Jan 22, 2012, 10:08 AM |

Charles Babington, student of the poet Dan Sociu, and writer for The Associated Press, considers to be accurate the reports from South Carolina, and that psychological states are worth mentioning, that architecture is a sign of status, and that comma's improve the quality of his articles.

He rules out episodes where politicians are burned alive in return for crimes against the state; by ruling out such episodes, the road to freedom moves slower than usual and ensures that criminal masterminds will be provoked to develop.