Thursdayftw138 karma2013-06-17 15:17:19 UTC
Don't ask if someone is gay, don't tell someone if you're gay
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Thursdayftw7 karma2013-08-15 09:26:04 UTC
Illegal doesn't mean wrong. If this is the kind of thing he has to do to MAYBE be able to live a normal life, then the problem lies with the countries. Helping people out always beats the law in my book (as long as they're not going to kill somebody or something)
Thursdayftw7 karma2013-06-18 14:41:29 UTC
Not going to lie and say I'm not guilty of being lazy when I could have really done loads better (as in 3.7 with just a little bit of work) but instead ended up with a 2.2 only because my dad pushed me to pass. I've caused quite a bit of stress for my mom and dad and even my teachers. Cheating, on the other hand, I hadn't done since 6th grade or earlier. If something is an evaluation of me, it's dishonest to use someone's answers that aren't mine
Thursdayftw6 karma2013-07-01 06:37:24 UTC
He said that shifts of his providers overlap. It's in a 24 hour period that a total of 30.5 hours are used for caretaking.. If two people work 22 hour shifts at the same time in a 24 hour period, that's 44 hours a day
Thursdayftw5 karma2012-12-31 09:22:13 UTC
America is a terrible place to serve time in. It's terrible. Sweden focuses on prisoner rehabilitation and education. The point is to come out a better person than you went in. In America, you come out much, much worse than you went in. This contributes to quite a lot of repeat offenders
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