Don t Care None

The tales revolve around a mischievous farmer, "Uncle" Oscar Hardy and the people he knows in his town: his wife Bev, his favorite niece Joyce and her two sons Danny and Donnie, his neighbor Bolduc, Buddy "The Cheapest Man in Franklin ...

Author: S. Hardy

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781985883536

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Don't Care None carries the traditional Maine storytelling and Down East humor of icons such as Marshall Dodge and Bob Bryan (creators of Bert and I), Kendall Morse and Tim Sample into the 21st century. It consists of over forty tales rooted in the humor and wisdom of traditional Maine storytelling that are, at the same time, part of a wider global storytelling tradition. The tales revolve around a mischievous farmer, "Uncle" Oscar Hardy and the people he knows in his town: his wife Bev, his favorite niece Joyce and her two sons Danny and Donnie, his neighbor Bolduc, Buddy "The Cheapest Man in Franklin County" Pinkham and many others.

No One Likes Us We Don t Care

This book will be essential reading for anyone interested in Millwall, the issues of football hooliganism or working-class masculinity, sociology, anthropology, or sports studies.

Author: Garry Robson

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic

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Category: Sports & Recreation

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No One Likes Us, We Don't Care is the anthem of the most notorious fans in British football. In addition to the voices of the fans themselves, this book provides a rich and original account of the background and practices of Millwallism.

Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York

None . Bottle Island Pasturage . North Road .. Pasturage . Hannibal Butter &
Cheese . Pasturage . Phenix Stowell , O. P .. ... Yes ; cause , not taking proper
care . Yes : cause , wild feed in some cases , patrons not taking proper care .
None .

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Survey of Disabled Veterans

( Was this visit a How many of these visit ( s ) | were ) follow - up visit ( s ) from in -
patient care ? ... None $ 1 - $ 25 $ 26 - $ 50 Over $ 50 Don ' t know o 2 - 5 6 - 10
11 or more Don ' t know None 2 - 5 6 - 10 11 or more Don ' t know None None $ 1
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The Banner of the Truth in Ireland

A woman who was induced to take her children away , sent thein back again ,
and said , let them do their worst she did not care - nothing would make her keep
them away . Jesus cannot forsake them in this hour of trial . He will not . Do pray ...

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Eliza Cook s journal

Let it break," quoth he, lurching round in his bed ; " it owes me nothing ! " Don't
Care is never more annoyed than by discussions got up about the poverty, or
ignorance, or suffering, endured by others. " What have I to do with that?" he says
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The Contemporary Review

It reminded her of the most innocent period of her life ; but she hated the very
sight of it none the less . ... Oh , Paul , ” cried Virginia , in an agony , “ but I really
don't care for truth at all ; and you know that when I broke your tin box open and ...

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Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine

ment , Mrs Vincent , not going to which the widow shook hands with the flock , but
a - spending his pre- him earnestly and went ... them as don't know nothing , and
and with a weight of responsibility don't care nothing for Salem , nor upon him .

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The City temple conducted by J Parker

No one stroke did it , though the last appeared to accomplish the end . Some of ...
I don ' t want to grow into an independence of human regard and human trust and
human love ; I don ' t care to be lifted up into that position of hazy , heartless ...

Author: Joseph Parker

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Locomotive Engineers Journal

You have , doubtless , many of you inferred that the preachers did not care
anything about you . ... I wish I might be able to show you that preachers are ,
after all , men of like passions with yourselves , and none of them asks for more
respect ...

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Seaforth

And remember you can do nothing without my help . Remember too that , old as I
look , I am only forty - nine . You may be kept out of your inheritance till you ...
make no promises , pledge himself to nothing . “ But don't you care for yourself ?

Author: Florence Montgomery

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Ensuring Regulations Protect Access to Affordable and Quality Companion Care

None of this care was covered by Medicare , Medicaid , or long - term care
insurance ; this was totally out - of - pocket . Of course , they had Medicare but it
couldn't be covered by Medicare because it is not skilled care , it was custodial
care .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and the Workforce. Subcommittee on Workforce Protections

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Genius of Place

Mr . Binford her dead lover , dogs that seem to have been dry - cleaned , not
washed . Miss Reba with her asthma , her ... And how soon they catch him and
burn him for killing that boy , I dont care neither . I dont care none . " " He goes all
the ...

Author: Max Putzel

Publisher: LSU Press

ISBN: 9780807112052

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 332

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Until recently most discussions of William Faulkner have centered exclusively on his novels. Yet no chronicle of Faulkner's Growth as a literary artist, perhaps America’s foremost in this century, can afford to overlook the years he spent struggling to establish himself as a writer of short stories. To trace in detail Faulkner's personal and artistic growth during the prolific years 1925-1931, when he was approaching artistic ripeness and earning belated recognition, has hitherto been impossible. There seemed to be no means of dating the innumerable drafts, the false starts and fumbling revisions, among the thousands of sheets left behind when he died in 1962. Max Putzel’s critical study of these crucial formative years fills this gap—assigning dates to the sketches and drafts of stories and relating them both to Faulkner’s jealously guarded private life and the several critical histories of the novels that have recently appeared. Putzel maintains there is a necessary, a “symbiotic” relation between the novels and the stories. He also finds that the short story form Faulkner found so hard to master liberated a lyrical power that had been stifled during his confused dilettante period as a poet in a provincial southern town. Yet his turbulent, ambivalent feelings about that town and its inhabitants were essential to his development, however slowly and reluctantly he surrendered to their benign influence—the genius of his homeplace. Faulkner also was sensitive to the monumental revolutionary changes, even the trivial fads and foibles, of his own time—the changes that swept the world outside of Oxford, Mississippi, after the Great War he so regretted having missed. Faulkner’s maturing vision of man, history, and class and caste relations was affected by Einstein’s theory of relativity, Freud’s probing into the hidden wellsprings of human behavior, Eliot’s borrowings from anthropology, Joyce’s new rhetoric, Diaghilev’s eclecticism, Picasso’s ventures in cubism and classicism---not to mention the Treaty of Versailles, Prohibition, jazz, free love, free spending, gang violence, false prosperity, the crash, and the depression. These factors also helped shape a style capable of evoking passion and tenderness, anger and laughter, and every intermediate shade of feeling---a style demanding the creative effort of readers. Genius of Place takes all this into account while seeking to determine what is likely to endure and reward future readers of works like “Carcassonne” and The Sound and the Fury, the Snopes trilogy and As I Lay Dying, “Dry September” and Sanctuary.

Bow Bells

Entering the hall , however , die that she did not think herself a great actress .
sistible , and the effect was greatly owing to saw several persons already in the
parlours . He “ Had Henderson ... They don't care nothing of tenderness . But it is
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You Know Me Al

I says Your club would look like a sucker after I had worked against them a few
times and he says May be thats right to because they would not know how to hit
against a regular pitcher after that . Then he says But I dont care nothing a bout
that ...

Author: Ring Lardner

Publisher: Barnes & Noble Publishing

ISBN: 9780760758335

Category: Baseball players

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Ring Lardner, America's great humorist and shortstory writer, began his career as a sports writer. Because of his interest in baseball, he began putting stories in his newspaper column that were purportedly written by unlettered athletes. Lardner, who had an excellent ear for dialogue, actually wrote these stories in the voice of the fictional rookie ballplayer Jack Keefe, a White Sox pitcher, who writes letters to his friend Al Blanchard back home in Bedford, Indiana. Several streams of American comic tradition merge in You Know Me Al: the comic letter, the wisecrack, the braggart character, the use of sporting vocabulary and fractured English as a means to apologetics. This collection of short stories revealed Lardner's talent for the sports idiom he made famous. Usually cynical and pessimistic, his stories are peopled by ordinary characters. Lardner often used his own experiences as the model or inspiration for the fiction he wrote.

The Hamlet

Author: Noel Polk

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Public Discussion of the Issues Between the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the Church of Christ Disciples

Bring anything against that it you can . days use those persons for certain unim“
As for anything else I don ' t care it the ... For such purposes he chose a " I care
nothing about that , for I never embrace any Noah , an Abraham , a Moses , an ...

Author: Edmund Levi Kelley

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The pot and Kettle

Sa - ay , ” he drawled , " if you'll take my advice , you won't marry none o ' them
city fellars . " Sue did not want to give any encouragement . So as a possible
diversion she ... I guess it don't matter much . I don't care none about her , anyway
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American Jewish History

Sam knew what was goin ' on and didn't mind , and so did you . Besides , all you
Jews are interested in is gettin ' money in any way you can . You people don't
care none if you have to hurt gettin ' it . All that sympathy and good talk was just ...

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American Jewish History is the official publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, the oldest national ethnic historical organization in the United States. AJH focuses on every aspect of the American Jewish experience.

All the Year Round

to all the family honours of the Germains , care nothing about your brother and
his had suddenly burst upon him , twelve ... dignity ; pared to believe all evil
things of people but not that she should become a joke to of whom he knew
nothing .

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