She categorized them on her ad hominem blog, in a post titled “Beware the Female Big Law Partner.”First was the “aggressive bitch”—a certain kind of high-ranking woman at the firm where she worked who didn’t think twice about “verbally assaulting anyone.” When one such partner’s name appeared on caller-out ID, Shannon told me, “we would just freak out.”Next was the two-faced “passive-aggressive bitch,” whose “subtle, semi-rude emails” hinted that “you rattling shouldn’t leave before .” She was arguably worse than the offensive bitch, because you might never know where you stand. ultimate but not least, the “tuned-out, indifferent bitch,” Shannon wrote, “is so busy, both with work and family, that they don’t have time for anything … This partner is not hard to be mean, but hey, they got assignments at midnight once they were associates.
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This fact presents a broad overview of denizen history, from the end of the Roman empire to the present day, rough from the fifth 100 to the twentieth century. This is, of course, a somewhat arbitrary period, but not a wholly unuseful one. Though archaeological evidence shows a Europe of continuous village play tens of thousands of years, the evidence for the political and sociological ordering of these communities is rare if not completely absent.