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DragonClaw

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Dam, they wanna raise my rent next month to $1,600/mo (granted its $1,500 right now so it's not a huge increase but still!) 🤬

Maybe I should Google "How to get a condo"...
I'd been thinking about this. 800$ rent is out of my price range I think.

Also, if you get a condo and there's a loan or anything tied to it (or even in general), make sure you check

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RocketMedic

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Yey for conservation of life! Mr. Bird thanks you
 

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So this baby was born a few years ago at one of the local hospitals, ended up being a C-section.
The poor fella was born without eyelids, At the time, there was a special procedure that could be done where they used a portion of the foreskin and invert or do something to make a temporary eyelid. Well it worked!
Except now the kid is a bit cock eyed...
 

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Well I've been going hunting with my dad since I was 5 and I have been bowhunting since I was 12.
Oh, I'm a hunter. Every year. I've killed animals and eaten their flesh.

That's why conservation is so important to me. As a hunter, I see the natural order of things, so I try and keep that balance.
 

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Man, in the past 2 weeks, we've had 2 ambulances struck by suspected drunk drivers. One AMR, and a City&County EMS unit. Both ambulances were transporting patients at the time. AMR was transporting Non-Emergency when the car ran a red light, and the C&C EMS unit was transporting Emergency mode.


 

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Man, in the past 2 weeks, we've had 2 ambulances struck by suspected drunk drivers. One AMR, and a City&County EMS unit. Both ambulances were transporting patients at the time. AMR was transporting Non-Emergency when the car ran a red light, and the C&C EMS unit was transporting Emergency mode.


EMT laughed when I put on my seatbelt on my clinicals. I'd seen too many EMS one and news articles to not.

I'd be the one to just break my neck in the event of a crash.
 

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It's 9/11 and I can't but help to feel out of place. Too young to remember anything, old enough to be angered and heartbroken.

I just read like a dozen children of fallen first responders from 9/11 are joining FDNY.

Good to see some kept their promise of never forgetting.
 

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It's 9/11 and I can't but help to feel out of place. Too young to remember anything, old enough to be angered and heartbroken.

I just read like a dozen children of fallen first responders from 9/11 are joining FDNY.

Good to see some kept their promise of never forgetting.
Honestly? Jim Wright sums up my opinion of the 9/11 ritual:http://www.stonekettle.com/2019/09/scabs.html

It really sucks to realize that the goals of the terrorists were 110% accomplished and their supporters and leaders actually won quite handily.
 

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"When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping." - Attributed to Mr. Rogers
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