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Post Reply Hmm whats in your mind right now?
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Thinking about if its time I should sleep or not...
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50 / Bite the pillow.
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Ah, drinking coffee on an empty stomach. It's like a warm cup of rust.
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mechanisation...eww homework
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73 / F / GDragon's bedroom...
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How I already miss football<3 sigh ~
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I should bath *sniff-sniff* ... yep.
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More Snow Tonight!? :O
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19 / F / NOT under your bed
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Boobs. Really, no joke.
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50 / Bite the pillow.
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Uncorrelated random variables are not necessarily independent.
Posted 2/4/14 , edited 2/4/14
That I want this for a few minutes, and that I would never ask for such a thing. Sigh.

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Caterpillars.
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How much it pisses me off when people say that children/teens shouldn't/can't take personal responsibility, and that it's always the parent's fault. I sure as hell had a mind of my own as a child, and wasn't some mindless puppet. I'm currently watching an episode of Dr. Phil about a girl who tried to have her family assassinated in 2008, when she was 16. Only her father survived. Her mother and two younger brothers died brutally. The recording of her saying that she thought the aftermath was awesome makes me sick. With the "Slapping a Girl" thread bringing up parental rights, the story of Erin Caffey is a harsh reminder of how horrible children can be.

http://www.drphil.com/shows/show/2169/
Posted 2/4/14 , edited 2/4/14

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How much it pisses me off when people say that children/teens shouldn't/can't take personal responsibility, and that it's always the parent's fault. I sure as hell had a mind of my own as a child, and wasn't some mindless puppet. I'm currently watching an episode of Dr. Phil about a girl who tried to have her family assassinated in 2008, when she was 16. Only her father survived. Her mother and two younger brothers died brutally. The recording of her saying that she thought the aftermath was awesome makes me sick. With the "Slapping a Girl" thread bringing up parental rights, the story of Erin Caffey is a harsh reminder of how horrible children can be.

http://www.drphil.com/shows/show/2169/


Blame those video games..wait, media in general
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Posted 2/4/14
Right now I'm in college in the computer lab... I'm thinking of going home, listening to music, playing a video game or something.
I don't know. I'm just bored... Still got to get home and do some homework. Sucks!!!!
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Oh what to do on a rainy day...
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