 lb. metal irons.
Music cassette players.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||January 9, 2022 5:19 AM|
LCoS rear-projection TVs. You literally can't GIVE one away now, even if it works flawlessly.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||January 9, 2022 5:35 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 119||January 9, 2022 6:20 AM|
Von Dutch trucker caps
|by Anonymous||reply 120||January 9, 2022 6:25 AM|
Under-oath recorded testimony
|by Anonymous||reply 121||January 9, 2022 6:31 AM|
"I take full responsibility," Hillary Clinton.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||January 9, 2022 6:51 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 123||January 9, 2022 8:22 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 124||January 10, 2022 1:27 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 125||January 10, 2022 1:29 AM|
r15 = Elizabeth II
|by Anonymous||reply 126||January 10, 2022 1:31 AM|
They're not worthless, but American art pottery pieces have been seriously devalued in the last 20 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||January 10, 2022 1:32 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 128||January 10, 2022 2:50 AM|
The service sector in United States. There was the tech bubble, but it burst. Clinton said the service sector would provide new jobs. Catalogs hired thousands of Americans to answer phones and use computers to correct errors. They are friendly, unfailingly polite and always solve the problem. AOL had thousands of Americans on staff to help new users. Stores are franchising - Linens N Things, Lechters, Country Curtains, Pottery Barn, Wicks N Sticks, Barnes and Noble. They’re opening in towns across the US, bringing consumer goods to people who are thrilled at the new choices they have. Jobs are created as each franchise opens.
Online jobs are booming. Web services, hundreds of shoe stores, sundries large and small department stores. It’s thrilling. Someone can decide on a pair of shoes, then compare prices at many online stores, use coupons, look for free shipping specials. More competition in the marketplace.
Then it all died. Shops over expanded & franchises closed. Catalogs became meaningless. A certain website is selling books at a loss. Their price is slightly cheaper than Barnes and Noble and people like that. They like saving a few books. That website expands…..starts selling other things at a loss. Put everyone else out of business. That website now sells cheap knockoffs from China. It allows sellers to delete poor ratings. It allows sellers to bombard site with positive reviews using sock puppets and bots. When the cheap crap with falsified good ratings breaks and buyers want a refund, that website says “Fuck you. We’re not the sellers, we’re just the platform. Contact the third party who sold it.” This website makes it very difficult to contact a human being. Other web sellers decide to do the same. They slash their customer service force, use a call center in India.
This is how America fell apart.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||January 10, 2022 2:52 AM|
Shares in Falcon Crest Winery.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||January 10, 2022 2:54 AM|
Waterford crystal and China. My mom has a massive crystal collection for over the years of gifts. My grandma used to buy her pieces every Christmas. And nobody wants China (in any context). I still like drinking out of a heavy crystal tumbler, but it's worthless basically.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||January 10, 2022 1:35 PM|
CDs ( Bank Deposits )
Physical Interaction with people
|by Anonymous||reply 132||January 10, 2022 1:47 PM|
As pertaining to furniture, fine china, and crystal, nothing is really worthless if you enjoy it. Sure, you couldn't sell it for anything, but so what...when you're dead, you won't care anyway. Enjoy it and don't look back. In fact, it will be easy for you to pick up more/different for cheap if you keep your eyes open on estate sales. I was able to get four more matching Pennsylvania House cherry dining room chairs, to match the six I already had, for a total of $100. I purchased some upholstery fabric I liked and recovered the seats myself and now I love them.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||January 10, 2022 1:50 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 134||January 10, 2022 1:50 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 135||January 10, 2022 1:56 PM|
Remember when everyone had to have a pashmina?
|by Anonymous||reply 136||January 10, 2022 1:59 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 137||January 10, 2022 2:06 PM|
R101, typing in his fascinator.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||January 10, 2022 2:12 PM|
Men that value and celebrate their birth gender
|by Anonymous||reply 139||January 10, 2022 2:43 PM|
St Christopher medals
(St Christopher medals & ID bracelets used to mean you were “going steady”)
A formal dining room
|by Anonymous||reply 140||January 10, 2022 9:35 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 141||January 10, 2022 10:03 PM|
Key West as a gay mecca
|by Anonymous||reply 142||January 10, 2022 10:06 PM|
Keeping the sex parts you were born with.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||January 10, 2022 10:09 PM|
Me, myself, and I
|by Anonymous||reply 144||January 10, 2022 10:22 PM|
Video games on physical media that did not need an internet connection.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||January 11, 2022 8:31 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 146||January 11, 2022 8:43 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 147||January 11, 2022 11:33 PM|
Being civil and courteous in public
Wearing clothes appropriate for age and weight
|by Anonymous||reply 148||January 12, 2022 3:58 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 149||January 12, 2022 4:04 AM|
Prayer never belonged in schools. Fucking religious psychos ruin everything. Lemmings, the lot of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||January 12, 2022 4:16 AM|
class, honesty, sophistication, decency
|by Anonymous||reply 151||January 12, 2022 4:20 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 152||January 12, 2022 4:22 AM|
The word "like"
|by Anonymous||reply 153||January 12, 2022 7:49 PM|
Does anyone buy a school ring anymore?
|by Anonymous||reply 154||January 13, 2022 12:53 AM|
[quote]Does anyone buy a school ring anymore?
They were never of any value.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||January 13, 2022 8:21 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 156||January 15, 2022 12:54 PM|
Decent political parties that actually cared for more than just themselves (actually, was that ever a thing?).
|by Anonymous||reply 157||January 15, 2022 1:23 PM|
Cabbage patch kids
Harvest gold fondue sets
|by Anonymous||reply 158||January 15, 2022 5:57 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 159||January 15, 2022 6:20 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 160||January 15, 2022 6:38 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 161||January 15, 2022 6:38 PM|
r91 I don't think antique stores/malls are dead quite yet. I know eBay/Etsy/online shopping almost killed them but shipping charges will soon kill online shopping. (Thanks DeJoy!) And as soon as the pandemic is over people will need to get out and about.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||January 15, 2022 6:44 PM|
GOP. Texas/Florida real estate.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||January 15, 2022 6:45 PM|
A bushy groin.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||January 15, 2022 6:50 PM|
Memory, maps, intelligence, spatial knowledge
People think they can get that from apps now.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||January 15, 2022 7:23 PM|
r163, sorry to bust your politically-correct bubble, but Florida and Texas real estate aren't getting cheaper anytime soon. Broward County LITERALLY meets the real estate definition of "built out" (basically, greenfield sites larger than 16 acres no longer exist), Dade County is 95% of the way there (what little true greenfield still exists is almost entirely down around Homestead... most of the large seemingly-open tracts of land north of 836 in the Doral/Medley area are actually quite polluted... prior to ~1950, nobody really gave a shit what businesses and the military did "out there" because it was so far out in BFE, but NOW, if you want to turn it into million-dollar townhomes, you have to basically scrape away the topsoil down to the bedrock and scrub it in an EPA-approved manner prior to dumping more rock on top to raise it and develop the area.
It's mostly the Obama administration's fault. Pre-Obama, the EPA didn't really care about pollution that didn't present an actual risk to anyone... or at least, that wouldn't present an actual risk to anyone after getting buried under 5-15 feet of crushed limestone and fill dirt. Now, developers are required to remediate pretty much ANYTHING that's detectable, "just because". So, if you have a 10 acre site that USED to be way out in the everglades where Jimbob and his friends used to ride dirtbikes and crash cars into each other for fun 40 years ago and detectable amounts of motor oil got spilled on the ground, you're now required to scrub the soil to standards that would cause almost any house where someone changed their own motor oil and washed their hands afterwards with a garden hose in the back yard to fail.
Texas obviously has vast amounts of land... but if you want to build or buy a house somewhere within 5 minutes of a freeway and 30 minutes or less from the area that would be generally considered to be your metro area's "downtown" (or at least, one of them)... well... forget about 'cheap'. Plus, nothing smaller than a 4-6 bedroom McMansion with 3-4 car garage gets built new anywhere in Texas anymore... and that includes townhomes. In cities like Frisco, even TOWNHOMES have 3-4 car garages.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||January 15, 2022 8:30 PM|
My record collection
|by Anonymous||reply 167||January 15, 2022 8:31 PM|
Not necessarily true, r167, unless it consists of nothing but old original cast recordings and Herb Alpert records. But your records should be in at least very good condition.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||January 15, 2022 8:57 PM|
The Ten Commandments
|by Anonymous||reply 169||January 15, 2022 9:26 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 170||January 15, 2022 9:41 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 171||January 15, 2022 10:10 PM|
Foreign language requirements for PhD in Philosophy at prestigious universities
|by Anonymous||reply 172||January 16, 2022 1:35 AM|
ri66 GOP Texas/FL real estate.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||January 16, 2022 7:42 AM|
r166 GOP. Texas/Florida real estate.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||January 16, 2022 7:45 AM|