Dating folk married
I mean, if you have a problem with strangers, marrying one might not be the best strategy for your life. We’re here today to speak about something entirely different.While the show is about love, marriage and the conflict that can arise within them, the discussion around Shawniece has been about appearance, specifically hair.To painting to the left is of Charles II, king of Spain, the last of the Spanish Hapsburgs, and an imbecile whose premature death at the age of 39 ushered in a period of dynastic chaos which led to the War of Spanish Succession These conflicts between France and other European powers were one of those turning points in history, a sad capstone to the long reign of the Sun King, Louis the XIV.France’s position as the unchallenged power of Europe ended due to the fiscal and military overextension necessitated by Louis’ war to secure the Spanish throne for his grandson.Continue This year, the Black folk are Jephte and Shawniece.
I can’t help but feeling like this is yet another example of women going out of their way to absolve men of guilt or fault in a relationship, no matter how they behave, and attribute the union’s failings solely to the woman.
The comments about her hair have been so prevalent that Shawniece eventually responded to them, in a series of very classy tweets. She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website No Sugar No Cream Mag.
The Hapsburgs are one of those royal families who are relatively well known, and in the minds of the public are to a great extent the emblems of the downsides of inbreeding.
But this a story of genetics as well as history, because historians have long assumed impressionistically that there was something rotten in the gene pool of the Spanish Hapsburgs.
Here is an excerpt from an online biography of Charles II: The Habsburg King Carlos II of Spain was sadly degenerated with an enormous misshapen head.
Her husband keeps reminding her that she’s a stranger, that he doesn’t know her.