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Interactive video lesson plan for: Is All Fair In Love And War?

Activity overview:
**The song at the end is “Infinite Cities” performed by The Bright Light Social Hour off of the album Space Is Still the Place courtesy of Frenchkiss Records:"

Thanks to @atomcrafter on twitter for asking about pencil lead!


Rules of war video form the Red Cross:

Don Quixote quote:

Mook Chivalry:

Environmental Convention:

Operation Popeye:

the actual text of the Geneva Convention about perfidy is here:

Rules of War links:

Some remaining laws concerning love (marriage):

undercover police can use fraudulent relationships:

Spousal Privilege:

Other privileges:

Homo Sapiens: *"homo" is related to "humus," though "human" more directly comes from "humus." "homo" means man/man-of-the-Earth


Tagged under: love war, fair,love,war,fight,broken heart,broken bones,law,court,geneva convention,rules war,laws war

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