It could not be rescued. This doesn't even make any sense. She might've also lost count of flour. This was going to be my dinner. I don't know what I'm doing anymore.
Other: Internet is kind of sporadic. This isn't the best router in the world.
I asked on one of the relatively conservative sites I hang out at whether part of the reason they have their guns is because they might have to use them against the government or police, and under what circumstances they would do so. I thought I'd ask because it's kind of an undercurrent of a lot of rhetoric and I kind of want to see it explicitly addressed.
Somewhat inspired by the discussion with LaPierre in the Senate.
I'm also curious about the "registration leads to confiscation" idea. I suppose registration historically precedes confiscation, but this is generally because most civilized nations register guns and most civilized nations have confiscated most civilian guns. You can't have registration after confiscation.
So anyway the professor of one of my classes keeps going to the hot water pot in the lounge to make tea at the same time as me. He keeps trying to get me to try his tea (PG Tips) that he keeps there, and I feel like it's awkward to refuse but I like mine more.
Sen Chuck Grassley (R-IA), whom I generally disagree with, did something I agree with today: he sent a letter, along with a Democrat senator, asking why nobody from Wall Street has been prosecuted.
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