Two bands, Teazer, and Social Disease
, will be perfoming on the night and there will be a raffle and a rock diso.
Past experience has shown that legal restraint remains the only effective antidote to this social disease
As much as we would like to brush it away or hide it in the closet, crime is a social disease
Prudery, the double standard, and misplaced sex antagonism all contributed to the social disease
I honestly believe that this is what it's going to take before any positive action is taken to clear our area of this social disease
Critics see state-sponsored lotteries as a major social disease
that does not serve the public interest because compulsive gamblers are more likely to engage in illegal activities such as writing bad checks, reckless driving, or embezzlement.
Socially, the white flash was a babe magnet, and a rumour soon circulated around Toronto that a white flash indicated that an airman had a social disease
Are books like "Why People Buy Things They Don't Need" (real) and "When Good People Buy Bad Things" (not realwe think) hitting the mark and identifying a new social disease
afflicting the American people?
In this state, Turpin continues, "There's no possibility of communicating with anybody, so there's no possible social disease
10) In this Victorian edition of Safe Counsel, men are dealt with symptomatically (what to do if you contract a social disease
or how and why to stop masturbating), while women are approached preventively (how to attract a husband with enough character that he would never pass on a social disease
This is a powerful disease and with that in mind I believe there must be a solution to this very big social disease
If cynicism is our leading social disease
(one in which the elites promiscuously traffic, because they can buy insulation from its consequences), skepticism is a main ingredient of any social vaccine.