celticrose

celticrose


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The stairs in India 3 comments
celticrose · 2 hours ago
It would have the same outcome either way if I tried.
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It's amazing what a filter (and a hairstyle) can do 6 comments
celticrose · 3 hours ago
Yes, rather than a SLIGHTLY more colorful Batman
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Small demons 23 comments
celticrose · 4 hours ago
Definitely
Small demons 23 comments
celticrose · 13 hours ago
Any neighborhood or apartment complex would demand it be put down. But small dogs they just shrug off
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 15 hours ago
Not necessarily because states have autonomy, just as some states have legalized marijuana and prostitution. It depends on the specific strictures by state, such as what the legal age is per state. A federal law is more like an outline and states determine the specifics of what defines that law.
Poor dude 7 comments
celticrose · 19 hours ago
I'm with @frostbite. My guess is she's cheating and didn't want to be seen with the guts arm around her.
Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 19 hours ago
I specifically said they had to have parents permission and the parents had to give signed consent. How does that differ from what you just said? The point being that a 17 year old can own a firearm. And, returning to the original point of this thread, parents aren't culpable for keeping guns away from a 17 year old. That law is specifically for anyone younger that 17.
Don't you fry no more 4 comments
celticrose · 21 hours ago
But what about PIE
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Thor the transvestite 9 comments
celticrose · 21 hours ago
Its in the second Magnus Chase book.
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 21 hours ago
Did you read the article you posted?
"Minors may also purchase weapons if they can provide for written permission by their parent or legal guardian." Its right there.
FYI, my brother is a federal attorney, that's where I get my information from.
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
This most recent one actually said he didn't it because he wanted to be famous. Thankfully he was inept and didn't know what he was doing while making the bombs or it could have been much worse
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
No, he doesn't. He wanted fame and now he has it. He's shown no remorse
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Obviously you are the one uninformed. Read up on the laws in Texas.
FYI, concealed carry/carrying a gun isn't the same as purchasing a gun. It is also dependent on the type of gun.
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Well played 36 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
I think that is the worst level of selfish, forcing a pet, or worse baby, into a diet that cannot sustain them just so the owner/parent cam feel self righteous.
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Ugly truth 4 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
It was the other way around in my case. He expected me to completely change but got indignant if I asked for any concession from him.
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Again I say, legally he could have access to the gun because he is 17. Hell, he could have bought one himself with a note from his parents. One of the main reasons for having guns in a home is self defense, so why wouldn't you tell your LEGAL AGE son how to get the gun in case of an emergency? But AGAIN, we don't know the circumstances in the home, we don't how he got the guns or how they were secured.
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Maybe this is truly an unpopular opinion 6 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Unfortunately it can be a sign of a much more disturbing condition where they will begin CAUSING the symptoms/illnesses because they are addicted to the attention.
Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Are you being intentionally obtuse? A) I didn't say his parents weren't at fault, at least partially. B) I also didn't say they gave him the combo, I just disputed that bad to be some kind of cat burglar to gain access. He could have easily figured it out in a number of ways, not the least of which is if he'd just watched his father open it. Teenagers are idiots, they tend to be incredibly resourceful when they want to. And no, that isn't a sign of a shitty parent. The guy was 17 years old, almost a legal adult. Also, just in case you are unaware, in Texas 17 isn't considered a minor when it comes to having access to guns. That doesn't mean they can own them, but parents aren't necessarily liable for them getting ahold of one in the home.
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
A 17 year old could easily get into a gun safe, especially if they knew the combination or where the key is. He was 17, not 7.
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Everytime I see his face pop up on my newsfeed I comment this. The reason they commit these crimes is because they want to be famous and as long as the media and public accommodate them, it will keep happening
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Honestly though 32 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Not accessories, unless they were aware of the intent. What they should be charged with is criminal negligence. And the guns used in this shooting aren't those that are ever going to get banned, no chance.
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Thor the transvestite 9 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Despite Loki being the one that routinely swapped genders.
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Well played 36 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Most are sharper than that. And the front teeth are thinner than an herbivore because they are for tearing, as in meat, not grinding plants.
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Maybe this is truly an unpopular opinion 6 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
So is taking you kids to the hospital for every cough and stomach bug so you can post pitiful pictures online for attention
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Small demons 23 comments
celticrose · 2 days ago
I've never met a nice, or even nonaggressive fur maraca. There's one is my apartment complex that goes after every kid it sees, its the only animal I've ever kicked because it went after my daughter in her stroller. It even tries to go after my dog when she's on the patio. I would say I wish it would actually make it over the wall, but I doubt mine would give it what it deserved unless it was actually threatening my daughter or me. Damn well behaved pittie.
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