|1.||big stick diplomacy|
Also known as the big stick policy, this was the foreign policy popularized by the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt in 1901. Essentially, one's assets were used to intimidate opponents rather than one's words.
"Speak softly and carry a big stick, and you will go far." - Theodore Roosevelt, 1901
"I firmly believe in and practice big stick diplomacy when pursuing life goals."
|2.||institute for public policy research|
A jumped up bunch of overpaid public school twats who think they have a god given right to spout their views that they think should be law, on just about every aspect of our miserable lives. Main reason to take the heat off the government for making the population prisioners of the governments big brother, want it now faster and quicker and fucking supersize that for me society.
institute for public policy research : "Hey look guys there's some drunk 18 year old girls' in Nottingham falling around and having a good time.. Lets make a rule a against it"
The UK population response "Stick your views up your arse if you've got one. you freaks"
A wonderful boarding school in small-town Hightstown, NJ. We have really hot and cool Asians, hot seniors, and just generally hot people. Everyone has mad swag. We have such swag, there is a student named Swagner. The school has so much money, we can afford to admit people for their intelligence, not their family's annual income or class. *coughHunandLawrencevillecough*. Also, we have beat Blair Academy in competition for 15+ years. Blair students have never even seen the Potter-Kelley (not Kelley-Potter) Cup. Our Swim Cult is full of champions who went to Worlds (as in, World Championships). Our school spirit is unrivaled, and so is our sportsmanship. The falcon, our mascot, is a wise and noble creature, whereas Lawrenceville has a pack of gum (Big Red) and Blair a glorified pirate (buccaneer). We actually stick to our own rules and expel people who break the 0-tolerance policy. Peddie food may be less than desirable, but we still have the highest SAT scores. Hill has old tradition, we have progression.
Do you like Vampire Weekend? Yeah, the drummer, Chris Tomson, went to the Peddie School.