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If luck and fortune favors our efforts, they’ll be proficient in three languages in a few years. If luck doesn’t favor our work, they’ll be comfortable in a more limited number. And however many book languages they may speak, there is the chance that they’re learn the language of loneliness here. Such is life, I suppose, and such is the risk we exposed them to when we moved them here, away from Home. I hope and trust that the benefits of our lives here will outweigh the risks of alienation, the emotional risks that come from being immigrants in a different land. Maybe it’s inevitable that the language of Loneliness is part of their linguistic patrimony, maybe not. We can only work and pray that Loneliness is not their first language, and that they will only speak it in broken, incomplete phrases.

I used to live in an apartment building where the two people next door (brother/sister? married couple? pair of parrots? I have no idea) would yell at each other almost every day about the TV shows they were watching. One weekend they were quiet for about three days straight, I got really really concerned and went and knocked on the door. Turns out they bought headphones for each of them and now they watch different shows in silence. Anyway. That’s what this feels like to me, having a vastly reduced amount of angst: its like the neighbours in my head are quiet.

I always thought I would dread my middle years; every sitcom and Dave Barry book I ever read said that I would experience crisis upon crisis, and holy moly were they wrong. I go through emotional crises all the time, mind you, but the thing is that I’ve been having them since I was like 13, so middle ages have been nothing new. In fact, I have a LOT fewer crises now, and the sudden drop in crises lately is surprising.


This computer may be the single most expensive and complex material item in my house; it probably is. But it is not the most magical thing here.

We’ve moved to Spain and our kids don’t speak the languages yet. We’ve been told that they will pick up Spanish and Catalán quickly, and I really hope that’s true. I also know that there is a sense of alienation they’re going to have now, of not understanding their classmates and teachers, and of the push to silence and solitude that the alienation exerts. “They’re not really understanding me, I’m not really understanding them, maybe I won’t try and share what I’m thinking.” It’s probably never gonna be that explicit a thought, because thoughts live in the brain and the alienation doesn’t live in the brain, it lives in the stomach, because that’s where you feel it. It lives in the bottom of your mouth, because that is where your tongue hides when it doesn’t know if its efforts will be useful. It lives in the floor, because that’s where your eyes go when they are tired of meeting confused or impatient looks on the children around you.

Make no mistake: the xenophobes are a minority. The majority of us in the USA welcome all those who come here to build a new, productive life, no matter their nation of origin, their native tongue, or how and if they worship God. The reason I know that fact is that the majority of Americans welcomed an immigrant family from a third world dictatorship back in 1980, and have been wonderful to me and us my whole life. I am honored and happy to join the vast majority of us that will be doing the welcoming in the years to come.


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I’m happy you’re here, Ghana, Nigeria, El Salvador, Laos, Assyria, Budapest. My life is better that you’re with us, Beirut, Oslo, Sao Paolo, Catbalogan.

Hopup: Adjustable Hopup.
Magazine capacity: 450 round drum mag
BB: Works best with 0.20g, 0.23g, 0.25g or 0.28g Matrix bb
Weight: 7 lbs.
Dimension: 32 inches.
Rate of fire: 600

The infamous Thompson Model 1928 aka the “Tommy Gun” or “Chicago Typewriter” was favored by every mobster and gangster in the early 1900s for its firepower and portability. Even the infamous John Dillinger, Public Enemy Number One, favored the Thompson submachine gun. Johnny Depp, who plays Dillinger in the Hollywood movie “Public Enemies” wields the Tommy gun in several intense fight scenes. This replica is true to the original and comes complete with foregrip, finned barrel and signature Cutts Front-End Device.

700 bb / min
Hopup: Yes / Adjustable.
Mode: Full Auto, Semi Auto and safety.
Hopup: Yes, adjustable

Evike Cybergun Licensed Thompson Chicago Typewriter Airsoft AEG

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