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  1. Zhoniin finally responded to my question, but he butchered the spelling and pronunciation of my name. Oh well. You can find it here.

    I wonder where my channel is headed, to be honest.

  2. Not looking forward to today’s trip.

    My only hope is that the organization I have grown to dislike does not ask me for help with their ceremony this weekend.

  3. Not looking forward to today’s trip.

    My only hope is that the organization I have grown to dislike does not ask me for help with their ceremony this weekend.

  4. Not looking forward to today’s trip.

    My only hope is that the organization I have grown to dislike does not ask me for help with their ceremony this weekend.

  5. Spring edition Kombucha 😍The normal kombucha flavors I get usually revolve around apple. I’ve never had a flowery tasting Kombucha ~ it’s so good 5E815C07-4D47-400F-94A8-0E08B2E6F7AC.thumb.jpeg.2e3bdedba7f48c3e9b777ecfbc3c166e.jpeg

  6. US History/Constitution question (kinda long and probably boring for most).

    I was wondering something about becoming US President. In the constitution it says "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President"
    Natural born is more or less clear to me (born on US soil or to US father/parents I assume). I also suppose that the "or a Citizen of the United States" and "at the time of the Adoption" refer to each other. But, given that there is a comma (and I'm not familiar with the comma rules of 18th century English, but I am with the current ones), to me it seems ambiguous. 
    What was meant and most people interpret, I assume, is that it was a clause denoting the non-slaves/Indians in British colonies in parts of North America, since no one could have been  a natural born US citizen.

    But couldn't you argue that the reference of the "at the time of Adoption" clause is ambiguous and therefore enable a non-natural born US citizen to become president?

  7. US History/Constitution question (kinda long and probably boring for most).

    I was wondering something about becoming US President. In the constitution it says "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President"
    Natural born is more or less clear to me (born on US soil or to US father/parents I assume). I also suppose that the "or a Citizen of the United States" and "at the time of the Adoption" refer to each other. But, given that there is a comma (and I'm not familiar with the comma rules of 18th century English, but I am with the current ones), to me it seems ambiguous. 
    What was meant and most people interpret, I assume, is that it was a clause denoting the non-slaves/Indians in British colonies in parts of North America, since no one could have been  a natural born US citizen.

    But couldn't you argue that the reference of the "at the time of Adoption" clause is ambiguous and therefore enable a non-natural born US citizen to become president?

  8. This.  So much this...

     

  9. This.  So much this...

     

  10. Probably no one remembers me, but I thought to stop by. :)

  11. forgot what i was gonna

     

    oh wait i remember now,

    that feel when, a student knows how to extract blood better than a doctor

    tfw a patient thinks a doctor's are better in extracting blood, than med techs

    i find this relatively funny >.>...

    i mean, to be honest, some nurses/doctors actually, lowkey dont know how to extract blood from patient, they know other stuff, like diagnosing the disease, but extraction is, kind of hard for them ?

     

    unless that specific doctor studied extraction atleast, but from my time in the hospital, some of those doctors aint really a professional in extraction of blood

     

    major respect for those doctors that have "RMT, MD." in their names tho', that generally means they are doctors, and a registered scientist >.>

    in which case, that also means they are hella professional in blood extraction, aside from being able to diagnose disease's

     

  12. forgot what i was gonna

     

    oh wait i remember now,

    that feel when, a student knows how to extract blood better than a doctor

    tfw a patient thinks a doctor's are better in extracting blood, than med techs

    i find this relatively funny >.>...

    i mean, to be honest, some nurses/doctors actually, lowkey dont know how to extract blood from patient, they know other stuff, like diagnosing the disease, but extraction is, kind of hard for them ?

     

    unless that specific doctor studied extraction atleast, but from my time in the hospital, some of those doctors aint really a professional in extraction of blood

     

    major respect for those doctors that have "RMT, MD." in their names tho', that generally means they are doctors, and a registered scientist >.>

    in which case, that also means they are hella professional in blood extraction, aside from being able to diagnose disease's

     

  13. forgot what i was gonna

     

    oh wait i remember now,

    that feel when, a student knows how to extract blood better than a doctor

    tfw a patient thinks a doctor's are better in extracting blood, than med techs

    i find this relatively funny >.>...

    i mean, to be honest, some nurses/doctors actually, lowkey dont know how to extract blood from patient, they know other stuff, like diagnosing the disease, but extraction is, kind of hard for them ?

     

    unless that specific doctor studied extraction atleast, but from my time in the hospital, some of those doctors aint really a professional in extraction of blood

     

    major respect for those doctors that have "RMT, MD." in their names tho', that generally means they are doctors, and a registered scientist >.>

    in which case, that also means they are hella professional in blood extraction, aside from being able to diagnose disease's

     

  14. well i found out that i'm having a baby girl

  15. What a week.  Went by like it was a couple hours.  Never enough time and always too much to do.  Looking back, it is hard to believe only a week has gone by.

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    Me when the hubby tells me he saw last weeks episode of TWD. I sent him this little gif of me. 

  17. EE40DC2D-819F-46D4-8B39-A5FEB9739AA5.gif.636b0a7cce4f62b650be940f0ccd9dac.gif

    Me when the hubby tells me he saw last weeks episode of TWD. I sent him this little gif of me. 

  18. RIP Stan Lee! : (

  19. Hey everyone!♡

    My name is Libi

    Im from Israel and im 13 years old

    My dream is to make a lot of friends from the world so I would like to be ur friend, just send me a message!.

    Btw im prety bad in english so im realy sorry if sometimes i get wrong):

  20. :'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(

    Since Funimation left their partnership with Crunchyroll, I can no longer watch Code Geass on there......nor can I finish Three Leaves, Three Colors.......

    A sad day.

  21. After several months of disappointment, I can finally report that my mission to fill myself up with baby has been a success! Feel like crap but I'm so happy! lol

  22. After several months of disappointment, I can finally report that my mission to fill myself up with baby has been a success! Feel like crap but I'm so happy! lol

  23. Got my EDL shirt!  24 days to go!

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