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If you've ever watched TV or a movie and seen an American actor rapidly speak a foreign language like they've been doing it their whole lives, you've probably wished you could do it too.
Whether you believe it or not, you can: Your brain is already wired to start learning a new language instantaneously. You just need to activate it. The FBI has even purchased this rapid language learning method: the Pimsleur Approach, which has proved to be one of the fastest ways to learn a new language. Your brain is already wired to rapidly learn a new language. You just need to activate it. In today's global society, learning a foreign language is crucial, whether you need it for work or pleasure. Numerous studies have revealed that in every country, native-speakers use only about 2,500 distinct words and phrases on a daily basis.
The Pimsleur Approach easily locks new language material into your brain after only one listen. Gawker — Today's gossip is tomorrow's news. Scientology's war on psychiatry. The Stained Apron. Cleaning up the Religion Debate. Lately there have been a few articles on Disinfo that eventually, either immediately or after a few days, spurred an argument that rears its head fairly often here.
The debate between atheism and religion is one in which I usually enjoy taking part, and I like that it pops up on Disinfo with a certain regularity. What I don’t like, what I suspect many of us don’t like, is that they often devolve into, if not begin as, something along the lines of: Poster A: religion is stupid Poster B: YOU’RE stupid Sometimes it’s a little more eloquent, but this is the bare bones of it. I believe so, and I think I’ve got the way to do it. Well, the problem is person x may believe that everyone needs to believe as they do, or that the laws of the land need to reflect person x’s religious beliefs because they are the basis for all morality. So now that we agree the discussion is inevitable, how can we go about it properly? 1. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. 2.
This is a difficult question to answer. Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines. J. K. Rowling at Carnegie Hall Reveals Dumbledore is Gay; Neville Marries Hannah Abbott, and Much More. Note: A preliminary transcript is now at the end of this post; please note that there may be some small errors in phrasing, and all questions have been paraphrased to save time; this is not a final transcript, but the accuracy of the questions and answers have been maintained.
Reminder: We are routinely deleting the (thankfully) miniscule percentage of comments that are hateful or intolerant. Debate on this topic is welcome but hate and name-calling is not. Please maintain the respect in this article that you all do in all others. Thanks. Tonight, the one thousand grand prize winners (and their guests) of the Scholastic’s Open Book Tour Sweepstakes along with a companion got the chance to see Harry Potter author J.
A caution now. First, the biggest revelation of the night came when Jo revealed to her audience the fact that Albus Dumbledore is gay and had fallen in love with fellow wizard and friend, Gellert Grindelwald. “I do know what you’re up against and I hope it’s okay.” Eight. Overheard in the Newsroom.
TED Talks. The Shorthorn.