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They don't always kill the animal. It's usually if they know there have been repeated attacks in the area or if there's something wrong with the animal that would prevent it from safely being left alone that they'll kill it.
Anyways, if you think of us as being wild animals and think of our neighborhoods as being dens, it makes a metric fuckton of sense why our natural response to a threat so close to where we sleep, screw, and eat would be to kill it. You don't see lions entering peace talks with the other wildlife when things get hairy.
As long as I'm not in a bad mood, I'll find good in most everything. But when I'm in a bad mood, you best be playing some good shit.
1. The two are nonanalogous.
Well, my parents arent snoopy at all but they're controlling. They don't know i drink regularly, and have the occassional smoke. They're always asking what I am doing and what time I'm gonna be back its frustrating to keep with their rules. I'm 19, i just need more freedom to go out later and have freedom when i go out, anyone have any ideas on how they made their parents "set them free"? without going to too much extremes cause i live with them and they pay for my education.
He clearly meant that the robber swallowed his pride.
Hi TS. I've never heard of the band Metallica (I don't listen to very much underground music haha sorry!). Could you please show me some songs?
I don't have an internship but I do have a job. It took quite a while for me to get a job after graduating because of the poor job market, but I got one eventually. I've also seen a couple from my uni and course who seemed to find the same job quicker than I did!
I love the job though, very interesting stuff, and much easier to enjoy than uni work so far. I've only been working for a month and a half though.
I stubbed my toe this morning and I only cried for 20 minutes.
EDIT: DAMNWTFAEGH beat to it.
I blame the fact I had to google to remember the exactly value of minutes.
EDIT2: And I still got the quote wrong...
Ah well it's been a few years.
Read this with a critical eye, and tell me that it isn't ackwardly worded, and hard to follow.
I disagree. It sounds robust, dramatic and inspiring.