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  1. Jun 2021
    1. Luisa: Her mother, I remember one time she's driving me home, and she asks extremely aggressively if I am illegal or not. And I remember being scared like a deer in the headlights. “No, I'm not. I'm not.” I was so scared of this mostly because one of my uncles saw somebody—an ex-girlfriend, I think it was, pretty much accused him of being illegal. He was deported and we had this huge thing in our heads that if somebody knew we were illegal, we were going to be deported and ripped away from everything that we knew. So I was not allowed to tell anyone.Luisa: To this day, none of my friends know that I had no papers. None of them. That's saying a lot because [Chuckles]—

      Time in the US, Homelife, Keeping Secrets; Time in the US, Discrimination/ Stigmatization

  2. Jul 2020
  3. Sep 2013
    1. When Polus was speaking of the conventionally dishonourable, you assailed him from the point of view of nature; for by the rule of nature,

      Accused Socrates of tricking Polus by shifting his position in order to trip him up. Basically saying that he sees through Socrates' game and questioning his character.